Cardiff Met Student Services


If you have been the victim of sexual violence or abuse, or feel you are at risk please contact the Wellbeing Service for support and further information.

Please complete our Wellbeing Triage form to access an appointment with an advisor - MetHub ( or you can e-mail for general advice.

If you would like to report an incident on behalf of a fellow Cardiff Met student or request support for them please complete our Cause for Concern referral form - MetHub (



RISE can help with practical issues to keep you and your family safe. This may include securing your existing home or helping you to access an alternative safe place to stay.

If you are looking for support you can contact the service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The service can provide the support you need face to face, on the phone, or via online chat through their website.

You can also contact RISE if you are a professional seeking advice or want to refer someone.
Telephone: 0292 046 0566


Live Fear Free Helpline


The Live Fear Free helpline is a free 24hr bilingual service that operates across Wales. Funded by Welsh Government and available to anyone who is affected by abuse.

The helpline can provide advice and support to those directly affected, friends and family members who are concerned about someone, employers and other professionals.

Telephone: 0808 80 10 800

Male Victims


If you are a man experiencing domestic abuse and/or sexual violence you can also use the RISE service (listed above).

You can also contact the Dyn Project which provides confidential advice and support services for men in Cardiff who have experienced domestic abuse.



Sexual Violence


‘Ynys Saff’ or ‘Safe Island’ is the region’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) where a range of specially trained, experienced professionals provide help, support and advice to men, women, children and young people, following a sexual assault.They are based at the Cardiff Royal Infirmary.

Telephone: 029 2033 5795.

New Pathways is a non- judgemental service that provides counselling support for those who have experienced trauma, particularly from rape or sexual abuse.

Telephone: 0168 537 9310

Met Central


Further resources provided by the University

Website: Met Central Link