SOMEONE TO TALK TO
Are you unsure if you've been a victim of a hate crime, or whether or not you should file a report with the police? Or do you just need someone to talk to? Then check out our list and choose the organization that suits your needs the best. Remember, the first step is to talk to someone, and there's no shame in reaching out for help. All counseling services are anonymous, and they're here to listen.
General counseling and support for LGBTQI+ people
Counseling hotline: 86 13 19 48 (Thursdays 6 PM - 8 PM)
Lev Uden Vold (Live without Violence)
Support and crisis counseling for victims of violence
Hotline: 1888 (open 24/7)
Offerrådgivningen Danmark (Victim Counseling Denmark)
Trauma counseling and guides for reporting violence
National hotline: 72 21 72 21 (open 24/7)
Find your local chapter here.
General counseling and support for minority ethnic LGBTQI+ people
Counseling hotline: 33 23 20 00 (Thursdays 6 PM - 8 PM)
A social project for youths, aged 25 years or younger, who don't conform to norms of gender and/or sexuality, and who want to meet other LGBTQI+ youths.
Read more, and check out if there's a local chapter in your city here.
More information on how to report a hate crime to the police here.