Online Resources


Links & Resources

Young People

Muslim Youth Helpline (
Muslim Youth Helpline (MYH) is a registered charity that provides faith and culturally sensitive support services to Muslim youth in the UK. Our core services are a free and confidential Helpline service run by young Muslim volunteers, and an online support service called

Established in 1963, FOSIS stands for the Federation of Student Islamic Societies, a body that caters for the needs of Muslim students in further and higher education across the UK and Ireland.

Reporting Islamophabia

In light of recent terror attacks please find below a special issue of our newsletter. It includes some safety tips and advice. It also has advice on how to report Islamophobia should you experience any in the wake of the recent incidnets.

Islamic Counselling

Islamic Counselling Services (
Information about Islamic Counselling services in the UK

Islamic Social Services Association Wales
We at Islamic Social Support Services Association (ISSA) believe the social problems for all of society, Muslims and non-Muslims are alike; the only difference is how they are addressed. Our aim is to help and support members of the community through the services we provide.

Sakoon Counselling Services (LONDON BASED)
Sakoon is an Islamic counselling organisation run by professionals who offer a professional and confidential service to all their clients. Our practice is based in East, West London and now Manchester we are able to offer some services over the phone.

Forced Marriage

Forced Mariage Helpline (
Karma Nirvana is a registered Charity that supports victims and survivors of forced marriage and honour based abuse. The words Karma Nirvana simply mean ‘Peace and Enlightenment’ as we hope our victims will achieve this through our work

Forced Marriage Unit
If you are worried you might be forced into marriage or are worried about a friend or relative see information for victims, or call us on 0207 008 0151.

Freedom Charity (
Freedom Charity was established to save the lives of vulnerable children and young people who are at risk of, or are subjected to violent crimes, dishonour-based violence and forced marriages throughout the UK.


Muslim Community Helpline (
The Muslim Community Helpline has been in operation since March 2007 and aims to provide a listening and emotional support service for members of the community in the United Kingdom. Prior to its launch, members of the group worked for 19 years founding and running the Muslim Women’s Helpline.

The service operates Monday to Friday 10 am to 1 pm. Members also give talks, participate in consultations, train and contribute expertise and insights gained from their experience.

Drugs Counselling

Nilaari (
Nilaari Agency is a community based drug treatment provider that delivers accessible, high quality and culturally appropriate counselling, advocacy and support primarily to Black Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) adults and young people in Bristol who are involved in or at risk of misusing drugs and alcohol. However, anyone in need can access our services.

Bristol Drugs Project (
The principal activity of Bristol Drugs Project is to reduce drug and alcohol-related harm; our mission statement reflects our emphasis on changing behaviour.

Information Booklet

Muslims in Bristol & Britain

This booklet aims to inform a range of audiences about Islam and Muslims in Bristol and Britain – including professionals, educators, practitioners, journalists and interested readers. It is based on details derived from the Qur’an and other theological sources, research and analysis, and local information.

Free Islamic Educational Magazine

The Message

Bristols very own home grown Islamic Educational Magazine. Articles on a wide variety of topics in an easy to read and digest format