If you need support from (UM) you may contact us via our contact form.

Having problems registering or logging in? - Please see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for those unable to register or log in.

If you are a member of UM, you can also view our support section where there are answers to many of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) our members have.

We also feature here links to our Support Services directory, Police Liaison section, and some of the main support services for sex workers in Northern Ireland.

Police Liaison

PSNI (Police Service of Northern Ireland) Sex Work Liaison Officers (SWLOs) work closely with sex workers to encourage reporting of crime.  Sex workers should find these officers friendly and understanding of sex work.  If you are a victim of crime or concerned about crime, you can choose to contact these officers direct.

Visit our Police Liaison Officers section (only available to logged in members of UM) for full details of the SWLOs including names, phone numbers and email addresses.  You can also contact the PSNI SWLOs by emailing: [email protected]

In an emergency, always call the police on 999 / 112.

Support Services

Visit Support Services Directory for details of  various organisation in Northern Ireland offering support to sex workers.

All the organisations listed in our Support Services directory have agreed they are sex worker friendly organisations, who support the human rights of sex workers, and provide non-judgemental and non-discriminatory services to sex workers.

If you are looking for support in the Republic of Ireland, rather than Northern Ireland, we recommend visiting the Sex Workers Alliance Ireland (SWAI) website.

Rainbow Project Sex Worker Meet Up Poster

The Rainbow Project

Sex Worker Only Meet Ups in Northern Ireland on the 2nd Tuesday of Every Month

Spending time with other sex workers is invaluable and special!

If you are a current or former sex worker come along to our monthly sex positive and non-judgemental meet ups for coffee and chat!

Email [email protected] for confidential information.  Time and location details will be given on an individual basis as we respect privacy.

The Rainbow Project promotes the health and well-being of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and/or Transgender people and their families in Northern Ireland.  It is a sex worker affirming organisation that supports decriminalisation and sex worker rights.  It has offices in Belfast and Derry.  It's services include supporting sex workers to report crime to the police.  A wide range of sexual and other health services are provided.  For more information see the Rainbow Project website.