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About Sikh Helpline

With the eternal blessings of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji,  the Sikh Helpline, has over 20 years developed itself to be the primary point of contact for members of the Sikh community in dealing with a range of issues. We are a registered charity and have branches across the UK, including Birmingham, Leicester, London and Bradford.


The Sikh Helpline (SHL) is a registered charity and works independently according to its own policies and mission statement. The helpline offers a free and confidential helpline service to those in need, regardless of whether the caller is of a Sikh background or not. Our service is one of listening and has developed expertise in dealing with cases covering, among many others:

  • Domestic abuse (sexual, physical or emotional)
  • Child abuse (sexual, physical or emotional)
  • Bullying
  • Kakaar issues at school
  • Relationship issues
  • Substance abuse (including drugs and alcohol)
  • Depression and mental health issues.

SHL receives many calls from women and children who are suffering from domestic violence and abuse.


Sikh Helpline is able to assist them by:

  • Offering family mediation and support; (To work with families to overcome cultural shame and barriers)
  • Supporting victims through counselling;
  • Mindfulness based intervention for depression, anxiety, anger management and substance abuse;
  • Self-development and empowerment based support;
  • Identify safe houses where necessary; and
  • Sign posting to external reputable support services where appropriate.

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The Sikh Helpline  has a strong track record of initiating and developing public awareness campaigns on issues including domestic abuse, substance abuse and sexual grooming. These campaigns have involved creating and distributing multimedia resources, posters, information leaflets and hosting presentations and workshops across Gurdwaras, Universities, schools and other public forums in order to raise awareness of the subject and hand and discuss prevention/reduction methods. We are working hard to break down cultural barriers to people seeking the help they need. 


The Sikh Help Line was established to address these pressing issues and there have been many success stories to date.




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Contact us for help!
Call: 0845 644 0704 / 07999 00 4363

The Sikh Helpline

86 Birmingham St,
Oldbury, West Midlands,
B69 4EB, U.K.

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Our Other Activities...


  • Chaplaincy services
  • Informational videos and DVD's
  • Educational media projects
  • Summer Youth Camps
  • Gurmat classes
  • Interfaith seminars
  • School projects on Sikhism(R.E.)
  • School/private visits to the Gurdwara
  • Music Classes
  • Online promotion of Sikh values
  • Youth Camps
  • Sports
  • Computer Appreciation
  • Awareness Seminars
  • Education
  • School Liasing


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I shall remember forever and will never forget.

Monday: my money was taken.
Tuesday: names called.
Wednesday: my uniform torn.
Thursday: my body pouring with blood.
Friday: it's ended.
Saturday: freedom.

flowersThe final diary pages of 13-year-old Vijay Singh who was being bullied. He was found hanging from the banister rail at his home on Sunday.

This doesn't need to happen to you. Contact us for help! Call these numbers:

0845 644 0704 /
07999 00 4364


Bullying in schools is a growing problem nationwide. You don't have to suffer in silence if you are being bullied. If you are a parent of a child who is being bullied, take action now. The Sikh Helpline has handled several cases with successful outcomes. Contact us if you need help.

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86 Birmingham St,
Oldbury, West Midlands,
B69 4EB, U.K.

0845 644 0704

07999 004 363


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