Yes, you can. People involved in Exit Family Support are people who understand, who have gone through it, former members or people who have worked in a family-supportive environment. We’ve been there and we get it.
We don’t judge and know that people involved in the far-right suffer too. We listen and provide you with ways to engage that don't turn into rows. We believe families, conversation and education are critical to getting people to turn away from extremism.
Yes, they are. We have a duty of care so if anyone tells us about planning or committing an act of violence that will cause harm, then we must report it. We concentrate on supporting you to understand why your loved one has got involved and give you advice on how you can have non-confrontational conversations. Helping you is our priority. Together we can help people get the second chance they deserve.
Yes, we can. We have formers (former members of the far-right) who have been through this themselves and left. We can get formers who have been there and done it to talk to people currently involved. They understand the far-right and know what it is like and what it's like to leave. They can show what life is like after people leave and how people can rebuild their lives. Visit ExitUK.org for more information.
Yes, we do. We provide support over the phone, online and in-person if needed. Each case is different, so we adapt to what is best for you.
We’ll need to chat. The process is different for everyone. We will need to know what help you want and also some information about the individual involved, so we can help them too. To get in touch, please fill in the contact form and send us your contact details.
When you get in touch with our team you don’t have to use your real name if you don’t want to. We’ll get back to you within 24 hours.Talk to us