Free and confidential information, advocacy and support to anyone over 13 in Forth Valley affected by any form of sexual violence.
Our support is for people of all genders (over the age of 13) who have experience any form of sexual violence at any point in their lives
If you are thinking about reporting sexual violence to the police or if you have already done this and want our support, please get in touch with us.
We run a programme in secondary schools which is about preventing sexual violence. It’s a safe way for pupils to talk about sex and relationships.
It may not feel like it, but you are not alone. There are people who want to help.
If you don’t want to speak to someone locally you can phone or email the Rape Crisis Scotland helpline. It’s open every day.
You might not want to talk to anyone for now and that's ok, but there are things that can help. If you go to the information section of our site you can find some ideas to help with common effects of sexual violence and ways to feel better in yourself.
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