There are a lot of different ways that we can help survivors of sexual violence.
Want to talk?
If you need someone to talk to, we're here to help. We welcome anyone who is affected by sexual violence and all supporters to get in touch.
Want to find out how we can help?
Find out what we offer, what you can expect of us and how we can support you.
Are you thinking about reporting to the police?
Our advocacy service is available to anyone (aged 13 and over) who has experience rape, sexual assault or childhood sexual abuse and who has reported to the police or who is considering reporting to the police.
Have you recently been raped or sexually assaulted?
We can help you cope with the immediate shock of what has happened and think about what you might want to do next.
Are you the friend or family member of someone who has been affected by sexual violence?
Our centre can provide you with sessions to help you support your loved one and get some space and time for yourself.
In this section
- Get support
- Want to talk?
- How our support service works
- Reporting to the police
- How reporting sexual violence to the police works
- How the criminal justice system works
- Evidence in sexual assault cases
- Claiming compensation
- Glossary of legal terms
- Support for recent rape or sexual assault
- Support for friends and family
Speak to us
We want to hear from you. Phone us on 01786 439244 or email us.