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Contact us by telephone:
01685 379 310
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Access our services:
Telephone us:
01685 379 310
Email us:
Access our services:

No matter how long ago it happened - weeks, months or years - you are not alone.

Wellbeing Service

Our sexual violence support workers offer support for anyone affected by sexual violence. This includes:

  • Working through positive coping strategies and grounding exercises.
  • Goal setting and working towards recovery.
  • Preparing for counselling.
  • Providing practical support and contacting people on your behalf.

We have created a section to help you to understand whether you have been affected by sexual violence. You can also get in contact with us if you are unsure.

What is sexual violence?

Specialist Counselling

We offer counselling for adults and children. Our counselling can be via video, telephone or face-to-face. You can find out where our offices are here.

All of our counsellors are qualified and registered, have experience in working with trauma, and receive additional training on working with sexual violence. We support 10000 people every year and have been working with people affected by sexual violence for 30 years.

To access counselling, you can refer using our website, you can call us on 01685 379, or a professional can refer on your behalf.

Counselling & Wellbeing

ISVA Support

Our specialist ISVAs (Independent Sexual Violence Advisers) can offer support if you are thinking of reporting to the police, or giving anonymous intelligence. Our ISVAs will talk through your options. Our ISVAs have expert knowledge of the police and criminal justice system and can let you know what to expect.

Our counsellors and sexual violence support workers can make a referral to an ISVA on your behalf, or you can give as us a call on 01685 379 310 to ask for a call-back.

ISVA Support for Past Experiences

Resources and Helplines

We know that trauma from sexual violence can be overwhelming. If you need support with managing nightmares, flashbacks or anxiety, we have resources created by one of our counsellors.

If you are struggling or in crisis, you need immediate mental health support, or you are having thoughts of suicide, please call the CALL 24 Helpline on 0800 132 737.


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