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We offer free, safe support to all survivors who have experienced any form of sexual abuse at any time in their lives.

For information and options on what to do if you’ve been sexually assaulted click here

See below for all the services we offer

  • Counselling

    You can refer to us on our business line (Mon – Thu: 9:30 – 3pm) or through our Emotional Support Services where our trained staff will be able to support you.

    Counselling is one of the main ways we support and empower women who may be experiencing difficulty in coming to terms with what has happened to them.

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  • ISVA Support

    An ISVA is an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor; a trained specialist who offers non-judgemental, practical and emotional support to survivors of sexual abuse who are thinking of reporting to the police.

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  • Emotional Support Line

    Our confidential, local Emotional Support Line is open for anyone who has been directly or indirectly affected by sexual violence, abuse or domestic violence.

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  • Recovery Toolkits

    We run two Recovery Toolkits – one for domestic violence and the other for sexual violence. The Recovery Toolkit is a 12 week course aims to provide you with all the knowledge you need to recover from the effects of living with domestic abuse of or sexual violence.

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  • Specialist Trauma-Informed Groups

    We offer a range of specialist trauma-informed support groups. These Groups provide a range of additional support to those who have experienced sexual violence or those who support them.

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  • The Keystone Project

    The Keystone Project is a pilot designed and delivered by RSACC to support those with parental/caring responsibilities for children or young people (aged up to 18) who have experienced child sexual abuse

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  • Emotional Support Email

    Our Emotional Support Email provides survivors with the option of contacting us online for support. Once they email us, we will respond within 7 days.  Emailers can access the service as many times as they feel is needed.

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