Rape Crisis

IF YOU'VE JUST BEEN RAPED OR ASSAULTED

However you are feeling, try to remember that this is not your fault, you are not to blame, and you are not alone. 

 

  • Try to be somewhere that feels safe.
  • You might be in shock, so try to keep warm.
  • See if a friend or someone you trust can be with you.
  • Talk to someone about what has happened. If you don't feel like talking to a friend or family member yet, contact your nearest Rape Crisis Centre.

If you need urgent medical care or attention, call 999 (or 112 from a mobile) and ask for an ambulance, or go straight to your nearest Accident & Emergency department. Find more health information that might be helpful here.

 

Find more information about Sexual Assault Referral Centres (or SARCs) here.

 

Or if you're thinking of reporting to the police, find more information here.