Rape Crisis


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Coventry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre Ltd (CRASAC)

Men and women

PO Box 2464, Coventry, West Midlands, CV1 1ZA

Area: West Midlands


Helpline: 02476 277777


Helpline Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday 10am - 2pm, Monday & Thursday 6pm - 8pm

Email: admin@crasac.org.uk

Web: http://www.crasac.org.uk


Phone Number(s)

Office line: 02476 277772


Counselling for any female or male survivor or supporter (eg partner or carer) aged 18+

Group counselling for survivors, and Parent Group

Children & young people; females & males aged 5-18.

Crisis & advocacy (ISVA); females and males aged 11 years and over

Helpline can support anyone in crisis or offer information on other counselling services, including family, supporters and professionals

Male ISVA clients are seen on a Wednesday. There is a women only space in our 1st floor office where the counselling takes place.


Outreach work with schools and communities.

Professional training.

Savana Staffordshire

Men and women

Unit C Metro Business Park, Clough Street, Hanley, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ST1 4AF

Area: West Midlands


Helpline: 01782 433204


Helpline Opening Hours:

This number is a 24 hour answer message line. Where possible you will receive a response within 24 hours. (Weekend messages answered on Monday).

Email: info@savana.org.uk

Web: http://www.savana.org.uk


Phone Number(s)

Office line: 01782 433205

ISVAs: Caroline Warner - 07717 873272, Claire Sherratt - 07584 255022 and Jo Jones - 07584 252472


We offer BACP accredited counselling which includes one to one and group counselling. We house 3 Independent Sexual Violence advisors who offer practical support from advocacy with asylum, housing, benefits and others services to support through the criminal justice system.

Savana provides free counselling and support services for adults and children from the age of four who have experienced or who are affected by any form of sexual violence whether recently or in the past. This can include but is not limited to; rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, child sexual abuse/exploitation, genital mutilation, honour related violence and gangs.


We offer a 6 week course (2 hours a week for girls who have experienced or are vulnerable to sexual exploitation).
We also have a vast catalogue of CPD Accredited Training which we provide to professionals who may come across sexual violence/abuse within their work.

West Mercia Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Centre (WMRSASC)

Men and women

PO Box 240, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 2LF

Area: West Midlands


Helpline: 01905 724514 (Worcestershire) or 01432 344777 (Herefordshire)


Helpline Opening Hours:

Monday and Thursday 7.30pm-9.30pm, Tuesday 1pm-5pm, Friday 10am-2pm

Email: office@wmrsasc.org.uk

Web: http://www.wmrsasc.org.uk


Phone Number(s)

Worcestershire office: 01905 611655 and Herefordshire office: 01432 266551


WMRSASC is a free, confidential and non-judgemental support service for survivors based in Worcestershire and Herefordshire who have experienced any form of rape or sexual abuse at any time in their lives.

Services include:
Telephone helpline open to survivors, their carers and supporters, as well as professionals seeking information.

Counselling for individuals aged 11+, their carers and supporters, provided by qualified counsellors.

Independent Sexual Violence Advisory (ISVA) Service for individuals aged 18+ who are, or are considering, going through the Criminal Justice System.

Children & Young People's ISVA (ChISVA) Service for children & young people aged 5-17, also for 18-25 year olds with additional needs.

Family ISVA Service for parents/carers of survivors, enabling children under 5 years to receive support through the FISVA engagement with their parent/carer.


As an Open College Network (OCN) accredited centre, WMRSASC provides bespoke specialist training courses in sexual violence including rape, child sexual abuse and exploitation. WMRSASC is accredited to deliver 'Just Whistle' CSE training courses and are Rape Crisis (E&W) trainers. WMRSASC also has a schools programme called the SELFIE Project which is designed to increase young people's access to high quality sexual violence prevention and support.