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Aylesbury Vale & Milton Keynes Sexual Assault & Abuse Support Service (AVMK SAASS)
Helpline:
Email address (General):
Email address (Support):
Aylesbury Vale office:
01296 392468
Milton Keynes office:
01908 201971
Services Available To:

Women and girls, and men and boys

Services Provided:
  • Counselling
  • One to one and group therapy
  • Pre-trial therapy
  • Information and Advice
  • Befriending
  • Drop in centre - invitation only
Areas Covered:

Aylesbury Vale and Milton Keynes (North Buckinghamshire)

East Kent Rape Crisis Centre
Helpline:
0800 4582818
Monday to Friday 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Email address (General):
Helpline 2:
01227 450400 Monday to Friday 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Services Available To:

Women and Men

Services Provided:

We offer face to face counselling for all those who have been affected by rape or any form of sexual abuse/assault. This includes close family/friends.

For those clients who are in crisis we offer therapeutic crisis intervention where the client is seen within a few days. This can hold a client until they are ready to access counselling.

Our helpline is open from 6:30pm - 9:30pm, Monday to Friday.

Our ISVA Service covers all of East Kent and can assist with all matters relating to the CJS.

Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre (OSARCC)
Helpline:
0800 783 6294
Monday 6:30pm - 9pm, Thursday 6:30pm - 9pm, Sunday 6pm - 8:30pm
Email address (General):
Email address (Support):
Helpline 2:
01865 726295 Monday 6:30pm - 9pm, Thursday 6:30pm - 9pm, Sunday 6pm - 8:30pm
Services Available To:

Women and girls only

Services Provided:

Services offered:

  • Telephone Helpline
  • Email Support - [email protected]
  • Counselling
  •  Advocacy & Advice - ISVA
  •  Support Groups
  • Empowerment support for young women and girls (aged 14-18)
  • Consent workshops and talks
  • Multi-Agency training for professionals
  • Information provision

Services for:

  • Face to face services: women aged over 18 living in Oxfordshire.
  • Face to face empowerment support: young women and girls aged 14-17 living in Oxfordshire.
  • Helpline and email support: open to all women survivors and their supporters of any gender, age and location.
Rape Crisis Surrey & Sussex (RCSAS)
Helpline:
0808 802 9999
Every day 12 noon – 2:30pm and 7pm - 9:30pm, and weekdays 3pm - 5:30pm
Email address (General):
Services Available To:

Women and girls only

Services Provided:
  • Face to face therapy for up to 12 months accredited by the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy.
  • Group therapy, for six months.
  • Independent Sexual Violence Advocates (ISVAs) for survivors going through or thinking about going through the Criminal Justice System.
  • Information and guidance to professionals, survivors and partners, friends and family of survivors.
  • Prevention work in schools on sexual consent, self-esteem, gender and sexualisation.
  • Outreach service for socially marginalised groups and women involved in prostitution.
  • FGM support for women affected by female genital mutilation
Survivors' Network (Sussex Rape Crisis Centre)
Helpline:
01273 720110
Wednesday 7pm - 9pm
Email address (General):
Address:
6a Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE
Services Available To:

Women and Men

Services Provided:

We provide therapeutic support including 1-1 counselling, groupwork, a drop-in, a helpline and activities like yoga.

We also have an ISVA service for anyone who has, or is considering, reporting to the police.

Our young people’s services and adult ISVA services are available to survivors of all genders.

Wycombe, Chiltern & South Bucks Rape Crisis
Helpline:
01494 462222
24hour answer phone. Calls returned within 24 hours, including weekends
Email address (General):
Services Available To:

Women and girls only

Services Provided:

Free and confidential support for women survivors of sexual violence. This includes befriending, Women's drop in, Asian women's drop in sessions, face-to-face counselling, telephone counselling, telephone support, one-off support in going to police, court, health, appointments etc. and a weekly self-help group.

Support available for non-abusing family and friends of survivors.

Talks, training and support given for other professionals and organisations.

We also have an Independent Sexual Violence Advice Co-ordinator, and a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Co-ordinator.

Services are for women survivors or rape, sexual assault or childhood sexual abuse who are 16 years + and live or work in South Buckinghamshire. Our counselling rooms and our waiting rooms are part of "The Women's Space", the area of the building which is specifically for women only. These are available throughout the week.