Rape Crisis England & Wales launches survey for women & girls about new online support for rape & sexual abuse survivors
More survivors of sexual violence than ever before are using specialist Rape Crisis services. Women and girls who've been raped or sexually abused can find it hard to get through on Rape Crisis helplines and often have to wait to get the support they need and want.
The Rape Crisis Weaving the Web project aims to develop a range of new online services. We want them to work with existing Rape Crisis services to reduce waiting times and make it easier for women and girls to get support.
The project is funded by the Big Lottery Women and Girls' Initiative Strategic Fund.
The online survey is an opportunity for women and girls to tell us what they want to see created. The survey is open until midnight on 30th June.
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