Access a range of support and information on our specialist services:
We support any victim or survivor of sexual violence and abuse whether it is recent, historic or ongoing.
Counselling & Therapy
CRASAC is an Accredited Organisational Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and it abides by the BACP Ethical Framework.
In addition to our face to face services, CRASAC also offers a variety of alternative ways to access support.
We are currently unable to offer group work, these services are currently under review.
If you need support with advocacy linked to sexual violence, our ISVA service can support you.
Community Based Support
This page is coming soon. For more information, contact one of our team on 024 7627 7777.
Sexual Violence can affect any person at any time in their life – including Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer or Questioning (LGBTQ) people. If you’re LGBTQ and have experienced sexual violence at any time in your life our highly trained, all-female team of staff and volunteers can support you.
Information for Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee(BAMER) Victims and Survivors. CRASAC provides a sensitive interpretation service.
Sexual Assault Referral Centre
We understand it can often be a difficult decision to attend a Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC), especially if you have never heard of one before. A SARC provides coordinated, forensic, medical and aftercare services to men, women and children who have experienced rape or sexual assault, recent or non-recent.
Independent Sexual Violence Advisors
At CRASAC, we provide a specialist crisis and advocacy service through our team of Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs).
Make a Referral
CRASAC encourages survivors to self-refer to the service. We recognise that some people find this difficult, if they are not able to do this then professionals and supporters can make the referral if the client is not present.