Rape Crisis

Women and girls who have experienced sexual violence.

Information about how to get help if you've experienced sexual violence, including details of your nearest Rape Crisis organisation; information for friends, partners, family and other people supporting or wanting to help a sexual violence survivor; more information about rape and other forms of sexual violence.

We work with our member Rape Crisis organisations to achieve our three core priorities:

  1. Securing high quality specialist services for women and girls who have experienced sexual violence
  2. Building our collective expertise to improve services and policies for the benefit of survivors / victims
  3. Ending rape and sexual violence

Rape Crisis acknowledges all forms of sexual violence, including but not restricted to: rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, sexual harassment, rape within marriage / relationships, forced marriage, so-called honour-based violence, female genital mutilation, trafficking, sexual exploitation, grooming and ritual abuse, irrespective of whether the violence is from known or unknown perpetrator(s).

Organisation Details

Rape Crisis England & Wales was set up to support the work of autonomous Rape Crisis organisations in England and Wales. They also raise awareness and understanding of sexual violence in the wider community and with local, regional and national government.

Rape Crisis acknowledges all forms of sexual violence, including but not restricted to: rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, sexual harassment, rape within marriage / relationships, forced marriage, so-called honour-based violence, female genital mutilation, trafficking, sexual exploitation, grooming and ritual abuse, irrespective of whether the violence is from known or unknown perpetrator(s).

Name:
Rape Crisis
Address:
Rape Crisis England & Wales
BCM Box 4444
London
WC1N 3XX

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