Supporting you

Trained support workers listen and believe what you say. They help you focus on a better future and can offer advice, guidance and signpost you to other organizations that may help. We offer advice if you want to report an incident to the police, and guide you through the legal process.

Accessing support for the first time*

At first, talking about your experiences can be a difficult thing to do. Around half the calls to our helpline (01452 526770) are silent – don’t worry if it takes a while for you to want to speak, we’ll listen when you do. You don’t have to tell us your name. Our phone system masks your number so you can choose to talk anonymously.

You can also contact us, and get support by email (support@glosrasac.org.uk). Our email software hides your email address so we won’t know who you are until you choose to tell us (or not!)

Talk to us

PO Box 16, Gloucester, GL4 0RU

General enquiries: 01452 305421 or email  info@glosrasac.org.uk

Helpline: 01452 526770  or email support@glosrasac.org.uk

Advice and advocacy

We will tell you about your options and guide you through the criminal justice system if you wish to report your experience to the Police.

We can also help you connect with other organizations with specialist expertise that can help your particular circumstances See our resources and guides

For anyone who has experienced rape, sexual assault or abuse very recently, and wishes report the crime, contact the Police (dial 999 in an emergency or 101 if you are not in immediate danger) or Hope House Sexual Assault Referral Centre. They will listen to you, take evidence and guide you through the inital legal process. Physical evidence can be gathered within 7 days of the offence

For anyone who has experienced rape, sexual assault or abuse very recently, and wishes report the crime, contact the Police (dial 999 in an emergency or 101 if you are not in immediate danger) or Hope House Sexual Assault Referral Centre. They will listen to you, take evidence and guide you through the inital legal process. Physical evidence can be gathered within 7 days of the offence

Resources and guides

Self-care

New guides and resources will be added to this section over the next few weeks. We’re happy to post a printed copy of our self-help guide to you if you email us with your address.

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