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We offer a range of free services including a support line and counselling.Find out more
These resources and links are owned by other charities or not-for-profit organisations, specialising in specific types of abuse. CSASS isn’t responsible for the information and advice on these websites. We hope you find them useful.
We’re really sorry, we don’t work with under 18s. But there are loads of organisations out there who can help you – whether you’re a young survivor, a sibling or parent of one, or an adult concerned about a child. If you want to call us to chat about your options please do.
Sexual assault referral centres offer medical, practical and emotional support to all survivors. They have specially trained doctors, nurses and support workers to care for you. Their specialist independent sexual violence advisers (ISVAs) will support you through the criminal justice system if you decide to report the assault to the police, including supporting you through the trial, should the case go to court.
There are SARCs in Manchester and Liverpool. Search for your nearest SARC here
Here’s a video about what to expect if you visit a SARC
Supportline and LiveChat services are open, and we can be contacted as usual. We know this is an especially hard time for survivors. Please do get in touch if you need a chat.
Remote and phone support is available for current clients while our face to face work is paused, and we’ll be taking new referrals soon. Please follow our social media for self-care resources, news about services and opportunities to help. We’ll be back as soon as we can.