Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings (excluding Bank Holidays)
Local 01483 546400
Freephone 0800 0288 022
If you need to talk to someone outside the hours stated please ring the Trust House, Reading Helpline on 0118 958 4033 or the Samaritans on 116 123.
Latest News - June 2018
We are delighted and proud to announce that, on 2nd June, Buckingham Palace announced RASASC as a recipient of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service 2018. This award represents a tremendous achievement for RASASC and is the MBE for volunteer groups. Everyone involved with RASASC, especially our lovely and dedicated volunteers, should feel immensely proud of the recognition that this Award represents and the support provided to survivors.
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No need to be referred by your GP or anyone else
All services are available for female and male survivors
Also support for partners, family members, friends and professionals.
Based in Guildford, supporting Surrey and beyond.
Click Helpline for more information - The helpine is available for female and male callers, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, 7.30pm-9.30pm. It is a non-judgemental listening service that provides information, emotional support and signposting to other appropriate services that can support your needs. Please call us.
If you are supporting a survivor and need to talk, we are here for you as well. Phone local 01483 546400 or national freephone 0800 0288 022.
You can listen to an audio podcast about the helpline in the About Us section.
Click Counselling for more information - Individual Counselling Sessions, Family Support Sessions, Pre-Court Support Therapy and Self-Help Groups. All of these services are by self-referral, no need to be referred by your GP or anyone else. All services available for female and male clients. Sessions are held in Guildford.
Independent Sexual Violence Advisor - ISVA
Click ISVA Service for more information - Advice, advocacy, practical and emotional support. They will
assist in making appointments for forensic medical testing at the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC), pregnancy testing, sexual infection testing, mental health, physical health,
housing, court, police, claims , signposting and support. They will help you access the services that you need to recover in quickest and best possible way.
Testimonies - endorsements from clients and from counsellors, telling how RASASC offers survivors a place to be heard and helps to rebuild shattered lives.
Presentations - We can give a talk to your company, management team, club, group or school.
We can also provide an exhibition display table with leaflets, display board, promotional pens, rape alarms, torches, trolley tokens and drink spikes. These items all have our contact details on. Exhibition tables are always accompanied by 1-2 volunteers to answer any questions.
Cycle Scheme - Positive Pedal Power cycling This is a free service.
Off-road cycling sessions to help restore confidence, health and wellbeing. To enable you to experience nature and the outdoors. Weekends, March to October, weather dependent. We have 4 bikes, helmes and everything you would need for this activity. One-to-one and also small groups of 1-4. All levels, from beginners to advanced, unfit to fit.
Advice Guides - We also produce "advice and guidance" leaflets to provide specific help for those in individual circumstances of need.
Our Helplines are available to everyone in the UK. Counselling sessions are for those in Surrey and surrounding areas. Clients come from all areas of Surrey.
|Past clients have come from:|
|Addlestone, Ash, Ash Green|
|Banstead, Beare Green|
|Frimley, Frimley Green|
|Gt Bookham, Guildford|
|Hindhead, Horley, Horsley|
|Send, Shalford, Shepperton,|
|Shere, South Godstone,|
|Virginia Water, Walton on Thames|
|West Clandon, Westcott|