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Coronavirus update

In line with Government advice our office is currently closed, however, our team are continuing to work remotely. 

You can contact us by emailing: This email address will be monitored throughout the day.

Alternatively, you can leave a brief message on 07511 403409, however please be aware that this phone is not continually monitored. 

Visit Mind and Anxiety UK for some useful information on looking after your mental health during coronavirus.

RASASC services

We offer a range of free and confidential support for anyone in Surrey who has experienced rape or sexual abuse, whether recently or in the past.

Our services are open to women, men and young people aged 13 and over, and we will support you whether you decide to report to the police or not. We also offer support to family and friends, giving them the opportunity to talk through their concerns and anxieties and provide them with information on how to support their loved one.


Our free helpline is open on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 7.30pm – 9.30pm. The helpline is open to survivors and people who are supporting a survivor. If you need information, emotional support or just someone to listen, please call 01483 546400.

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Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) service

Independent Sexual Violence Advisors or ISVAs provide 1:1 practical and emotional support to survivors. We have seven ISVAs covering all of the Surrey area, including specialist services for young people and people with complex mental health needs.

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We provide a range of counselling services to meet the needs of survivors:

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Group support

We offer two support groups for female survivors; a self-confidence and esteem programme, and a weekly therapeutic and peer support group.

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Download our information leaflets

Our general leaflet about who we are and what we do                     

Information on our Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) service                     

Information on how to support someone who has been sexually abused