WRSASC is a free, confidential and non-judgemental support service for survivors who have experienced rape, assault, incest, sexual abuse, sexual harassment or any form of sexual attack, whether physical, verbal or emotional. The trauma caused by sexual abuse may not surface for many years after the event. We treat all calls equally, sensitively and confidentially, appreciating the courage required to break silence, overcome guilt and threats, and share the events of the past whether they happened days or years ago.

WRSASC encourages individuals to self-refer but we also accept referrals from other agencies or representatives if this makes it easier for them to access our services.

When you ring the helpline you will be treated with sensitivity and respect. At WRSASC we recognise how hard it is to make that call and we will do all that we can to support you.

Telephone helpline 01905 724514

Helpline opening times:

Monday 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Tuesday 1.00pm to 5.00pm
Thursday 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Friday 10.00am to 2.00pm

At any other time you can use our answer machine and leave a message, we will get back to you as soon as we possibly can. Our counsellors will be discreet when returning your call, however if you have a preferred or ‘safe’ time for us to call you back please do let us know.

Almost all individuals who call the helpline will call more than once, many becoming regular callers, sometimes over many years. Callers are always told how the line works so they are aware that they are not able to call and speak to the same supporter every time but that whoever they do speak to will offer just as much time and compassion.

For counselling enquiries please contact the helpline (01905 724514) or email: counselling@wrsasc.org.uk

For ISVA enquiries please contact the office (01905 611655) or email: isva@wmrsasc.org.uk

For general enquiries please contact the office (01905 611655) or email: office@wmrsasc.org.uk

or contact us by post:

PO Box 240
Worcester WR1 2LF

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