Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis offering free and confidential support and advocacy
Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis is a place that offers free and confidential support and advocacy for all women and girls who have gone through sexual violence at any point in their lives. Even if you’re not sure what’s happened is sexual violence, but you want to talk about it, we can help you. We have a range of specialised services to help people talk about and overcome their trauma:
- Core Support (for all women 25 years old+, providing emotional trauma-informed support)
- The Ruby Project (for Black and ethnic minority individuals, including asylum seekers, providing emotional trauma-informed support and who may require more advocacy support to navigate the asylum process)
- The Rosey Project (for those aged 13-25 years old, providing emotional trauma-informed support and workshops around sexual health and wellbeing)
- Support to Report (our advocacy service supporting all genders of sexual violence survivors aged 13+ who are thinking about, or who have already, reported to the Police, helping them navigate the criminal justice system).
If you’re looking for more information or support with one of our services, please call our helpline on 0808 800 0014, open daily 11am to 2pm. Or, you can email us on email@example.com you’ll receive a response within 2 days by a support worker.
We know it can be scary to talk about what’s happened, but we are here to listen, support, and help you.