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Nottingham Rape Crisis Centre supports women and girls over the age of 13 in Nottinghamshire who have experienced any form of sexual violence.
Nottingham Rape Crisis Centre is a registered charity that supports women and girls over the age of 13 in the Nottinghamshire area who have experienced any form of sexual violence. This can range from rape, childhood sexual abuse, drug rape and sexual assault to indecent assault. Support is given for both recent and historical incidents.
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You can ring Rape Crisis if something is happening in your life now, or if you are having difficulties about something that has happened in the past. You can also phone if you are worried about your child, someone else in your family, or someone you know. If you ring us we can offer telephone counselling and 'one to one' counselling, practical and emotional support and practical information. We will not tell you what to do or judge your actions. Our helpline number is 0115 941 0440.
Looking forward to a second day of insights, talks and discussions at the RapeCrisis (England & Wales) national conference.
National RapeCrisis (England & Wales) Conference Day 1- very productive first day, lots of networking and information sharing. Another great conference!
We're pleased to be at the RapeCrisis (England & Wales) national conference today. Great to see so many Rape Crisis Centres and women coming together.
Nottingham Rape Crisis Centre supports women and girls over the age of 13 in Nottinghamshire who have experienced any form of sexual violence. Our helpline is available on 0115 941 0440.
This Volunteer Week, we'd like to thank all of the volunteers currently working and training with us to support survivors. Your support is vital to survivors across Nottinghamshire.
Society's focus should not be teaching victims to defend themselves from rape, but on teaching rapists not to commit rape.
Although we're based in Nottingham Women's Centre, we are able to offer support to male survivors at another location. Male survivors can contact us for details of referring to our counselling service.
Many survivors experience feelings of powerlessness after an incident of rape. We are here to help survivors to work through their experiences at their own pace, and maintain control of their decisions.
Survivors UK estimates that at least 2.5 million young adult men have been abused and have told nobody. We recognise and support all survivors of sexual assault, no matter what gender or sexual orientation.
We will never pressure survivors into any course of action they are not comfortable with. We provide the support you need, and you are totally in control.
No matter what someone is wearing, what they're drinking or where they're walking, they are not asking to be raped.
The responsibility for rape is NEVER the victim's. It rests entirely on the perpetrator who decided to commit assault.
11% of boys and 21% of girls experience sexual abuse in childhood. No matter how long ago sexual trauma was experienced, its ongoing effects can be devastating. We're here to support survivors as they come to terms with historical abuse.
If you have experienced rape, we will support you in making the decisions which are right for you.
If you need to disclose an experience of rape or abuse but are worried about how friends and family may react, we're here to listen.
It's a common myth that 'only gay men are raped'– but remember that anyone can experience rape, and that a sexual assault has no more bearing on your sexuality than any other crime.
If you're unsure what course of action to take after experiencing rape or sexual assault, we're here to help you talk through your options.
To everyone who voted with women's rights in mind, helping women's voices be heard in yesterday's election: thank you.
We hope everyone will be able to vote in today's election. Polling stations are open until 10PM this evening.
Tomorrow is the local, as well as the general, election– have you checked whether your local candidates are supporting the Nottingham Women's Manifesto?