Listening, believing and supporting

Support for people affected by rape or any kind of sexual assault or abuse at any time in their lives.

Last year, we supported 747 people in-person and provided 968 hours of support through our helpline services.

Stand alongside us in making change for people affected by sexual violence and working to end gender-based violence.

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Meeting the needs of victim-survivors

Our training service is here to support your work and ensure you are meeting the needs of survivors both within your organisation and accessing your organisation.

Our courses are tailored to your organisational needs:

  • Workplace
  • Education settings
  • NHS and Health Settings
  • For Charities
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Projects

We’re proud to lead on some ground-breaking projects and act as a centre of excellence on some of the lesser known areas of sexual violence.

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Upfront Survivors

A partnership project supporting the child sexual abuse survivor community to lead cultural change through creating visible survivor-led community spaces.

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Sibling sexual abuse project

Sibling sexual abuse is considered to be one of the most common forms of child sexual abuse within the family setting in the UK.

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Learning disabilities and Autism

We work with individuals and organisations to make sure that people with learning disabilities and Autistic people who have experienced rape and sexual abuse are able to get the support they need to help them cope and recover.

Interested in joining the SARSAS Team?

We are seeking

Fundraising Volunteers

We're always looking for support from volunteers with fundraising.

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The latest from our news and blogs

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Neuroplasticity: the power of the brain in healing after sexual violence

An experience of rape or sexual abuse can impact us physically, emotionally, and psychologically. It’s common to struggle with feelings of shame, self-blame, and negative thoughts afterwards.

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Statement from Claire Bloor, SARSAS CEO

We are sad to announce that our CEO, Claire Bloor, will be moving on from SARSAS at the end of March after six years leading us through a period of enormous change and unprecedented challenges.

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Protection from Sex-based Harassment in Public Act 2023: what does it hope to achieve?

In the first of a series of articles looking into laws affecting victim-survivors of sexual violence, our volunteer communications officer, Toby, explores the positive impacts and potential issues of this new bill.