Information for Survivors

Welcome to our Survivors page. Below you will find our list of information materials.  You can view them online or, if it is safe to do so, you can download or print them off. If you would prefer us to send you free copies of any materials listed please contact us on 01738 630965 or email us at with your order. Some PCs may have problems reading the PDF documents. If the PDF is upside down you can rotate it by clicking ‘View’ on the toolbar, ‘Rotate View’ and then ‘Rotate Clockwise’. This should overcome any difficulties. If you are unable to open the documents you can download a free version of Acrobat Reader from the Adobe Website.


Factsheets (coming soon)

  • Information about Childhood Sexual Abuse
  • Information about Police and Court
  • Information on Rape in Marriage/by a Partner
  • Information about Ritual Abuse
  • Information on Sexual Harassment for Survivors and Supporters
  • Information for Survivors of Rape or Sexual Assault
  • Personal Safety
  • Suicide
  • Survivors and Flashbacks
  • Survivors and Self-Harm/Self-Injury

People of every age, race or religious background are raped. Statistics show that the majority of survivors knew and trusted the person who attacked them. No matter who the perpetrator is, they are always to blame for the abuse. No matter where someone is, what they were doing, wearing, saying, or if they were drunk or under the influence of drugs, nobody deserves to be raped or sexually assaulted in any way. The responsibility always lies with the perpetrator, not you.

If you have recently been raped or sexually assaulted click here for further support and information.

To find out more about the effects of sexual violence (including rape and sexual abuse) please click here.