Due to current we are currently providing all our support by ZOOM, phone or email. Please see our contact page for more information.
RASAC P&K provides services across Perth & Kinross. Survivors can either self-refer by contacting us directly or we accept referrals from professionals. To make a referral please print off and complete a referral form or contact us for further information.
Providing support, information and advocacy services to young people age 12-18 and anyone who identifies as a woman 19+. There is no upper age limit. RASAC P&K support survivors irrespective of how long ago the abuse happened.
- Therapeutic face to face support (Currently suspended)
- Telephone support
- Email Support
- Online Video Support
- Crisis Support
- Criminal Justice Advocacy Support for survivors considering, or already involved in, the reporting / court process (check out our video on this service at the bottom of this page)
- Support for families
- Support and information for individual family members and partners
- Access to the Tayside Sexual Assault Referral Network (SARN)
- Support groups for young survivors
- Support groups for family members and partners
- Weekly Drop-In
- Online Activity / creative groups for survivors
Working towards a society free from rape and sexual abuse, our prevention services seek to prevent rape, sexual abuse and exploitation; promote early identification of abuse and improve responses to disclosure.
Schools Work/ Youth Community Work
Sexual Violence Prevention Programme delivered to young people 12+ in secondary schools and community settings (delivered by RASAC Youth Initiative) below is a list of the workshop titles delivered.
- Gender Stereotyping
- What is Sexual Violence
- Sexual Bullying
- Sexual Abuse
- Online Relationships
- Sexualisation in the Media
- Relationship Abuse
- Healthy relationships
- The law and Consent
- How Can we Help Prevent Sexual Violence
- Social Media
- Child sexual Exploitation
- The effects of Pornography
RASAC P&K DVD + Schools Resource (lesson plans included).
Please see our section on Training for professionals for more information.
Our resource library has a range of books, information and tools that you can have a look at to develop your understanding of sexual violence of tools you may find useful to use with survivors you support. You can see our Online resources here.
We are still offering agencies the chance to meet with staff and find out more about what we offer in relation to our support services, support for professionals, training, RYI and how to refer survivors to our service.
If you are looking to refer any young person (12+) or adult woman to RASAC for Support please ensure you fill in all relevant sections of our referral form and entire that the individual you are referring signs the form. We aim to offer an initial appointment to the individual within two to three weeks. Alternatively we have a women's drop in every Tuesday between 12pm and 2pm at our premises at 16 King Street, Perth
This edition brings together a range of issues regarding sexual assaults/rape and the criminal justice process. We look at statistics, support available including SARN, survivor’s feedback, campaigns and the language used within the criminal justice system.
What's gender got to do with it, providing information on the gender based analysis, national evidence, what it means for men and much more.