Argyll and Bute Rape Crisis offers free and confidential support to both women, men and transgender survivors (aged 12 +) of all forms of sexual violence including rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse whether the abuse is recent or historic.
They also offer support to survivors’ non-offending partners, family members, friends and workers.
The Centre was established in February 2006 to provide a dedicated support service for survivors of rape and sexual abuse in the Argyll & Bute area.
The Centre was set up when a specific need was identified for a dedicated, specialised Rape Crisis Centre. They originally supported women and girls (12+) and are now offering the same support and advocacy to men & boys (12+) and trans in the Argyll and Bute area.
At Argyll and Bute Rape Crisis, all of the Staff and Volunteers are extensively trained in helping to support Survivors of all forms of sexual abuse and violence.
Support services include
•Email and Letter Support
•Face to face, support
•Signposting where it is beneficial or appropriate
•Awareness Raising Training and advice to other frontline agencies
•Workshops in Therapy and Confidence Building, Art Therapy, Writing
The Youth Project “TESSA” aims to raise awareness of issues surrounding internet safety, cyber-bullying and grooming. It also seeks to challenge inappropriate behaviour. They deliver a range of age-approp
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