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Messages from frontline support services – We are still here

Messages from frontline support services - We are still here

Today, Sunday 3rd May 2020, the Ministry of Justice released a series of short videos across their social media platforms to raise awareness of the different types of support services available to people who have experienced sexual violence and abuse, no matter when it happened. 

With support from The Survivors Trust and Rape Crisis England and Wales, the videos feature specialist support workers from our Member Agencies who are sharing the overarching message: We’re still here for you, you’re not alone

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There are lots of options available to access support, from email, to phone, to live chat and other online resources.

We see you, we hear you, we believe you. 

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