Join our survivor reference group!

We welcome victims and survivors of any gender – who have experienced sexual violence or abuse at any point in their lives – to help us improve our 24/7 Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Line.

➡️ Interested in joining the group or want to find out more? Please request a call, text or email from Anna, our Outreach and Survivor Engagement Officer.

➡️ Looking for support after sexual violence or abuse? Please visit the homepage to find out more about the 24/7 Support Line.

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What is the survivor reference group?

The survivor reference group is made up of about 10-15 victims and survivors of sexual violence or abuse. They are all aged 18 or over and live in England or Wales, and can be of any gender.

The group meets every month online to discuss different parts of the 24/7 Support Line service.

Check out our FAQs for more information

What is the purpose of the group?

The purpose of the group is to find gaps in the 24/7 Support Line service or things that could be working better for survivors.

This feedback is shared with the team that delivers the 24/7 Support Line – and the team then looks at where changes can be made.

Having this input from survivors is really important for making sure that the service is meeting the needs of everyone it's available to.

How can I get involved?

We want to hear from anyone who feels ready to take part – no matter how long ago you experienced sexual violence or abuse.

If you feel ready to take part now: please fill out this form to let us know you're interested. Anna, our Outreach and Survivor Engagement Officer, will then get back to you.

If you would like more information first: please get in touch with Anna, our Outreach and Survivor Engagement Officer. You can text, WhatsApp or call her on 07743975570, or email her at anna@rapecrisis.org.uk

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