Gloucestershire Rape And Sexual Abuse Centre

Gloucestershire Rape And Sexual Abuse Centre

Charity information

Gloucestershire Rape And Sexual Abuse Centre

GRASAC is an independent charity which provides free, confidential and non-judgemental support and information services to women and girls affected by any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives. Our support services include a helpline, email support service for women and girls, one to one ongoing support sessions either face to face or over the telephone, advocacy, information (for survivors, their friends, family, and agencies working with them), and referrals to other agencies.

Founded 1984

  • Mission statement

    Gloucestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre believes every person should be free from sexual violence. We are committed to support, respect and empower survivors of rape and sexual abuse, regardless of race, ethnicity, sexuality, age and other discriminatory factors. Gloucestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre aims to support women and girls to understand and manage the effects of their experiences of sexual violence; it is also committed to working with partner agencies to raise public awareness of the issues of sexual violence in order to reduce the incidence.

  • Aims

    Gloucestershire Rape And Sexual Abuse Centre aims to:

    • To relieve the emotional, psychological and / or physical distress of people who have experienced sexual violence, especially women and girls
    • To educate the public around the nature and extent of sexual violence and its impact on people, especially women and girls
  • Overview

    Established: January 1984

    Registered Charity Number: 1155902

    Board members: 10

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 5

    Volunteers: 30

    Phone number: 01452 305421

    Address: Unit 6&7, City Works, Alfred Street, Gloucester GL1 4DF

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