We are the local Rape Crisis Center. We provide lots of different types of support to survivors of sexual violence. Our counselling is for young people of any gender up to age 18, and for self-identifying women survivors aged 19+. Our advocacy service helps you with the criminal justice system – for example, they can help you talk to the police, help you with a case going to court, and with the practical things that you might need a hand with in everyday life such as letters to school explaining how you’re doing. Our advocacy is for survivors of any gender and any age. We also have a helpline for self-identifying women aged 14+ who are survivors of sexual violence. Supporters of survivors can also call this helpline. We run a drop in for self-identifying female survivors aged 16+ twice a week, where you can talk to other people who have had similar experiences. We also have a daytime drop in on the third Friday of every month. You can find out all of the details for each of these services on our website.
Advocacy is for all ages, Counselling is for all genders aged 14-18 and self-identified women only for age 19+. Our helpline is for self-identified women survivors aged 14+ and supporters of any gender aged 14+. Our dropin is for self-identified women survivors aged 16+.
6a Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE
Getting there / Access
GETTING THERE / ACCESS
Our advocacy, helpline and drop in are all free. Our counselling service is free for under 18s, and is donation based for survivors aged 19+. Our building is not wheelchair accessible unfortunately, however we regularly hold counselling sessions off-site to ensure they are accessible. The service is based above the restaurant Al Duomo, there is a buzzer you can press next to our door so we can let you in. If you're not sure how to find us just give us a call!
When & Where
Our Drop in is on Mondays and Thursdays 7-9pm, and you can just pop in, you don't have to book. We also have a daytime drop in on the third Friday of every month. Our helpline is on Wednesdays 7-9pm, you can call on 01273 720110 or text on 07717999989. You can also email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and get a reply within the helpline hours. Our counselling service is on weekdays. You can self-refer or get someone to help you - the form is on our website, or you can do it on the phone to our office: 01273 203380. Our office is open 9-5 on weekdays, you can call if you have any questions 01273 203380.