Coronavirus Update

Due to COVID-19 we have had to suspend our face to face counselling for the time being, but are continuing to provide a telephone service. We can offer telephone emotional support to new callers and those on our current waiting list.  We are also able to provide information and answer enquiries that you might have.  Please contact us as usual on the Helpline 01707 276512.  We will be regularly checking answerphone messages and will return calls as soon as possible.

Helpline  – 01707 276512

Thursday from 7.30pm – 9.30pm calls are answered – at all other times please leave a message. Messages will be returned with discretion and your confidentiality will be protected.

Do you need help now?

If you have suffered any form of sexual assault recently or in the past we can help.

For Families & Friends

We rely on donations from people who appreciate our service and volunteers who help us to support survivors.

Listening, believing & supporting

We provide a free  and confidential service to women aged 18 and over who live in Hertfordshire and have been raped or sexually abused or assaulted at any time in their lives.

We also support families and friends who are supporting survivors of sexual violence.

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Testimonials

“The lady on the helpline was very understanding”

“At first I though it would be strange meeting with 2 women, but it was actually very positive”

“An amazing service with amazing people”

“Just wanted to say a massive thank you for helping me overcome my sexual abuse, I could not have done it without your help”

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Our thanks go to Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support (SARSAS) and Manchester Rape Crisis (MRC) for use of some of their original content.

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