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Our Support

We provide support to women, including trans women, and young people of all genders (aged 8-18), who have experienced any form of sexual violence, abuse or exploitation in their lives.

We listen to, believe and support survivors of any race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, religious and cultural background.

We respect the courage and strength it takes to speak out about your experience of sexual violence, whether it has been a recent assault or it happened a long time ago.


All our support services are free and we offer appointments on weekdays, evenings and weekends. What you tell us remains confidential within our support team. We will not tell anyone that you have contacted us, unless you want us to. However there are some circumstances when we are required by law to share information.


If English is not you your first language we will try to arrange for an interpreter. If you are deaf or hard of hearing we can provide support via email or letter. We can also arrange for a British Sign Language or signed English interpreter.

Our new office is accessible, however, we can arrange appointments in various accessible venues around Dundee and Angus.

Our support services

Support and Enquiry line

We offer phone support via our helpline on 01382 201291. This line is answered by our Initial Referral Team between 10am - 3pm Monday - Friday, you can call out with these hours and leave a message with clear contact details and we will call you back at a suitable time.

One-to-One Support

Support starts with a chance to find out more about what you can expect from WRASAC if you are not sure. If it sounds like something that would be helpful for you then we will carry out an assessment. This is a chance for us to get to know a little about you. You will not have to to tell us what happened to you at this stage. We know that this can be difficult. We may have a waiting list when you contact us but we can offer crisis support if required.

You will be allocated your own support worker who will offer you support using a variety of contact methods which includes face to face, digital support through Zoom or WhatsApp, and telephone support

You will be offered 8 initial support sessions with your own support worker. We offer emotional support, can advocate on your behalf with the police, health, courts etc and provide you with practical support when needed.

Group support

We have a range of groups such as our Peer Support Group and therapy groups. Please ask your support worker for more information about this.

Email and Letter Support

We understand that some people have difficulty talking over the phone and it is common to feel uncomfortable speaking about your experience of sexual violence. You can access support via letter or email if that is better for you. Our dedicated support email is support@wrasac.org.uk or days@wrasac.org.uk for children and young people.

‘Victim blaming’ often silences survivors, stopping them talking about what happened. It takes enormous courage to make that first step whether this experience was recent or in the past.

To get in touch or make a referral visit our Contact Us page.