Sexual Violence: On-going Support Sexual Violence: On-going Support

On-going support within the University

If you reported an incident to a member of Student Support Service staff, an experienced SSS staff member will continue to offer advice and support and will be your main point of contact while the matter is on-going.

You will be offered an appointment with experienced staff in the Wellbeing Service  in the Student Support Service.

On-going support available outside the University

The Harbour Centre

Norfolk's Sexual Assault Referral Centre, The Harbour Centre, is for any person who is a victim of rape, attempted rape, or sexual assault, either recently or in the past.  They provide medical, practical and emotional support without police involvement.  They can provide you with: sexual health information and referral services; information about reporting to the police and judicial processes; forensic medical facilities, post-sexual assault follow-up care; support through the criminal justice system; practical support and referrals to other community services and consultation services to other professionals. Any person can access support from them directly without speaking to the police, but an appointment is required.  Phone 0845 456 4810.

The Sue Lambert Trust (www.suelamberttrust.org)

A Norfolk-based charity providing support for sexual assault survivors, including one-to-one counselling, practical support, a telephone helpline, and a range of resource and information.

Mankind (www.mankindcounselling.org.uk)

A service for men aged 18 or over who have been sexually abused as an adult or child.

National Rape Crisis Helpline (Tel: 0808 802 9999)

Offering specialist confidential support and information for female survivors of sexual violence, and a source of support for friends and family to help them understand what they can do to help.