Dorset Rape Crisis Support Centre is a voluntary organisation run for men, women, young people over 16 who have been raped or sexually abused.
September 8-14, 2014 is National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week. This annual event, started in 2002 by Lisa Copen, features a variety of ways to get involved including some chat sessions September 8-14 online with special guests. 2014’s themeRead more
Women are more likely than men to blame a victim who is sexually assaulted. They say that a woman provokes it through accepting a drink, flirting or their choice of clothes . These attitudes discourage victims from reporting the crime. Women need toRead more
|Need someone to listen and hear what you are saying?
Then call our Telephone Helpline on the following days and times:
|Monday||1pm to 3pm||Female volunteers|
|Tuesday||10am to 12pm||Female volunteers|
|Wednesday||7.30pm to 9.30pm||Female & Male volunteers|
|Thursday||7.30pm to 9.30pm||Female & Male volunteers|
|Friday||7.30pm to 9.30pm||Female volunteers|
|Saturday||4pm to 6pm||Female volunteers|
Outside of these times there is a confidential answer phone service where you can leave a message for a call back.