Opening Times

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LGBT+ Inclusion

We are proud to be a member of the South Yorkshire LGBT+ Domestic and Sexual Abuse Network. Read more


Are we the right service for you? Call us and talk it through with a team member Tel: 07517 100 757 Read more

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SRASAC is registered with Easyfundraising so that everytime you shop online, you can help fundraise for SRASAC with a donation from the site you are visiting. Read more

LGBT+ Resources

Useful resources for people who identify as LGBT+ Read more

Criminal Justice Resources

Useful resources for understanding the Criminal Justice system Read more

Online Resources

A list of helpful resources that can be found online Read more

Accessing Our Services

We accept self referrals into all our services as well as referrals from support workers, GPs, the Police and other agencies. Read more

ISVA Service

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Our Policies

Sheffield Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre have worked hard to achieve the Rape Crisis England and Wales National Service Standards. Read more

Centre Accessibility

Language: This website can be read in other languages through Google Translate. We can support clients who do not speak English through the use of interpreters. We are fully accessible for clients who may have mobility issues and we are able to work with clients with learning disabilities and sight or hearing impairment. Read more

Our Centre

The Centre is based within a shared building in a City Centre location close to bus, tram and rail links. The building space is occupied by a range of other local charities and ethical organisations and provides a safe, secure environment for all visitors to the building. Read more

Emergency Support

If you need immediate support after rape or sexual assault, you might be experiencing lots of different feelings. Many people feel scared, numb, shocked, confused, or angry. There is no right or wrong way to feel or be. Read more

SRASAC Support

We will believe you and we respect you.  We will provide you with support and information to enable you to make your own decisions about what you want and need. Read more

Supporting someone who has been raped or abused

If you are supporting someone who has been raped or abused, you may well need support yourself.  SRASAC is able to support you in this. Read more