About us Accessibility Centre Accessibility "Your services are fantastic! This was what I needed all along, it is an absolutely essential service." Language This website can be read in other languages through Google Translate If you are finding it difficult to complete our forms or read our information, please call the office on 0114 241 2766 where we will try our best to help. We are able to support clients who do not speak English through the use of interpreters both on the telephone and also face to face. We are very aware of confidentiality concerns and will discuss this with all clients or support workers beforehand. Disabled Access We are fully accessible for clients who may have mobility issues with a lift to all levels. There are disabled toilets on two levels (of three) of the building and also individual gender neutral toilets on the ground floor. We are able to work with clients with learning disabilities, sight or hearing impairment. Please call our information or support line on 07517 100 757 to discuss individual needs. Confidentiality Once within our Centre it is unlikely that a client will see any other client, we make every effort to maintain confidentiality for everyone that accesses our service. You can help in maintaining your confidentiality by attending your appointment at the right time so that we can take you straight to our rooms rather than having to wait in the shared building space. Women Only Space We are able to provide women-only space within our Centre space if requested. Please note that as we are in a shared building the women only space relates to space within our Centre – not within the building as a whole. We discuss this with all new women clients when you are invited into the Centre. Our women only space is provided for all women including those who self identify as women. "Thank you for helping me to be myself. I am so glad I came to SRASAC and it has made a genuine difference in my life. I think it is a wonderful organisation and I know where I can turn others to should they need help like I did." "Thank you a thousand times over. Thank you for hearing me when no one else does, and letting me be who I need to be."