Womens Support Project

RASASH - Rape and Sexual Abuse Service Highland

Service For

Women
Men
Children

Issues Covered

Child Sexual Abuse
Female Genital Mutilation or Cutting
Forced Marriage
Honor Based Violence
Parents whose children have been sexually abused
Prostitution / sexual exploitation
Rape & sexual assault
Stalking/Sexual Harassment

Contact Information

Tel: Office - 01463 257657. Support Line - 03330 066 909
Email: support@rasash.org.uk
Website: www.rasash.org.uk

Address: 38 - 40 Waterloo Place, Inverness

Areas Covered

Highland Council Area including Skye

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 9.30am - 4.30pm

Access

  • Ground floor

Services & Resources

  • One to one support face to face or by phone or text. Groupwork. Advocacy for survivors to enable them to decide whether to report an offence and/or through the investigation and court process. Prevention and campaigns work including in schools. Training

Age limits to service

Service is open to adults and young people aged 13 and over.

Referral

  • Ring support line or email direct. Referral form can be provided and returned with consent of survivor if they do not want to initiate contact themselves.

Aims of organisation

1) Anyone who has experienced rape, sexual abuse or sexual assault, regardless of gender, ethnicity, culture or sexual orientation, should have access to non-judgemental & confidential support. 2) No survivor is to blame, under any circumstances, for any form of sexual violence they have experienced. The blame and responsibility for sexual violence lies solely with those who perpetrate. 3) A zero tolerance approach to any form of sexual violence is everyone’s responsibility and will help ensure the health and well-being of all communities.




Latest News

Resources to support training and public education on violence against women
Information on latest resources, October 2017

Human Trafficking and Exploitation
Newsletter from Scottish Government Human Trafficking Team

Voluntary Action Fund
Now recruiting for 2 trustees

SCREEN DEBATE on 5th Sept
To mark September as month of action to raise awareness of childhood sexual abuse

Training on violence against women
Free workshop for voluntary and community organisations, Friday 13th October, Glasgow


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