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CRASAC: An introduction

11 March 2014

Find out more about the work of anti-sexual violence support charity CRASAC

CRASAC was established in 1981 to offer services to Coventry women, men and children from 5 years upwards who have been raped or sexually abused. 

Their primary aim is to provide support, information and advocacy to female and male victims and survivors of sexual violence. At CRASAC they know that there is no typical survivor which is why they treat everyone who goes to them for support as an individual.

Services available to victims and survivors are telephone helpline, counselling, group therapy, community based support, crisis and advocacy support. They also run a volunteer training course twice a year for people who want to help with various roles at CRASAC.

CRASAC has been delivering free, independent, confidential and specialised support services for survivors of rape and sexual abuse for the last 32 years and support over 5,000 Coventry women, men and children through their services every year.

CRASAC’s helpline is open to women, men and children on 02476 27 77 77 from 10am-2pm Monday to Friday and from 6pm-8pm Monday and Thursday. You can also email helpline@crasac.org.uk

For more information please visit www.crasac.org.uk watch our video ‘Rape is Rape’ or click here for information on responding to disclosure.


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