Rape Crisis England & Wales is a feminist organisation that exists to promote the needs of women and girls who have experienced sexual violence, to improve services to them and to work towards the elimination of sexual violence.

it was set up to support the work of autonomous Rape Crisis organisations in England and WaleS AND TO also raise awareness and understanding of sexual violence in the wider community and with local, regional and national government.

WE want all women and girls to be free from the fear and experience of sexual violence. You can find your nearest Rape Crisis Centre through WWW.RAPECRISIS.ORG.UK

Rape Crisis London has four centres that offer help, information and support to women and girls who have experienced sexual violence of any kind, at any time of their lives.  You can find your nearest London based Rape Crisis Centre at or 

Whenever it happened, whatever the circumstances, we will give you the support that you need. Our Services are delivered by a multi-cultural team of trained counsellors and advocates.

Rape Crisis South London is the largest Rape Crisis Centre in London and one of the oldest centres in the country. We provide face to face counselling, advocacy for survivors going through the criminal justice process, outreach services for women in homelessness and prostitution, training and prevention work in schools and other settings, and the national Rape Crisis helpline.

You can contact us confidentially on the National Rape Crisis Helpline: 0808 802 9999, every day of the year between 12-2.30 and 7-9.30 or visit our website at WWW.RASASC.ORG.UK

As a charity Rape Crisis south london relys on donations and grants to be able to support survivors of sexual violence. You can donate via text OR PRESS THE BUTTON BELOW. 

Text SLRC11  £2/£5/£10 to 70070 to donate now - e.g:  SLRC11 £5

Rape Crisis acknowledges all forms of sexual violence, including but not restricted to: rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, sexual harassment, rape within marriage / relationships, forced marriage, so-called honour-based violence, female genital mutilation, trafficking, sexual exploitation, grooming and ritual abuse, irrespective of whether the violence is from known or unknown perpetrator(s).