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Whatever stage you are at after rape or sexual assault, whether you are already receiving support from Survivors’ Network or not, you may find the following resources helpful. If you would like these resources in a different format, please get in touch.

Help guide

What to do if you have just been raped or sexually assaulted

Advice about what you can do If you have just been assaulted.

Help guide

Support for Families, Friends, and Partners of Perpetrators

This resources is for those who know and/or trust someone who has been accused or convicted of committing a sexual offence.

Help guide

Resources for Survivors of Sibling Sexual Abuse

In this resource, we take a look at the RCEW National Project on Sibling Sexual Abuse report and provide links to information and help for parents, professionals and survivors of sibling sexual abuse. 

Help guide

Police Investigations – What To Expect

This downloadable guide walks you through the investigation process so you can make informed decisions.

Help guide

What to do if you experience sexual assault abroad?

This help-guide provides guidance on who to speak to and what to do if you are sexually assaulted while outside of the UK.

Help guide

Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault

When someone has been raped or sexually assaulted, they need a great deal of support from the people around them.

Help guide

Resources for survivors who are sex workers

Read here how we can support sex worker survivors and see our comprehensive list of resources.

Help guide

Cyber Flashing Support and Resources

What is cyber flashing? Who does it affect? And how do we tackle it?

Help guide

What is rape culture?

How do we recognise it? How does it affect our society? How can we challenge it? Rape culture is defined as behaviour, values and beliefs that normalise, trivialise, or make light of sexual violence and undermine consent.

Help guide

Cervical Screening (Smear test) Information Sheet

Cervical Screening, or Smear test, can be distressing or traumatic for survivors of sexual violence. We have created this sheet to take with you to outline your needs as a survivor.

Help guide

Your Reporting Options

We understand that reporting to the police is scary, and we hope that this guide will help you make a decision that is best for you.


LGBTQ+ Resources

Resources, support and information for LGBTQ+ survivors & for improving allyship to LGBTQ folks