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Nottinghamshire Sexual Violence Support Services

Over 40 years of listening and supporting the local community and beyond.

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We are pleased to deliver the new Asa hub

The new Asa hub enables us to provide more services to survivors of sexual violence with longer opening hours

COVID-19 – HOW WE ARE KEEPING US ALL SAFE

We are now providing support in person, as well as over the telephone and online.  Find out what we are doing to keep us all safe.  MORE

LISTEN. BELIEVE. SUPPORT.

If you are aged 18+ and have experienced rape, sexual violence or childhood sexual abuse, either recently or in the past then we are here to help you.

You can talk to someone about your experiences or if you are concerned about a friend, partner or family member then please get in touch.

You can phone our helpline on 0115 941 0440 or you can fill in our online referral form here.

Children and young people can access support through the EMCYPSAS or by phoning 0800 183 0023

GET HELP NOW

If you have just been raped or sexually assaulted, then you can get immediate help.

WHO WE HELP

Whatever your ethnic background, gender or sexuality we can help you.

HOW WE HELP

We offer specialist support to everyone aged 18 and over. You will be guided to the service that is best for you.

ASK FOR HELP. WE WILL SUPPORT YOU.

If you have experienced rape or sexual abuse, either recently or in the past, you will be dealing with your own individual challenges and trying to cope with what has happened.

About Notts SVS Services

We are not part of the police, NHS or any other public service. We are a Registered Independent Charity that has been supporting survivors of sexual violence for over 35 years in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

You are not alone

We are here to listen to you and
support you. We won’t judge you
and most importantly we will
believe you.

news-briefing-reports-nsvss News, Briefings & Reports

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We're looking for dedicated Crisis Support Workers, Hub Support Workers, and Counsellors to join us in providing support to survivors of sexual violence.
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