Something's Not Right
Something's Not Right explains and raises awareness of child sexual exploitation in Warwickshire. They provide information and advice for young people, parents and professionals.
Barnardos Beacon Service
Barnardos have launched a service to support young people 0-19 who have been sexually abused and who live in Warwickshire or the West Midlands. The service will work with young people, their parents/carers and a wide range of professionals to help young people cope and recover from sexual abuse.
- More details and referral information for Barnardos Beacon Service
- Join the Barnardos Beacon Project facebook page
Online Child Sexual Harm
The Marie Collins Foundation (MCF) and the NWG Network are working together to support professionals and parents/carers about the potential for online sexual harm and what to do when things go wrong. They have produced two guides, one for professionals and one for parent/carers:
Safeline is an independent and non-discriminatory charity that provides specialist, tailored support for anyone affected by sexual abuse or rape and works to prevent the sexual exploitation of children.
CRASAC Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre
Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (CRASAC) is a service providing support for women, men and children who have experienced any kind of sexual abuse at any time in their life. Services offered include therapeutic counselling for adults and for children and young people, crisis and advocacy, group therapy and a young person's advisory group. They also have a helpline open from Monday to Friday, 10am - 2pm and Monday to Thursday 6pm - 8pm. The number to call is 024 7627 7777.
NSPCC child sexual exploitation
NSPCC has information and advice to protect and help children and young people.
Blue Sky Centre
Blue Sky Centre is for anyone who has been sexually assaulted and aims to make it easier for victims of rape or sexual assault to come forward for treatment and support.
RoSA is an independent charity offering free confidential support for anyone who has experienced the trauma of rape, sexual abuse or sexual violence. The charity work with women, men, young people and children from the age of five.
Disrespect Nobody is for young people about healthy relationships and respecting each other. It gives information and advice about disrespectful and unacceptable behaviour and abuse and links to organisations that can help.
Stop It Now
Confidential help and support to help prevent child sexual abuse. Sections cover:
- if you are concerned about any individual's thoughts or behaviour
- if you or someone you know may have been abused or exploited
- for professionals looking for advice.
Parents against child sexual exploitation (PACE)
PACE helps parents across the UK understand what is happening to their child and how parents can help their child leave exploitative relationships. They offer:
- one-to-one telephone advice and support to parents
- facilitate meetings with parents who are similarly affected
- advise on rights as parents and on working together with other services such as the police
Rape Crisis England and Wales
Rape Crisis England and Wales provides emotional support, information and self-help tools for women and girls.
Survivors UK is a site for male victims of rape and sexual abuse.
The Survivors Trust
The Survivors Trust offers support and advice for survivors who are living with the consequences of rape or sexual abuse.