Click here or press the Escape key to leave this site now
Need to speak to someone?
Call our helpline on 08088 00 00 14

What is support?

We can help you talk through your feelings in a safe, non-judgmental space.

At the Rosey Project we recognise how difficult it can be to tell someone about what you’ve gone through. That’s why getting support isn’t about going into detail or going over exactly what happened. It’s about getting the chance to talk through your feelings in a safe, non-judgmental space. Your support worker won’t tell you what to do or how to feel. We will listen to you, believe you and help you make your own decisions.

Support sessions usually last around an hour. Some survivors like to spend that hour talking; others will use art, writing or other creative approaches to exploring how they feel. It’s your time and you can choose how you’d like to use it.

We also run a twelve-week support group for young women which you can join after having one-to-one support at the Rosey Project or elsewhere. Group support is a bit more structured than one-to-one sessions, but the goals are similar. This is a chance to meet other young survivors and share your experiences in a safe, confidential space.

You deserve support. You don’t need to go through this alone. For more information please call our helpline on 08088 00 00 14. You can also use our instant chat from the home page of the Glasgow & Clyde Rape Crisis website during helpline times. The helpline is open 7 days between 11am and 2pm and Monday to Thursday evenings between 5:30 & 7:30pm.

Support us »

Learn what you can do to support the Rosey Project’s work.

Contact us »

Find out all the ways you can get in touch.

Find out more »

For more information, you can visit the Rape Crisis Centre Glasgow website.

Loading