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If you’re aged between 13 and 18 and think you’ve experienced sexual violence at any time, we’re here for you. It doesn’t matter how long ago it was or who it was that hurt you. You can speak to one of our support workers even if you’re not sure that what happened to you was sexual violence.

Our specially trained support workers can:

  • Help you understand and make sense of what happened to you
  • Provide you with a confidential space to feel heard and safe
  • Provide information and resources to help you cope
  • Help you develop effective coping strategies

You can go at your own pace. There’s never any pressure to talk about anything you don’t feel ready to talk about.

Everything you tell us is confidential. We’ll only share information if we think there’s a serious risk to you or someone else. If we ever do have to share information about you, it will be to keep you safe, and we’ll always talk to you about it first.

Getting in touch

Getting support is always your choice. You can contact our Connect Live service by phone or live chat. Call us for free on 08088 00 00 14 or access the live chat through the Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis website here.

Both services are available Monday – Friday between 11am and 2pm and Monday – Wednesday between 5.30pm – 7.30pm. When you contact us, we will believe and support you.

Our drop-in service isn’t available just now. It’s run by Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis. Check the Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis website for updates.