Information and Support for Professionals
At RASASH, we believe that we all have a role to play in challenging, preventing and eradicating sexual violence. Given the prevalence of sexual violence you may well find yourself working with a survivor in your professional role. There may be areas of the work you’re finding difficult or are unfamiliar with.
As part of our commitment to work with others to improve the way society, organisations and agencies respond to survivors of sexual violence, RASASH offers professional consultation and training for anyone who is working with survivors, their friends and/or family.
Our free professional consultation and information about can be accessed by phone, email and/ or face to face to support you and your work with a survivor. Call us on 03330 066909 (Mon, Wed and Fri 0930-1300, Tues and Thurs 1300-1630) or email us on email@example.com.
Depending on the specifics of your request, we can also offer bespoke training on many aspects of sexual violence. We would usually, though not always, charge you for this.
RASASH believes that ending sexual violence benefits everybody, and that everyone has a responsibility to work towards a world where this is a reality.
How to refer someone to RASASH for support or advocacy
If you would like to make a referral on behalf of someone who has been affected by sexual violence (a survivor) please follow the steps below.
Call or email RASASH for an Agency Referral Form (firstname.lastname@example.org or 01463 257657)
Complete the Agency Referral Form with the survivor present and have them sign the form to signify their consent to be referred.
Email the signed Agency Referral Form to RASASH at the confidential email address provided on the form
RASASH will contact the survivor within 48 working hours of receiving the signed referral form.
We require signed or verbal consent from the survivor in order to follow up with any referral made on their behalf. If you have the survivor with you at the time of referral we can take a referral for them over the phone with their verbal consent.