You Are Not Alone

At WMRSASC we have dedicated specialist services and support for children and young people.

We Believe, We Understand, We Listen

WMRSASC is here for anyone who has been affected by sexual violence at anytime in their lives. We support people of all ages, genders and faiths and their families.

Help us, help you

As a local charity we rely on your help to reach more survivors of sexual violence and their families. Your generous donation will go towards our frontline specialist services which we provide free of charge.

We Believe, We Understand, We Listen

Our Services

WMRSASC is a registered charity, we aim to provide crucial specialist front-line support, independent advocacy, counselling, help and information, for those affected by any form of sexual violence.

Children & Young People

WMRSASC works with children and young people, aged between 5-18 years, who have been directly or indirectly impacted by sexual abuse.

 

About Us

WMRSASC offers specialist support to the victims of rape and sexual violence. Services are free, confidential and non-judgemental and available to survivors who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives.

Whatever stage you’re at after rape or sexual assault, whether you are already receiving support from WMRSASC, or if you’re a family member or friend, you may find the following information and resources helpful.

Help Us Help You

WMRSASC is dependent upon fundraising and donations to continue to exist.

Latest from Jocelyn Anderson, CEO

Blog Entry April 2024

Latest from Jocelyn Anderson, CEO, West Mercia Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre (WMRSASC) as part of a regular column in the Worcester News. LAST month Andrea Jenkyns, MP for Morley and Outwood, spoke in parliament about her belief that, as a mother of a primary...

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Blog Entry March 2024

Latest from Jocelyn Anderson, CEO, West Mercia Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre (WMRSASC) as part of a new regular column in the Worcester News. NORMALLY, when either WMRSASC or I appear in the news it is about a lack of, or cut, in funding (a constant struggle)...

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