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Organisation: RSVP (Rape and Sexual Violence Project)

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RSVP (Rape and Sexual Violence Project)

We support and inspire children, women and men affected by sexual violence and abuse to make positive meaningful changes and live a future with hope and confidence.

RSVP is a specialist sexual violence survivor support organisation, based in Birmingham. We have been supporting clients with our empathic services since 1978.

As anybody can be affected by sexual violence, our services are freely available to women and men from the age of 5 upwards. RSVP services include;

- Adult and child counselling, available seven days a week,
- Outreach counselling at four community locations in Birmingham and Solihull, increasing the accessibility of our services in the wide geographical area that we cover,
- Adult and child advocacy, where clients are supported practically and emotionally, for example, through the criminal justice system and sexual health services,
- Telephone helpline, open seven days a week,
- Self-help services, including a monthly self-help support group and written self-help information in a number of languages,
- Social groups, where survivors can meet and socialise, to reduce feelings of isolation.

We also provide training for external organisations on the effects and impact of sexual violence and abuse.

Pathways Covered

Domestic Abuse, Sexual Abuse and Sex Work

Overview

At RSVP, we believe that everyone deserves a life free from sexual violence and abuse. We offer confidential, empathic services to support and inspire children, women and men who have been affected by sexual violence and abuse to make positive, meaningful changes for a hopeful and confident future.

What we do

We provide compassionate, confidential and free services to people living in Birmingham and Solihull.  We work in ways that recognise your rights and know that survivors come from all walks of life.  We are committed to equality regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnance and maternity, race, religion and belief, sexual orientation or sex.

Our services include:-

Adult counselling, available 7 days a week

Outreach counselling at 4 community locations in Birmingham and Solihull.

Adult and child advocacy, including specialist LGBT ISVAs (Independent Sexual Violence Advocates) to meet the needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) community.

Telephone helpline, where our trainied helpline workers will listen and support you and help you with any decision you want to make, and build up your coping skills.

Self-help services, including our Cope and Recover Group where you will be able to build up your coping skills, a monthly self-help support group, and written self-help information available in a number of languages to download from our website, or as a paper copy.

Social Groups, where survivors can meet and socialise to reduce feelings of isolation.

Coffee Mornings where you can meet people and learn useful coping strategies in a friendly and safe environment.

If you have been affected by sexual abuse at any time in your life, you can access our free services. Get in touch with us to find out how we can support you.

Where we do it

Birmingham city centre, and a few other locations around Birmingham and Solihull for outreach counselling.

How to access

Telephone: 0121 643 0301

Telephone helpline: 0121 643 4136

Email:
info@rsvporg.co.uk -  for general enquiries, including counselling  
isva@rsvporg.co.uk - for adult and children's advocacy 

Website:
www.rsvporg.co.uk

Postal address:

RSVP
PO Box 9558
Birmingham
B4 7QE

Postcode for sat nav and our actual location:

B2 5RS

Mental and physical health

Overview

At RSVP, we believe that everyone deserves a life free from sexual violence and abuse. We offer confidential, empathic services to support and inspire children, women and men who have been affected by sexual violence and abuse to make positive, meaningful changes for a hopeful and confident future.

What we do

We provide compassionate, confidential and free services to people living in Birmingham and Solihull.  We work in ways that recognise your rights and know that survivors come from all walks of life.  We are committed to equality regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnance and maternity, race, religion and belief, sexual orientation or sex.

Our services include:-

Adult counselling, available 7 days a week

Outreach counselling at 4 community locations in Birmingham and Solihull.

Adult and child advocacy, including specialist LGBT ISVAs (Independent Sexual Violence Advocates) to meet the needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) community.

Telephone helpline, where our trainied helpline workers will listen and support you and help you with any decision you want to make, and build up your coping skills.

Self-help services, including our Cope and Recover Group where you will be able to build up your coping skills, a monthly self-help support group, and written self-help information available in a number of languages to download from our website, or as a paper copy.

Social Groups, where survivors can meet and socialise to reduce feelings of isolation.

Coffee Mornings where you can meet people and learn useful coping strategies in a friendly and safe environment.

If you have been affected by sexual abuse at any time in your life, you can access our free services. Get in touch with us to find out how we can support you.

Where we do it

Birmingham city centre, and a few other locations around Birmingham and Solihull for outreach counselling.

How to access

Telephone: 0121 643 0301

Telephone helpline: 0121 643 4136

Email:
info@rsvporg.co.uk -  for general enquiries, including counselling  
isva@rsvporg.co.uk - for adult and children's advocacy 

Website:
www.rsvporg.co.uk

Postal address:

RSVP
PO Box 9558
Birmingham
B4 7QE

Postcode for sat nav and our actual location:

B2 5RS

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