Nottinghamshire Sexual Violence Support Services (Formerly known as Nottinghamshire Rape Crisis Centre)
30 Chaucer Street, Nottingham
Contact 30 Chaucer Street, Nottingham
Email: No email address available
Phone: 0115 941 0440 - helpline 0115 947 0064 - office
Women and girls over 14 and over or concerned friends/family can contact us for emotional and practical support. No problem is too small or unimportant if it is causing worry and distress. NRCC acknowledges that sexual violence can also affect men and can now offer them the ISVA service. Men cannot be seen at NRCC but we offer another safe environment where they can. In the future men will be able to attend Nottingham Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC).
We provide a telephone helpline, face to face support and counselling, accompanying and support service to hospitals, police and courts.
Contact Longfellow Drive Worksop
Phone: 0115 9773758 or 0300 500 80 80
Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 lockdown all groups at the Children’s Centres are currently suspended. As soon as we can re-open we’ll post our timetable here and let families know via our Facebook page
Information about local services for children, young people and their families including child care and help available to pay for it.
Children’s Centres can offer one to one or group support with:
- the emotional health of you or your child
- playing with your child
- children’s behaviour
- domestic abuse
- children’s development, including listening and communication
- feeding your child
- increasing your confidence and help to get a job
- preparing for a baby
We can give you information about other services, and our groups are a great place to meet other parents and carers with young children. There are also lots of volunteering opportunities - ask at your local Children's Centre or use the contact details below to find out more
Training opportunities for parents/carers delivered by local colleges and other training providers
Tailored packages of support are available if required
Provides a fun, safe place for children to play and develop, a place for families to talk to each other. This could be in the centre, community venue or local toddler group.
A chance for all parents including fathers and young parents to get health and parenting advice and support from midwives, health visitors, family support workers and many more
Quality play and early learning experiences provided by children's workers, childminders, day care settings and schools; all supported by a teacher. This includes funded education for all three and four year olds for 12.5 hours per week.
Links with Job Centre Plus if you are considering new opportunities in employment or training , or need advice on benefits
All services aim to be inclusive for children and parents with additional needs, linking with specialist services and early support.
Opportunities to volunteer and be part of the management, planning and evaluation of children's centres and have a say about local services.
Stay and Play, Monday 9.00-10.30am
Come along to one of our play sessions, with a variety of activities for your children (0 up to 5 years) to enjoy whilst learning and developing important skills.
Under 1s Group, Wednesday 1.30-3.00pm
BABES Breastfeeding Group, Thursday 9.30-11.30am
Come along and meet other breastfeeding and pregnant women, you can also receive support from a trained Breastfeeding Peer Supporter.
Monday 9.00am – 12.00pm
The Children’s Centre can also offer support with:
- Meeting other parents/carers
- Emotional health
- Children’s development
- Children’s behaviour
- Children’s emotional health
- Playing with your child
- Domestic abuse
- Family life
- Preparing for a baby
- Understanding your child
- Feeding your baby/child
- Financial advice and support
- Help to get a job
- Volunteering with us
- Increasing your confidence
- Signposting to other services
- Listening and communications
Parents/carers can request support by speaking to staff at the Children’s Centres or in groups or telephoning
Survivors Helping Each other (SHE)
1 Byron Street Mansfield Nottinghamshire
To provide a variety of self help based support for young people & women over the age of 16 years who are survivors of sexual abuse. To promote public education and awareness of long term effects of sexual abuse.
Contact 1 Byron Street Mansfield Nottinghamshire
Phone: 01623 622 916
COVID-19 Virus Charity Update
We are closing the Lounges and all face-to face therapy in line with the government’s advice on social distancing, but we are committed to maintaining counselling and support through digital contact or by phone where possible. The position of the government and the measures in place are changing daily so we will stay in touch and be clear about what it means for our charity and for you, our service users.
Please keep in regular contact with your key worker/ therapist via Skype or by telephone during this time. Rachael will be in touch with everyone who attends the Lounge to discuss further measures, including group support. Your therapist will be in touch to organise continued therapy in whatever method suits you best.
Stay safe, everyone, and bear with us as we try to maintain your support in this difficult time.
Survivors Helping Each other (SHE) provides the following support services:
- Provides services for females only
- Information service
- Support service
Survivors Helping Each other (SHE) provides the above services to women who suffered any of the following types of abuse in childhood:
- Emotional abuse
- Physical abuse
- Sexual abuse
To provide a variety of self help based support for young people & women over the age of 16yrs who are survivors of sexual abuse. To promote public education and awareness of long term effects of sexual abuse. We offer mutual support, drop in and crisis support, befriending, mentoring, creative therapy, personal development skills, volunteering, skills and literacy.
Weekly drop in and crisis support - first call for details in your area.
Contact School Road Langold Worksop
Our committed, friendly and well-qualified childcare team provides high-quality care and learning opportunities for children aged between 0-11 years. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) with a focus on learning through play and we actively encourage parents to become involved in the life of our setting.
We are open from 7.30am — 6pm Monday to Friday, 51 weeks of the year, excluding bank holidays and three staff training days.
The Ladybirds group is for the 6-week to 2 year olds. This room is calm and inviting, with age-appropriate toys and a dedicated outside play area.
The Caterpillars group is for 2 to 3 year olds. This group is on a steep learning curve with their language and communication and physical development.
The Butterfly group is for the 3 to 5 year olds. This group is playing and learning fast, developing and growing in their understanding. The Butterflies have the free 15-hour entitlement and are reaching their Early Learning Goals ready for school. September 2017 will see us offering 30 hours free childcare for this age.
After-School Club: We have staff running an After-School Club for older children. Activities range from cooking to games in the sensory garden.
Contact 11 Sovereign Court The Highway LONDON E1W 3HH
Phone: 02035 983898
SurvivorsUK can offer a range of support services including counselling and therapy appointments as well as online chat. All services are provided by trained professionals who as specialists in the field of male sexual violence have helped many men to work through their experiences.
SurvivorsUK was established as a service for male survivors, however we are an inclusive service and welcome anyone who identifies as male, trans, non-binary, has identified as male in the past, or anyone who feels that we are the right fit for them.
Support Services close to you:
SRASAC (Sheffield) offers Helpline and Counselling to men and boys aged 13 years and above, and Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) support to men aged 18 years and above.
Over 20 years experience. Long term experience in working with child and adult survivors, psychosexual issues, couples work, addictive and compulsive behaviours.
The Pit Stop counselling service for men initially provides up to 20 one-to-one counselling sessions (may be extended) within Rotherham Abuse Counselling Service. Any adult male in South Yorkshire can access the service if they wish to resolve issues arising from abuse at any time in their life. (rape, sexual or domestic abuse) . Our specialist counsellors all conform to the ethical standards of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. We do not counsel perpetrators of abuse. Appointments offered weekdays 9-4pm but may be extended later in evening, and Saturdays in future.
Counselling, Independent Sexual Violence Advocacy (ISVA), group work and information.
One to One Counselling / Group Therapy / Drama Therapy / Self-Help Group
Helpline counselling service
Offers a counselling service for males on the following days and times:
Mon from 2-8pm, Tues from 2-8pm, Thurs from 10-1pm, Fri from 10-1pm, Sat from 10-1pm
ISVA service providing one to one advocacy support for male survivors of sexual abuse
Age Group of Male Survivors: Helpline 13 +, ISVA 14+
SHE UK/ MENDing UK Mansfield
A holistic range of support addressing the complex needs of survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Improving the Health & Wellbeing of Bassetlaw Residents through supported access and navigation in to local services and support
Ring 01909 476118 to speak to a local Community Advisor about all of your wellbeing needs
This service is available Monday - Friday 09.00 - 5.00 pm
Or you can email for support 24 hours a day. ( Your email will be picked up by an Advisor the next working day )
You can email. Communityadvisor@bcvs.org.uk
Phone: 0300 500 80 80
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