Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis are here to support women and girls in the Glasgow and Clyde area who have experienced rape or sexual violence.

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis are here to support women and girls in the Glasgow and Clyde area who have experienced rape or sexual violence. Whether it happened to you recently or at any time in your past, we listen without judgement and provide the help you need.

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Get Help

We provide advice and support to survivors and others affected by rape and sexual violence. This includes an advocacy service for those who want to, or have reported, an assault.

Get in Touch

Whether it has just happened to you or happened a while ago, we’re here for you. There are many ways you can get in touch to access our advice and support.

Get Involved

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis relies on donations and volunteers to help us offer our services. If you’re interested in volunteering with us or fundraising for us, we’d love to hear from you.

Training and Consultancy

We offer training, consultancy, and prevention services to education establishments, youth groups and the public and private sector. Together, we can prevent sexual violence.

%

of women over 16
in Scotland

have experienced sexual assault

Every
7 minutes

a woman is raped in the UK

women & girls
are helped

by GCRC each year

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis (GCRC) services focus on three key areas:

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis offer free, anonymous help for survivors of rape and sexual assault.

Triage & Survivor Support

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis offers free, anonymous help for survivors of rape and sexual assault. Our specially trained staff are here to listen, support and advise without judgement.

You will be believed.

We help you to cope, survive and ultimately move on from what happened to you. Whether an assault has just happened or took place many years ago, we’re here for you.

While most of our services are for women and girls in the Glasgow and Clyde area, we also offer support to UK citizens who are abroad and who have been raped or sexually assaulted.

Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis offers a justice service for survivors who are considering reporting or have reported an assault.

Justice & Community Support

We offer a justice service for survivors who are considering reporting or have reported an assault.

We can guide you through the decisions you need to make about whether to report a rape or sexual assault to the police and what to expect if you do.

We’re also here to help you through the process if your case goes to court.

It can take a long time to go through the court process and our Advocates stay alongside survivors for as long as it takes.

To help prevent sexual violence, we offer training and education to schools, youth groups, colleges and universities and public sector organisations.

Consultancy & Training Support

Founded back in 1976, our mission is to create a society where women and girls are equal, and free from all forms of sexual violence.

To help prevent sexual violence, we offer training and education to schools, youth groups, colleges and universities and public sector organisations.

Open to anyone in these organisations, we educate people to understand sexual consent, sexual coercion, and the influence of gender socialisation in relationships.

We also offer first responder and bystander training for universities and colleges.