We are still here to help you but we have adjusted the way you can get support and information.
Due to Coronavirus and social distancing guidelines, we are unfortunately unable to provide drop-in services or any face to face sessions until further notice. We will provide updated information on this as soon as we know more. If you would like support or information we have staff available to talk with you over the phone on 08088 00 00 14 between 11am and 4pm on weekdays until further notice. You can also email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be aware that it may take longer than usual to respond to your email enquiry. You can also contact us on instant messaging from the home page of our website. If you would like a video call using Skype you can find us at Glasgow Clyde Rape Crisis or Facetime finding us at email@example.com. For non-support enquiries please call our office between 11am and 4pm on 0141 552 3201.
Glasgow & Clyde Rape Crisis (GCRC) provides support and advocacy services to women and girls from age 13 years who are survivors of any form of sexual violence, abuse or sexual exploitation, no matter when this has happened in their lives.
GCRC are starting a new Volunteer training programme at the end of August 2021. We are looking for women to support survivors of sexual violence on our Connect Live helpline.
We are committed to ensuring that our volunteers reflect survivors within the communities that we serve and actively encourage older, BME, disabled women & women from the LGBTI community to apply.
You must have availability around the hours of 10.15am to 2.15pm and/or 5.15pm until 7.45pm. If you have any questions or to arrange an information appointment please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org We are a woman only service, covered by the occupational requirement exemption under the Equality Act 2010.
Glasgow & Clyde Rape Crisis are starting a new Volunteer training programme in May 2019. We are looking for women to support survivors of sexual violence on our Connect Live helpline.
We are committed to ensuring that our volunteers reflect survivors within the communities that we serve and actively encourage older, BME, disabled women & women from the LGBTI community to apply. You must have availability around the hours of 10.15am to 2.15pm and/or 5.15pm until 7.45pm. Please get in touch if you have any questions: email@example.com.
Join us at our open evening
Please come along to find out more and to discover what it means to be a Volunteer at our centre and chat to women who have already been through the training programme.
We're delighted to announce that the restrictions to our services have now been lifted and we're fully operational again. Our waiting list has been re-opened and our Rosey drop-in has also re-opened. The Rosey drop-in is open every Thursday between 4pm and 7pm and you can turn up without an appointment to be seen privately, one to one with a trained member of staff.
If you have any questions about our services please call 08088 00 00 14 for more information.
The Rape Crisis Centre in Glasgow wants to create a community where women and girls are free from all forms of sexual violence and to achieve this within a feminist, equalities and human rights framework.
Our Helpline is the backbone of our service and we rely on volunteers to keep this essential service going. The first phase of our intensive training programme will run between September and December.Are you willing to train on Sundays and Monday evenings?