It happened a while ago
Many of the survivors we support at Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis experienced rape or sexual assault in the past.
The impact of what happened can last a long time. That’s why there’s no time limit on when you can receive help from us. We’re here whenever you need us.
The emotions you feel after rape or sexual assault can make you unsure about how to get help. You might feel shock, fear, hopelessness, guilt and other effects such as anxiety, anger or sleeplessness.
Talking to us can help.
Contact Connect Live Helpline and Messaging Service for free specialist advice on the help available to you.
Support to report an incident
You can report a rape or sexual assault to the police even if it happened a while ago. It’s your choice whether you want to report something that happened in your past. We can guide you through your options if you’re unsure what to do.
If you decide you want to report what happened to you, you don’t have do it alone. Our expert Independent Advocacy Workers are here to give you advice, guidance and support at every step of the way. And if you’ve already been in touch with the police, we’re still able to help.
Link to Connect Live or to make a referral to our advocacy.