CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
Clear is a unique, child centred, therapeutic service working throughout Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, offering support to Children and Young People (CYP) between 0 – 18 years of age who have been traumatised by either direct experience or witnessing sexual, psychological or emotionally abusive relationships. All CLEAR counsellors are BACP registered and have undergone specialist training in child and adolescent therapy.
- individual face to face therapy
- group work
01872 540 366
Telephone 01872 540366
Or visit their website: www.clearsupport.net
A unique service that provides vulnerable young people, who have emotional or mental health problems, with support when they need it most.
Kooth provides users with a free, confidential, safe and above all anonymous way to ask for help. It’s currently available to over half a million 11-25 year olds in England and Wales and is now operational in 15 geographical areas.
If you have been sexually abused or assaulted, are in, or have been in a domestic violence relationship and would like some support, please call on the numbers below.
WOMENS RAPE AND SEXUAL ABUSE CENTRE (WRSAC)
Rape & Sexual Abuse Helpline
Monday to Thursday – 10:00am – 1:00pm
Monday – 7:30pm – 10:00pm
Domestic Violence Support Network
Monday – 7:30pm – 10:00pm
Thursday – 10:00am – 1:00pm
CWRT –Cornwall Women’s Refuge Trust
Cornwall Women’s Refuge Trust provides a safe supportive environment for women and children who have escaped domestic violence.
MEN AND WOMEN
SARC-The Willow Centre
A Sexual Assault Referral Centre is an independent service that can operate 24/7 to assist all victims of Rape and sexual assault, The SARC is a local partnership between the Police, health services and voluntary organisations set up to focus on your immediate support needs.
The SARC can offer medical care and support while also offering the opportunity to assist any Police investigation.
Tel : 01872 272059
Male Refuge for Cornwall – Norda House
What can Norda House offer male victims?
Accommodation: A safe and friendly environment, where men can feel at home. Each person will have their own bedroom with access to shared facilities, including a kitchen and communal lounge.
Support: When victims of domestic violence enter the refuge their self-esteem and confidence may be low due to the abuse and violence they have experienced. To meet their needs we offer support with emotional and practical issues they are facing.
Children: Dependent on availability it may be possible to accommodate victim’s children within the family room at Norda House. They will then have access to services available through the CWRT specialist children’s work.