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Our Services

RoSA provides support for women, men, children and young people from the age of 4 who have experienced rape, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, sexual assault or sexual violence whether present or in the past.

Our services are FREE and we operate in various locations in communities throughout Warwickshire:

Children and Young People

  • Supports children and young people through counselling, advocacy and group work
  • ChISVA – support through the criminal justice system
  • Schools, colleges and university counselling service
  • Prevention & protection initiatives

Counselling

  • Face-to-face confidential counselling and psychotherapy
  • Individual and group counselling for family members, carers and partners
  • Pre-trial therapy
  • Online counselling and support service
  • Drop in service

Independent Sexual Violence Advisor Support

  • Provides support throughout the criminal justice process
  • Practical advice, mediation & signposting

Short Trauma-informed Guidance Courses

  • A series of short support courses
  • Supports the improvement of general well being and development of coping strategies.

Support Groups

  • Provide a safe and confidential environment
  • Reduce the feelings of isolation
  • Form connections with other people with similar experiences

Helpline – 01788 551151

If you have been affected by any form of sexual abuse, our Helpline, 01788 551151 is available during weekdays and is manned by specially trained staff offering support to survivors, partners, families and carers who have been affected directly or indirectly by rape, sexual abuse and child sexual exploitation (CSE).

However, if you need to talk to someone immediately and our line is busy, you can also call the Samaritans on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org.uk or text SHOUT to 85258 (24/7 crisis text support)

Specialist Training & Workshops

  • Volunteer Training
  • Training for counsellors and support workers
  • Training, supervision and support for frontline professionals
  • Safety awareness, information, workshops in schools, colleges and community centres