This is affecting us all at work and at home. We’re working hard to keep services running and will focus our efforts on the most critical elements. In doing so disruption to many services is likely.Read our latest update
For anyone in the city who may be a victim of domestic abuse and violence, coronavirus can bring frightening and lonely times.
The Safe to Talk helpline is available Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm and Saturday to Sunday, 10am - 1pm. For support call 0800 111 4998.
The Coventry Rape and Sexual Assault Centre (CRASAC) work with women, men and children from five years old who have been raped or abused at any time in their lives. They aim to address the trauma and injustice of sexual violence and abuse through the provision of specialist services and to promote the needs and voices of victims and survivors through training and awareness-raising.
Due to the Coronavirus and potential health implications, Coventry Rape and Sexual Assault Centre (CRASAC) has changed the way its works to make sure it can do everything it can to keep clients, staff and their families safe and well and do its part to prevent the spread of the virus.
It is no longer offering face-to-face support and all clients will now have been contacted to be given their options for future support. Various digital and telephone options are available to make sure it can maintain support.
Contact details: To make a referral, contact their helpline on 02476 277 777 and leave a message on the answer machine or email [email protected].