Sexual assault or abuse can happen to anyone at any time.
It may be a one-off event or happen repeatedly.
The NHS are making it clear that they are here, and you can turn to them for medical, emotional or practical support at your nearest sexual assault referral centre.
- More than half of people do not come forward for help after sexual assault or abuse.
- The NHS want to make it clear: they are here for support and you can turn to them for specialist help.
- SARCs provide a safe space and dedicated care for people who have been raped, sexually assaulted or abused.
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