COPING AFTER RAPE & SEXUAL ASSAULT

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Coping After Rape and Sexual Assault

 

Take things at your own pace. There is no right or wrong about how long it can take to come to terms with something like this.

It can be hard to look after ourselves when we are going through a traumatic time, but it is important to try to eat and sleep as well as you can. Everything can seem much harder to cope with when you are tired and run down.

You don’t have to cope alone.

Share your thoughts and feelings about your experience with a trusted friend or family member, partner or another survivor.

You can also speak in confidence to a trained rape crisis support worker on Rape Crisis Helpline or at Fife Rape and Sexual Assault Centre.

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RAPE CRISIS HELPLINE: 08088 01 03 02 available daily 6pm till midnight
Scottish Charity No. SC033050

NEWS & INFORMATION

Confidentiality Information

Complaints Leaflet

How to leave quickly and cover your tracks

Volunteer Directors Vacancies

ABOUT RAPE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT

Rape & Sexual Assault

Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Feelings after Rape & Sexual Assault

Health after Rape & Sexual Assault

Coping after Rape & Sexual Assault

Sexual Harassment at Work

Rape by Partner

Male Rape

Drug Assisted Rape

Ritual Abuse

Stalking

Flashbacks

Self Harm & Self Injury

Police and Court Procedures

HOW WE CAN HELP

How we can help survivors

Young Person's Project

Information for family & friends

Workers from other Agencies

HELP CENTRE

Self Help Booklets

Useful Links

Useful Numbers

FAQs