Information and Resources
What is an ISVA?
Independent Sexual Violence Advocates (ISVAs) offer practical and emotional support to anyone who has been raped or sexually assaulted, recently or in the past, and help you to access other available support services to address both short and long-term needs.
What is a ChISVA?
A ChISVA is someone who provides help and support to children and young people who have experienced sexual violence.
We can answer any questions that you or your family might have.
We can offer face-to-face sessions and can support you over the telephone or text if this works better for you.
ISVA Service Guide
CAPRCP offers practical information and advocacy support for survivors of sexual violence through its Independent Sexual Violence Advocate (ISVA) service. The adult ISVA service works with people aged 19 and over and the Children and Young People’s ISVA (ChISVA) supports survivors aged 18 and under, and their families where appropriate.
Self Help Guide
This self-help guide is for survivors of rape or sexual abuse who want to understand and process their own personal reactions to their experience. When you have suffered rape or sexual abuse it can affect how you think, how you feel, how you behave and how you see the world.
Supporting family and friends guide
This guide is for family and friends supporting a person of any gender or sexual orientation, who has been affected by sexual violence, recently or in the past.
Useful contact numbers and organisations
Information & Resources
What is Sexual Violence
PRCCG offer a confidential Helpline for women and girls who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time of their lives.