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 The Survivors Trust (TST) National UK

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PostSubject: The Survivors Trust (TST) National UK   Wed Jul 16, 2014 3:19 am


helpline coming soon

Twitter @survivorstrust

"There's no excuse for rape or sexual abuse. National umbrella agency for 135+ voluntary sector specialist support agencies."

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The above link is to the webpage which gives access to
"details of TST member agencies in your area"
"details of National Helplines and useful websites."

If you are a survivor who needs some practical support or advice, or if you are going through a legal process, the link above will give access to help you find your most local Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) service.

Additionally, a list of Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARCs) can also be found on the link. "A SARC provides services to victims of rape or sexual assault regardless of whether the victim reports the offence to the police or not."

From their website -
"The Survivors Trust (TST) is a national umbrella agency for over 135 specialist rape, sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse support organisations throughout the UK and Ireland.

Our Trustee Board is exclusively made up of Managers and Directors of rape and sexual abuse support services. Our core aim is to empower survivors or rape, sexual violence or childhood sexual abuse through supporting and improving effective responses to survivors. Member organisations provide a range of direct services to survivors including counselling, support, helplines and advocacy services for women, men and children.

We provide support and networking for member agencies; deliver accredited training; raise awareness about rape and sexual abuse and its effect on survivors, their supporters and society at large; promote effective responses to rape and sexual abuse on a local, regional and national level.

TST supports working in ways that recognise human rights and dignity; demonstrate understanding of the role of gender in the impact of sexual violence and abuse on women and men; appreciate the variety of human experience and culture; demonstrate a commitment to showing justice in dealing with all others; and encourage development and improvement of responses to all survivors.

The TST Mission Statement…
We believe that the rape and sexual violence of children and adults is endemic within our society. Together we are committed to empowering survivors and their supporters to work through and beyond the experience of abuse.

The TST Core Belief…
We believe that the sexual abuse and/or rape of girls, boys, women and men is preventable and we challenge society to acknowledge both its reality and our individual and collective responsibility for it.

The TST Core Aims…
To support and empower survivors of rape, sexual violence and/or childhood sexual abuse through

Providing a collective voice and peer networking for members;
Raising awareness about sexual abuse and/or rape and its effects on survivors, their supporters and society at large
Informing acknowledgement of, and effective responses to, rape and sexual abuse on a local, regional and national level"
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