At Mayo Rape Crisis Centre, you can get help, advice and support if you have been recently assaulted.
Our recently updated Disclosure Training, developed by Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI) aims to help people know how to respond appropriately and with compassion when someone discloses an experience of sexual violence.
Free Counselling for Survivors
We offer professional, specialised one-to-one counselling to anyone who has experienced any form of sexual violence.
Sexual Assault Treatment Units (SATU)
SATUs provide specialist care for women and men aged 14 years and over who have recently been sexually assaulted or raped. The specialist team of SATU staff provide easily accessible, holistic services which address the medical, psychological and emotional needs and appropriate follow-up care for victims of sexual crime, in a supportive, sensitive manner.
If you would like to find out what reporting a crime of sexual violence would involve and talk it through, we can help you with this.
Free Counselling for Family / Friends
Mayo Rape Crisis Centre also offers free, confidential and specialised information and support sessions for partners, family members and friends so that they may better support survivors.