Supporting people in Northamptonshire for over 30 years.
Sexual offences recorded nationally by the police in the year ending March 2016 - the highest since 2002.
The number of people who experience sexual violence who choose to report to the police.
Whether you were assaulted last night or abused fifty years ago, we exist to support you through the recovery process – from helping you if you’re in crisis, to providing long-term counselling to help you move on.
Run by an all-female team, we provide a women-and-girls-only safe space to help you feel safe and secure following abuse or assault. We’re also proud to have extended our support services to males of all ages, and offer men and boys the help and support they need following sexual abuse or assault.
Updated 4pm, 17th March 2020 – Service message in response to Government advice around Corona Virus/Covid-19
NRC would like to reassure anyone accessing our service that we are still operational and will continue to support those who need our help.
We would encourage anyone seeking support to call our office line on 01604 250721 or our helpline on 0300 222 59 30.
Everyone’s health and safety is our priority and we are continuing to take as many precautions as we can to ensure that illness and infections are not spread. Where possible we will move face-to-face support to online/telephone sessions with the client’s permission. This will be done on a case-by-case basis to ensure that the therapeutic process is maintained.
If you have any questions, please call the office on 01604 250721 or email us at [email protected] . We will be contacting all of our clients in the meantime to discuss their own personal options.
Thank you for your co-operation at this time.
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