Sexual Assault

It is important that you try and speak to someone as soon as possible if you have been sexually assaulted. This could be the Police, your GP, a sexual health services, EmergencyDepartment or Rape crisis. They will help you decide what to do next

  • Going to the police does not mean that you have to give a statement or be examined. However the Police can advise you of what options there are
  • If you have been injured and need emergency care you should attend the Emergencey department

 Cervical Screening for Survivors of Rape & Sexual Assault

Cervical screening (smear tests) for people who have experienced rape or sexual violence and are due (or overdue) for their test.

A referral doesn’t need to come from a medical professional and it's open to all women and trans men living in the West of Scotland.

Appointments are available on one Saturday each month and the clinics are staffed by clinicians and support workers who are trained to work with women who have experienced sexual violence. The service is based in Sandyford, 2-6 Sandyford Place, Glasgow, G3 7NB.

We offer tea and biscuits, and do everything we can to help women feel calm and in a good frame of mind. Someone from our team can discuss your needs, and how we can make sure you are as comfortable as possible throughout the test.

Phone 0141 278 2517

For more information visit http://www.mybodybackproject.com/

To book an appointment, please use the following link

 

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