Peterborough Rape Crisis Care Group (PRCCG)

The only specialist service available for survivors of sexual violence in Peterborough, Fenland and Huntingdonshire 

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An explanation of sexual violence, exploring some of the myths and realities.

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An overview of the services you can access and where you can find help.

supporting us

Help us to continue the work we do through donations, volunteering or by working for PRCCG.

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Support for survivors of sexual violence in our community

Being able to talk about your experience in a safe and non-judgmental environment is how we help survivor of sexual violence. We can provide you with the right level of emotional and practical support you need. Whether it happened in the past or was a relatively recent incident, our specialist staff are here and ready to help you. As a survivor only you know how you feel about your situation. Perhaps you’re that person worried about a family member or friend.

It happened a long time ago, what can I do about it now?

I’m not really sure what happened, but who do I talk to?

It happened recently, but who would believe me?

If you’re unsure or maybe you’re asking these questions, don’t suffer in silence as so many survivors do, get in touch today. You may have other questions and we’re here to help you find those answers but always together.

Find out more
about sexual violence

Find out more about sexual violence

Sexual violence is a broad term that relates to any sexual activity entered into without consent. You may hear different phrases such as rape, sexual assault or abuse and sexual harassment. But they all mean the same, sexual violence, and we’re here to help you whatever has happened to you. It may surprise you to know how common sexual violence is in England and Wales, irrespective of your age or gender.



1 in 4

raped or sexually
assaulted as an adult

1 in 6

sexually abused

1 in 20

raped or sexually
assaulted as an adult

Myths and realities
around sexual violence

Rape and sexual violence are topics many people find difficult to talk about. It’s a subject that can go under the radar because it’s not part of mainstream conversations.

what is
sexual violence?

Sexual violence is an abuse of power by one person over another. It’s any sexual activity that happens without a person’s consent

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Supporting our work

The services we offer are free to survivors at the point of contact. As a charity, we rely on donations to continue our work, and we understand it’s always good to know where your money is spent. Here are just some of the ways your generosity can help us in the work we do in our community.

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