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I couldn't find the words to tell anyone what my step-father did to me and I thought I'd be trapped in a dark place forever. Coming to drama therapy has help me express myself in a different way and I realised that I wasn’t the one who betrayed the family, it was my step father.

I put my life back together and now I’m running my own thriving business with my husband

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669000 adults are sexually assaulted in England and Wales every year

To protect the privacy of our clients, actors play the survivors role. However, all scripts are genuine and stories are true. Safeline wish to thank the actors taking part in our videos, helping us to raise awareness of rape and sexual abuse.

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Safeline is an independent and non-discriminatory charity that provides specialist, tailored support for anyone affected by sexual abuse and rape and works to prevent CSE with children and young people at risk.
We support everyone regardless of age, gender/gender identity, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status, ethnicity, religion/faith, pregnancy and maternity status or disability or position in life, as well as families and friends of people who have been abused. We do this by providing a wide range of services that meets the diverse needs of all our clients and offer’s them choice on how they want to access that support. Our services are free, unlimited and available to everyone, whether or not the abuse has been reported and regardless of when it happened.

Whether you have a physical impairment, learning disability or any other condition, Safeline is here to support you.  We aim to provide information, support and advice that is accessible to everyone and have a range of services that help to remove the barriers to accessing support.


We can offer:

  • Accessible buildings if you have difficulty with mobility or are a wheelchair user at our counselling service in Stratford upon Avon.

We may also be able to offer the following services dependent upon funding.

  • Counselling services online or via the telephone if getting out of the house or travelling is difficult for you.
  • Counselling services by email or text message if you are Deaf or if speaking or hearing is difficult for you.

Please let us know your needs and how we can support you in accessing our services.

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