REMEMBER, IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT.
Go to a place that feels safe. If you can, reach out to a trusted friend. You could ask them to watch this video so they understand how to best support you. If it’s just happened, be aware you might still be in shock, so keep warm.
IF YOU NEED URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION
Call 999 and ask for an ambulance to take you straight to your nearest Accident & Emergency Department.
SARCs have specially trained professionals who can give you medical help and advice. They can also help and support you through your immediate trauma.
You can find your nearest SARC by calling the NHS 111 non-emergency service, speaking to your GP or the Accident & Emergency (A&E) department of your local hospital, or by visiting the NHS Choices website.
OR A SEXUAL HEALTH CLINIC
If you don’t want to go to a SARC itself, you could decide to visit your local sexual health clinic and get tested for sexually transmitted infections so you can be treated if necessary. To find your nearest sexual health clinic, you can visit this page on the NHS website.