About Moray Rape Crisis
We also provide advice and support to staff in other agencies who are working with those affected by sexual violence.
As well as supporting survivors and others, we aim to prevent sexual violence by raising awareness, challenging myths and campaigning. From April 2019 we will also have a prevention worker, working with young people and delivering the evidence based RCS prevention pack. You can find out more about Rape Crisis Scotland campaigns and Prevention Work.
We are part of Rape Crisis Scotland and the network of local rape crisis centres across Scotland. We comply with the service standards for RCS member centres. Centres across Scotland offer many different services. Because we are part of this network, we can put people in touch with other member centres for support, for example if you need to attend a High Court or forensic services outwith Moray.
All rape crisis centres and the RCS Helpline are staffed by fully-trained paid and unpaid women workers.
We aim to be inclusive and welcoming to all regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, gender identity, intersex status or sexual orientation.
We believe that anyone who has experienced sexual violence, regardless of their gender, ethnicity, culture or sexual orientation, is entitled to non-judgemental and confidential support.
We believe that no-one, regardless of behaviour, dress or lifestyle, is to blame for the violation which they experienced.
We believe that everyone should adopt a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to any form of sexual violence.