Trafford Rape Crisis

Trafford Rape Crisis (TRC) provides free support – for women, by women – in relation to incidents of rape, sexual abuse or unwanted sex, no matter when or where is happened. TRC will listen, support and believe you.

Getting Support

Telephone: 0800 783 4608

The phone helpline is open:
Tuesday evening: 6pm to 9pm
Thursday evening: 6pm to 9pm
Sunday afternoon: 3pm to 6pm

Black Asian and minoritised ethnic (BAME) women’s helpline:
0800 434 6484
 

If you would prefer to speak to a black or Asian woman, our BAME phone line is open:
NEW TIMES:
Thursday evening: 6pm to 9pm
Friday morning: 10am to 1pm
Sunday afternoon: 3pm-6pm 

 

Email: dorothytrc@hotmail.co.uk

or if you’d prefer to email a black or Asian worker: dorothy.bme@hotmail.co.uk
You can email at any time of the day or night and we will write back as soon as we can. If you are feeling bad and want to just type out the feelings then don’t worry, that’s fine, send them to us. You can email us as often as helps you. We reply as soon as we can, usually within two to three days.

 

In an emergency
Call 999 to get help from the emergency services.

Safety planning
If you are worried about your safety please look at this safety planning advice from Independent Choices website.    This safety planning checklist from the American website Sylvia’s Place can help you plan for your safety.  We can talk to you about keeping safe either on the phoneline or by email.

Further help

We have a variety of support leaflets available for you to download on our Leaflets page.

There are links to other organisations who offer support on our Resources page.

 

Trafford Rape Crisis, Unit 314, Peel House, 30 The Downs, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 2PX

 

Twitter: @traffordrc

Facebook: facebook.com/traffordrapecrisis