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Support following Sexual Assault

If you have serious injuries or are in danger please call 999 or visit an Emergency Department immediately

If you have been sexually assaulted recently you may wish to report it to the police, to access a forensic examination or consider medication to reduce the chance of an unplanned pregnancy or STI.

Please read information here about what action to take after a sexual assault
Recent Rape and Sexual Assault – Rape Crisis South LondonRape Crisis South London ( )
Please consider reporting to the police if you feel able to do so – the police can then help you access care
How to report rape and sexual assault | The Met)
If you wish to access a forensic examination (and be provided with emergency medication) please visit
  The Havens / Solace – Supporting the victims of Rape or Serious Sexual Assault (

If none of the above are appropriate for you, if you require emergency medication, have any other questions or wish to discuss what to do please contact us. We can offer emergency appointments (see call centre opening hours below).

We no longer run a walk-in service however, we still offer same day emergency appointments and appointments in the week including evenings.

Please call the clinic on the call centre number below before attending and we can then ensure to book you into the correct appointment type.