If you are a boy or man who has been raped or sexually assaulted we can help you. All the staff at the Saint Mary’s Centre are highly trained and skilled. They have extensive knowledge and experience in supporting men and boys who have been raped or sexually assaulted.
We understand how difficult it can be to talk about your experience and seek help and support. We can reassure you that you will be treated with dignity and respect throughout. We will help you recover from the physical and emotional effects of the assault.
We offer support to clients with various backgrounds and needs including disabilities, offending history etc please speak to our team if you would like to know more.
“After an awful experience, I cant think of a better person to speak with”
“ Thank you for all your support. It’s been really good for me to have someone to talk to after all these years”
You will be able to access our full range of services. These include:
A 24 hour advice and information line 061 276 6515
You can access our services either via Police or you can contact us directly. You can also be referred to our services through another agency as long they have your consent.
If you report your assault to the Police, you should automatically be offered the Centre’s services as part of their response to sexual violence.
You can use our services without making a report to the Police or we can support you if and when you do what to speak to the Police.
We work closely with other support services including We Are Survivors who can help with counselling support. We also have a male counsellor.
There are a number of organisations which you may find useful, these organisations provide assistance with legal advice, peer support and much more
Further details about these organisations can be found here
Anonymous feedback can be left here:
Click here for the feedback form
Join our consultation group. More details can be found in the form below:
If you wish to contact us directly you can via:
Phone: 0161 276 6515
Male Engagement Statistics
“Pie chart demonstrating quantity of males who have accessed the services at Saint Mary’s SARC, either through Forensic medical examination (FME ) or the ISVA service.”