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The National Office for the Prevention of Domestic, Sexual and Gender-based Violence.

An Oifig Náisiúnta um Fhoréigean Baile, Gnéasach agus Inscnebhunaithe a Chosc

  1. Sexual Violence Services for Women and Men

National Services

ServiceDescriptionPhoneHelpline PhoneWebsite Online Contact PointsOpening HoursCatchment Area
Female Genital Mutilation Treatment ServiceOffers Specialised Medical Care and Counselling01 8727088, 01 8742110 0858771342 (phone or text, confidential line)085 8771342www.ifpa.ie   4 Hour drop in clinic on Wednesdays 
One in FourProvides support and resources to women and men who have experienced sexual violence(01) 6624070 www.oneinfour.ie     
Rape Crisis Helpline (operated by Dublin RCC)Provides telephone support and referral to local services for all adult survivors of sexual violence and child sexual abuse1800 778888     24 Hour Service - 365 Days a year  
Rape Crisis Network Ireland - Rape Crisis Help Support Services ofr survivors of sexual violence and those seeking assistance on their behalf. This website provides vital information on sexual assault support services in clear, easy to navigate manner to those who may be urgently seeking it. It includes advice for those who may be feeling threatened, may have experienced sexual violence in the past, or who are seeking help or advice on behalf of others as well as information on child protection. Website includes a section for anyone concerned about another person's aggressive sexual behaviour  www.rapecrisishelp.ie     
Rape Crisis Network Ireland (RCNI)Rape Crisis Network Ireland(RCNI) is a specialist information and resource centre on rape and all forms of sexual violence with a proven capacity in strategic leadership. The RCNI role includes the development and coordination of national projects including expert data collection, supporting Rape Crisis Centres to reach best practice standards, using our expertise to influence national policy and social change. We are the representative, umbrella body for our member Rape Crisis Centres who provide free advice, counselling and support for survivors of sexual abuse in Ireland.091 563676 www.rcni.iefacebook:rapecrisisnetworkireland
twitter: @rcnireland 
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Ruhama Women's ProjectRuhama is a voluntary organisation that works with women involved in prostitution, including those who are victims of sex trafficking and other forms of commercial sexual exploitation.(01) 8360292 ◙ www.ruhama.ie     
Sexual Assault Treatment Unit There are six Sexual Assault Treatment Units (SATUs) in Ireland, in Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Mullingar and Waterford. They provide specialist care for women and men aged fourteen years and over who have recently been sexually assaulted or raped. The specialist team of SATU staff provide easily accessible, holistic services which address the medical, psychological and emotional needs and appropriate follow up care for victims of sexual crime, in a supportive, sensitive manner. The SATU services respond to requests form the Gardaí for the collection of forensic evidence to aid the legal process and also provide services for people who do not wish to report the incident to the Gardaí. SATU services can be contacted at any time via an Garda Síochána, of by contacting the individual SATU. If a person wishes to report an incident to An Garda Síochána, this should be done as quicly as possible and delays should be avoidedSee www.hse.ie/satu for a list of contact numbers www.hse.ie/satu     
Women's Health Project Provides an outreach service for women involved in prostitution 1800 201187 or (01) 6699515     Wed 2pm-4pm Thurs 8.30pm-10.30pm 

Local Services

CarlowCavanClareCorkDonegal
DublinGalwayKerryKilkennyLeitrim
LouthMayoMeathMonaghanOffaly
RoscommonSligoTipperaryWaterfordWestmeath
WexfordWicklow