RESOURCES AND SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS AND
SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE
NAASCA address issues related to childhood abuse and trauma including sexual assault, violent or physical abuse, emotional traumas and neglect. NAASCA’s two goals are to, educate the public- helping society get over its taboo of discussing childhood sexual abuse (CSA) & presenting facts, and to offer hope and healing.
South African Resources Produced by NAASCA: Groups and Services database produced by (NAASCA)
A non-profit organisation that helps children and their families with free counselling services, dealing with issues of physical, sexual and substance abuse. Childline also provides legal advice.
Toll-free helpline: 0800 055 555
Facebook: Childline South Africa
TEARS Foundation provides access to crisis intervention, advocacy, counselling, and prevention education services for those impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and child sexual abuse.
Free SMS helpline: *134*7355#
Tel: 010 590 5920
Facebook: Tears Foundation South Africa
If you decide to report the rape or sexual assault you can find details of the nearest police station via their website.
Website: South African Police Service
SAPS have also produced a Women and Children Sexual Offences guide, which can be found here. Following this link will take you to a document that outlines how you should be dealt with by SAPS if you report any sexual offences.
Guide to support victims of sexual offences
SAMSOSA is a on-profit company who provide a support structure for non-offending male survivors of sexual abuse and rape.
SAMSOSA serve as a resource and referral centre, providing information, support and training for victims, affected individuals and organisations in a safe, non-judgmental structure. In addition, we will act as an advocacy group for non-offending male rape and abuse survivors to create awareness and understanding that will change social attitudes and structures.
Tel: +27 (0) 71 280 9918