It’s really important to us that you are supported and feel safe.
We are here 24 hours a day for advice (03333 44 8283).
We want to help you to understand your options so can you decide what happens next.
You, or someone you know, can refer you to our services over the phone or online.
- If you have made an online self-referral, we will call you back at a time that is good for you.
- A doctor or nurse might be arranged to see you to ensure that your physical and sexual health needs are looked after.
- We will offer you onward support from an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) who is experienced in working with young people.
- Services such as counselling can help you to explore your feelings within a comfortable and safe environment.
If you are in danger or there is an emergency always dial 999
In most cases, children under the age of 16 will attend the Children and Young People’s Clinic at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle. This is because they have an excellent centre specially designed for working with children and young people.
Here Charlie explains what it’s like to have an appointment there and takes us for a look around:
How we’re funded
SARC Teesside is jointly commissioned by NHS England and the Police Crime Commissioner for Cleveland.
Charitable donations also help support our work.