Experienced Volunteer Counsellors Urgently Needed! Survive are currently looking for experienced volunteer counsellors to join our team, we are looking for volunteers with a wealth of experience working with clients, looking to share their valuable skills and work in the interesting … Read more
Survive were thrilled to be invited to be part of the National Citizen Service Graduation Program with Groundwork NE and Cumbria. The young people graduating had raised some money for Survive as well as campaigning for CCTV in their local park … Read more
Scope have released a blog about disabled Survivors, what a fantastic way to shine a light on the very hidden abuse that happens to disabled individuals and how much access to services needs to be improved, ourselves included. Take a read … Read more
This weekend I read a book from 1988 called “I Never Called It Rape”. The book itself is an in-depth look at a then new phenomenon they termed ‘date / acquaintance rape’. Date rape now has very different connotations so … Read more
Survive celebrated it’s 25th year on Wednesday 7th Ocotber 2015 with our AGM event held at the Monkbar Hotel in York, guest speaker Rachael Maskell MP and the Mayoress Sonja Crisp were in attendance as well as other representatives of … Read more
According to latest police figures there has been an increase in incidents reported in North Yorkshire and also across the country. ‘Figures released by the NSPCC, which were obtained using the Freedom of Information Act, showed 391 incidents were reported … Read more
Come and show us your support at our stall on the Knavesmire on the 20th June 2015 where we will have a stall to raise awareness of child sexual abuse, rape and sexual assault. Hope to see you there.
A new male survivors support group will be starting on Monday 20th April from 7pm til 9pm. If you would be interested in meeting others in a safe space then please contact the office for more details. We know from … Read more
The home secretary is expected to announce her choice of chairman for the independent inquiry into historical child abuse, which was first announced seven months ago.