Dublin Rape Crisis Centre is a national organisation offering a wide range of services to any person affected by rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment or childhood sexual abuse.
These services include:
- the National 24-hour Helpline,
- webchat support,
- one-to-one counselling,
- court accompaniment,
- online trauma support programme,
- outreach services,
- specialised training,
- youth programmes & outreach,
- awareness raising & campaigning, and
- policy & advocacy work.
DRCC services remain open throughout COVID19 restrictions, including therapy & counselling, accompaniment support at court, in Garda stations and in the Sexual Assault Treatment Unit, and our Moving Forward online trauma management/support programme - call 1800 778888 for any questions.
Remember: The 24-Hour National Helpline 1800 77 8888 is available 24/7 for anyone who needs support.
Our aim is to offer help and support to anyone who has experienced sexual violence of any kind. This may have been recently, some years ago or in childhood.
We take calls from people of all ages, creeds, ethnic groups and orientations. Our counsellors will also speak with friends, relatives and concerned persons as well as take general queries.
Here in the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre we acknowledge it takes courage to phone or to call into the Centre for the first time and we assure you that if you contact us you will be treated with dignity and respect.
Perhaps in visiting this website you are taking a first step on your journey towards healing and we encourage you to take the next step and call us.