• We want to make it easier for victims of rape or sexual assault to come forward for treatment and support to access services and rebuild their lives.
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  • The Blue Sky Centre is open to anyone. We realise how hard it is to speak out so you can expect to be treated with dignity, respect and compassion.
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  • You will be in control of what happens; it is on your terms and in your time. We will provide the information to help you to decide what is best for you.
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  • " I unfortunately had to come to Blue Sky Centre after I was assaulted by my partner. The crisis worker, Emma, was totally amazing. I could not have got through any of it without her. She was kind, professional, caring and, put simply, fantastic! I was in such a dark and confused place a simple hug and being told its going to be ok is all I needed at that time." Female client aged 25.
  • “The staff and everyone behind the Blue Sky Centre should be immensely proud of the fantastic facility and service they have developed.” Baroness Vivien Stern, C.B.E.
  • Have you been raped or sexually assaulted within the last seven days?

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  • Have you been a victim of rape or sexual assault in the past?

    It's never too late to talk to someone
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  • Are you supporting someone who has been sexually assaulted?

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  1. Blue Sky Centre supports over 1000 people since opening

    9 March 2016

    The Blue Sky Centre has now supported over 1000 victims of sexual abuse, of every age and gender, in the slightly under three years of operation. Tony Mumford, Centre Manager, feels both sadness and pride at this milestone: “Sadness that so many people have been subjected to the torment of sexual abuse but pride that [...]
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