MSAS (Male Sexual Assault Support) is a male-specific project that operates across Kent and Medway, Surrey, and Sussex, working to support men and boys who have experienced sexual assault/abuse. MSAS Outreach Workers engage with agencies and organisations to raise awareness of SARCs (Sexual Assault Referral Centres), across the counties, and the options available for men and boys, whether they want to formally report to the Police or self-refer (without Police involvement) and still get important healthcare and aftercare support.
We are here to help regardless of when the abuse happened. You will need an appointment before coming to one of our centres. Our team can normally arrange for you to visit within 24-48 hours, so you won't have to wait long.
You can report what happened to the Police or contact us directly via telephone on 01234 842750. If you would like to be seen for an examination, without Police involvement, we can discuss this with you.
We are still accepting referrals from professionals, please use the pathways in place to arrange an appointment.
We take the safety of our staff and patients very seriously and can reassure you that we are following current legislation and guidance. Staff and visitors to our SARC will be given access to required Personal Protective Equipment.