If you would like to speak to an MSAS Male Outreach Worker, please get in touch with your local Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC), using the details below. They will be able to arrange to put you in touch with a member of the MSAS team. Our Male Outreach Workers can tell you more about the SARC, reporting options, and other helpful services available.
Book a SARC Appointment
Our SARCs cannot offer a walk-in service, so you need to let us know if you would like to book an appointment. Our SARC team can normally arrange for you to visit the SARC within 24-48 hours, so you won't have to wait long.
Lots of the people who visit our SARCs will have reported the incident to the Police, and the Police will book an appointment at one of our centres on your behalf. If you want to report what has happened to you to the Police, they will be able to arrange for you to visit us.
Some people who visit our SARCs want to receive all of the important medical care and aftercare support referrals, without Police involvement. If you would like to make an appointment at one of our centres, but don't want to report the incident to the Police, please contact us using the details below.
Beech House SARC, Kent: 01622 726461 (weekdays 9am-5pm), 0800 133 7432available 24/7 The Solace Centre, Surrey: 01932 867581 (weekdays 9am-5pm), 0300 130 3038 available 24/7 The Saturn Centre, Sussex: 01293 600469 (weekdays 9am-5pm), 0800 033 7797available 24/7
Between the hours of 5pm and 9am, calls will be answered by our call centre team, who will be able to make an appointment for you to attend a SARC during daytime hours. Police referrals can attend the SARC out of daytime hours.
If you don't want to, you do not have to tell us your name, we can still offer you the same help. Depending on what your needs are, the SARC team will either arrange a time for you to come to your local SARC, or we might help you to make contact with other services that may be beneficial.
In some cases, we may ask you to come and see us quickly to make sure you receive important healthcare as a priority.