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Manchester Rape Crisis

Manchester Rape Crisis (MRC) is a confidential support service, run by women for women and girls who have been raped or sexually abused. 

 MRC was set up in 1976 by local women as a grass roots response to the lack of appropriate services for women who had been raped or sexually abused. Today MRC continues to support women who have been raped or sexually abused, including women who have been or are involved in sex work.  
MRC has a telephone helpline service, which provides advice, information and support to women and girls surviving sexual abuse. The helpline also provides a signposting service for male survivors and offers information and advice to friends, partners and other family members supporting survivors. 
MRC offers a free face-to-face counselling service for women over 17 who have experienced rape or sexual abuse.


Telephone: 0161 273 4500

Address: Manchester, Manchester