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A new website to help anyone find out more about sexual violence support services in their area is now live.

Providing a safe online space for survivors of all ages, supporters, and professionals, ‘The Survivor Pathway’ has a comprehensive list of services in West Mercia and information on how to easily access them.

Funded by the NHS and delivered by Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion, as part of his Safer West Mercia Plan commitment to put victims and survivors first, the platform also includes helpful information on sexual health, child sexual exploitation, reporting to the police and going to court.

The pathway can be accessed 24/7 at –

PCC John Campion said: “Sexual violence is a devastating crime, and its impact is life-changing to victims. With that in mind, I understand how hard it must be for many victims to find the confidence to come forward.

“The new Survivor Pathway website is a safe space for anybody to find out more about the specialist support available in West Mercia.

“Working in partnership with the NHS, it brings together a comprehensive list of the relevant services I fund, as well as others, to ensure victims are better informed and can easily access the help they need to cope and recover.”

Sarah Forrest, Head of Health and Justice Commissioning (West Midlands) at NHS England (Midlands) said: “NHS England is delighted to have been able to work with its close partners in the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner on this initiative. Different agencies commission a range of specialist services for survivors of sexual assault and abuse both locally, regionally and nationally.

“We recognise the importance of survivors, families and friends being able to easily find sources of advice and support, whether the case is recent or non recent or whether the Police are involved, and hope that this website proves to be an invaluable resource.”