Birmingham Sexual Violence Charity Gains A New Sister Organisation

Wednesday, 12 February, 2020

The Rape & Sexual Violence Project (RSVP), a Birmingham charity providing compassionate, confidential and free services to support adults and children of all sexes and genders who have been subjected to sexual violence and abuse, has gained a new sister organisation in GINA; a social enterprise providing private, specialist support for individuals subjected to sexual violence and abuse.

GINA provides private, specialist, trauma-informed counselling for individuals subjected to sexual violence and abuse; with ‘face to face’ counselling available in Birmingham and Solihull and telephone counselling available nationwide. As a private organisation, there is no waiting list for survivors wanting to access our support services; we are able to provide immediate specialist support for survivors. We’ve got some big ambitions for GINA - we are working towards a future where individuals surviving sexual violence and abuse can thrive and live the life they desire. GINA aims to empower survivors to fulfil their potential and seize opportunities to Grow, Inspire, Nurture and Achieve.

As a social enterprise, community interest company and the sister organisation of the Rape & Sexual Violence Project (RSVP), all GINA profits are donated to RSVP; enabling survivors who access GINA’s private, paid for services to help fund free support services via RSVP for survivors who need them. 

We’re here for you.

Please get in touch for more information surrounding GINA’s services:

Email: hello[at]gina.uk[dot]com

Phone: 0121 643 0301 (ask for ‘GINA’)

Website: www.gina.uk.com

Social media: @GINA_CIC