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The service is able to deliver around 2,000 hours of counselling – which equates to seeing around 75 people – per year, and a webchat service where men can speak to trained professionals online.“Any counselling sessions currently provided in excess of that would be funded by charity reserves or other sources of funding,” Mr Connolly said, adding that “funding difficulties and uncertainty does make it difficult for small charities to be responsive to spikes in demand”.
Recent coverage of sexual abuse has added to this pressure and the service’s waiting list is currently six months long.Major news stories about sexual violence have a “huge” impact on the service, resulting in a spike in calls to the helpline and referrals to its services, acting CEO Andy Connolly told .Its helpline saw a 73 per cent increase in calls in October compared to the same time last year. Easy Sex has real guys (not losers who are more into themselves than me) who know how to really please a woman and I can't get enough. I love the convenience of being able to have sex wherever and whenever I want! Plz Plz MEI will never go to a bar and let douche bags hit on me again.It also provides £4.7m to police and crime commissioners (PCCs) to deliver local support services for victims of child sexual abuse.
While each Rape Crisis and Survivors Trust member centre in England and Wales receives a portion of funding from the Mo J each year – with some also receiving support through department money allocated to local PCCs – none are fully funded by the Government.
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Fay Maxsted OBE, chief executive of The Survivors Trust, which oversees Survivors UK, said the Weinstein and Westminster stories may create a spike but “at a time when there are more and more people coming forward, demand seems to be continually increasing”.
Services have been encouraged to expand but don’t have the funding to allow them to maintain their new level of capacity, she told , adding: “We need an overhaul of the funding [model].” The Ministry of Justice (Mo J) has allocated £7.2m to rape charity services for 2018 to 2019, and £194,000 to Survivors UK as part of its commitment to support male victims of sexual violence.
On top of this, Rape Crisis South London, which runs the national helpline for the charity offering information and support for survivors, saw a 30 per cent spike in calls during October.