Jasmine House is a Leicester based charity working with female survivors of sexual abuse, sexual violence and rape. Working in the sector for over 30 years, we have seen an ever increasing demand for our services.

LRC is run by an all female team (Trustees, staff and volunteers). We provide safe space where women and girls can access free and confidential services following any form of sexual violence either recently or in the past.

Rape Crisis England and Wales

The 24/7 Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Line is a free phone and online chat service for anyone aged 16+ in England and Wales who has experienced something sexual that they didn’t want, didn’t consent to or are feeling confused about – no matter when or where it happened.

The Support Line is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for victims and survivors of any gender. Specialist staff are there to listen, answer questions and offer emotional support.    

Telephone:  0808 500 222 

Website: www.247sexualsupport.org.uk 

Anyone needing mental health support for themselves, or others can call Central Access Point on 0808 800 3302 . The service is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Anyone being at risk can call Samaritans on 116 123



    • Wed, Dec 7, 2022
    • We are very pleased to offer an opportunity to join our fundraising committee. . . . read more
  • Press Release

    Press Release

    • Tue, Oct 5, 2021
    • Statement in response to Sarah Everard Sentencing and growing incidents of sexual violence against women and girls. . . . read more
  • Victims' Commissioner's Survey

    Victims' Commissioner's Survey

    • Wed, Jul 15, 2020
    • The Victims’ Commissioner for England and Wales, Dame Vera Baird QC is asking victims of rape to share their experiences of the criminal justice system.

      The VC has launched her research by publishing a request for information in the form of a questionnaire. The VC is asking anyone who has been the victim of rape - and who feels able to - to tell her about their personal experience of the criminal justice system.

      It does not matter how far the offence progressed in the system, the VC wants to know about what happens at every stage. Researchers from the VC’s team will analyse the responses and produce a report which will be published in the autumn. The research is independent of the Government’s ‘End to End Rape Review’ which is continuing.
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  • Feministmas! - Festive Pub Quiz

    Feministmas! - Festive Pub Quiz

    • Mon, Nov 18, 2019
    • Festive Feminist Pub Quiz on Friday December 20th at Attenborough Arts centre! 7:30pm
      Don't Worry about finding a team - just come along for the fun! Book tickets now!
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Our commitment to Equal Opportunities

Leicester Rape Crisis aims to provide a non-judgemental service regardless of your race, religion, faith, culture, disability, sexuality, age or background. We are here to support you.