MSAS (Male Sexual Assault Support) is a male-specific project that operates across Kent and Medway, Surrey, and Sussex, working to support men and boys who have experienced sexual assault/abuse.
Whilst our SARCs have always been inclusive of all genders, MSAS aims to increase referral rates for men and boys, ensuring that the, often under-represented, group has the knowledge and confidence to seek the important healthcare they need.
Our MSAS Outreach Workers engage with agencies and organisations to raise awareness of SARCs (Sexual Assault Referral Centres), across the counties, and the options available for men and boys, whether they want to formally report to the Police or self-refer (without Police involvement) and still get important healthcare and aftercare support.
If you would like to speak to a Male Outreach Worker, please contact the SARC.
Or visit the MSAS website to learn more about the project and the Male Outreach team.