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DRCSAS are looking for volunteers!

Devon Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Services is looking for volunteers! Devon RCSAS is looking for women volunteers to represent our diverse community and join our team. No previous experience is needed, as training is provided, we just ask for passion and commitment! Devon RCSAS is a voluntary organisation that offers a range of free and confidential specialist support services to women (aged 13 years and above) in Devon who have experienced rape or sexual violence. We also provide a more limited range of support to young men. All volunteers will carry out support on the telephone helpline and Email Support Service either in Exeter, Torquay or Barnstaple and there is also the possibility of carrying out face to face specialist support in the area where they live. They will also need to attend the volunteer supervision and development meetings which take place once a month in Exeter. The training programme runs over 6 months and is accredited by OCN London. 

Training Dates for 2019 - TBC

This is a rewarding volunteering opportunity for an organisation that provides a high quality support service. As well as the accredited training, there will be continual training opportunities and the chance to join in and represent the organisation at events. If you are interested, please download the information and return the application form, individual needs and equal opportunities form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. For any further questions or a chat, please contact Mandy Barnes, Volunteer and Training Coordinator on 01392 208756 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Information about DRCSAS

Process of Becoming a Volunteer

Volunteer Individual Needs Requirements

Volunteer Equal Opportunities Form


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"I feel like I have a much calmer outlook in how I deal with difficult emotions. It has given me space to process my experiences safely."

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"It helped me move forward. I have been able to leave my house and go out. I can now do things I never thought I would be able to do again."

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