To ensure women and girls across Cambridgeshire who are being subjected to, or have been subjected to, any form of sexual violence are able to access the best possible, user-led, specialist support and information. We are dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of sexual violence in our community, with the ultimate goal of ending rape and sexual violence.
All women and girls should be free from the fear and experience of sexual violence.
The work of CRCC is underpinned by a strong set of values:
Equality – we are committed to equality and inclusivity, and oppose discrimination in everything we do. This comes out of an awareness that women experience disadvantage and discrimination because of their gender, class, ethnicity, disability status, religion and age; amongst other factors.
Respect – we treat all survivors as individuals and provide a non-judgemental service, whilst recognising women and girls’ survival strategies and treating women and girls with dignity.
Transparency – we provide open and transparent services that validate survivors’ feelings, dispel myths around sexual violence and empower and enable survivors.
Choice – we work in partnership with other agencies to offer women and girls a choice around the services they access and how they access them.
Quality – we strive to provide a safe and effective service that is of high quality and professional at all times.