Call 0330 223 0099

Blue Sky Centre
Sexual Assault Referral Centre

We offer free, confidential healthcare and compassionate support, in Warwickshire, to adults (18 years and older) and young people aged 16 and 17 (if clinically appropriate) who have experienced sexual assault, including rape.

You can contact us 24 hours a day, every day of the year, on 0330 223 0099. You can also email us at (monitored 9 am-5 pm, Monday-Friday).

Call to speak with a nurse for support and to discuss your options for making an in-person appointment and/or referrals.

How we can help

Our services include:

  • 24/7/365 acute trauma-informed healthcare and support.
  • Immediate over-the-phone support and referrals to specialist services.
  • In-person crisis support and healthcare including access to medications, if needed.
  • 24/7/365 Comprehensive Forensic Medical Examinations.
  • Collection and storage of forensic samples.
  • Comprehensive Risk Assessments.
  • Access to specialist counselling and Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVA) support.
  • Service referrals and follow-up calls after an appointment.


You will be offered these services based on your individual needs and you can choose to use as much or as little of our service as you wish.

Visitors need an appointment before attending the SARC in person. Please call us on 0330 223 0099 to make an appointment.

Visiting the SARC

Please call us if you have any questions about how we can help you or someone you know visit the SARC.

You can self-refer to the SARC without police involvement if you are aged 18 years and older. Please visit our No Police Involved page.

For professionals working within agencies such as police, health and social care, local authorities and the public sector, looking to make a referral, or to learn more about our services, please visit our Professionals page.

Get in contact
with us

Make a SARC

Call our 24/7/365 telephone to make an appointment:

0330 223 0099


All referrals from Police and professionals should be made by telephone:

0330 223 0099


Visit our Resources page to find our leaflet and information on other helpful services.


We are not an emergency service.
If you are in danger or need immediate medical attention, please call 999.
For patients in a mental health crisis or who are suicidal, please call 999 immediately if in an emergency.
For urgent medical or mental health advice, please call 111.
For further information about medical support, please click the button below to visit NHS 111 online: 

For further information about mental health support, please click the button below to visit NHS Mental Health Services: