At Beira’s Place, we can offer support, advocacy, and information in a safe, women only space. Our service is free and confidential for all survivors.

“Sisterhood symbolises all that we wish to accomplish in our lives. It represents the struggles we all face as we grow. Why we cling to it no one can explain, but in the end, we are all stronger for it.”


This section offers survivors information on how to get in touch with us at Beira’s Place, what the process will be when you contact us and what kind of service we can offer you.

If there is anything you’re not sure about or if you would like to ask us any questions about the service, please phone our office on 0131 526 3944 Monday to Friday between 10 am – 5 pm or email us on


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  • A Guardian ‘Opinion’ article on April 2023[1] highlighted the impact of receiving unsolicited sexual images by phone. The writer’s first paragraphs read: “I was travelling home on the London Underground when more than 100 unsolicited images of an erect penis, sent over Apple’s Airdrop, appeared on my phone. The Bluetooth enabled feature only works ...

  • If you have just been raped you want to get some information about where you can get medical treatment, support, and how you can report to the police if you decide to do so. Your physical safety and wellbeing Rape is a crime of violence, an exertion of power and control, and a ...

  • Welcome to Beira’s Place - Edinburgh Women’s Sexual Assault Support Centre. We’re glad that you have come to us for support. We will do all we can to offer you the support you need, and we welcome your feedback on the service you receive from us so that we can continue to improve our ...

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