CHC has provided multiple channels for children and young people to access their services: free phone 1280 for voice calls and...
Sexual abuse is a form sexual violence where a person uses power or coercion to force you into unwanted sexual activity. You can be a victim of sexual abuse if you are a woman, man or child. Other forms of sexual violence are sexual assault, such as rape, and sexual harassment, which is sexual behaviour toward you that is unwelcome or offensive.
There are many people throughout the world who struggle to overcome the aftermath of sexual violence. If you are one of them, getting the right kind of help can make all the difference. In Cambodia there are 2 hotlines you can contact for support with sexual abuse, assault or harassment. Reach out if you have experienced any of the following:
Everyone deals with sexual abuse, assault or harassment differently. You may find yourself trying to cope with it in a variety of ways. However, it is perfectly natural that it takes time to heal. It was a traumatic experience, and it might take a lot of support to recover.
If you’re struggling with finding meaning in what occurred to you, talking to hotline staff in Cambodia might help you calm your thoughts and emotions and find a path forward. You don’t have to be alone on your journey toward recovery.
If you feel like you might need support with your experience of sexual violence, try reaching out to a hotline in Cambodia. It's free and confidential.