The Impact of Covid-19 on Wexford Rape Crisis Services

Based on the advice of Government with regards to the Covid-19 epidemic, Wexford Rape Crisis is adjusting to maintain service to clients and other users of our services as best we can, while observing best practice to combat infection. We are adjusting how we deliver our services between now and 29 March. We ask for your cooperation during this time.

Our Freephone number will remain open for those who need to access counselling and support 1800 33 00 33

24 Hour Helpline: The National 24-Hour Freephone Rape Crisis Helpline is also available 1800 77 88 88

Counselling and therapy:

  • If you are an existing client of Wexford Rape Crisis: Your therapist has already or will shortly be in touch with you to discuss arrangements. If you have not had a call from your therapist and you are due to call in soon, please contact
  • If you are hoping to arrange an appointment as a new client: Please e-mail us at the above address or call us on 1800330033 and we will get back to you as soon as possible.


  • If you have arranged Wexford Rape Crisis support services for court or Garda station appointments between now and 29 March, somebody has already been in contact with you or will be shortly.

Education & Training: All education and training sessions are currently suspended. If you have any enquiry about future education or training, please contact

Other services and office visits: Our offices will remain open but at a much-reduced personnel level. We ask that anyone wishing to visit our offices contact us at 1800330033.

Please do not visit our office if you have been to an affected region in the last 14 days or have been in close contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in the last 14 days. Please see for details.