Oxford offers many services to those who have survived sexual violence. They are provided by the University, College and outside charities, and include medical assistance, police attention and mental support.
The best directory of services available is the First Response Oxford app (http://www.firstresponseoxford.org/). With its encyclopaedic extent and comprehensible design, this app can quickly guide you to the help you need. You can preview it online here: http://preview.firstresponseoxford.org/.
For those students who identify as women, the Oxfordshire Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre offers helplines, support groups and advocacy – including legal advice and support in dealings with the police and other agencies. Their contact information may be found at the link below.
Also worth mention is LMH’s Solace Fund. If you have survived sexual violence, one immediate option you have is to go to the Sexual Assault Referral Centre in Slough (SL1 2BJ, see http://www.solacesarc.org.uk/). These are specialist-staffed centres, offering both advice and forensic services. Their help may be accessed without having to involve the police, and they will also help you to plan what to do next. If you wish to go to the SARC, you should go to the Porters Lodge, ask to use the Solace Fund, and LMH will pay for a taxi to take you there, no questions asked.