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Adult Survivors Of Childhood Sexual Abuse

This Cross-party group's purpose:

The purpose of this Cross-Party Group is to establish a forum for debate, with an agreed specific programme of targets and action, on the issue of childhood sexual abuse, its long term effects and links with mental health problems, physical health and wellbeing, alcohol and drug misuse, physical abuse, domestic violence and homelessness.

Find out more on the old website

Next meeting

Contact: cpgadultsurvivors@gmail.com

Get in touch

If you want to get in touch, you can contact Johann Lamont MSP

Address: The Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, EH99 1SP

Phone: 0131 348 5240 Find out about call charges.

Involved in the group

MSPs, individuals and organisations who participate in and support this group.

Current Members

Lamont, Johann

Johann Lamont

Co-Convener

Party: Scottish Labour

MSP for: Glasgow (Region)

MacGregor, Fulton

Fulton MacGregor

Deputy Convener

Party: Scottish National Party

MSP for: Coatbridge and Chryston (Constituency)

Lennon, Monica

Monica Lennon

Member

Party: Scottish Labour

MSP for: Central Scotland (Region)

Mitchell, Margaret

Party: Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

MSP for: Central Scotland (Region)

Ross, Gail

Gail Ross

Member

Party: Scottish National Party

MSP for: Caithness, Sutherland and Ross (Constituency)


Non MSP Individuals

Anne Macdonald - co-convener
Janine Rennie - co-convener
Sandra Brown - treasurer
Chris Bruce
Andrew Campbell
Lorna Ann Deans
Dr Angela Jesudasan
Sheila Gaul
Malcolm Roger 
Dr Eric Swanepoel
Carol Willson

Organisations

Break the Silence
Fife College
Glasgow Caledonian University
Govan Community Project
Health in Mind
Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project
Moira Anderson Foundation 
Napier University
NSPCC
Rape Crisis Scotland
Relationships Scotland
Safe Space
Safe to Say
Say Women
Social Destination
Stop it Now Scotland
SOS
University of Edinburgh
Wellbeing Scotland