Mirabel Centre

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Primary Category: Health & Medicine

1 - 5 Oba Akinjobi Road
Lagos State University Teaching Hospital
Ikeja, Lagos
Nigeria
Head Quarter / Branch : Headquarter
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1 - 5 Oba Akinjobi Road, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital Ikeja, Lagos
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Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) to provide medical and psychosocial services to survivors of sexual assault and rape ... Located in Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) and managed by Partnership for Justice (PJ).

Services offered at the Centre include

• Medical examination and treatment by trained forensic examiners for illness and injuries caused by the assault.

• Counselling (face to face and telephony) to help cope with emotional and psychological effects of rape

• Help in reporting the matter to the police

• Information on the legal system

• Referral to other agencies for help not provided by the Centre

• Free pregnancy tests and other tests associated with rape

• Free medication and drugs

• Refund of clients’ transportation costs to the Centre in selected cases.

• For some of the clients, there has been need for a change of clothing.

Tel 1: +234-815-577-0000
Tel 2: +234-701-349-1769
Tel 3: +234-818-724-3468
Tel 4: +234-1-295-7816
Website: mirabelcentre.org
Facebook: facebook.com/MirabelNigeria
Twitter: twitter.com/MirabelCentreNG

Opening/Closing Hours

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Open 08:00 a.m 08:00 a.m 08:00 a.m 08:00 a.m 08:00 a.m 08:00 a.m 08:00 a.m
Close 05:00 p.m 05:00 p.m 05:00 p.m 05:00 p.m 05:00 p.m 04:00 p.m 04:00 p.m

Description

Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) to provide medical and psychosocial services to survivors of sexual assault and rape ... Located in Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) and managed by Partnership for Justice (PJ).

Services offered at the Centre include

• Medical examination and treatment by trained forensic examiners for illness and injuries caused by the assault.

• Counselling (face to face and telephony) to help cope with emotional and psychological effects of rape

• Help in reporting the matter to the police

• Information on the legal system

• Referral to other agencies for help not provided by the Centre

• Free pregnancy tests and other tests associated with rape

• Free medication and drugs

• Refund of clients’ transportation costs to the Centre in selected cases.

• For some of the clients, there has been need for a change of clothing.

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