Trinity acknowledges that social stigma and silence around male sexual abuse and assault result in a lack of awareness and understanding about the effects of these experiences, and what men need to move forward.
The School has channels available should any former student wish to report abuse experienced at Trinity. Any disclosures will be directed to the Headmaster and treated confidentially and sensitively.
We encourage survivors to apply to the National Redress Scheme, which was set up to enable people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse gain access to counselling, a direct personal response, and a redress payment. Trinity continues to wholeheartedly participate in and fulfil all its obligations under the Scheme.
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The National Redress Scheme provides support to people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse.
Services can provide practical and emotional support, legal advice, and financial counselling.
SAMSN (Survivors & Mates Support Network)
SAMSN is a not-for-profit charity that employs qualified staff and men with lived experience to provide services to male survivors, their families, and supporters. SAMSN offers Planned Support and Counselling, Eight-week Support Groups and Monthly Drop-in Meetings for men, Supporters & Survivors Workshops as well as workshops and training for service providers.
SAMSN has been developed through collaboration between survivors and professionals and operates within a trauma-informed framework.
Tel: (02) 8355 3711
Free call: 1800 4 SAMSN (72676)
SAMSN also produces the STRONGER Podcast, featuring stories of resilience from male survivors of child sexual abuse, their supporters, and allies.
Offers a wide range of information and services for men with histories of unwanted or abusive sexual experiences, and anyone who cares about them. Resources include