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The experiences of people who sell or exchange sex and their interaction with support services: lived experience engagement

This research informs our commitment to develop a model for Scotland which effectively tackles and challenges men’s demand for prostitution. It seeks to map service provision in Scotland, and gathers lived experience input on service experiences.


Appendix B: Specialist Survey Mapping Questions

Who is support available for in your service?

Men

Women

Trans/Non-Binary/Other (Please specify)

What age group does this service provide support for?

Adults (Over 18)

Young People (Under 18)

All ages

Other (Please specify) –

How do people access this service?

Self-referral

Referral from other services

Outreach

Criminal Justice Referral

Other (Please specify)

Do you support people who are involved in (Please select all that apply):

In-person selling of sex (street based)

In-person selling of sex (sauna/brothel based)

In-person selling of sex (Private flat/Escorting)

Webcamming

Stripping/Lapdancing

Selling of explicit images online

Other (Please specify)

What support is available at this service?

One-to-one mentoring

Referrals and Signposting

Counselling (specialist practitioner)

Emotional Support

Sexual Health Testing

Safer Injecting Equipment

Condoms

Personal Safety Alarms

Hygiene and Sanitary Products

Group Work (Creative Groups)

Group Work (Activity/Walking/Sports Group)

Group Work (Peer Support/Therapy)

Other (Please specify)

How many people does this service currently support?

Is there a waiting list for this service?

Approximately how many people are currently on it?

Contact

Email: anthony.nevin@scot.gov

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