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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 H: Individual Survey

Consent

1. Pseudonym:

2. I have read and understand the participant information. (This has been sent to you by email, and a copy is also available here.)

3. I consent for our conversation to be audio recorded

4. I agree to take part in this study

Mapping Survey Questions

8. Have you engaged with any of the following services? (select all that apply to you):

Addictions

Advocacy

Domestic Abuse

Employment Advice

Foodbanks

Financial Advisory Services

Faith-based and community organisations

Housing

Health Visitors

Mental Health Services (including counselling)

NHS: GP's, sexual health, maternity, accident and emergency services

Criminal Justice

Social Work

Children and Families

Other (please specify…………….)

9. Did you speak to any of these services about selling sex?

Yes all of them

Yes some of them

No

Why was that? (Did they ask you?)

10. Have you ever engaged with a specialist service that supports people who sell sex?

Yes No

11. How did you engage with this service? (Please select all that apply)

In-person

Online (Video Call)

Online (Instant Messaging or email)

Phone Call

Other (Please specify)

12. How did you first engage with this service?

Self-referral

Referral from another service

Drop-In/Outreach

Other (please specify)

13. Did you stop using this service?

Yes No

If yes – can you explain why?

Demographics

14. How old are you?

15. What is your sex?

16. Do you identify as (Tick any that apply)–

Trans

Non-Binary

Other

17. What area are you based in?

Contact

Email: anthony.nevin@scot.gov

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