The UK has one of the lowest conviction rates for sexual assaults in Europe, with only 7% resulting in conviction. In response to this a Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) model of integrated care was introduced in 2001. To date, there is limited research examining SARC services and support accessed. To address this gap, seven female sexual assault clients were interviewed. Findings suggest the SARC is a safe haven that provides independent support. However, accounts about the role of support workers varied. The study, while exploratory, highlights the need for further discussion and research on SARC care and practice.