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How We Can Help

Our trained co-ordinators are here to listen and work with you to develop a cope and recovery plan. Depending on your personal needs, we offer a range of services

Journey of recovery

Specialist Support

With your consent and depending upon your needs we can help you to access other support agencies such as counselling and therapy.

Emotional Support

Our trained co-ordinators are here to listen and will help you understand what has happened. They can provide support via the phone or in a way that best meets your needs.

Practical Support

Crime prevention advice to help you feel empowered, carrying out security checks for peace of mind or standing by your side in court – we can help you in many practical ways.

Volunteer Help

We have a team of volunteers with specialist skills and experience who can also provide advice, information and support.

Restorative Justice

Restorative justice (RJ) enables victims to meet or communicate with their offender to explain the real impact of the crime. It can help victims recover and offenders reform. Restorative Justice is always voluntary, there is no obligation. Restorative Justice leaflet.