Victim Support

Delivered by Victim Support
  • Talking therapies
  • Crisis support and emergency food

Crime can impact victims in many ways – emotionally, mentally, physically, financially and practically. That’s why Victim Support Scotland is here to help. We promise you: We will take the time to listen to you We won’t judge you We will provide you with support in whatever way best suits you. We will explain your rights in a way you can understand. Our trained and experienced volunteers deliver support throughout Scotland. There is a Victim Support office in every local authority area and we can support you going to court or in your own community (at home or in our offices). We can also discuss our Emergency Assistance Fund should you be in urgent financial need as a result of a crime and are eligible to apply.

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