We all need to stay at home to protect ourselves and others. However, those who are well and not at risk can provide essential support for their family, friends and neighbours who cannot leave the house.
Charity registered in Scotland SC002138
Voluntary organisation providing free, confidential and independent services to all victims of reported and unreported crime through our community and court based services helping them to overcome the impact of their experience through Emotional support Some-one to talk to; a person-centred support and recovery programme for victims, witnesses and people affected by crime. Practical help Information and support on the Criminal Justice System including;
• crown and defence precognitions,
• pre-trial court visits,
• help with special measures for vulnerable witnesses, and
• on the day support at court. Personal safety and crime prevention advice; Information and onward referral to other sources of local and national help. Specialist support areas include – Anti Social Behaviour, Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence and Support For Families Bereaved by Murder, Suicide, Traumatic or Violent Death. Support can be given at home, school or other outreach facility, drop-in or office appointment, telephone or e-mail. Monday to Sunday 9.30am – 7.30pm.
23rd February 2017
VSS makes a positive difference to people's lives...If you don't believe me...see for yourself.... Hear Kevin's story from being a victim of crime to a volunteer helping others affected by crime. https://www.victimsupportsco.org.uk/help-for-victims/who-has-victim-support-scotla… Read more