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Victim Support - National Support Centre

Address:Contact CALL
Helpline:0808 168 9111
Office Telephone:Contact CALL
Times:Mon: 24 Hour
Tue: 24 Hour
Wed: 24 Hour
Thu: 24 Hour
Fri: 24 Hour
Sat: 24 Hour
Sun: 24 Hour
Description:Admin Office Only 9am - Mon - Fri. Weekday opening hours are 8pm to 8am: Monday to Thursday Weekend opening hours are 8pm Friday to 9am Saturday and 5pm Saturday to 8am Monday We operate a 24 hour service during Bank Holidays, except Christmas Day and New Year`s Day when we operate between 9am - 5pm. Victim Support is the independent charity for victims and witnesses of crime in England and Wales. Last year we offered support to more than 1.2 million victims of crime. Victim Support runs the Homicide Early Support Service supporting people bereaved through murder and manslaughter and more than 100 local projects which tackle domestic violence, antisocial behaviour and hate crime, help children and young people and deliver restorative justice. The service is confidential and free contact 0808 178 1665 Support for children and young people Our youth programme, You & Co, helps children and young people affected by crime. The service can be contacted via 0808 168 9111 Victim Support also promotes victims and witnesses rights in all aspects of criminal justice and social policy Referral: Self/by the police or other agencies You do not have to report the crime to the police. For details of your local Victim Support office, or to speak to a trained volunteer in confidence, please call the Victim Supportline. Calls are free from any UK landline.
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