Norfolk and Suffolk Victim Care
If you, or someone you know has been affected by crime, help is available from Norfolk and Suffolk Victim Care – a service commissioned by your Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) in partnership with Suffolk's PCC.
Norfolk and Suffolk Victim Care is run by Victim Support and provides free, confidential support to victims and witnesses of crime.
Whatever has happened to you, whatever you may have witnessed and whenever it took place, the Victim Care team is on hand to work with you and make sure you receive the help you need to cope and recover.
Norfolk and Suffolk Victim Care can provide emotional support, giving you a safe place to confidentially talk through your thoughts and feelings and ask any questions you may have.
The team also offers practical support, like help with filling in paperwork, fitting home security measures, getting medical treatment or repairing damage to property.
You do not have to report the crime to the police to access support, but service staff can help victims make a report if they wish, and will guide them through the criminal justice process, from first steps right through to the end of the trial.
Whatever you need, Norfolk and Suffolk Victim Care is there for you.
24/7 live chat service and My Support Space online resources
Victim Support provides a 24-hour live chat facility and a suite of online resources giving you access to information, practical advice and emotional support whenever you need it.