Victim Support Northern Ireland

Victim Support Northern Ireland supports people affected by crime.
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Victim Support NI is an independent charity with almost 40 years’ experience in supporting people affected by crime in Northern Ireland.

People react differently to becoming a victim of crime. Everyone’s needs and circumstances are individual to them. This is why having tailored and specialist support is so very important.

Victim Support NI provides a range of advice and support. Much of this work involves volunteers. It deals with victims’ practical and emotional needs and helps them to work through the effects of crime and to manage what’s involved when/if their case reaches court.

If you would like to find out more about the work of Victim Support NI, including how to become a volunteer, please visit Victim Support NI’s website or you can call the Central Office on 028 9024 3133.

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