News and blogs
5 November 2018
Jenny experienced a series of hate crimes after transitioning. She talks about how the support she received was important to her recovery, and how she now volunteers to help others.
11 September 2018
In the summer of 2016 Ryan and Luke Hart’s mother and sister were shot dead by their father, just five days after they had made the brave decision to leave him. Two years on, the brothers have written a book which they hope will help others living with domestic abuse.
13 July 2018
Sarah's taking on a 100km walk to raise money for Victim Support, the charity that supported her family though the loss of her sister.
7 June 2018
When Simon de Laat retired from his job, he wanted to dedicate his time to volunteering for causes close to his heart. We spoke to him about how volunteering with Victim Support is allowing him to help his local community tackle fraud.
1 June 2018
As we approach the anniversary of the London Bridge and Borough Market terror attack we remember the eight people killed, their friends and families, and the hundreds of people who witnessed the events of that evening.
22 May 2018
Victim Support's Chief Officer Diana Fawcett on how help is still available - and needed - one year on from the attack at Manchester Arena.
14 May 2018
Leeds University art student Mo Lea was brutally attacked by Peter Sutcliffe, who later became known as the Yorkshire Ripper. Mo has used her art as therapy to help her deal with the horrific attack.
13 April 2018
We have been made aware of “cold callers” making contact with individuals affected by the Manchester Arena attack.
23 March 2018
MPs raised research from Victim Support’s Victim of the System report in a debate on victims’ rights in the House of Commons last week.
22 March 2018
Patricia* told us about her experience of the Westminster terrorist attack and the support she received from Victim Support.