VS launches new online support resource for victims of crime
1 April 2020
Victim Support’s new online support resource, My Support Space, has launched today for victims of crime in Cumbria, Humberside and South Yorkshire, Lancashire, Lincolnshire, London, Manchester, North Yorkshire and West Yorkshire.
My Support Space is designed to help victims of crime manage the impact that crime has had on them. It is a free, safe, secure and conﬁdential space where they can choose how they want to be supported after crime.
The launch of My Support Space is particularly timely, as it gives victims of crime who have been impacted by the coronavirus outbreak additional ways in which to access support, including from their own home. It can be accessed on a computer, tablet or phone.
Victims can access a range of tools to help them cope and move forward after crime. They can work through a series of interactive guides which address their speciﬁc needs. The guides feature videos, techniques, activities and tips that can be completed at their own pace.
Find out more about My Support Space by watching this short animation.
Diana Fawcett, Chief Executive at Victim Support said:
Victim Support is committed to ensuring that victims of crime receive effective support in a way that works for them. We are delighted to launch My Support Space as it offers another way in which victims of crime can seek support, even when self-isolating.
Victims of crime in these areas can now seek support using My Support Space as well as through a free and confidential Supportline offering 24/7 support.
- Victim Support runs a free and confidential Supportline allowing victims to access support 24/7. This can be reached on 08 08 16 89 111 or online at victimsupport.org.uk
- The link to My Support Space is sent out to victim by text message or letter.