Our top tools for supporting your mental health after a crime
To celebrate World Mental Health Day 2023, we’ve pulled together some of the most popular resources from across our website in to one handy place to make it easier for you!
Experiencing or witnessing a crime can disrupt your day-to-day life and it’s normal to feel:
- confused; and
We support people so they can cope, recover and thrive after such incidences with our dedicated team providing over 15,000 hours of support each year.
You can contact us by calling 0300 303 1965 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. However if you’re not quite ready to speak to someone, we’ve also got a number of resources to help your mental health below.
Helping you to cope, recover and thrive
- Download our free support app here https://voicehomesupporthub.glideapp.io
- How do I manage my stress after a crime?
- Switching off the news for better mental health
- How to reach out as a male victim of crime
- How to deal with the media as a victim of crime
- 10 common reactions to trauma
Experiencing or witnessing a crime can be extremely difficult to deal with and we’re here to support you whenever ready.