We know how difficult it can be to speak out or seek help after you’ve experienced a crime.
This goes for people in all sorts of situations. You may feel embarrassed that you feel the need to reach out, you may be being pressured by someone to stay quiet, you may be scared to talk about something, or you may be living with someone who has committed a crime against you.
Whatever your situation, Voice is here to support you emotionally and practically.
Contacting us is completely confidential – you don’t even have to tell us your name, address or age. The Voice service is also completely free.
However you’ve been affected by crime, we can support you emotionally by:
Helping you talk through and come to terms with what has happened or is happening.
Explaining your rights to you and supporting you through any action you want to take.
Helping you access specialist support service who are trained to help people and families just like yours.
Our team of friendly staff have helped thousands of people just like you .