Specialist Services for Victims

There are numerous organisations who offer specialist support to victims.

Please see below some organisations we have worked with and a link to their website. Please be aware this list only includes agencies the PCC has directly worked with and therefore this list is not comprehensive.

Anglia Care Trust: Offers a range of support services to victims

Brake: Support for bereaved and seriously injured victims of road crashes

Bury St Edmunds Women’s Aid Centre: Support services to women and their children who are victims of domestic abuse

Compassion Domestic Violence Forum: Supporting those who have experienced domestic abuse in south Suffolk

The Ferns Centre Suffolk’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) for people who are the victims of rape or serious sexual assault

Fresh starts-new beginnings: Support to children victims of sexual abuse

Leeway A specialist domestic abuse charity supporting adults, children and young people across Norfolk and Suffolk.

Lighthouse Women’s Aid: Support services to victims of domestic abuse

Phoebe: Provides advice and support to Black and Minority Ethnic Women who are victims of domestic abuse

Suffolk Rape Crisis: Support to female -victims of rape and sexual abuse

Suffolk Refugee Support: Provides advocacy and support for asylum seekers and refugees in Suffolk

Survivors in Transition: Services for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse

Victim Support – Norfolk and Suffolk Victim Care provides free, confidential support to victims and witnesses of crime

Waveney Domestic Abuse Forum: Works with a range of partner agencies to support victims of domestic abuse in the Waveney area of Suffolk

More information for victims and witnesses

Victim Information Service There is a national Victim Information Service website set up by the Ministry of Justice which provides information on local victim support services based on your postcode.

Witness Support Service Citizens Advice provide a free, confidential support service for witnesses in over 300 criminal courts across England and Wales.