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Victim Support Wandsworth

Victim Support Wandsworth is a local charity that helps all victims and witnesses of crime within the Wandsworth Borough.  They offer a free, confidential and non-judgmental service providing practical and emotional support. The crime does not have to have been reported to the police.

This service is for anyone who has been a victim or witness of crime living in Wandsworth.

The service offers:

  • emotional support – to help you deal with the personal effects of crime;
  • information – many people find the criminal justice system complicated and confusing. Victim Support aim to give you the information you need to help make sense of what you've been through and to make the right choices; and
  • practical help – from help with filling in forms through to helping improve your home security.

Victim Support Wandsworth also offers a flexible approach to support services for children aged 4-17. Victim Suupport work in partnership with families, schools and other agencies focusing on repairing harm, increasing confidence and resilience, and reducing the risk of repeat victimisation. Support is one to one and can take place at home, at school, in one of our offices or in the community.  Support is very much structured around the needs of the young person, and is provided as often, and for as long as is necessary.

This service accepts referrals directly from the police, other agencies, or directly from the person/people affected by crime. 
If you would like to refer a young person please call our support line on 0808 168 9111 (operating 24/7) or call directly on 020 7801 1777.

The assessment team number is 0808 168 9291 and is open Monday to Friday 8am - 8pm and Saturday 9am - 5pm 
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You can find a referral form under 'Downloads'.

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17-19 Falcon Road
SW11 2PH
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When is it on
Monday to Friday: 9am - 5pm

Last updated: 29 Oct 2020

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