Any crime where you feel you have been targeted because of who you are support and help in Devon and Cornwall

39 organisations found

Search again

  • First Light

    First Light

    Have you been sexually assaulted and not received any support?
    For the victims of sexual harassment, sexual abuse or rape the effects can be devastating and long lasting. A traumatic event or exposure to long-term abuse can impact on your capability to lead a normal life - both emotionally and socially. If you live in Plymouth or Cornwall we can offer support in reporting to the police. If you live in Plymouth we can also offer art therapy (for under 18 year olds). Please contact us on 03458 121212 (Plymouth) or 01872 272059 (Cornwall).

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 03458121212

    View more details

  • Stop Hate UK

    Stop Hate UK

    Hate Crimes, Incidents and Discrimination
    Stop Hate UK provide a 24/7 helpline to aid victims of Hate Crime targeting any element of there personal identity to receive practical and emotional suppor from trained helpline operaters who will discuss options and facilitate onward referrals to partner agencies. Service users can contact via a range of options found at www.stophateuk.org/talk-to-us/

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 0800 138 1625

    View more details

  • Devon Family Solutions

    Devon Family Solutions

    test
    test

    Call: 01392 454 940

    View more details

  • Headway Devon

    Headway Devon

    People with brain injuries as victims of crime
    Headway Devon is a local charity supporting people with brain injuries. Brain injury can leave people facing complex disabilities and people may find themselves feeling vulnerable and isolated. Headway Devon is here to support people and families affected by brain injury to live happier, safer, more independent and more fulfilling lives.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 211822

    View more details

  • Plymouth and Devon Racial Equality Council

    Plymouth and Devon Racial Equality Council

    Race Hate Crime
    Hate Crime is a particularly serious crime that can have a significant effect on the quality of life for individuals and communities. Hate Crime has some common characteristics and crimes can be subtle or overt and take various forms: - Physical assualt and violence - verbal abuse and harassment - threats and intimidation, including nuisiance calls, malicious and unfounded complaints - psychological / emotional violence - malicious letters, emails and texts - property damage/graffiti - stalking

    Young Black and Minority Ethnic People experiencing Racism
    PDREC have a Children and Young People team that work directly with young people experiencing racisim and bullying to offer advice and support. In the Plymouth area the team work with a group of young people called 'Reaching for Respect' who meet regularly and offer peer support. The team also work with schools and youth groups to tackle the issues of racisim and racist bullying.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01752224555

    View more details

  • Addaction

    Addaction

    Stigmatised? We could help
    Addaction Cornwall and RISE in Devon provide a gateway to detox across the South West. YZUP in Cornwall also offers support to under 18s. We offer a free, confidential and non-judgmental service, open to all those who feel their alcohol/drug use is becoming a problem. Our service doesn’t just address drug and alcohol use, but offers education, training, employment and volunteering opportunities, peer support and support for family and friends. Visit www.addaction.org.uk or call 08451 302605

    Call: 08451 302605

    View more details

  • Victim Support

    Victim Support

    Any crime where you feel you have been targeted for who you are
    VS understands the added impact of crimes where you are targetted for who you are. We’re an independent charity & you can talk to us whether or not you reported the crime to the police. We can support you with or without the involvement of the criminal justice system, and we won’t contact them about you unless we feel someone is at risk. We are here just to support you. Our specially trained team can offer you a visit

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 0300 303 0554

    View more details

  • Cornwall Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre

    Cornwall Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre

    CRASAC offers counselling to women and girls that have been affected by FGM
    FGM is practiced in 28 African countries, parts of the Middle East, parts of Asia, many other counties including the UK. it is not required by any religion and is practiced by Christians, Muslims, Jews and non believers in a wide range of communities and cultures. CRASAC offers specialist counselling to anyone affected by this practice.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01872 303038

    View more details

  • Living Options Devon

    Living Options Devon

    Disablist, Hate and Mate Crime
    Living Options Devon provides both emotional and practical support to individuals following any act of disablist, hate or mate crime. We support people with disabilities and Deaf people (whose first or preferred language is British Sign Language). Our volunteers and staff are trained to give emotional support, information and practical help to people who have been affected by crime. Many of our volunteers have a disability or are Deaf and have lived experience to be able to provide peer support.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 459222 or SMS: 07958 517919

    View more details

  • Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services

    Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services

    Rape and Childhood Sexual Abuse
    We work with people who have experienced any type of sexual violence, including rape and childhood sexual abuse, regardless of whether the sexual violence happened one week or 30 years ago.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 204174

    View more details

  • Intercom Trust

    Intercom Trust

    Harassment, Bullying and Discrimination
    We provide confidential support and help around all forms of homophobic, transphobic and biphobic harassment, bullying and discrimination. This includes neighbour harassment, verbal abuse and workplace discrimination.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 0800 612 3010

    View more details

  • Devon People First

    Devon People First

    We support adults with learning disabilities, Hate/Mate crime
    If you feel you have been Bullied, harassed or abused in any way because of who you are, for example because you have a learning disability, We can help and support you. We will work through with you what happens when reporting crime. We will give you the information and advice you need so you can have control and make your own decisions.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07702193487

    View more details

  • Young Devon

    Young Devon

    Are you a Young Person who feels discriminated against?
    Have you been treated differently due to something that is fundamentally part of you? This might be your age, sexuality, gender, race, beliefs or disability. We offer non judgemental one to one support with a trained Youth Support worker. Young Devon are advocates for young people and can represent your needs.This will be confidential and young people can meet with a worker in our Youth Enquiry Services or we can offer outreach contact if this is not appropriate.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 08082 810155

    View more details

  • Mind in Exeter and East Devon

    Mind in Exeter and East Devon

    Have you been a victim because of your mental health condition.
    We provide a safe space when you are experiencing stigma around your mental health in a recovery focused approach.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 204493

    View more details

  • Cornwall People First

    Cornwall People First

    Mate Crime
    Mate Crime means when you have a learning disability and someone who you think is your friend takes advantage of you. Sometimes you may not be sure if this has happened to you, but our Victim Support Workers can talk through it with you.

    Hate Crime against people with learning disabilities
    Hate Crime means any crime where you feel you have been targeted because of who you are. Our victim support workers can help you to find ways to cope with what has happened to you and move on.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07811263845

    View more details

  • CLEAR

    CLEAR

    Are you being picked on because of who you are
    Bullying can take many forms and often leaves the victims feeling hurt, vulnerable, helpless or even ashamed. If you are being bullied it is important to get help, not only to make the bullying stop, but also to help you to recover from the impact it may have had on you.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01872 540 366

    View more details

  • WILD Young Parents Project

    WILD Young Parents Project

    Are you a young parent who has experienced crime because of who you are?
    WILD helps young mums and dads through a wide range of individual and group support for you and your children. We can also help you get the right support from other specialist services, and help you make sure your chidlren are safe. We offer specific support to LGBTQ+ young parents, young parents from BME and Gypsy and Traveller communities, young parents with disabilities, and young parents living in rurally isolated areas.

    Call: 01209 210077

    View more details

  • Hikmat Devon CIC

    Hikmat Devon CIC

    Black & Minority Ethnic Communies
    Hikmat Devon, is a user-led co-operative supporting black and ethnic minority (bme) communities across Devon, working to promote integration, reduce isolation, whilst improving health and well-being outcomes. This is done through activity and interest groups, 1-1 mentoring, training, signposting, counselling, and person centred goal planning.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 284263

    View more details

  • Equus Solutions

    Equus Solutions

    Do You feel that you have been targeted as a victim because of who you are?
    Being targeted by crime because of who you are can affect individuals in many different ways. Our programme will explore new ways of helping you COPE with what has happened to you and help restore confidence and trust.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01736711508

    View more details

  • St Loye's Foundation

    St Loye's Foundation

    Disability Hate Crime
    We have a highly experienced and skilled staff team who are able to provide bespoke communication and support to people with a range learning and sensory disabilities.

    Call: 01392 255428

    View more details

  • The Zone

    The Zone

    Have you been a victim of crime for being yourself?
    We offer free, confidential and pragmatic support to young people who have been subject to hate crime. We recognise that being the victim of crime can have a long term effect on emotional wellbeing and our specialist counselling service can provide a safe space for you to explore difficult feelings. We can also put you in touch with other organisations who can offer specialist advice and support. You can drop in Monday to Friday between 12pm - 5pm or contact us via our website.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01752 206626

    View more details

  • Citizens Advice Devon

    Citizens Advice Devon

    Discrimination
    We may be able to help you get justice in cases where you have been illegally discriminated against.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 03444 111 444

    View more details

  • CAB Cornwall

    CAB Cornwall

    Hate Crime, Discrimination Issues of all types
    Citizens Advice is committed to challenging discrimination at all levels. Our advisers can assist by supporting and enabling victims to make appropriate representations.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 03444 111 444

    View more details

  • Safer Stronger Consortium

    Safer Stronger Consortium

    Do you feel excluded from support because of who you are?
    In Cornwall, Safer Stronger Consortium has a number of member organisations that work to support people coping with the effects of victimisation, hate crime, discrimination or other isolating circumstances. These include; WRSAC, CASSPLUS, White Gold Cornwall, BF Adventure, the Dracaena Centre, Konnect Cornwall, Equus, Victim Support. You can identify members by the Safer Stronger Logo. To be referred to any of our partners services, please contact the SSC Coordinator.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07949 455 443

    View more details

  • Exeter Community Initiatives

    Exeter Community Initiatives

    Supporting you
    We have skilled workers and volunteer mentors able to help out with practical and emotional issues.

    Call: 01392205800

    View more details

  • Pentreath Ltd

    Pentreath Ltd

    Hate Crime
    Supportive journeys to access services and be alongside victims of hate crime and mate crime.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01726 862727

    View more details

  • North Devon Sunrise

    North Devon Sunrise

    Have you been targeted because of who you are? Are you from a Minority Ethnic Group, an asylum seeker, refugee or migrant worker living in North Devon or Torridge?
    We provide free and confidential support and help to individuals who have experienced crime, discrimination or diasadvantage due to race, culture, religion, gender, sexuality or language barriers. We can provide support even if the crime has not been reported to the police.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01271 328915

    View more details

  • BF Adventure

    BF Adventure

    Feeling targeted?
    Perhaps a recent experience has left you lacking in confidence or feeling victimised…our friendly, professional, instructors are skilled in supporting you to regain your confidence both through enabling you to try new outdoor activities and by listening to you if you wish to share your concerns. The team is skilled in recognising when you might need a bit more specialist support and will work with you to find a suitable organisation when you tell us you are ready.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01326 340912

    View more details

  • Buy With Confidence

    Buy With Confidence

    Providing remedial action after a crime
    Buy With Confidence is a Trading Standards business approval scheme. Our businesses undergo a thorough vetting procedure before being accepted onto the scheme and continue to be monitored throughout their membership. Businesses who are Victim Care Services Network accredited have all provided criminal records check information before being approved. To find a Trading Standards Approved business you can trust visit www.buywithconfidence.gov.uk/victimcareservices/devonandcornwall.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: www.buywithconfidence.gov.uk/victimcareservices

    View more details

  • British Red Cross

    British Red Cross

    Refugee Services
    we can provide support for refugee, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants who have been victims of crime. We offer a bespoke service and have trained staff and volunteers with wide ranging skills and languages

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01305 215956

    View more details

  • Konnect Cornwall CIC

    Konnect Cornwall CIC

    Are you being targetted in crime?
    Konnect provides understanding, reassurance and continued practical support to victims of crime. This includes crimes where you may feel you have been targeted because of who or where you are. We have knowledge and experience of this type of crime. We assess and help to manage risks whilst considering individual needs using experienced and caring staff from professional backgrounds including the Police. Our team will also ‘Konnect’ victims to other existing and bespoke provisions if required.

    Call: 01736 339277

    View more details

  • Unseen

    Are you a victim of being forced into labour??
    Our purpose is to work towards the eradication of slavery wherever it is found, providing survivors with safety, hope and choice. We believe the most effective way of achieving our goal is to tackle the issue holistically and operate in the following three arenas: Prevention To support and develop frontline projects that actively seek to help vulnerable people from becoming enslaved both here in the UK as a destination country and in source countries. To raise awareness of human trafficking and deliver training courses to inform and equip people to spot the signs of trafficking and subsequently know how to act. Survivors support To initiate and lead projects that will directly help survivors re-establish their lives, begin the process of recovering from the horrific ordeals they have been subjected to and avoid becoming re-enslaved. For referrals for accommodation or immediate advice contact Salvation Army (0300 303 8151 - 24/7 referral line), UKHTC (0844 778 2406 - 24/7 tactical advice line) or visit the UKHTC website.

    Call: Unavailable

    View more details

  • RJ Working   Healing the Harm

    RJ Working Healing the Harm

    Facilitating safe and supported communications
    RJ Working facilitates safe and supported communication services where there has been crime or conflict. This gives you a chance to tell the person who caused you harm how you feel, ask them questions and hear what they have to say. Restorative communications can be meetings, letters or information that is agreed but shared separately with the parties. If you would like to discuss the option of such a communication please see our web page for our contact details.

    Call: 07969 201334

    View more details

  • Ubuntu Counselling Services

    Ubuntu Counselling Services

    Have you been targeted for a crime because of who you are?
    So called hate crime or racism can leave victims feeling disempowered because the crime seems to have been directed at who they are, which is something they are powerless to change. Such crimes damage self-esteem and undermine the victim's confidence in being able to keep himself or herself safe. They may result in victims feeling unable to live their lives freely, as they would wish. We can support victims in regaining confidence, self esteem and the ability to take control of their lives again.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 201572

    View more details

  • Devon Link Up

    Hate and Mate Crime
    Devon Link Up will help people report Hate and Mate crime to the Police where they have been victimised because they have a learning disability.

    Call: 07808053992

    View more details

  • Devon Family Resource

    Devon Family Resource

    If you or your family have been the targets of prejudice, we can support you.
    We work with anybody who needs support in an inclusive and non-judgemental way. We can support children, young people and whole families with the effects of prejudice. Our support addresses practical issues as well as helping with self-esteem and identity issues

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 01392 205800

    View more details

  • Remembering Our Roots CIC

    Remembering Our Roots CIC

    1 to 1 Bushcraft, Survival Skills & Mentoring
    We provide opportunities for victims of crime to spend time reconnecting to nature, reflecting & coming to terms with their experiences and learning tools to help them to move forwards positively, joyfully and confidently with their lives. Depending on the individual, we will recommend which of our team could be most appropriate for you. Between us we have qualifications & experience in Counselling, Eco-Therapy, Bushcraft & Survival, Mythological Storytelling & Life-Coaching.

    Group Bushcraft, Survival Skills & Mentoring
    A natural progression from our 1 to 1 work can be into a small group setting. We provide opportunities for victims of crime to spend time reconnecting to nature, reflecting & coming to terms with their experiences and learning tools to help them to move forwards positively, joyfully and confidently with their lives. Together we help you develop your new skills in a positive, safe & supportive environment with other victims of crime at similar stages of recovery.

    Call: 07854 102646

    View more details

  • Christine Fritsch

    Christine Fritsch

    Counselling and emotional support
    Everyone has the right to a life free from abuse, violence and crime! If you have been attacked, harassed or hurt because of who you are and you need to talk to someone in confidence, I can offer you a safe and confidential space to explore what you went through and how you can get onto the road to recovery.

    Call: 07578 737375

    View more details

  • Tor Support Services

    Tor Support Services

    Counselling
    We offer counselling to those aged 5-25 years old, living in Okehampton or the surrounding area. We have trained counsellors who can help in dealing with multiple problems, including Child Sexual Exploitation. We can work with children, Parents, careers and other family members together or alone.

    Victim Care Devon and Cornwall accredited member

    Call: 07886444263

    View more details

Talk to the Victim Care Unit

Call: 01392 475900

LINES OPEN 8AM to 8PM MONDAY TO FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 9 AM AND 5 PM

I do not want to report the crime to the police but I still want support

Call: 0300 3030 554

Online: click here