Help and Support

Victim Care Service

The Victim Care Service is an independent, free and confidential service  providing support to all residents of Hampshire and Isle of Wight who have been affected by crime. The Victim Care Service is [...]

Victim Support

Victim Support (VS) is a free, confidential and independent charity dedicated to supporting victims of crime and traumatic incidents in England and Wales. In Hampshire and The  Isle of Wight, Victim Support [...]

Supportline

24/7 helpline run by Victim Support for victims of crime in England and Wales. If you’ve been affected by crime and you need confidential support or information, call Victim Support Supportline for [...]

Support after Road Death and Injury (SCARD)

SCARD helps to relieve distress amongst people who have lost a loved one or have been injured or affected by drunk or reckless driving. Providing emotional and practical support through a telephone [...]

Road Peace

RoadPeace is the national charity for road crash victims in the UK. Providing information and support services to people bereaved or seriously injured in road crashes and engage in evidence based policy [...]

Cruse Bereavement Care

Free confidential support for adults and children after the death of someone close.   Website: https://www.cruse.org.uk/ Contact us Telephone 0808 808 1677

Brake

Practical and Emotional Support for you after road crash bereavement or injury. Freephone, confidential support service, providing information and advocacy, emotional support and a listening ear. Website: www.brake.org.uk/ Contact us Telephone 0808 8000 [...]

The Blue Lamp Trust

Across Hampshire and Isle of Wight, this non-profit organisation work to enhance community safety in a number of ways. The Blue Lamp Trust's profits go to the Bobby Scheme, a free service [...]

Accelerate Driver Training Solutions Ltd

Accelerate exists to minimise the risk of death or serious injury in a road crash caused by young drivers​. Innovative software, interactive workshops and committed driver trainers (each parents of young people [...]