Our ReVOC (Resilience for Victims of Crime) project aims to provide services in relation to your experience of crime which are aimed at supporting you on your road to recovery and better mental health.

The service could be for you if you are aged 16 years old or over, live in Tyne and Wear or Northumberland and have experienced a crime, whether it has been reported or not. You may suffer poor mental health as a result of the crime or have ongoing mental health issues that you would like some support with.

We can support you through your experience and any involvement with the Criminal Justice System. Specialist workers provide information and advice about the processes you may become involved with and assist if you are required to give statements or attend court. Additionally, regardless of whether the crime has been reported or not, whe can provide practical support and liase with relevant services as needed.

In addition to the practical support, we will be able to provide the emotional support that people often require following an incident of crime and can link you in to other services which may be able to help.

For further information please contact:


Steph Golder (ReVOC Project Lead)

Tel: 01665 600 930 Email:


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