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Bereavement is a painful experience, but if you lose someone as the result of a violent action on behalf of someone else, it can be devastating.

The knowledge that your loss was caused by the conscious actions of someone else can be distressing and result in feelings that are often overpowering.

We all deal with death differently, and you’ll probably find that your feelings change from day to day. This is perfectly normal, and nothing to be ashamed of.

Family and friends in the distance at the table

If you’ve been affected by the manslaughter or murder of someone else, our team can help. Loved ones will provide an invaluable source of support, but you may find it useful to speak to an independent, experienced third party.

Talking about what happened and how you feel can be a major step forward. Our trained counsellors will help you process your feelings and develop coping strategies to help you move on.

If you’d like to know more – get in touch, whenever you feel ready.


Covid-19 Update

We are currently providing telephone support to anyone impacted by crime Mon-Fri between 8am-5pm on 0300 303 3706.

For support outside of these hours call the Victim Support 24 hour line on 0808 168 9111.