Victim Support Services in Wiltshire and Swindon

6th April 2020, 8:28am | By Julie Boyle |

Changes to Victim Support services in light of Coronavirus.

We are writing to let you know that we are making some changes to how we work. In line with government advice . These changes are now in place, in order to safeguard those we work with and also our staff and volunteer team.

This means we are now

  • Replacing all face to face sessions with phone support
  • Complementing our phone support by posting or emailing our information and e-toolkits to support you at this time
  • Not attending any face-to-face meetings or events currently, but we are happy to send you out leaflets should you need them

We will continue to be available by phone to offer support and advice.

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