Service directory for Victims of Crime – Bucks

Here are the organisations listed for Buckinghamshire – just click on the service name in blue to get further details:

  • Action on Elder Abuse

    works nationwide to provide a telephone helpline, advice and information and referral to other services for older victims of sexual and domestic abuse

  • Alana House (PACT)

    works across Berkshire and Oxfordshire to supporting women by providing 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, group counselling, outreach support, advice and information and referral to other service.

  • Aylesbury Women’s Aid

    provides refuge accommodation across Buckinghamshire and offers 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, outreach support, telephone helpline, advice and information, referral to other services, provision of safe housing, work with children and young people.

  • Barnardo’s R U Safe

    provides a outreach support, counselling and advise and information in Buckinghamshire for young victims of sexual exploitation including victims of sexual assault and domestic violence

  • Berkshire Women’s Aid

    takes referrals from across the country and delivers its services in Wokingham, Bracknell Forest and Reading. On offer are group counselling, support groups, outreach support, telephone helpline, advice and information and referral to other services. BWA also arranges the provision of safe housing, therapeutic group work and 1:1 work with children who have experienced domestic abuse.

  • Bracknell & District CAB

    offers outreach support, telephone helpline, advice and information and referral to other services for anyone needing help to resolve their problems  

  • Brook Milton Keynes

    offers  a telephone helpline, outreach support and advice and information to victims of sexual assault and child and young victims in Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes

  • Bucks County Council – Community Safety

    serving people in Aylesbury Vale, Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucks, works with partners to provide access to 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, group counselling, support groups, outreach support, telephone helpline, advice and information, referral to other services, provision of safe housing.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    works across Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes providing 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, support group, telephone helpline, advice and information, support for children bereaved by crime e.g. road traffic accident, homicide. For access across the UK the organisation offers a website, helpline and booked phone support for parents/carers.

  • Clean Slate

    supports adults and young people who have been victim to sexual, physical, mental and emotional abuse, working across Oxfordshire and  in Aylesbury Vale

  • Daisy’s Dream

    works across Berkshire  providing support for  bereaved children and families, including 1:1 and group counselling, support groups, advice and information

  • Escaping Victimhood

    is a national charity covering England which provides residential workshop programmes for those people who are suffering  trauma as a result of being a victim of crime to enable them to have a more positive future.Workshops are open to people living in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes

  • Flag DV

    works in West Berkshire, providing information, advice and signposting to victims of domestic abuse, including legal (family law) advice

  • Male Survivors Berkshire

    works across Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes providing 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, group counselling, telephone helpline, advice and information plus email support and an on-line forum.

  • Mediation Works MK

    provides services across Buckinghamshire including Chiltern, South Bucks and Milton Keynes, as well as to Central Bedfordshire and potentially in Northamptonshire. Activities offered are outreach support, telephone helpline, advice and information, referral to other services plus conflict resolution / long term solutions/mediation.

  • National Association for People Abused in Childhood

    provides services across the Thames Valley and the rest of the UK via telephone helpline and referring to other services. We run support groups when we are able to raise sufficient funds (at about £6000 per sequence of 12 sessions for 12 participants).

  • No5 Youth Counselling and Information Service

    works in Reading with young people from across Berkshire, providing 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, group counselling and signposting to other agencies.  

  • Oxford Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre

    works across Oxfordshire providing support group, outreach support, telephone helpline, advice and information and email support, with 1:1 counselling to start in 2015.

  • Oxfordshire Cruse Bereavement Care

    works across Oxfordshire providing; 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, group counselling, support group, telephone helpline and advice and information.  

  • Rape Crisis (Wycombe, Chiltern & South Bucks)

    supports people in Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead, Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucks. The comprehensive services include 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, support group, outreach support, telephone helpline, befriending and advocacy and referral to other services. There is an Independent Sexual Violence Adviser available and specific BAME outreach.

  • Refugee Resource

    works with people across Oxfordshire to provide 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, group counselling, support group, advice and information, a mentoring service and referral to other services.

  • Relate Berkshire

    works in Wokingham, Bracknell Forest, Reading, West Berkshire and South Oxfordshire supporting young victims and victims of domestic abuse through 1 :1 counselling, telephone helpline and offering advice and information

  • Relate Mid Thames and Buckinghamshire

    provides 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy, couple and family counselling and sex therapy for people in Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead, Aylesbury Vale, Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucks.

  • Respect

    provides a national telephone helpline, advice and information for men experiencing domestic violence or abuse.

  • Rights of Women

    works nationally, providing a telephone helpline and advice and information for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.

  • Safe! Support for Young People affected by Crime

    works works across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes providing 1:1 support sessions to 8 to 25 year olds who have been harmed by crime or bullying 

  • Support U

    provides support across the Thames Valley for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and children and young victims within the LGBT community by a telephone helpline, counselling, outreach support, advice and information

  • SUPPORTLINE

    works throughout the UK providing emotional support, advice and information by telephone helpline, email and postal support

  • The Dash Charity

    works in Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead, and South Bucks providing support for victims of domestic abuse and their families, including support group, outreach support, telephone helpline, advice and information, referral to other services and provision of safe housing.

  • The ManKind Initiative

    works nationally, providing a telephone helpline and advice and information for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.

  • The Rahab Project

    works in Reading and West Berkshire addressing issues of sexual exploitation to provide outreach support, advice and information, referral to other services, advocacy and keywork. A project of the Mustard Tree Foundation

  • Time to Talk West Berkshire

    provides 1:1 counselling or psychotherapy.

  • Trust House Reading

    works across Berkshire offering a telephone helpline, counselling and advice and information for victims of sexual assault and children and young victims

  • West Berkshire CAB

    offers advice and information and referral to other services for people needing help for the problems they face

  • West Berkshire Council Family Resource Service – DART

    provides a telephone helpline, outreach support and advice and information for victims of domestic violence and children and young victims in West Berkshire

  • West Berkshire Restorative Justice

    provides  restorative justice services in West Berkshire via Facilitation of Restorative Justice meetings.

  • Wycombe Women’s Aid

    provides support, advice and psychological counselling to victims of domestic violence in Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucks.

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