Home Support App To Help Victims of Crime During Social Distancing
Voice for Victims and Witnesses - the free, confidential support service for victims and witnesses of crime in Northamptonshire - has released the Voice Home Support Hub app, to help people cope and recover from the effects of crime during social distancing.
The app is available for download now, for free, here…
The lockdown measures imposed to help stop the spread of Covid-19 have, for many, resulted in a loss of routine structure and traditional social networks that people rely on for support following traumatic experiences. This can have a profound effect on an individual's ability to recover from crime, especially at a time when latent anxiety is prevalent in many regarding the health of themselves, friends and family.
Voice - which is still operational and supporting people by phone and online during social distancing - has therefore created its Home Support Hub application to help breakdown these barriers to recovery by providing practical information on how to stay physically and mentally healthy during social distancing. The app details elements such as how people can improve their sleep pattern or harness their creativity to help their recovery journey.
Although created for those recovering from trauma, the Voice Home Support Hub contains practical advice for anyone struggling with their mental health during this period of isolation.
Anyone who has been a victim or witness of crime in Northamptonshire can access Voice, regardless of when the crime took place, and regardless of whether they have reported anything to the police or not. Support is free and confidential. Call 0300 303 1965 or visit voicenorthants.org
Find out more about Voice here…
Posted: Mon, 06 Apr 2020 09:59 by Lizzi Bucklow-Holt