Welcome to Recovery Haven Kerry


Máiread Fernane, Chairperson, addressing the launch of the Galway Branch
Victim Assistance National Officers with Guest Speakers at 2011 Conference
Mr Greg Heylin, CSVC, Professor Jan Van Dijk, Tilburg University & Derek Nally
Minister Phil Hogan at the launch of the Kilkenny Branch
Minister Dermot Ahern at the launch of the Drogheda Branch


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The federation for Victim Assistance is a voluntary organisation that offers Emotional and Practical Assistance to all Victims of Crime and Traumatic incidents.

We also provide a service to family members of Victims.

This service is free and confidential.

Please click here to learn more.

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Our Services

Becoming a Victim of Crime can be a life changing experience.It can often lead to feelings of loss and exclusion. No crime is too small or insignificant.

We have found that the most valuable service our Volunteers provide is to listen to the Victims story. Each person will react differently to a crime. By listening we can understand the full impact a crime has had on an individual and what steps they can take to recover. To view some of the practical services we provide please click on the "learn more" link

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How to Avail of the Service

You may contact us directly and in confidence by phone, text or email. 

When reporting a crime to an Garda Síochána you should also ask that your details be forwarded to Victim Assistance.

For Contact details and Branch locations please click on the "learn more" link

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