Isle of Wight Support Services

On this page, you will find local resources designed to support families caring for victims of sexual or violent crimes in Isle of Wight. 

Victim Support help anyone affected by crime – the victim, friends and family or others involved. You can get help at anytime regardless of when the crime took place. Victim Support help you to:

  1. Feel safe and secure.
  2. Understand your rights and services you’re entitled to.
  3. Explore ways to cope.
  4. Connect you to support networks.

Paragon work with female victims and survivors of domestic abuse. They offer emotional and practical support.

We Stand Together is where venues have signed up to be safe spaces in relation to tackling violence against women and girls. There is a list of venues that are currently safe spaces. The aim is to see violence against women and girls reduced along with 24/7 support being more available.

Safe Places provides to anyone feeling vulnerable with a safe place to get help and support.

CIS’ters is a survivor led group that support women who have been abused by by a member of their immediate or extended family. They also include information to help the wider community of the victims friends and non-abusing family, plus professionals.

Here can be found a list of support services for victims of crime.

Community Mental Health Services is a mental health team that works with Adults aged 18 and above. They provide ongoing community treatment and support for adults suffering from severe and enduring mental disorders.

Here is a wide range of resources to signpost you to the support you need to help support your mental health.

SENDIASS Isle of Wight offers free, impartial, confidential information, advice and support to parents and carers of young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) as well as young people themselves.

Mind offer mental health and wellbeing support along the Isle of Wight.

Carers IW support adult unpaid carers of adults. They provide training, support groups and mental health drop ins.