VoiceAbility work across England with people who are vulnerable or marginalised to raise their voices and have their rights respected
Jenny is anxious every time she leaves her house. People she doesn’t know are there, shouting at her in the street. The police can’t help her because when they arrive, no one is there.
The Support Service for Vulnerable Victims of Anti-Social Behaviour in Lincolnshire is there for people experiencing, or believe they are experiencing, anti-social behaviour (ASB). A professional, such as an ASB officer, or the police may refer someone to an advocate if they they think the ASB is having a significant impact on the person’s mental or physical health.Read more
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