Victims of anti-social behaviour (ASB) can feel helpless and frustrated, referred from one organisation to another seeking an intervention that will put an end to the problems they are experiencing. In many cases victims are some of the most vulnerable in our society and even what is perceived as ‘low level’ ASB, when targeted and persistent, can have devastating effects on their lives.
In 2017 the PCC has awarded funding to the Alliance of Surrey Mediation Services to establish a service to support victims of ASB. The service will help people tackle difficult situations, overcome uncertainty about what to do next, and improve their general well-being by:
- providing a listening ear;
- supporting you to develop coping strategies; and
- Signposting you to other sources of support
More information can be found here: http://www.allianceofsurreymediationservices.org/anti-social-behaviour-coaching/