angelhands believe it is a basic human right of victims of crime to have;
- The right to have a voice, an established space to voice their experiences, and have their voices heard by others;
- The right to have relevant and current information and resources delivered in a pro-active, affordable, and timely fashion.
angelhands offers support and strength to people who are bereaved by homicide or affected by serious assault. angelhands peer- support, virtual and physical resource library, training and referral services, are all invaluable in helping to addressing the impacts of crime.
Our services encourage awareness of the elements essential to promote and accelerate a person’s recovery from trauma and as well as asserting their needs within the wider community.