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Survivors Assistance Network

United Kingdom
Target Audience
Victims of terrorismFamiliesFormers
key themes association
Victims of terrorism
Peer Reviewed practice


Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation

Non-governmental organisation registered with the Charity Commission of England and Wales (1048990)

Type of Organisation: NGO

Project description

Provision of victims’ services to survivors of political violence resident in England and Wales, providing practical and emotional support so that they may cope with and recover from their experiences.

Tiered care model: Initial Needs Assessments determine if beneficiaries require occasional contact, active support, or complex intervention through a combination of individual assistance, group interventions, or specialist referral.


Face-to-face individual needs assessments and home visits. Referral and advocacy communications, including in-person representation.

Up to 12 group interventions per annum, for example. Up to 20 beneficiaries learning coping mechanisms for families living with trauma; memorial events, etc.

Continuous or occasional practical or emotional support on an individual casework basis helping address needs in multiple outcome domains: education, skills and employment; finance and benefits; outlook and attitudes; wellbeing; drugs and alcohol; social integration; family & friends; shelter and accommodation; criminal justice system/truth recovery & historical enquiries institution experience; safety and perceived safety.

Contact details


The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Centre
Peace Drive
Great Sankey, Warrington
Cheshire, WA5 1HQ
United Kingdom

Telephone: (+44) (0) 192 558 1231
Email| Website

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Survivors Assistance Network
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