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National social welfare agency for children and families in need Appogg

Victim Support Malta

National social welfare agency for children and families in need Appogg

Appogg agency offers social work intervention, psychological counselling, help, support and advice to victims, in particular to vulnerable groups like children and victims of domestic violence.

The National Social Welfare Agency for Children and Families in Need Appogg

  • is incorporated within the Foundation for Social Welfare Services of the Ministry of Family and Social Solidarity
  • offers constant social work intervention, psychological counselling, help, support and advice to victims in general, but especially to vulnerable groups like children and victims of domestic violence
  • provides services free of charge which do not depend on the prosecution and conviction of the offender

CONTACTS:

Website: http://www.appogg.gov.mt/

Victim Support Malta

Victim Support Malta provides victims of crime with professional, independent, confidential and impartial information about their rights and the services and assistance they can get.

Victim Support Malta

  • is an independent organisation and is not part of the police, courts or any other criminal justice agencies
  • provides victims of crime with professional, independent, confidential and impartial information about their rights and the services and assistance they can get
  • offers information about Malta’s criminal justice system and criminal proceedings
  • provides services free of charge which are available irrespective of whether or not the crime has been reported and regardless of when it happened

CONTACTS:

Website: http://victimsupport.org.mt/

Last update: 22/05/2019

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