Why The Hub
As a victims mother of homicide, I have learnt over the years what is failing within the support network for victims families.
THE HUB’S SUPPORT
The Hub is a drop in centre with information and support under one roof. We understand the issues affecting a victims family of homicide.
THE HUB’S GOALS
To bring a positive feeling to the victims families of homicide in knowing that there is now a place they can go to be heard, advised, referred onwards (if required).
SUPPORT FROM THE HUB
If you would like to begin receiving support, please complete our F.A.S.H form.
The Hub is a drop in center providing Support After Murder and Culpable Road Death to all family members. Information and support all under one roof.
Advice and Guidance
Liaison with other Partners
Trusted Referral Network
Judicial Process Support
Refer onto Peer Support
Books for Bereaved Children
Approved by Merseyside Police And Merseyside Serious Crime also British Transport Police.
Latest news and updates from the team at the Hub.
Working in Partnership with the Police and Crime Commissioner Emily Spurrell within the Merseyside Victim Care HUB
We would like to send some of our photos to the PCC Emily Spurrell who we applaud here for thinking of So many many victim’s. We would also like to say thank you to Nick, Jan, Clare and Oliver and everyone Working within the Victim Care HUB. We are certainly proud of...
“After I lost my partner I was left to bring up my three-year-old son. I took myself into a very dark place, I was told about the HUB and went along. I am now a member of FFFJ as the HUB referred me to them for support and my son is a member of the children’s group OLLY that the HUB referred me to.
Without this connection I do not know where I would be today”
“I lost my husband to murder. My VLO from the National Probation Service
referred me to the HUB and I spoke to Jean Taylor over the
phone and then came along to the HUB, I was given information and guidance.
My 11 grandchildren are all members of the children’s group OLLY by the HUB who referred us to in-house.
I find it a welcoming friendly place who seem to know how I felt. I wish this had been here for me and my family long ago”
“I was a victim. I was in awful housing conditions. I was informed about the HUB.
My two boys are now in the children’s group OLLY. I have since been rehoused thanks to Beverley who addressed the housing department. I now enjoy coming to the HUB whenever I need to talk or ask for information.
It is a valuable source of information for victims knowing you can call in anytime 5 days a week and know that someone is there. Extremely helpful”