FAQs

If you are a victim of, witness to, or family member of a victim of a VIOLENT crime you are generally eligible to receive assistance through the VCSS program. Examples of what may be considered a violent crime include: homicide, attempted murder, assault, sexual assault, robbery with violence, break and enter with violence, and domestic violence.

As long as you are currently residing in Queensland, it does not matter where the crime was committed.

Whilst we cannot attend court with you, we can provide you with information about the court process and referrals to other organisations who can attend court with you.

No, this service is only for victims of crime, family members and people who have witnessed a crime.

The Victims Counselling and Support Service (VCSS) is a free service.

No, you are eligible to access the service whether the crime has been reported the police or not.