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  • you have any questions about our work, including how you can get help from one of the associations in Morocco working with victims
  • If you want to hear more about how you can become a volunteer
  • you want to hear more about opportunities for collaboration and cooperation, or about how your association can contribute to our work with victims in Morocco.
  • there is anything else, you think we can help you with

Frequently Asked Questions


Does it cost money to get help?

No, it does not cost anything to receive legal or emotional support from Victim Support Morocco or Morocco Tourist Assistance Service.  For us, it is not about earning money but ensuring that we raise the money to provide our services for free.

How can I get help?

If you need legal or emotional support, you can either call us or write to us 24/7 – if we are busy, we will contact you as soon as possible.

Can any victim get support?

Yes, anyone who has been a victim or witnessed a crime can receive legal and/or emotional support for this also relatives.

How long can I receive help?

We recognize that as a victim or witness you may need help for a longer period and therefore there is no timescale on how long you can receive help.

What can VSM help me with?

What we can help you with will depend on your concrete needs for help. As a starting point, we primarily provide advice in relation to what your next steps can be if you have been a victim of or a witness to a crime as well as help you find the right place near you including referral to e.g. a lawyer or the nearest victim support association.

How do you work with?

In addition to our international partners who typically also work with victim support themselves, such as Victim Support Europe and Irish Tourist Assistance Service, we also work with several and hopefully in the long term – together with all national associations working with Victim Support.

Frequently asked questions


How can we be a partner / member?

If your association provides Victim support including legal support and/or emotional support, respectively – then we would love to work with you so that we can all help as many people as possible – because unfortunately there are too many who are in need of our help. At VSM you will as a Victim Support association become a member of our association where you will be a part of a bigger network of partners / members.

What is the application process?

After we have received your application and answered any questions you may have – our secretariat will begin processing it which means, among other things, that a meeting will be held to tell more about our work and to get to know your organization better to ensure fruitful cooperation for all victims and witnesses of crime in Morocco.

Does it cost money to join?

No, it does not cost anything to become either a partner or a member. At VSM we work hard to raise money to cover all our costs to our service is free for everyone in need as well as for our partners / members.

How can we collaborate?

In order to ensure fruitful cooperation across national and international partners working with victims in particular, it is also important that we all know what each of us is working on, including how to best meet this often heavy task of working with victims. Therefore, network meetings are held on an ongoing basis as well as everything from lectures to joint teaching and much more.

How can I/we apply?

Initially, you can read more under Partnerswhere you can read more about what requirements we make of our partners/members as well as the further course including a link to our application form. If you have any questions about this, please contact us by phone or email.

What can we do to help?

Since we hope that Victim Support will be seen as a member organization, which means that we all have a form of ownership which is not about money, but more about having a common platform to (co-)work from and thereby strengthen our respective support services. This also means that we accept all the help we can get from contributing to posting relevant news, giving a lecture ect. If you have a suggestion for what you /I can help with or would like to share with all the other Victim Support associations – please contact us. A hand doesn’t clap alone.