As a victim or witness there are practical tasks you may need assistance with, such as filling out forms, reporting the crime, finding a lawyer, and more. Additionally, dealing with larger issues like medical treatment and navigating the criminal justice system during the trial can be overwhelming. Our services, tailored to your needs, encompass a range of support, including legal and emotional assistance.

Know your rights

Victim Support Morocco (VSM) is dedicated to protecting the rights of victims. Our primary mission is to empower you by providing comprehensive knowledge about your rights. We strive to ensure that you have the necessary information and support to navigate the legal process effectively. With VSM, you can rest assured that your voice will be heard, your needs will be addressed, and you will receive the assistance you deserve during this challenging time.

What to do

Being a crime victim or witness is highly traumatic, regardless of the incident’s severity. It disrupts everyday life and triggers physical, emotional, and mental reactions. VSM offers a safe space for victims and witnesses to seek support, guidance, and assistance, including legal and emotional help. Collaborating with national and international assosiations, VSM ensures access to diverse resources to meet your needs as a victims or witnesses.


The decision to report to the police rests with you, but we emphasize the importance of doing so. Reporting not only helps you find closure but also prevents further victims. Once the initial shock fades next steps may involve contacting the police and a lawyer. If your case goes to trial, it can be overwhelming but remember that while someone made that choice to harm you, it is now your choice how you respond and shape your future.



If you have been sexually or violently assaulted, it is crucial to promptly document your injuries at the hospital. Time is of the essence, as evidence becomes less clear as time passes. Gathering DNA samples, fingerprints, and preserving your clothes can aid the police investigation. Acting swiftly and refraining from bathing or washing your clothes is essential to preserve crucial evidence. 

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Having to go to court can be an intimidating and overwhelming experience. It is a significant step in seeking justice and begin your healing journey. Your testimony can contribute to holding the offender accountable and prevent future crimes. Remember, you have the strength and resilience to face this challenge, and with victim support, you can navigate the complexities of the court system and more.



In times of vulnerability, reaching out for help is a brave and empowering choice. It is an essential step towards healing, recovery, and rebuilding your life after a being a victim of crime. Victim support services can offer practical assistance in various areas as well as emotional support. They can also guide you in applying for compensation and navigating the complexities of paperwork and documentation.


Find help

If you’re a crime victim, finding help is crucial. Reach out to local authorities, report the crime, and provide details. Seek immediate medical attention if needed. Contact helplines or hotlines specifically for victims of crime. Get in connect with victim support association’s and lean on friends and family for support. Online resources can provide information and access to services. Remember, you don’t have to face this alone. Reach out, we are here to help.