SARI provide casework, advocacy and support to people who feel that they have been targeted or harassed because of their race, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability (including mental health).
We can provide a home visit or arrange to meet you somewhere that you feel safe.
Our service for victims is completely free, confidential and non-judgemental.
We can give you practical advice on how to keep safe, engage with the police and other agencies on your behalf, and provide you and your family with emotional support. We aim to make sure your voice is heard and you get the outcome you want for your case.
We also offer a number of other services that aim to promote race equality, equality in general and to tackle inequalities. These include restorative justice, education, one to one work with children and young people, work with perpetrators and young offenders, training, consultancy and advice to professionals.
Anyone who is, or feels they are, a victim of racism, hate crime or a prejudice-based incident.