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Victim Support

If you have been a victim of a hate crime, you can get support from a number of NGOs. If you get in touch with the national contact point, they will help you, or refer you to a group who can provide you with support locally. If you would like support from An Garda Síochána (the police) or would like to follow up on a report that you have made, contact the Garda Victim Liaison Office - you will find your local office here: http://www.garda.ie/Controller.aspx?Page=15118&Lang=1

Racist/Religious Hate Crime Contact Point 

The national point of contact for racist or religious hate crime is ENAR Ireland. You can call them on 01 889 7110 or email the office on info@enarireland.org. The ENAR Ireland website is www.enarireland.org

Homophobic Hate Crime Contact Point

If you have been the victim of a homophobic hate crime, you can call the LGBT helpline on 1890 929539, or by Instant Message here: http://lgbt.ie/online-chat.aspx. Details of local support groups are available here: http://lgbt.ie/get-support.aspx. The LGBT Helpline website is http://www.lgbt.ie

Transphobic Hate Crime Contact Point 
If you have been the victim of a transphobic hate crime, you can call TENI (the Transgender equality network Ireland) on 01 8733575. You can also email at info@teni.ie. 

General Victim Support

Any victim of a hate crime can get support from http://crimevictimshelpline.ie/ by calling 116006, by emailing info@crimevictimshelpline.ie or by texting 085 1337711.