Support for those affected by attacks in Spain

23 Aug, 2017

Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with all those affected by the horrific attacks in Spain.

The people who have been injured or who witnessed the attacks, as well as the loved ones of those affected will need support from their family, friends, community as well as from professional supporters. We will continue to update this page with information for those affected by this attack.

For emergencies please call 112 – the European emergency helpline.  Or the Spanish helpline numbers 091 or 062.

If you have any information on the incident that occured at  or #Cambrills write to mossos.terrorisme@gencat.cat or call +34937285220

Phone for relatives of people that could be affected: +34 900400012

If you need information on the incident on the Ramblas in Barcelona please contact +34932142124

The police asks not to share any images of the event out of respect for the victims and their families.

Follow updated information on @emergenciescat Mossos

 

Support for victims

For support you can contact the Victim Assistance Offices for Violence crime across Spain: Oficinas de Asistencia a Víctimas en territorio Español 

For support you can contact the Victim Assistance Offices for Violence crime across Andalusia: Oficinas del Servicio de Asistencia a Víctimas en Andalucía

The Spanish Office of Information and Assistance to Victims of Terrorism of the special Court (Audiencia Nacional) provided for in article 51 of Act 29/2011, of September 22, on the Recognition and Integral Protection of Victims of Terrorism, is the subject of regulatory development to strengthen their functions, and ensure the necessary coordination among all institutions involved in the assistance and protection of victims of terrorist offenses.

https://www.administraciondejusticia.gob.es/paj/publico/ciudadano/servicios/para_ti/victimas/victimas_terrorismo/!ut/p/c5/04_SB8K8xLLM9MSSzPy8xBz9CP0os3gzT1dTz6BgExNjA0szA08vgwBjc0NnAwsvM6B8JLJ8qIuJgadxWJhrgIevgYGJATG6DXAAR0K6w0Guxa3CxRy_fIAxujyq670N8cuDfAeSx-N-P4_83FT9gtzQCINMzywTR0VFAPsqSjs!/dl3/d3/L0lDUmlTUSEhL3dHa0FKRnNBL1lCUmZ3QSEhL2Vu/

Justice Administration Portal – Oficina de víctimas de terrorismo

www.administraciondejusticia.gob.es

Justice Administration Portal

 

Dirección General de Apoyo a Victimas del Terrorismo (Directorate-General for Support to Victims of Terrorism) gives victims of terrorism information, means and services, for the following:

–       Support and grants available to victims (general victim support).s del Terrorismo (Directorate-General for Support to Victims of Terrorism) gives victims of terrorism information, means and services, for the following:

– State compensations, and models

–       Specialist victim support, in particular medical and trauma support

–       Vocational and practical support when victim needs support in changing jobs or changing housing because of the terrorist attacks

–       It also refers to associations and foundations of victims of terrorism that can provide more humanitarian and personal assistance.

–       Offers publications and catalogues and other written information

–       The response has a nature of immediacy and predicts major catastrophes

–       Bilingual Spanish / English information/others idioms.

A link to their website:

Ø http://www.interior.gob.es/

Portada – Ministerio del Interior

www.interior.gob.es

Ø http://www.interior.gob.es/es/web/servicios-al-ciudadano/ayudas-y-subvenciones/a-victimas-de-actos-terroristas/oficina-de-atenciona-a-victimas-audiencia- national

Dirección General de Apoyo a Víctimas del Terrorismo

DIRECTORA GENERAL DE APOYO A VÍCTIMAS DEL TERRORISMO

Doña Sonia Ramos Piñeiro

C/ Amador de los Ríos, 8
28010 – Madrid
(Madrid)
Tel.: 0034 915372479
Tel.: 0034 915372480
Fax: 0034 915372425

SUBDIRECCIÓN GENERAL DE APOYO A VÍCTIMAS DEL TERRORISMO

Doña Paloma Pérez Cortijo

C/ Amador de los Ríos, 8
28010 – Madrid
Tel.: 0034 915372441
Fax: 0034 915372451

SUBDIRECCIÓN GENERAL DE AYUDAS A VÍCTIMAS DEL TERRORISMO

Doña María Luz Labrada Tellado

C/ Amador de los Ríos, 8
28010 – Madrid
Tel.: 0034 915372421
Fax: 0034 915372410

 

Foreign victims of the attacks

The Catalonian authorities have made information public about the nationalities of those who were killed or injured. Although the information might still be updated – currently victims of 34 countries have been identified: Germany, Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Morocco, Canadian, China, Colombia, Romania, Venezuelan, Cuban, Equatorial, Egypt, Spain, United States, Philippines, France, UK, Greece, The Netherlands, Taiwan, Honduras, Hungary, Ireland, Italian, Kuwait, Macedonia, Mauretania, Pakistan, Peru, Dominican Republic, Turkey.

If you are affected by these attacks and are looking for support in another EU Member States you can find a victim support organisations near you: http://victimsupporteurope.eu/members/

For France: Consulat Général de France : + 34 93 270 30 35 or the crisis line +33 1 43 17 51 00 to reach the Family Assistance Centre in Barcelona. If you are in France and affected by the attacks you can call 08VICTIMES – 00 33 (0)1 41 83 42 08  every day 7/7

For Belgium: For those who are worried about their loved ones can contact the Federal Public Service of Foreign Affairs on +32 (0) 501 81 11, or the emergency contact +3225018111; For Belgians in Spain you can contact +34 934 677 080 or +34 609 661 000 in case of emergencies

For the Netherlands: The Ministry of Foreign affairs has opened an emergency line +31247247247; Contact Slachtofferhulp Nederlands to get support https://www.slachtofferhulp.nl/Actueel/2017/Ondersteuning-voor-Nederlandse-getuigen-van-aanslag-Barcelona/

For the UK: Independent charity Victim Support is able to provide practical help and emotional support to British residents affected by the terror attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, including witnesses. For more information and to access support please call Victim Support’s 24/7 Supportline on 0808 16 89 111 or visit www.victimsupport.org.uk.

Our thoughts are with all victims of terrorism.