Every survivor of torture in the UK has a different story, which means their needs are different, too. That’s why they tailor the support they offer to suit each person who comes to them. They provide counselling, group therapy and ongoing support. They run groups like gardening, music, creative writing and cookery. They provide expert medical assessments to support survivors’ asylum claims. And they use their expertise and evidence to protect and promote survivors' rights and hold torturers to account.