The component ‘Access to Justice and Fair Treatment’ stresses on taking measures to minimize inconvenience to victims, protect their privacy, and ensure safety of victim and their family whenever needed while providing a compassionate and respectful treatment and information regarding their role and scope, timing and progress of the proceedings etc. DISHA in its field-work took a step further by providing home-visits to the victim families.This minimizes the inconvenience to victims to access the necessary legal guidance/information at their own place – ina manner that is protective to their privacy and comfort level. The other advantage of this service is that the workers find it helpful to listen, build rapport with the victim and better understand the socio-economic status of the victim / family and their locality which helps to have better understanding of the victim’s needs and challenges, along with the locally available resources and support persons. DISHA uses this information to create or at least initiate a participative thought process of holistic rehabilitation with the victim and they together formulate a tentative action/rehabilitation plan that is later followed in casework.