SMART goals

Navigating life after experiencing crime victimisation can be especially challenging for young individuals. The trauma and adversity they endure can make the road to recovery seem overwhelming. However, setting SMART goals—Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound—can act as a guiding light, offering a structured path towards healing, resilience, and empowerment. These goals provide clarity and direction, helping young people regain a sense of control and purpose in their lives.

Download this resource to explore the critical role SMART goals play in supporting young crime victims.