This policy brief summarises findings from the European Commission-funded project SARAH “Safe, Aware, Resilient, Able and Heard – protecting and supporting migrant women victims of gender-based violence” conducted in 2021 and 2022. The SARAH project takes place in 4 EU member states (Finland, Germany, Greece and Italy) and has the aim of developing tools and methods to improve access to victim support services for migrant women victims of gender-based violence. The project provides legal and psychosocial counselling for the women as well as information and support for actors working with them. The counsellors work for the partner NGOs Solwodi (Germany), Greek Refugee Council (Greece), Consiglio Italiano per i Rifugiati (Italy), and Puijola Setlementti (Finland) and the project is coordinated by The European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, Affiliated with the United Nations; HEUNI. During the project, the experiences of both counsellors and beneficiaries have been collected through informal online and in situ meetings, and also through systematic data collection. Several important findings about this group of beneficiaries and how to best provide some of the services they need in a sensitive way have been made.