The Josh Hanson Trust Fine Lines Art Project is designed for young people who are victims of crime and are seeking art as an intervention to help to cope and move forward. Our projects are delivered by an expert by experience and assisted by session supervisors who have a wealth of knowledge working with and supporting young people and victims of crime. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic we have been working with both primary and secondary school pupils as well as working with vulnerable young people within the Criminal Justice System who have been referred to us by the police and the public sector. Art provides the individual to create a safe space which they can have a sense of control over and where trauma recovery is repressed. Our art intervention promotes individuals to learn how to manage behaviours, reduce anxiety and depression and help to increase self-esteem. Creating art further helps the individual to recognise feelings where talking therapies prove to be challenging.