Everyone has a right to live a life free from violence. Victims do not deserve what happened to them and should never be blamed.
There is no universal path to healing, rather it is personal for each victim. We can help victims on that journey by empowering them to choose and pursue their own path.
Collaboration is a vital part of the work that we do. Our agency partners with police and other community agencies in order to meet victims during their journey.
By providing community education and training on the negative effects of crime and ways to prevent it, we can help victims get the support they need from the community and can help end violence before it starts.
Public advocacy is an important component of the work we do. Legislative work, policy consultation, and education efforts can positively impact the lives of victims.