The physical, financial, emotional, and social consequences of crime not only impacts individuals, but also their families and communities. For over thirty years, the Virginia Victim Assistance Network has worked to minimize the impact by united a cadre of professionals who volunteer their time to ensure the rights of victims and witnesses of crime through:
- Diagnosing, assessing, and advocating for the needs of victims and their families.
- Promoting policies and legislation to protect the rights of the victims of human tragedy.
- Producing professional development and encouraging collaboration to ensure the continued growth of our members.
- Fostering accountability through the criminal justice system.
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