We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that receives funding from a number of sources, including the Victims of Crime Act, the successful prosecution of white collar crimes, conference sponsors, and the dues of our members. Over 100 state-wide programs and 300 individuals have joined us to act as advocates for the victims of crime, improve the development of our professionals, and encourage the mentorships and partnerships that protect the rights of victims. As a member, you will have access to our events, conferences, committees, members only discussion forums about victims’ issues and other resources. Membership in the Network can also provide access to a pool of experienced advocates who can act as mentors and provide technical assistance in case management, record keeping, personnel management, policy development and in navigating the intricacies of the criminal justice system.
Take advantage of this opportunity to become a part of a large and valuable network of victims service providers by becoming a members and participating on a committee.
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