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National Crime Victims' Rights Week

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How would you help?

Options, services, and hope for crime survivors.

The 2024 theme asks all of us—friends, family members, neighbors, colleagues, community leaders, victim service providers, criminal justice practitioners, and health professionals—how we can help crime victims. Are you prepared if someone confides in you about a victimization? Is your organization victim-centered and trauma-informed? Are you familiar with the services available in your community?

Join our office and OVC during NCVRW 2024 as we commit to creating safe environments for crime victims to share what happened to them. By doing so, we’re able to offer support, options for life-saving services, and, most importantly, hope.

NCVRW Webinar Registration

On Wednesday, April 24th District Attorney’s Office Victim Services Division will host a webinar to discuss the levels and steps of trauma informed care; incorporating the principals to improve outcomes for victims, from their physical/mental/spiritual wellbeing to the processes of law enforcement and the judicial system. The webinar will host a panel of professionals who will discuss ways to collaborate to provide a more cohesive understanding for the victims we serve and the highlight the challenges all face in their journey to healing.

Register Here

Community Resource Fair

Join us for our annual resource fair on at Old Courthouse Square in Downtown Santa Rosa.

Saturday, April 27 @ 11:00 AM PDT

Facebook event here