Causes: Human Services
Mission: The mission of crime survivors is to provide hope and healing to victims and survivors of crime through advocacy and the support of resources, information, and empowerment from the critical time after a crime occurs through the challenges and successes of surviving and thriving.
Programs: Survivors hope fund-- items such as travel, bus passes, and lunch reimbursement are provided to victims and survivors as these expenses are not covered by the state programs and assistance. We believe victims and survivors should not have to cover these expenses as they did not request to be put in these circumstances to begin with. Case management--ultimately, the case manager provides guidance to advocacy, legal support, self-defense, and mental health services to ensure that every victim or survivor ultimately survives and thrives.
resource guides--resource guides provide an easy way for first responders to ensure that crime victims know where to turn once law enforcement and other personnel have wrapped up their work in and around the scene of a crime. Many survivors will have a long and painful road to healing and they will need a strong, committed group of supporters around them. The resource guides help survivors in seeking out these support groups, resources, and referrals. Holiday healing program events--program events are planned and organized to give crime victims, survivors, and families the opportunity to enjoy the fun and traditions of the seasons surrounded by people who care for their healing. Each program also provides those who are underserved or experiencing challenges with financial self-sufficiency with food and other resources such as gifts, and gift cards and tools for healing. Statement of all program service accomplishments
statement of all program services accomplishments