My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center, Inc, Upper Marlboro, MD, USA
. October 24, 2012
I write to applaud and recommend the services of the Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center.
On January 5, 2011 my son Terrance C. Hunter was shot and killed in Prince George’s County, MD.
I found out about the Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center through the Register of Wills at the Upper Marlboro Courthouse.
The Register of Wills informed me that the Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center provides support for families who lives have been impacted by homicide.
I was unaware that such a service was available to survivors in need of peer support. Upon my arrival, I was surprise to discover the wide range of services that aided me through the most difficult time in my life. The organization not only prepared me for trial proceedings, but held my hand as they guided and assisted me with legal counsel, bereavement support along with introductions to others with similar experiences.
As a result of their unselfish assistance, concern, and perseverance; justice for my son prevailed. Without hesitation I credit this agency with providing life supporting services and I would refer any survivor to seek their help.
I attribute much of the success to its leadership, vision and dedication to people who are suffering such as myself.
It is truly an honor and a privilege to be part of such a dynamic and courageous organization as The Maryland Crime Victim Resource Center.
Ella C. Hunter, Survivor
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