The Mend is back with Season Three!

The Mend is back with Season Three!

The Mend is a podcast for survivors and victims of crime sponsored through the Center for Crime Victim Services. Anna Nasset, an emerging international speaker and survivor/victim of crime, will be your host. This show was created to take a deeper look at services, organizations and issues for victims and survivors of crime. By acknowledging the healing process and providing resources not only in our State of Vermont, but through-out the country, our hope is to support those who have suffered trauma. This podcast will guide listeners through their journey as they begin to mend. Read More
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Crime Victims’ Rights Week – Reflections on Equity in Victim Services

Crime Victims’ Rights Week – Reflections on Equity in Victim Services

Crime Victims' Rights Week - The theme for Crime Victims' Rights Week (CVRW) 2022 is Rights, Access, Equity for All Victims. To honor this important topic, the Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services will be sharing reflections on equity in victim services addressing issues of equity of data, cultural humility, gender bias, racial trauma, and transformational collaborations. These reflections are intended to raise awareness, create understanding and ultimately help transform and enhance victim services in VT. Read More
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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April 1 marks the beginning of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Why is this month so important? Globally, 1 in 3 women worldwide has been subjected to either physical or sexual violence in her lifetime. In the U.S., someone is sexually assaulted every 68 seconds. We need to increase awareness about this very real issue now! Read More
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