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NCVAN’s 6th Annual Know Hope Community Walk/Run

Saturday September 23, 2017


Apex Community Park


2200 Laura Duncan Road, Apex, NC
Information and link to registration below.

Fall Resiliency Retreat and Training on Vicarious Trauma

The North Carolina Victim Assistance Network (NCVAN) is pleased to offer scholarships in 2017 for two special retreat and training events just for victim advocates who work directly and on the local level with victims of violent crimes, including domestic and sexual violence, child abuse, and homicide.


Sunday – Tuesday,   October 22 – 24, 2017


Southwest of Asheville, in Macon County, on a mountain top.

Please read this page in it’s entirety and apply at end:


Watch testimonials from the victims’ loved ones.