Murder doesn’t just strike an individual; it also strikes a family and a community, creating an array of needs – emotional and practical – that are often left unmet.
The Homicide Advocacy Project engages a network of volunteers to address the advocacy needs of victims and survivors in communities across North Carolina.
NCVAN has initiated the Homicide Advocacy Project. This project will engage and equip volunteers from across Durham and Wake counties, empowering them to serve and advocate for members of their communities harmed by severe violence. Through community partnerships, NCVAN envisions a network of volunteers providing meaningful responses to the needs created by senseless acts of violence in Wake County.
Click here to contact Scott Bass at NCVAN to discuss small and large ways members of your community can support the Homicide Advocacy Project.