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We support the rights and well-being of surviving loved ones of homicide victims and others harmed by violent crime.

 

We invite you to join us as we support and encourage victims and survivors here in North Carolina so that families can heal and communities are made stronger.

Statement on Mass Shooting
The North Carolina Victim Assistance Network stands with the Raleigh community in the aftermath of the mass shooting that took place in the Hedingham community of East Raleigh on Thursday. Once again, we have been reminded that we are not necessarily safe in our homes, our parkways, or any place we gather publicly. Gun violence has become a norm that too frequently invades our daily lives. And gun violence too often ends in homicide.

We extend our condolences and our service offerings to Hedingham residents, loved ones, friends and family members of the victims, and the law enforcement community that has been affected by this senseless tragedy. All services are free of charge.  To learn more about how we can help please call 919-831-2857 or 1-800-348-5068.

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NCVAN provided services, resources, and referrals to over 876 loved ones of homicide, victims of violence, friends, and family since January 2019.

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