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

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

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Surviving loved ones of homicide victims are left with a lifetime of grief. We offer services that support them and promote their healing.

 When a homicide occurs, the person whose life was taken is not the only victim. For each homicide, on average, there are up to 10 surviving loved ones who are also victims.  We provide comprehensive services that address traumatic loss and complicated grief.  We train victim support to use victim-centered practices when responding to surviving loved ones of homicide victims. 

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Support Services

We support families and loved ones after a life is impacted by violence. 

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Training

We develop and provide victim response training to service providers and allied professionals.

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Advocacy

We propose victim-related legislation and advocate for policy that impacts the rights of crime victims at the state level. 

100,000

Surviving loved ones provided with personalized grief counseling.

53,350

Surviving loved ones provided with personalized grief counseling.
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Join the NCVAN Monthly Giving Community

Your monthly gift will provide surviving loved ones with personalized grief counseling.

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