NCVAN is pleased to announce our new webinar series: “Nuts & Bolts: Tools and Resources in Addressing Essential Victim Needs.”
Through the series advocates and service providers gain fundamental knowledge to advocate for and address common resource needs victims encounter.
Advocates completing five of the seven webinars associated with this series will earn a certificate from NCVAN indicating that the advocate has completed NCVAN’s core training in obtaining resources to support victims of violent crime or (co-victims of homicide).
Other topics in the series include housing, victim’s compensation, childcare, healthcare, disability, food benefits, and expanded professional and resource development opportunities for advocates.
Thank you for sponsoring and/or participating in the NCVAN 8th Annual Know Hope 5K Walk Run Remembering Victims of Homicide.
NCVAN is grateful for those individuals who supported crime victims by attending the events in our area. Photos are from our Memorial Garden Ceremony and luncheon.
Spring clean up and planting at the NCVAN Victim Memorial Garden this morning. Many thanks to Tina from the Homewood Nursery & Garden Center for the donation of plants and