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  • The Homicide Survivors
    and Crime Victims
    Program (HSCVP)

    The Homicide Survivors and Crime Victims Program (HSCVP) supports families and friends who have been impacted by violent crimes (homicide, vehicular manslaughter, domestic violence, robbery, burglary, hate crimes, and bullying). HSCVP’s mission is to identify victims of crime in need of practical intervention and support following these crimes. We also provide victims’ advocacy and assist those victims as they navigate through the criminal justice system.

    Grief does not just go away with time, you have to work through it. One way to accomplish this is to connect with a person or group with whom you can talk freely and share your experience. We provide support groups that will connect you with those who understand what you are experiencing through all stages of the grief process. Additionally, our qualified staff are available to provide individual and family grief counseling, listen and assist you with specific questions you may have, and provide you with helpful resources and assist you with victim’s compensation if available to you.

    *The HSCVP is supported by subgrant 2024-VA-UN-9, awarded by ADECA/Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice

    *The HSP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, national origin, or any form of cultural diversity.

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