How We Help

How We Help

  1. Provide training, technical assistance, and other support to organizations that serve victims and survivors
  2. Develop resources that highlight best practices or address challenges that impact our field
  3. Award Innovation Grants that allow organizations to test or pilot new ways to effectively reach victims from underserved communities

 

Boston Area Rape Crisis Center

The staff at the NRC not only helped me strategize how to manage a particularly challenging relationship with partners across our community, they connected me with other people in my field who could help me make those relationships functional long-term. And they were even able to send some of those allies to meetings to help facilitate a stronger connection between us. NRC's involvement made a complicated project much more feasible and manageable.

Dave Rini

IMPACT Boston, a program of Triangle, Inc.

One of the best benefits of NRC was hearing the voices of leaders and innovators in multiple marginalized communities. By bringing community leaders together, NRC is able to develop a broad perspective on how those most affected by violence and abuse are in the best position to lead the way on healing and recovery.

Meg Stone

The Love More Movement, Inc.

The National Resource Center for Reaching Victims (NRC) has been an invaluable resource of support and capacity building of the Love More Movement, Inc. The NRC has helped us shape, frame and activate our mission by providing capacity building support for us to replicate to scale through strategic planning, professional development, asset mapping, networking and financial support. We have had capacity building opportunities in the past and this was by far the best experience that we have ever had.