In 2018, the National Resource Center for Reaching Victims launched the Reaching Victims Innovations Mini-Grant Program. The purpose of this program was to address unmet needs and close gaps that prevent survivors from underserved communities from accessing services. Learn more about these projects.Read More
Victim services will be accessible, culturally relevant, and trauma informed–and that the overwhelming majority of victims will access and benefit from these services.
The National Resource Center for Reaching Victims is led by the Vera Institute of Justice, and is a collaboration among Caminar Latino, Casa de Esperanza, Common Justice, FORGE, the National Children's Advocacy Center, the National Center for Victims of Crime, the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life, and Women of Color Network, Inc.Read More
We have developed a library of resources that highlight best practices or address challenges that impact our field. These include fact and tip sheets, reports, guides, tool-kits and webinars. Search our database to find the resource that best suits your current needs.Read More
Just Ask: A Toolkit to Help Advocates, Attorneys, and Law Enforcement Meet the Needs of Crime Victims with DisabilitiesPeople with disabilities and Deaf people experience violent crime at three times the rate of people without disabilities, yet healing services and the legal system are often not accessible to them. Learn how to ask about accommodations.Read More
We have resources to support you during COVID-19. We have recordings of listening and strategy sessions, webinars on critical topics, impact briefs, tip sheets, and regularly updated FAQs.Read More