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Building Bridges Project
Building Bridges Project
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Stay Tuned for NCVC’s
2022 National Training Institute
St. Louis, MO October 6-8
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The VictimConnect Resource Center offers a confidential, compassionate helpline and resources for victims of all crime.
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The National Crime Victims Bar Association focuses on civil justice and connects victims to the best attorneys for their cases.
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Are you a victim of crime in the District of Columbia? Click here to visit the DC Victim Hotline's website.

Are you, or someone you know, a victim of crime? Click here to visit the VictimConnect Resource Center website. Serving victims anywhere in the United States.


Are you a victim of crime seeking legal representation in order to pursuit a civil case related to the crime that you are a victim of? Click here to submit a form to the Attorney Referral Service.
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