National Crime Victims Rights Week Resource Fair is an event organized to provide information, support, and resources for victims of crime and their families. The event is held annually during April, recognized as National Crime Victims Rights Week. The event aims to raise awareness about victim rights, promote healing and justice for victims of crime, and connect them with the resources they need to rebuild their lives.
The theme this year is Survivor Voices: Elevate. Engage. Effect Change. The central idea of this theme is to urge communities to enhance the voices of survivors and pledge to establish a setting where survivors feel assured that they will receive a listening ear, belief, and assistance.
National Crime Victims Rights Week Resource Fair provides a safe and supportive space for victims of crime to connect with others who may have experienced similar trauma, learn about their rights, and access the resources they need to heal and rebuild their lives. The event is an essential step towards promoting justice, healing, and empowerment for victims of crime and their families.
Join us Tuesday, April 25th, from 11 am-2 pm in the Campus Center MPR!
Location: Campus Center MPR.