LEARN MORE ABOUT CVAC

Our Mission

CVAC is dedicated to preventing crime and assisting crime victims and their families and communities in Georgia through quality education, advocacy, counseling, and legislative initiatives.

Our Vision

That crime victims be few and that each be made whole.

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Our History

CVAC was organized in July 1989 under the guidance of an urban ministry program of the United Methodist Church, to respond to the unmet needs of crime victims in our society. CVAC was incorporated as a nonprofit corporation. While CVAC is a Christian-based organization, it is nondenominational in its membership and support. It responds to crime victims with understanding and help regardless of the victim’s race, sex, national origin or religious beliefs. CVAC realizes that crime victims benefit through a variety of resources, services and programs. Therefore, CVAC seeks to involve churches, community organizations and concerned individuals alike in its efforts.

 

Our Core Values

Every person is uniquely created in God’s image and born into a world where sin is present and separates us from God.

God calls us to address victims’ harms and needs, hold offenders accountable to put right those harms, and involve victims, offenders, and communities in a restorative process.

With God’s direction and through the power of the Holy Spirit, we seek ways to heal broken hearts and reconcile shattered relationships, respecting the individuality and worth of each person.

It is through Christ that all things are possible.

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