STAND UP 4 VICTIMS' RIGHTS

MONDAY, April 20, 2015
11:00 A.M.
Georgia Capitol, Liberty Plaza

STAND UP FOR VICTIMS’ RIGHTS – #Stand4VR and #EndViolenceToday

Crime Victims Advocacy Council (CVAC) Sponsors
STAND UP FOR VICTIMS’ RIGHTS

It’s time! Take a Stand For Victims’ Rights today

Next week, thousands across the country are honoring and serving victims during the 2015 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 19 – 26, 2015.

On Monday, April 20, 2015, at 11:00 A.M. at the Georgia Capitol, Liberty Plaza, hundreds from over metro-Atlanta are standing for victims’ rights,  and we need you to join in. Don’t have the capacity to stand? No problem. This campaign is about honoring victims and sharing awareness together to create action for victims’ rights.

Here are two ways YOU can Stand for Victims’ Rights on this day.

  1. Make your mark and share on social media.Ask your online network to join you in taking action.

Important: we’re using the hashtags #Stand4VR and #EndViolenceToday.

2.   Join us at the GA Capitol Liberty PlazaThe public plaza is large enough to accommodate over 3,000 visitors and is located across from the Georgia State Capitol.

Thanks for standing for victims’ rights.

On behalf of all of us at Crime Victims Advocacy Council, Inc

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SUPPORT GROUPS: CVAC offers two support groups for those who have lost a loved one to homicide. The groups are Tuesday evenings in Cobb County and Thursday evenings in Dekalb County.

CVAC HELPLINE: CVAC offers assistance in completing victim compensation claims, victim impact statements, and request for victim’s notification. Anyone can call CVAC for information and resources related to crime victims between 8am – 8pm – call 770-333-9254 and press 1 at the prompt.

For more information about CVAC and ‘Stand Up For Victims’ Rights,  please visit cvaconline.org, call 770-333-9254 or email askcvac@gmail.com. Interviews are available from CVAC Board Members.

About CVAC

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. It was founded 25 years ago by the Reverend Doctor Bruce Cook, who himself lost a family member to a violent crime. People who need assistance can call the CVAC Helpline for assistance: 770-333-9254.

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