Faith Communities and Victim Service Providers: How Can We Connect to Care?
Most faith communities have a compassionate strategy in their ministry work that compliments the mission of victim advocates caring for crime victims. Faith partnerships can provide basic needs for crime victims, including food, clothing, and transitional shelter. They can also provide practical, emotional, spiritual, and financial support in the aftermath of violence and traumatic events.
- All Faith leaders and crime victim service providers are invited.
- The event is sponsored by the Foothills Human Trafficking Task Force and supported by the South Carolina Victim Assistance Network.
- This roundtable discussion is a virtual event hosted through the Zoom platform.
- Please join us on Thursday, September 3, 2020, from 10 am - 12 pm
- Learn about collaboration opportunities from statewide and local leaders. Share needs, ideas, and best practices for crime victim care achieved through faith partnerships.
- 30-minute training VSP credit is available for Victim Advocate attendees.
- Text ANDERS ROUNDTABLE to 31996 to register.
- A registration link will be sent to your mobile device.
- After registration, the Zoom link will be emailed to you.