Center for Victims is the most comprehensive, inclusive provider of services,
advocacy, and education for victims of all crime.
Our Mission: “Healing trauma, supporting victims and creating social change for a more peaceful community”
Center for Victims is a one-stop-shop with one message, one number to call, and one door for people to walk through to get the best combination of services to meet their needs. Center for Victims ensures that any and all victims in need of services can easily and readily access quality, seamless, and comprehensive services that allows for reduced confusion for victims in their time of trauma; increases effectiveness, influence, and presence; avoids duplication of services; ensures sustainability for our organization; and creates a consistent and improved quality of service for their clients.
Our Vision: Is to work to promote the following values:
- Break the cycle of violence in our community
- Establish a complete continuum of care for children and adults who are victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, homicide and other types of violence and crime
- Remain a visible domestic violence, rape crisis, sexual assault, homicide and other victims of violence and crimes’ provider to ensure that victims of all crimes have immediate access to services
- Ensure that the criminal justice system supports and protects victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, and all forms of violence and crime
- Remain the trusted source for information about the rights and needs of all victims of crime, and the services available
- Continue to be a valuable resource and partner to those institutions where children, teens and adults are present and support and educate them on the prevalence of and issues surrounding bullying, teen dating violence, domestic violence, rape and sexual assault
- Rename the trusted community resource for imparting non-violent approaches to resolving conflict and establishing conflict competency among individuals and groups
- Rename a regional and national leader among victim service agencies