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National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 21-27

Each year, millions of Americans are victims of crime. They could be your coworkers, teammates, neighbors, or family members. What would you do if they came to you for help? ​

April 21-27 is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, a time to raise awareness of options, services, and hope for crime survivors. Many victims need ongoing care, support, and resources. Above all, they need someone to listen. Taking the time to familiarize yourself, your place of work, or your social circle with ways to help survivors could make a difference when someone turns to you for help. ​

This National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, join us in being there for survivors and letting them know that help is available. Click here, to download the Rhode Island Victim Service Guide to learn about resources in Rhode Island for victims and survivors of crime.

Commemorate National Crime Victims’ Rights Week with Family Service of Rhode Island on Wednesday, April 24th from 12:30-1:30 pm at Memorial Park in Providence.

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