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Resilient Voices Victim Speakers

There may come a time when you are at a place in your journey where you will want to tell your story to other people.  You may choose to tell your story so that others know what happened to you in an effort to prevent it from happening to someone else.  Telling your story may help you with your personal healing journey.  Family members of homicide victims may want to share their story to memorialize a loved one. 

Some victims of crime feel empowered by talking about their experience as a crime victim, using their voice to educate people about crime and the impact it has on survivors, families and communities.

Many times it is the strong impact of the voices of survivors like you that reflects the positive changes needed for the advancement of services to victims of crime, while also supporting the work of victim service advocates and allied professionals. 

The goal of Resilient Voices it to provide a place for survivors to share their story, strength, and hope in a way that best suits their needs.

If you are interested in speaking publicly to a variety of audiences about your experience as a crime victim, please contact the Office of the Victim Advocate at (800) 322-4472.