Current Projects

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  • Faces of Courage

    If you doubt that change can come through your actions, think of that inspired mother who started MADD and changed our country’s attitude about drunk-driving.
  • MIC Documentary

    We believe women are the cornerstones of our communities, regardless of background or socioeconomic status.

Current Services

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  • Grief Support

    Individual and group support is available weekly to those who have lost loved ones to violence. Crisis counseling, therapeutic storytelling, and a support hot-line.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY There is no more important function of our safety and justice systems than protecting crime victims and those who are at-risk of becoming a victim of crime. Despite this foundational goal, few safety and justice policy debates are informed by a comprehensive examination of the experiences and views of the nation’s diverse crime survivors. The United States is in the midst of a significant shift in criminal justice policy. For the first time in decades, criminal justice practitioners, lawmakers, and the general public are rethinking sentencing laws, prison spending, and the best ways to address crime and violence. There has never been a more important time to investigate and elevate the perspectives of those most commonly victimized by violence and crime. If new approaches to safety and justice do not incorporate the voices of crime survivors, this new era of reform risks failing to deliver on the breakthrough ...

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