We have some bitter sweet news to share – we’re moving – moving forward together. While responding to the needs of our community, we have sadly outgrown our historic home on Furnace Street. Since 1972, Victim Assistance Program has helped thousands of individuals transition from hardship to healing. In 2017, our crisis intervention and advocacy services impacted over 6,000 Summit County residents. Unfortunately, more recently, our services nearly tripled due to a very
violent time in our community.
24 hours a day, 365 days a year, our highly trained victim advocates, alongside first responders, are on the front lines responding to assaults, robberies, shootings, homicides, and more. The work we do is difficult and current challenges have placed increased stresses on our staff and facilities. Therefore, we are so pleased to move into our new 10,000+ square foot location at 137 S. Main Street later this fall. Read Full Press Release.
Our continued support of victims would not be possible without the generosity of donors like you! We ask for your financial support towards building renovations and to ensure we continue to meet the needs of those impacted by crisis and violence. We invite you to join Victim Assistance
Program and donate today as we Move Forward Together!
Your donation is an investment in our community and directly benefits those we serve. We are happy to provide a private tour and share our plans in more detail, please contact Kelly Kaufman, Director of Advancement, at 330.376.0040 x200 or firstname.lastname@example.org at anytime with questions. We also promise to keep you updated as our new home becomes a reality!!