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Title: Preparing for After: How to Help Victims of Mass Violence
Date Published: 2014
Page Count: 151
Sponsoring Agency: Office for Victims of Crime
Washington, DC 20531
Voices of September 11th
Grant Number: 2011-RF-GX-K028
Document: HTML|PDF
Format: Informational Packet
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This resource kit documents best practices in preparing for, responding to and recovering from acts of mass violence.
Abstract: The resource kit is based on extensive research and interviews conducted with those who responded to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Oklahoma City bombing and the shootings at Virginia Tech, Northern Illinois University and in Tucson, Arizona. Funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, the project documents lessons learned that will guide service providers, organizations and government agencies in providing services to victims families, survivors and others impacted by traumatic events. Community leaders, emergency managers, law enforcement, mental health professionals and other key stakeholders will find this information useful in preparing for and responding to both the immediate and long-term needs of the community.
Main Term(s): Victims of terrorism
Index Term(s): Office for Victims of Crime (OVC); OVC grant-related documents; Victim Service Programs; Victim services; Victims of violent crime; Victims rights
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