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August 8, 2023
Erie Gives 2023
You can make a difference in the lives of victims of crime, their loved ones, friends and even their neighbors who are also impacted by crime. Your donation during Erie Gives on Aug. 8th will help us continue our mission of reducing crime and the impact of crime, including sexual violence, through counseling, prevention education, and advocacy.
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Sept. 8, 2023
Moonlight on the Bay
Moonlight on the Bay Gala returns to a new location on the beautiful Presque Isle Bay. Mark your calendars for Sept. 8th 2023. Click here for more details
Feb. 4, 2024
Join us the Sunday before the Super Bowl for a fun and competitive day of Cornhole. Food, raffle, auction, 50/50 and cash prizes Click here for more details
Dec. 31, 2023 – Due
Call for Workshop Proposal – Annual Victims’ Rights Conference
Seeking proposals that highlight best practices, current trends and/or innovative topics. As this conference is sponsored through the Crime Victim Center, workshops must include a connection to victimization and trauma. Topics might include: use of technology in stalking/interpersonal violence, issues surrounding image-based abuse, neurobiology of trauma, investigation or prosecution techniques, working with underserved populations (including the elderly, LGBTQ, refugee and international people), military sexual assault, gender differences in trauma processing/PTSD, prevention education programming, culture and norms, human trafficking, use of innovative therapy techniques (ex. therapy dogs, breathing techniques, etc.) with child or adult victims, etc.
Additionally seeking proposals for workshops to satisfy Ethics requirements and relate to victimization and trauma.
Proposals are due no later than noon on December 31, 2021.
April 26, 2024
Annual Victims’ Rights Conference
The 2022 Victims’ Rights Conference that will offer educational credits from Mercyhurst University to the attendees. The program will feature up to six different break-outs for the day focusing on topics such as sexual assault, human trafficking, civil justice, and several other related topics.
The charge for the conference is $45 for students and $90 for professionals. It will serve professionals and students in the fields of social work, nursing, criminal justice, psychology, and counseling.
In-Person Registration will be open to the first 30 registrants after virtual registration will be limited to 150.