National Crime Victims Rights Week
Wednesday April 22, 2015 7-8:30 PM
Parkersburg City Building, 2nd Floor
Panel Discussio...
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National Crime Victims Rights Week flyer

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  • 1. National Crime Victims Rights Week Wednesday April 22, 2015 7-8:30 PM Parkersburg City Building, 2nd Floor Panel Discussion followed by Question and Answer: How does this community support their need for justice, healing, respect, and connection? + Tiffany Kiger, Legal Advocate, Wood County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office + Lisa Doyle Parsons, Transitional Youth Program, Children’s Home Society of WV + Stephanie Canfield, Sexual Assault Coordinator, EVE, Inc. + Wendy Tuck, Child Developmental Specialist, WV Birth to Three + Lisa Sutton, Executive Director, The Listening Place, Child Advocacy Center For information:ContactWendy Tuckat 304-488-3810 or wendytuck5@gmail.com Social Work CEUs pending If you or someoneyou know has had a crime committed against them, or if crime has affected your life, this is an evening for you and people who care about you. About 5000 Wood County people were victims of: + Robbery/Burglary/Theft + Child Abuseor Neglect + Assault/Aggravated Assault + Homicide + Rape/Sexual Violence + Identity Theft

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