Providing a safe space for survivors of trauma to heal and recover utilizing a relational and control mastery framework.
Offering consulting focused on trauma informed, culturally attuned and gender responsive models for government and non-profit partners working in foster care, delinquency and criminal justice systems.
Criminal Justice Reform
Equity and Inclusion
Crime Survivor Rights and Services
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In September of 2020, the San Francisco District Attorney’s (SFDA) Office Victim
Services Division (VSD) conducted outreach for the Victim of Crime Survivor Impact
Study. The survey was written in English and translated to Spanish and Chinese for
participants to complete in their language preference. It was distributed by email
and through social media to former and current victim of crime survivors; SFDA’s
community advisory board members; and partner agencies serving crime survivors
throughout California. The survey was designed to 1) understand the experience of victims of crime and their interaction with the criminal justice system; 2) explore the services and resources victims were offered and utilized to aid in recovery and
healing; and 3) solicit crime survivors' input and feedback on local, state and
national reform efforts affecting victims of crime. This document summarizes the
survey methodology, results and recommendations for future work with crime
survivors.Download Victim Impact Study: Crime Survivor Voices
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