The Justice Department’s National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center will host a July 14 Town Hall webinar on victim-centric response to mass violence, which will also feature speakers from the Office for Victims of Crime, FBI and American Red Cross. The webinar will identify effective strategies to assess and address the needs of mass violence victims, survivors and community members. Register here. AHA is a principal partner of the NMVVRC, established by a grant from the Justice Department. 
 

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