We are very excited to be celebrating 40 years of services to the community! Please check our website, Facebook, or Twitter for updates on this event.
Our mission is to provide advocacy and counseling for all who have been affected by sexual violence and other crimes against the person, and to promote sensitivity and awareness in the community through education.
Our vision is to empower the community and to aid in the creation of a society free from violence.
Prevention education programs, training and seminars on different crime prevention topics ranging from child abuse prevention to elder abuse prevention.
Advocates actively support clients to assume the best possible services for/or intervention in the service system.
Free and confidential individual and group counseling services for victims of crime, their family members and friends.
Would you like to join VSC in assisting victims of crime? Please check out our volunteer page to see how you can help!
VSC has been chosen as the beneficiary of the TD Bank Change Event. A percentage of change cashed (change for dollars) at TD Bank at the King of Prussia location on December 18, 2015 will be donated to VSC.
Online registration is now open for our annual 5K Run/Walk for S.A.A.M. The 5k will be occuring on Sunday, April 24, 2016 at Norristown Farm Park. For more information please visit the event page here.
The purpose of the forum is to create awareness of the dynamics of violence experienced by the South Asian community and to connect the community with resources and support services for victims of crime. Please RSVP by filling out the form below:
$1 per ticket will be donated to Victim Services Center. Tickets will be on sale August 17th ($9). The event runs from October 8 - 24.
See below for more details! Download the PDF to view the brochure and get further details.
Please check out our new Prevention Education Catalog to find out more about the types of programs we offer to the community. For more information on the catalog and how to schedule a program, please visit the Prevention Education page here.
Law Enforcement Appreciation Month and awards are given to law enforcement and community for their public services. VSC Advocate Annelise Block received an aware for her role in providing advocacy in two homicide cases. The award reads: “Ms. Bloch provided both families with the care and compassion needed to cope with their devastating losses. She remained available to the families at every phase of the process, thus serving a critical and often overlooked function of our legal system. Ms. Bloch is a true professional who, in these two heartbreaking cases, when the extra mile to make sure the victims’ families received the special care they needed.”
Congratulations to our amazing advocate Annelise Bloch!
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