Tag: Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona

Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona seeking advocates for Navajo Nation

Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona seeking advocates for Navajo Nation

| December 15, 2022

Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona is seeking a Navajo Nation mobile crisis advocate to work in the late afternoon and evening shift.

Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona is also seeking an advocate to work from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona conducting Diné Victim Survey

Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona conducting Diné Victim Survey

| December 15, 2022

Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona and the Utah Health System have partnered with Diné College and Northern Arizona University to find out what services victims of crime need on the Navajo Nation.

We want to hear from you about what services are most needed in your community! You can shape the resources available to you and your loved ones by sharing your experiences and stories. 

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Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

| October 11, 2022

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

EVENTS

Book Club – Every Tuesday from 4:30- 5:30pm at Late for the Train
Book: Pure Land by Annette McGivney Purple Thursday: October 20, 2022
Pets Against Violence Walk
October 22, 2022 9am at Buffalo Park

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Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona seeking crisis victim advocate

Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona seeking crisis victim advocate

| July 19, 2022

Victim Witness Services for Northern Arizona is seeking a crisis victim advocate, $40,000 – $45,000 a year – Full-time

Do you want to make a difference in this world?
Do you believe that supporting victims of crime is providing a valuable service to the community?
Are you able to work with vulnerable populations and avoid judgment of situations, decisions or life circumstances?
Do you believe that we must be constantly learning to become the best at what we do and who we are?
Do you believe that a connection with someone in pain will lead to respect, empathy and empowerment?
If so – we might want to meet with you.

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