Posts tagged with: crime victim services

Managing Triggers

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Employee of the Year

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ISPI

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Our thoughts and prayers are with Marysville-Pilchuck High School during this difficult time

We are all deeply saddened by the shooting that took place at Marysville-Pilchuck High School on Friday morning, 10/24/2014.  All of us here at Victim Support Services are prepared to help anyone affected by this tragedy. Advocates are available to...
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Welcome Leslie McPherson

We are excited to welcome  Leslie McPherson as she transitions from volunteer crisis line advocate to the position of Crisis Line Coordinator. Leslie has volunteered on the crisis line, assisted at events and helped with other administrative tasks since June...
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Goodbye to Jessica Drain

Victim Support Services is saying goodbye to Jessica Drain, our Skagit and Whatcom County Victim Services Coordinator.  Before taking over the Whatcom County office, she also worked in Island County.  Jessica has been with the agency for nearly four years,...
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GiveBig to Help Victims of Crime

We all hear about terrible tragedies every day on the news, but what they don’t show is the time and energy it takes victims of crime to pick up the pieces after these events.  VSS understands that this can be...
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Victims’ Rights Are Important

Every day we read, see and listen about the crime that is happening in our communities. For most people it is easy to dismiss the crime that has taken place because “I don’t live in that neighborhood”, “I don’t associate...
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Hugs Help!

Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll is known for his exuberant style and for hugging players during the game.  With the Seahawks poised for their first Superbowl win it’s impossible not to get caught up in the 12th man energy here...
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