Volunteer & Training Opportunities – Join the VSS Team

By VSS | March 13, 2013

Integral to providing direct services to victims in the State of Washington is Core Advocacy Training. This thirty hour training qualifies individuals to provide services at Crime Victim Assistance Centers. Victim Support Services (VSS) provides this essential training two or three times a year. Our core training is open to any staff, volunteer or Board member working on behalf of a Crime Victims Assistance Center…

Read More

Volunteer & Training Opportunities – Join the VSS Team

By VSS | March 13, 2013

Integral to providing direct services to victims in the State of Washington is Core Advocacy Training. This thirty hour training qualifies individuals to provide services at Crime Victim Assistance Centers. Victim Support Services (VSS) provides this essential training two or three times a year. Our core training is open to any staff, volunteer or Board member working on behalf of a Crime Victims Assistance Center…

Read More

Voices of Victims Breakfast – Thank You for Your Support

By VSS | February 28, 2013

We held our annual Voices of Victims Breakfast fundraiser on February 27, 2013 at the Tulalip Resort Casino.  A big thanks to our speakers, Dan Satterberg, Myrle Carner, Tom Cox, Jan Stivers, and Pam & Richard Wilson. At our final tally, with your support we were able to raise $37,896 which allows us to continue to support those whose lives have been touched by crime.…

Read More

Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims is Now Victim Support Services

By VSS | February 27, 2013

Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims has a new name, Victim Support Services You may always remember us as Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims, that is okay since that is part of our heritage and we embrace it.  As a result, we have not legally changed our name but rather set ourselves up to do business as Victim Support Services.  As you…

Read More

Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims is Now Victim Support Services

By VSS | February 27, 2013

Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims has a new name, Victim Support Services You may always remember us as Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims, that is okay since that is part of our heritage and we embrace it.  As a result, we have not legally changed our name but rather set ourselves up to do business as Victim Support Services.  As you…

Read More

Voices of Victims Breakfast Fundraiser

By VSS | January 10, 2013

Our annual Voices of Victims Breakfast at the Tulalip Resort Casino is coming up on February 27th.  We will have special guest survivors of homicide share their stories, and our emcee will be Myrle Carner, Director of Law Enforcement Services for Crime Stoppers and Puget Sound Spokesperson for Q13’s Washington’s Most Wanted.  You can RSVP by calling 425-252-6081 or click here to RSVP by e-mail. …

Read More

Charles Moore Motorcycle Ride To Benefit Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims

By VSS | January 5, 2013

Please Join us for The Apple Dumpling Motorcycle Club’s 6th annual motorcycle ride to honor Charles “UpChuck” Moore, who was murdered in 2005. It’s a great way to honor a man who is loved and missed by many. Proceeds go to benefit Families & Friends of Crime Victims. February 23, 2013 Leaving: Auburn Eagles @ 1pm – 702 M St SE Auburn (253) 833-2298 Ride Through: Tahoma National…

Read More

Charles Moore Motorcycle Ride To Benefit Families & Friends of Violent Crime Victims

By VSS | January 5, 2013

Please Join us for The Apple Dumpling Motorcycle Club’s 6th annual motorcycle ride to honor Charles “UpChuck” Moore, who was murdered in 2005. It’s a great way to honor a man who is loved and missed by many. Proceeds go to benefit Families & Friends of Crime Victims. February 23, 2013 Leaving: Auburn Eagles @ 1pm – 702 M St SE Auburn (253) 833-2298 Ride Through: Tahoma National…

Read More

A New Year – A New Beginning

By VSS | January 1, 2013

The “New Year” signifies for many a “new” beginning, starting a “new” resolution or just simply a way to change their thinking for the future. For many it brings excitement to try something new, for others angst about what was not accomplished in the past year.  For those who are used to setting daily, weekly, monthly or yearly goals, New Year’s is just another day…

Read More