COVID-19: Virtual Gatherings are back!

NOVA is here to support you the best we can as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve and impact the systems around us all. Find free webinars, resources, and news articles here

NOVA’s 2020 Annual Report

This year has been like no other, and NOVA is honored to share a report that reflects how our community came together to support survivors during a time of unprecedented need. Thank you for your unwavering support, for your critical work, and for being a part of our NOVA community! Click here to view the PDF. 

NOVA Crisis Response Team Training™

The NOVA Crisis Response Team Training™ is the most prominent service NOVA offers, providing assistance and disaster relief to victims of crime, mass-casualty and natural disasters by aiding in normalizing their reactions to increasingly abnormal situations, allowing them to being their physical, emotional and financial recovery.

Virtual CRT training is now available! Learn more here. 

NOVA Receives OVW TTA Grant to enhance Campus Coordinated Community Response!

NOVA has been awarded the DOJ Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) FY20 Grant to provide specialized training and technical assistance (TTA) to institutions of higher education with the goal of developing trauma-informed campus coordinated community response (CCR) programs to support all student-survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking.

Coming Soon: ethics Office 

NOVA is working hard on developing a comprehensive and innovative resource on ethics for victim advocates and we need your input. NOVA’s Office for Victim Advocacy Ethics will open January 2021: Take our survey today!


Do you know someone who is #makingadifference and helping others? Mention your friend or colleague in the comments. Share what they are doing to make the world a better place and use our #NOVAHearts hashtag.


It is with profound sadness that NOVA reports to it members and the larger NOVA family the passing on December 29, 2020 of our beloved former Board President, Joe Myers. Read more about Joe and his impact on victim services >>


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