R3 Continuum (R3c) is excited to be a Platinum Sponsor for our debut at the 46th Annual NOVA Conference. Along with our debut we are pleased to announce our groundbreaking initiative with NOVA, expanding our ability to further serve organizations, communities, and individuals impacted by disasters and catastrophic events. Learn More here.
R3 Continuum (R3c) is a global leader in behavioral health, security, and victim advocacy solutions for workplace well-being. Annually, R3c responds to more than 18,000 catastrophic events in the workplace, with an average of 1,500 per month. Some notable events that R3 Continuum has provided immediate and ongoing support in the wake of are: 9-11, the Las Vegas shooting; Hurricanes Katrina, Andrew, Harvey, Maria, Irma, Sandy and Florence; the Japan Tohoku earthquake and tsunami; the Boston Marathon bombing; the California wildfires and many other disruptions in the workplace (e.g., mass layoffs, rioting, death of an employee,, catastrophic injury, etc.).
We invite you to learn more about our partnership with NOVA, Multi-Disciplinary Team Services coming this fall, and opportunities for you as a consultant at www.r3c.com/mdt.
We want to learn from your experience and the impact COVID-19 has had on victim advocacy services. Please help us out by taking this short survey. We appreciate your insight and help. https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5732009/Lessons-Learned-The-Impact-on-Victim-Advocacy-Services-During-COVID-19
Notify. Inform. Empower. Protect.
Appriss is the leading SaaS technology provider to the field of victim services, offering a broad range of data-driven solutions that strengthen public safety initiatives. Our flagship solution, VINE, is the nation’s first automated victim notification service. Founded upon our proprietary incarceration database, VINE provides real-time custody status, court case, and protective order notifications to millions of victims, survivors, and concerned citizens across the country. Aligning with our corporate mission of Knowledge for Good, we empower victims by giving them the life-saving safety information and peace of mind that they deserve.
Be sure to check out our upcoming conference Zoom session, VINE Notification Workshop: An interactive session to help improve the notification experience! Our workshop will be held on July 20th at 4:00 pm, planned for NOVA’s 46th Annual Training Event. Visit www.VINELink.com to learn more about what’s new in VINE!
Center for Respect:
At The Center for Respect, we provide trainings and live programs (virtual and onsite) lead by Mike Domitrz for helping to build a culture of consent and respect for every person – at educational institutions, military installations, government groups, and organizations of all sizes. We attend the NOVA Conference because we love the opportunity to network with and team up with so many amazing professionals dedicated to ending sexual violence and supporting survivors. We invite you to visit our website and find out about the latest RESPECT-based programs being offered by Mike Domitrz – including both live virtual and live onsite trainings. While on our site, be sure to download your complimentary copy of our eBook and audio book “Voices of Courage: Inspiration from Survivors of Sexual Assault” featuring 12 survivors sharing their strength and courage. Please reach out to us in our offices at hello@CenterForRespect.com or call us at 800-329-9390. We look forward to connecting with you.
Our website is: www.CenterforRespect.com
Global Promotional Sales
The philosophy behind Global Promotional Sales has always been about making the process of buying educational and promotional products easier with incredible service from our professional sales team. We partner with non-profits and government agencies to spread prevention awareness and facilitate a message for the programs and victims, that are spreading their mission and voice in our communities.
Our focus is making awareness and prevention a household conversation through everyday useable items & educational resources. Please make sure you drop by our virtual booth and learn how we can transform your voice into a message that people are talking about. Global is passionate about your programs.
Whether you’re educating, recruiting, sponsoring an event or supporting a cause, promotional products will get your name—and your brand—in front of people who can help your organization make a difference. 4imprint provides products to do just that, including Exclusive products that cannot be found anywhere else. FREE samples, FREE art assistance and the best service in the business makes ordering from 4imprint easy. And with our 360° Guarantee®, you’re covered from every angle—guaranteed satisfaction, on-time shipment and the lowest prices in the industry. Find out more at www.4imprint.com or call 1-877-446-7746.
Marsy’s Law is named after Marsalee (Marsy) Ann Nicholas, a beautiful, vibrant University of California Santa Barbara student, who was stalked and killed by her ex-boyfriend in 1983. Only one week after her murder and on the way home from the funeral service, Marsy’s family stopped at a market to pick up a loaf of bread. It was there, in the checkout line, that Marsy’s mother, Marcella, was confronted by her daughter’s murderer. Having received no notification from the judicial system, the family had no idea he had been released on bail mere days after Marsy’s murder.
The experience of Marsy’s family is typical of the pain and suffering family members of murder victims so often endure. Marsy’s family was not informed because the courts and law enforcement, though well-meaning, had no obligation to keep them informed. While those accused of crimes have more than 20 individual rights spelled out in the U.S. Constitution, the surviving family members of murder victims have none.
To learn how you can get involved in the movement go to www.MarsysLaw.us or follow us on social media @MarsysLawForAll.
PSA Worldwide is a small company with a big heart. We have been operating for over 25 years, partnering with individuals and organizations who are on a mission to build stronger and healthier communities. Our award-winning team of researchers, writers and artists are dedicated to producing products with content and designs specific to YOUR mission. We listen to YOU and channel YOUR voice and concerns in meaningful and eye-catching ways. We look forward to partnering with you! #preventionpartners
Do you have an event to prepare for? Give us a call at 1-800-408-8159 or email@example.com or visit our website – www.psacorp.com
Hello and Welcome to NOVA’s 46th “Virtual” Annual Training event.
We’re Victim Service Tracking software (VST) – the grant reporting and case management software that’s so easy to use yet so robust that it instantly eliminates paper forms and spreadsheets forever.
Having been fortunate to learn about NOVA three years ago, we’ve come to know firsthand that NOVA is clearly the dedicated heart and soul of the advocate community for both civilian and military advocates for education, support and more — so we’re very excited to be a participant and supporter of this special, 10-day premiere event — NOVA’s 46th “Virtual” Annual Training event. We look forward to seeing you.
Both our firm and our software were created by advocates for advocates and our mission is to do everything we can to make an advocate’s case management and grant reporting easier – much easier. After a humble beginning starting with the help of some incredible advocates, we’re still perfecting the art of listening closely to what the advocate community is asking for. We’re proud to say that at least once every year, VSTracking converts these suggestions into new and improved functionality for use by all — and does so at no charge.
At a minimum, VST is well known for generating lightning-fast grant reports and reducing the time you spend on tracking and reporting by 50% or more. However, we’re not satisfied with just taming VOCA and grant reporting challenges, our continuing passion is to enhance your ability to capture and report on the data that will help you transform the services you provide. To date, over 3000 non-profit and law enforcement advocates in 28 states tell us that VST frees up precious time for the truly important work advocates do every day.
For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-375-9099.
Play VSTracking’s virtual scratch-off game for a chance to win NOVA Certification Scholarships, Chromebook laptops or leisure wear and more. Enter at https://mailchi.mp/vstracking/nova-start and Good Luck!
Carolina Crisis Software, LLC
WOW! Virtual Training, after years of attending NOVA Conferences who would have thought that someday we would be hugging our friends virtually. Anyway let’s welcome and congratulate “NOVA’s 46th” years of support and leading/sharing information with us since 1975.
The Victim’s Assistance Management Software (case management, victim tracking) was researched, written twenty-three years ago by advocates and upgraded annually for all advocates agencies or as required in the Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Rape Crisis, Bond Court, Law Enforcement, Shelters, Prosecuting Attorney, State Highway Patrol, SLED and Victim Witnesses. VAMS is not written in stone and for the past twenty-three years we have listen to our advocates continuously fine-tuning the software to meet the advocate reporting needs. Carolina Crisis Software LLC a South Carolina based Company serving advocates in multi-states ‘a victim advocates partner’ and we have specialized in the area of assisting the advocate with tracking of victims, suspect/abusers, all services provided to victims and grant/funding statistical reporting.
Unlimited Grant/Funding Sources per Client/Victim with multi-year reporting based on service date.
With the growing need for providing better service to our victims of crime and the ever-increasing paperwork for the advocate, agencies have found “VAMS” software to be in-valuable with the latest technology ‘the use of a scanner’ (paper-less) at streamlining their basic needs and the full use of Microsoft Office products. The Microsoft Office Products allows the agency to mail merge letters automatically from VAMS data using the information retained by each client and their cases.
For the latest information on VAMS, contact DonPMorgan@GMail.Com
Cell Number: (864) 237-0217 or (Text)
Thanks for your continued support,
National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center
We serve as the source for best evidence to achieve a social understanding of mass violence upon which civic leaders, mental health professionals, journalists, policy makers, and victim assistance professionals can rely. Our vision is to provide communities access to evidence-based information and resources needed to effectively prepare for and respond to mass violence incidents.
On our website (nmvvrc.org) you can find a wide variety of resources including tip sheets, links to state-wide resources, online trainings. Also, check out our media section that includes videos and podcasts featuring NMVVRC faculty, Stakeholders, partners and others discussing mass violence.
We are also on social media! You can follow us @nmvvrc on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest work being done by the center. To contact us, you can use the contact feature through the website or via email at email@example.com.
Interactive Advocacy (IA)
Interactive Advocacy (IA) is an emerging educational training company that offers an innovative and cutting-edge new approach to performance-based training through interactive scenario-based performances (ISB). IA allows for audience’s engagement through psychodramatic theatrics. These sessions allow for a more realistic, and genuine, interaction between audience and the subject matter, producing an authentically organic learning experience that will be carried with participants into the real world.
We provide interactive training models addressing common cultural issues. IA has developed interactive training models that cater to the specific needs of any organization. Our ISBs training consists of a combination of forum theater, dialogue, and interaction between audience and performer.
Interactive Advocacy introduces THIS IS NOT A GAME, its series of interactive tools designed to increase critical thinking, problem solving skills and integrate fun in your training environment, available on IA’s shop.
IA’s founder and CEO, Tanya Jones, is an advocate, trainer, and author. Her story, Brown Girl In the Ring, in Sisters in Arms: the Black Diamond Experience, is available today at www.interactive advocacy.com. I look forward to engaging with all the attendees at NOVA’s 46th Annual Training – I encourage you to contact us at (980) 222-1150 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission Resiliency, Laura Ridge Treatment Center
The Military Program or Mission Resiliency at Laurel Ridge Treatment Center has been our most important endeavor and is proud to celebrate 30 years of service to the military, service members and military families. Our goal is not only to meet the standards set by TRICARE, but to exceed expectations and raise the standard in care and recovery so that you leave empowered, strong and ready for the greatest mission of all: life.
Because of our great respect for you and your service, we continue this pursuit of creating, tailoring and maintaining a military-specific program that provides mental health treatment to active duty service members for:
The foundation of our program is structured using SAMHSA best practices, evidence-based curriculums, clinical outcome data, DoD psychiatric medication/diagnosis protocol and the Total Force Fitness Model. The fidelity of this program is continually audited internally and externally to ensure the effectiveness of the resiliency mission.
We believe family is a key to your recovery, so we have a focused family component as part of the treatment model. Several members of our treatment team have served in the military and understand the unique life of a service member.
Thank you for considering our Mission Resiliency Program in your path to recovery.
No longer a victim, beyond a survivor, she is a ‘thriver’ on the brink of a new life. She’s entering the Thriver Zone, creating a new future for herself and her children.
I’m Susan M. Omilian JD, the originator of the Thriver Zone motivational model that including The Seven Steps to Thriving After Abuse. With interactive exercises and easy-to-use worksheets I have successfully used this model with hundreds of victims in the past twenty years. My work has allowed crime victims to take the journey from victim to survivor to thriver and reclaim their lives.
Over the years I’ve attended NOVA trainings and talked with many of you who work as victim advocates and in the allied professions. You are looking for ways not only to help victims through the immediate aftermath of a crime but also to break the cycle of violence in their lives. I invite you to visit my website at www.ThriverZone.com to review the materials I have developed for taking that critical next-step from survivor to thriver.
Visit www.ThriverZone.com/Books for a list of books in The Thriver Zone Series including my newest one, Living in the Thriver Zone, available for purchase in July. You can also download free copies of sample worksheets from the books at www.ThriverZone.com/Resources-for-Thrivers.
Use Coupon Code NOVA2020 for a 25% discount on your book order from www.ThriverZone.com.
Contact me at Susan@ThriverZone.com or 860-236-2401. We can talk about how to incorporate my innovative model into your work. You can also join my mailing list and leave me a message at www.ThriverZone/contact.
Thank you for helping victims everyday survive and thrive!
The National Children’s Advocacy Center
The NCAC Training Center is housed on the campus of the National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC). The NCAC is the birthplace of the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) model; and since opening its doors in 1985 this innovative model has now been implemented in more than 950 cities throughout the United States, and in the past ten years has also been implemented in at least 33 countries. In addition to providing local services to children and families, the NCAC is one of the leading global organizations providing training and technical assistance to child abuse response professionals. More than 158,000 child abuse professionals from all 50 states and 179 countries have been trained by the NCAC Training Center with international training and technical assistance focusing on development of national policies providing for the protection of children, implementation of the multidisciplinary response (CAC) model for child abuse, and development of national training programs. Please be sure to connect with us virtually or visit our website at www.nationalcac.org
Center for Victim Research
A community of researchers and practitioners working together to improve victim services through the effective use of research and data.
We’re sorry we can’t all be together in person this year, but glad you are stopping by our booth! On our website, VictimResearch.org, you’ll find:
Sign up for our monthly newsletter so you don’t miss a thing! Reach out to us with questions or to be put on our newsletter list: email@example.com.
Office for Victims of Crime
Led by Director Jessica E. Hart, the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is committed to enhancing the nation’s capacity to assist crime victims and providing leadership in changing attitudes, policies, and practices to promote justice and healing for all victims of crime.
OVC is charged by Congress with administering the Crime Victims Fund. Through OVC, the Fund supports a broad array of programs and services that focus on helping victims in the immediate aftermath of crime and continuing to support them as they rebuild their lives. Millions of dollars are invested annually in victim compensation and assistance in every U.S. state and territory, as well as for training, technical assistance, and other capacity-building programs designed to enhance service providers’ ability to support victims of crime at the state, tribal, and local levels.
Subscribe to receive News From OVC for the latest news about OVC programs and initiatives, including information about new funding opportunities, publications, and more.
THE CENTER ORLANDO
The Center is one of the oldest LGBT+ centers in the nation, beginning as a gay men’s crisis hotline in 1978 and quickly shifting to human services in the 1980s with the start of the AIDS epidemic. Its mission is to promote and empower the LGBT+ community and its allies through information, education, advocacy, and support.
Following the Pulse Tragedy in 2016, The Center Orlando became a safe haven for the community, a gathering place for people and donations of resources, and saw an increase in the demand for mental health and crisis counseling. The Center provides free mental health and crisis counseling, over 10,000 HIV, Hepatitis C, and STI tests are performed every year among many other services. The center also hosts more than 30 support, recovery, and social groups each month.
Our website is: www.thecenterorlando.org
Point of contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Center on Elder Abuse
The National Center on Elder Abuse is a national resource center dedicated to the prevention of elder mistreatment that engages and empowers older adults so that they feel capable of advocating for themselves and their communities. Our goal is to improve the national response to elder abuse, neglect, and
exploitation by (a) gathering, housing, disseminating current information, (b) stimulating and identifying new approaches, and (c) detecting and addressing gaps in the field. We share the latest field research and identify information about promising practices and interventions.
Please contact us at NCEA@med.usc.edu or by telephone: 855-500-3537
RedRover is a national animal welfare nonprofit dedicated to bringing animals from crisis to care and strengthening the bond between people and animals. Through their RedRover Relief program they offer a variety of Domestic Violence Assistance grants to help people and their pets escape abuse together. Since 2012, RedRover has given 109 Safe Housing grants to domestic violence shelters, totaling more than $1M. Since 2007, RedRover has given 858 Safe Escape grants throughout the United States, totaling over $555,800.
To learn more about RedRover and its efforts to help domestic violence survivors and their pets, visit www.RedRover.org/Relief.
The Advocacy Academy makes it easy for you and your team of advocates to earn continuing education credits all year round. We offer training workshops in Motivational Interviewing, Ethics, Stages of Change, Trauma, Microaggressions and Implicit Bias, and many more! For 10 years, The Advocacy Academy has traveled the world to provide live workshops for hospitals, schools, and military installations. This year, we also made all of those same trainings available through a completely self-paced online course, which you can access through your computer or mobile device in any time zone. YOU CHOOSE the topic, and YOU CHOOSE the modality in which you like to learn. Visit www.AdvocacyAcademy.org or email Kate@AdvocacyAcademy.org.
Lomar Specialty Advertising
Lomar Specialty Advertising is a wholesale company based in Concord, North Carolina. We provide Awareness Tools through promotional products that will speak for you and to your audience. Our mission is to help you project the Voice of your Program through:
Our professionals take the time to listen to your needs and assist you in selecting the best tools for your program. During each day of the NOVA Conference, we will feature a special SHARP awareness item!
Register for our daily drawing by clicking on the link below. We will post a winner each day!
We hope you enjoy browsing our selection of Awareness items and look forward to hearing from you. Our phone number is 866-217-9312. Text: 704-779-8189