Case managers are critical for the safety of victims
By Paula Lucas | Founder & Executive Director
Case managers at AODVC work for weeks, months and sometimes years with battered mothers, domestic violence and sexual assault victims to help them get away from the violent homes and situations and to a place of safety either in the USA or in the foreign country.
They navigate very complicated international landscapes providing compassionate, informed support to victims in the darkest hour of their lives.
In 2013, 5,200 hours of long term, intensive case management was provided to American victims of domestic violence and sexual assault by our expert case managers.
We truly appreciate your support of our case managers, the heart and soul of AODVC. Best. Paula
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