The Coalition for Elder Justice in CT is partnering with the Connecticut Council of Famly Services Agencies to share important information about services available to older adults in CT who have been victims of crime and are seeking justice.
This course is designed to educate participants about, and promote awareness of, the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) case management program administered by the Connecticut Council of Family Service Agencies (CCFSA).
The VOCA case management program at CTFSA provides crime victims with trauma-informed, client-centered case management services that encourage safety and resiliency. Case Managers (CM) support the personal growth and emotional healing of victims through assistance with the Victims Compensation Process; advocacy and emotional support; and connections to concrete supports such as counseling, housing assistance, childcare, and transportation; crisis intervention, and safety planning.
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CLE approval pending. This Session has been approved for 1 CEC by NASW-CT.