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  • Writer's pictureHusain Vahanvaty

Navigating Justice: The Crime Victims Assistance Program in BC




In British Columbia, navigating the complexities of the justice system can be daunting, especially for those who have experienced the trauma of being a victim of crime. The CVAP, Crime Victims Assistance Program, in BC, exists as a province wide attempt to provide material guidance, support and financial assistance to those in need.


Established with the intention of providing comprehensive assistance to victims of crime, CVAP operates under the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General. Its primary objective is to alleviate the financial, emotional and social burdens faced by victims and their families while offering resources to aid in their recovery journey.


One of the key aspects of CVAP is to provide financial assistance. Victims of crime may be eligible for compensation to cover expenses such as: counseling services, medical bills, funeral costs, and loss of income.


Recently, Marula Counselling has been hosting monthly, ongoing, information sessions where you can learn all about CVAP. This online event will cover everything you need to know about the program, including eligibility criteria, benefits, and how to apply. Whether you're a victim of a crime or simply interested in understanding how CVAP works, this event is the right one for you!


CVAP, Crime Victims Assistance Program in BC, plays a crucial role in advocating for the rights of victims, through various services, within the justice system. It ensures that victims are informed of their rights and entitlements, empowering them to participate in the legal process with confidence. CVAP provides a lifeline for individuals and families affected by crime. Its multifaceted approach of financial assistance, emotional support, advocacy, and community partnerships, amplifies its commitment to empowering victims on their path to recovery.


Check out the event and register for your free workshop: Learning about CVAP (Crime Victim Assistance Program)

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