The Christina Grimmie Foundation works to reduce the long-term consequences of shootings by providing:
direct immediate financial assistance to gun violence victims/survivors, covering needs like housing, child care, utility bills, groceries, transportation, and more
Assists mass casualty/shooting victims with all resources, including:
providing immediate, mid-term, and long-term financial aid
referrals for mental healthcare, medical needs, disability needs, etc.
educating communities on how to organize in the best interests of the victims and survivors after a mass casualty crime
For more information, visit http://www.victimsfirst.org
VTVCare helps fund the long-term physical and psychological trauma-related care needs of mass shooting survivors nationwide and provides:
direct financial assistance to mass shooting survivors for long-term (3 years post-incident) physical and psychological trauma-related expenses
a lifeline network of support and resources to help survivors heal, recover, and reclaim their lives
To access these services, connect directly with VTVCare by calling either the nonprofit's Co-Presidents:
Jody McQuade at (609)221-0598, or
Jennifer Herbstritt at (814)5741648
For more information, visit http://www.vtvcare.org
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