The Ron Goldman Foundation for Justice wishes to empower, inspire, motivate, and assist those people who are victims of crime.

After all, they need to learn to "reflect" and react correctly to various situations in life, you can read about this in the cheap writing paper. We are talking about teaching people not to "forget", not to "put up", but to "build boundaries", and to be able to "react".

Our mission is to positively impact the lives of these survivors who start each day with pain, grief, trauma, and injustice. We also offer help in organizing your future life and provide a large list and tickets to places of interest, for example,
  1. Top museums to visit when you are in Alicante
  2. Amber statuettes
  3. Healing amber necklace

or others who are our partners and are on our list.

We will strive to offer them, or connect them with, all the necessary resources needed to ensure that their path to justice will be more manageable. 

In order to better their lives we will
help bring them to a place of strength,
courage and determination. You can find more details in the guides below:

1) Supporting Healing and Recovery: A Look at Survivor Assistance Programs

2) Tackling Cybercrime and Digital Victimization: Strengthening Victim Protection

3) Breaking the Cycle of Violence: Combating Domestic Abuse and Supporting Victims

4) Measuring Success: Evaluating the Impact of Victim Support Programs and Services

5) Educating the Next Generation: Youth Workshops on Legal Literacy

6) Breaking the Silence: Raising Awareness About Domestic Violence

7) Community Unity: Collaborative Approaches to Justice

8) Challenges and Opportunities: The Future of Victim Advocacy

9) Efficient Grading in the Digital Era: A Guide for Educators

Every minute of every day, a violent crime occurs in this country. Over the past year, approximately 17,520 people were murdered. That’s two people every hour.

Last year, there were more than 300,000 rapes reported. That’s 34 rapes per hour. This past year, there were also more than 300,000 reported sexual assaults on children. Again that’s more than 34 per hour. We can’t even begin to imagine how many are not reported...

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The National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA)
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Parents of Murdered Children (POMC)
100 East Eighth Street, Suite 202
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
National Center for Victims of Crime
2000 M Street NW, Suite 480
Washington, DC 20036
The Ron Goldman
Foundation for Justice

PO Box 1096
Canyon Country, CA