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Getting Started--Meeting a Need
Setting Up a Safe Haven for Victims
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Building Your Coalition
  Major Roles
  Getting Financial
   Resources

  Working With
   Volunteers

Developing Task Forces
Providing Limited Services
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Partnerships for Safer Communities

Local Site Coordinator

With the establishment of a community coalition and a signed memorandum of understanding, a local site coordinator should be identified to assume the primary implementation responsibilities for the coalition. A full-time coordinator should—

The local coordinator will serve as the single point of contact for victims, coalition members, volunteers, the U.S. Attorney's Office, the court, and the media.

Limited Timeframe

When the community does not have the time to create a coalition because of the limited timeframe, a local coordinator should be identified as soon as possible to begin implementing victim services. The local coordinator will take primary responsibility for coordinating and delivering services.

Local Site Coordinator Resources

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