We have been supporting children and youth who are victims or witnesses of crime and their families since 1983. Foundational to our work is the Canadian Victim Bill of Rights which ensures that victims are awarded certain fundamental rights throughout the criminal justice process. More specifically Victims have the right to information, the right to participation, the right to seek restitution and the right to protection. Each and every day, we advocate on behalf of the young people and families we support, provide them with the information they need and ensure that their voices are heard through the process. If you or someone you know is a victim of crime, knowing where to access this information is vital.