What is restructuring?
Victim serves are changing to create a new model of service delivery. We are
taking what we've learned from victims, our experience, the best of past
and present models, and research-based practice to redesign a system that
is cost-effective, sustainable, and client-focused.
How will this impact survivors in my community?
The Short Answer
More ways to access services and a wider array of services.
The Long Answer
Restructuring connects victim service providers with more victims and provides victims with additional, necessary services. The plan incentivizes victim service providers to strengthen their relationships with community and county organizations, individuals, and businesses. Each Domestic Violence or Sexual Abuse agency receiving funding from the Attorney General must create a plan to ensure that survivors are able to access services throughout that agency’s multi-county area. Restructuring creates an opportunity for victim service providers to re-imagine service delivery, make critical decisions about financial resource allocation and service delivery, and continue to move victim services in an increasingly productive direction.