Mon County Victim Assistance Program works to help crime victims have voices heard

MORGANTOWN — Being the victim of a crime can be overwhelming. The legal system can be complicated and stressful, but since 1985 the Monongalia County Victim Assistance Program (VAP) has been helping victims make their voices heard in the courtroom.

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