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COVID-19: Important Update on Services


During this difficult time, Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) staff will be working remotely and will continue to serve clients and the community.
Learn more about how direct services and prevention programs will be provided


Note: If you are in imminent danger or experiencing an emergency, please dial 911
Call 1-800-675-6900 to get help 24-hours a day.

Upcoming Trainings and Events

The Red Sand Project

January 01, 2021

The Red Sand Project Join with BCAT Bucks Coalition Against Trafficking as we use red sand to highlight the presence of #HumanTrafficking in our community and raise awareness about how we can take steps to eradicate exploitation of vulnerable children, women, and men. Today, millions of people are enslaved (Source: Global Estimates of Modern Slavery: […]

Annual Festival of Trees at The Pearl S. Buck House

January 05, 2021

Annual Festival of Trees at The Pearl S. Buck House This exhibit was interrupted during recent Covid-19 health restrictions but re-opened from January 5th until January 30, 2021. Many community groups and non-profits participate by creating holiday tree displays to raise awareness about their missions. BCAT’s display theme reflects our support for survivors of human […]

Survivor Voices in Art

January 11, 2021

Survivor Voices in Art BCAT has engaged with local businesses and community organizations to display artwork that has been created by survivors of human trafficking who live in our community. Supporting survivors can help to validate their experiences and ensure that their voices are included as we raise awareness and understanding about human trafficking. We […]

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COVID-19: Important Update on Services

During this difficult time, Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) staff will be working remotely and will continue to serve clients and the community.
Learn more about how direct services and prevention programs will be provided

Note: If you are in imminent danger or experiencing an emergency, please dial 911