Victim is a statement ...
Survivor is a state of mind.
Striving Towards Achieving Compassion, Intervention and Education
In the aftermath of violent crime, the S.T.A.C.I.E. Foundation came to life.
On January 29, 1999, Stacie Lynn Reed was brutally murdered in her Manassas, Virginia home. After stalking her for weeks, an acquaintance of Stacie's entered the home with plans to kill the entire family. In an unsuccessful attempt to rape Stacie, he stabbed her to death.
The S.T.A.C.I.E. Foundation offers seminars on The Impact of Victimization to Law Enforcement Agencies and their entities, Victim Witness Agencies, Prosecuting Attorneys, Defense Attorneys, Victims, Universities (Political Science students), and offenders. For a list of topics covered, please see Seminar Details.
From Tragedy Comes Triumph!
In finding forgiveness for the offender, Heal My Wounds Leave My Scars Prison Ministry was founded in 2009. Heal My Wounds Ministry goes behind those walls to offer a message of HOPE to offenders. The message is a testimony of grief, transformed by the journey of forgiveness of the offender who murdered her daughter Stacie and brutally attacked her younger sister Kristie. Accountability and forgiveness are two main topics of discussion.
As servants of our Lord, Jesus Christ, we are His hands and feet, sharing the gospel that brings HOPE to break the chains of bondage and offers healing, for His glory and His honor!
Silent Witness Project
Featured EventI Am Beautiful
June 22 - 22, 2013
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2013 National Crime Victims' Rights Week April 21-27
Raising Hope and Awareness Through Community Support Each April since 1981, Office of Victims' of Crime (OVC) has helped lead communities throughout the country in their annual observances of National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW) by promoting victims' rights and honoring crime victims and those who advocate on their behalf. This ... Read More