America is one of the most traumatized nations in the world because of the violence experienced in communities. Crime victims know what can make our communities safer. Crime survivors across the country are uniting to #HealTheVote by getting 100,000 crime survivors to vote this election, and demand that public officials commit to a new, effective approach to public safety.
#HealTheVote is a non-partisan civic engagement and voter education campaign hosted by Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice.
Take the pledge to #HealTheVote
Join thousands of survivors across the country to tell our stories, center our experiences, and demonstrate our power through voting.
Voter Education & Registration: Identify and connect members to voter registration resources who need to register, update their registration or learn more about their state’s vote by mail opportunities, requirements, and rules to ensure our members know how to and are prepared to vote by mail.
Join our in-person and virtual events that are hosted by crime survivors and leaders across the country.
Share your story
We want to hear what voting means to you and who you’re pledging to #HealTheVote for this election season — it might be yourself, a loved one, or the ancestors that came before you.
To raise your voice, spread the word and activate more survivors to get to the polls, take a few minutes to record your own video. It might be shared on this site, on digital media or at virtual #HealTheVote events from now to November!
Tell Us What #HealTheVote Means to You
Raise your voice, spread the word and activate more survivors to get to the polls.