The VINE Blog

Get to Know Your Customers: Washington State Program Manager

WASHINGTON VINE PROGRAM MANAGER JAMIE WEIMER Appriss’ flagship solution, VINE® (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) is the nation’s leading automated victim notification system. VINE is used across 48 states, providing millions of.

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Appriss and NOVA partner together to provide training for victim advocates

Each October, victim assistance organizations all over the United States join hands beneath the purple banner of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), uniting under a shared commitment to raise awareness about the scourge of intimate partner.

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20 years later, the Mary Byron Project is still fighting on behalf of survivors

As a felony prosecutor in the city of Louisville for 15 years, Dorislee Gilbert has seen all sides of the criminal justice system. She has fought for justice for victims of crime, domestic abuse, and child abuse by training prosecutors across the.

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Strong relationships, improved features demonstrate value of VINE in Michigan

For James McCurtis, the VINE program manager for the state of Michigan, his mission is clear: to do everything he can to help crime victims and survivors of domestic violence be “made whole.” That process can take years and is often both emotionally.

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Get to Know Your Customers: New Hampshire Program Manager

NEW HAMPSHIRE VINE PROGRAM MANAGER DAVE BERRY “Get to Know Your Customers Day” is observed on the third Thursday of each quarter. Appriss would like to take this opportunity to learn a little bit more about our customers, and to spotlight just how.

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Human-Centered Design: 10 Questions about the VINE Redesign with our Product Designer

To celebrate the recent launch of our VINE redesign, we sat down with our Design Manager, Lara Kirby Pardo, to go through a few questions about our research and design process. As a member of the Product team, Lara heads up the design team that.

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6 FAQs about VINE, plus bonus Qs with the training team

One thing that sets VINE apart is its knowledgeable and helpful product training team. VINE is the nation’s largest victim notification platform, and Karen Adams and Jared Beek have years of experience helping VINE users get even more comfortable.

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New VINE Design Gives Users More Personalized Experience

In an effort to make our flagship Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE®) service even more intuitive and easy to use, Appriss recently unveiled a brand new design for VINE that includes both an updated layout and improved features. The.

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Another Curve to Flatten: Domestic Violence During COVID-19

An act of domestic violence occurs every 15 seconds in the United States, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Estimated to affect 12 million people every year, domestic violence hotlines receive more than 20,000 calls per.

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The Strength of Appriss: Call Center Helps State of Kentucky Respond to COVID-19

During its 25+ years serving survivors and concerned citizens all over the United States, Appriss has set itself apart as an industry leader through VINE, the nation’s first and leading victim notification service. Appriss’ mission is a commitment.

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How VINE helped a survivor find peace of mind

In 2011, Anna Nasset was living what she calls her “best life.” After purchasing an art gallery in Washington State four years earlier with just $200 in her bank account, Anna put her business plan to work. Before long, she was at the forefront of.

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