Two different types of membership are available to organizations and one for individuals. All members benefit from participation in MAC sponsored events, trainings, and resource dissemination; voting members have additional opportunities to participate in the work of MAC.
Voting Member Organization: Organizations that provide direct services to crime victims. Voting members vote on the slate of new board members, public policy/legislative initiatives, and changes to MAC by-laws.
Supportive Non-Voting Organization: Nonprofit; health and education; tribal, state, and local government; and other organizations that do not provide direct services to crime victims; and actively promote the mission statement and core values of MAC may join as supportive non-voting members. Direct victim service programs must join as voting members.
Supportive Non-Voting Individual: Individual, student, or victim/survivor that actively promotes the mission statement and core values of MAC may join as a supportive non-voting member.