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Victim Connect Resource Map

The VictimConnect Resource Map is Live!

The VictimConnect Resource Map is a searchable tool with national and local resources commonly used by our visitors. The resources can be filtered by categories, services, location, and keywords.

This is not an exhaustive list of resources or available options, but over time we will continue to add resources.

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If you are a service provider and would like to be included on the VictimConnect Resource Map, please complete and submit this form. See eligibility criteria here.

Looking for additional resources? The Tribal Resource Tool is an online map of diverse resources for American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) survivors and victims of crime and abuse created in collaboration with the National Congress of American Indians, the Tribal Law and Policy Institute, and the NCVC.

Visit www.tribalresourcetool.org to access information about services for all ages and all crime types, in cities, suburban, and rural areas, both on and off the reservation.

  • A Safe Place

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (847) 731-7165

    Website: https://asafeplaceforhelp.org/

    Category(ies): Assault, Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner), Harassment, Human Trafficking (Labor), Human Trafficking (Sex), Sexual Assault, Stalking, Teen Dating Violence, Violation of a Court (Protective) Order

    Service(s): Batterer Education/Batterer Intervention, Case Management/Advocacy, Children/Youth/Family Services, Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, Domestic Violence Urgent/Acute Response, Financial or Material Assistance, Housing (Emergency/Short-Term), Housing (Long-Term/Transitional), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Medical/Health Assistance, Safety Planning, Sexual Assault/Rape Urgent/Acute Response, Support Groups, Transportation Assistance (Local), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Illinois

    A Safe Place provides a 24-hour crisis line, case management, legal advocacy, emergency shelter, individual and group therapy, art therapy, affordable transitional and permanent housing, scattered site housing, outreach and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence & human trafficking and their children, mentoring for adolescent boys, supervised custody exchanges, supervised family visitations, education for teens on healthy relationships, community and professional education, and intervention services for abusers to learn accountability for their choices and actions. Our mission-focused work is guided by our philosophy.
  • Administracion de Servicios de Salud Mental y Contra la Adiccion (ASSMCA)

    Phone: 1-800-981-0023

    Website: https://assmca.pr.gov/Pages/default.aspx

    Category(ies): Other

    Service(s): Medical/Health Assistance

    Location(s): Puerto Rico

    Provide programs of prevention, care, mitigation and solution of mental health problems and addiction or dependence on substances in order to promote and preserve the bio-psycho-social health of the people of Puerto Rico.
  • Alabama Adult Protective Services

    Phone: 1-800-458-7214

    Website: https://dhr.alabama.gov/adult-protective-services/

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

    Service(s): Crime Reporting, Hotline/Information and Referrals

    Location(s): Alabama

    Alabama Adult Protective Services (APS) works with it’s counties to help protect elderly and disabled adults from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Other goals include preventing unnecessary institutionalization while assisting adults to live independently within their own communities, and assisting in filing an adult foster care inquiry. To make a report, please contact the Adult Abuse Hotline at: 1-800-458-7214 or visit the country directory to contact the DHR office in your county. For adult foster care inquiry, please visit the online form
  • Alabama Attorney General’s Office of Victim Assistance

    Phone: 334-242-7300

    Other Phone: 1-800-626-7676

    Website: https://www.alabamaag.gov/victimassistance

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Alabama

    Alabama State Victim Service Page
  • Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (334) 832-4842

    Website: http://www.acadv.org/

    Category(ies): Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner)

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Alabama

    The Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV) creates opportunities for freedom from domestic violence through advocacy, education and the promotion of social intolerance of abuse. ACADV provides training, technical assistance, public policy and development, and support to domestic violence center programs.
  • Alabama Coalition Against Rape

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 334-264-0123

    Website: https://www.alabamacoalitionagainstrape.org/

    Category(ies): Sexual Assault

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Alabama

    We provide Training, Advocacy, Support and Resources for survivors, families and agencies or organizations.
  • Alabama Crime Victims Compensation Commission

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 1-800-541-9388

    Website: https://acvcc.alabama.gov/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Alabama

    The ACVCC provides financial compensation to innocent victims of crime or the victim’s closest living relative, if the victim is deceased as a result of the crime. To be eligible for compensation, the crime must have been reported to law enforcement within 72 hours (3 days) of the incident and the claim for compensation must be filed within one year of the incident. Typical expenses covered by ACVCC include medical care, psychiatric care, work loss, funeral/burial expenses, and rehabilitation. ACVCC does not cover stolen property, property damage, checks, or cash.
  • Alabama Department of Mental Health

    Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

    Phone: 334-242-3642

    Website: https://mh.alabama.gov/saban/?sm=d

    Category(ies): Other

    Service(s): Medical/Health Assistance

    Location(s): Alabama

    Aims to promote the development of a comprehensive, coordinated system of community-based services for consumers diagnosed with serious mental illness and/or substance use disorders by partnering with community providers to deliver a comprehensive array of evidence-based prevention, treatment and recovery-based peer support services throughout the state.
  • Alabama Legal Help

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 1-800-392-5660

    Website: https://www.alabamalegalhelp.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal)

    Provides qualifying low-income families with legal aid and assistance in civil matters. LSA is a statewide program serving all 67 counties in Alabama with the goal of helping people, families as well as individuals, move toward self-sufficiency through assisting them with their legal needs.
  • Alabama Office of Child Protective Services

    Phone: Available by county

    Website: https://dhr.alabama.gov/county-office-contact/

    Category(ies): Child Exposed to Violence, Child Physical Abuse or Neglect (Current or Recent), Child Physical Abuse or Neglect (Historical), Child Sexual Abuse (Current or Recent), Child Sexual Abuse (Historical), Child Sexual Abuse Images

    Service(s): Crime Reporting, Hotline/Information and Referrals

    Location(s): Alabama

    The Alabama Office of Child Protective Services collects reports of child abuse and neglect up to age 19 years old. The Office of Child Protective Services provides some of the following functions:
  • Alaska Adult Protective Services

    Phone: 1-800-478-9996

    Website: http://dhss.alaska.gov/dsds/Pages/aps/default.aspx

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

    Service(s): Crime Reporting, Hotline/Information and Referrals

    Location(s): Alaska

    Alaska Adult Protective Services (APS) helps to prevent or stop harm from occurring to vulnerable adults. Alaska law requires that protective services not interfere with the elderly or disabled adults who are capable of caring for themselves. Alaska law defines vulnerable adults as a person 18 years of age or older who, because of incapacity, mental illness, mental deficiency, physical illness or disability, advanced age, chronic use of drugs, chronic intoxication, fraud, confinement, or disappearance, is unable to meet the person’s own needs or to seek help without assistance.. For online reporting, please visit the centralized reporting site.
  • Alaska Department of Health and Social Services

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 907-269-3600

    Website: https://dhss.alaska.gov/dbh/Pages/default.aspx

    Category(ies): Other

    Service(s): Medical/Health Assistance

    Location(s): Alaska

    Aim to improve the quality of life of Alaskans through the right service by providing a continuum of statewide behavioral health services (mental health and substance use) ranging from prevention and screening to brief intervention and acute psychiatric care.
  • Alaska Legal Services Corporation

    Phone: 907-272-9431

    Website: https://www.alsc-law.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal)

    Provides high quality free civil legal services to low-income Alaskans in need. Since 1967, ALSC’s services have reached thousands of Alaskans and their communities to protect their safety, their health and promote family stability.a guide to civil legal services and resources for low-income persons and seniors in Alaska. This site provides information on various free and low-cost legal programs in Alaska, including basic eligibility and contact information.
  • Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (907) 586-3650

    Website: https://andvsa.org/

    Category(ies): Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner)

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Alaska

    The Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault promotes and sustains a collective movement to end violence and oppression through social change.
  • Alaska Office of Children’s Services

    Phone: 1-800-478-4444

    Website: http://dhss.alaska.gov/ocs/Pages/Offices/map.aspx

    Category(ies): Child Exposed to Violence, Child Physical Abuse or Neglect (Current or Recent), Child Physical Abuse or Neglect (Historical), Child Sexual Abuse (Current or Recent), Child Sexual Abuse (Historical), Child Sexual Abuse Images

    Service(s): Crime Reporting, Hotline/Information and Referrals

    Location(s): Alaska

    The Alaska Office of Children’s Services is tasked with ensuring the safety, permanency and well-being of children by strengthening families, engaging communities, and partnering with Tribes.
  • Alaska Violent Crime Compensation Board

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 1-800-764-3040

    Website: http://doa.alaska.gov/vccb/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Alaska

    The Alaska VCCB provides financial assistance to victims of violent crime (excluding property crimes). To be eligible for compensation, the crime must have been reported to law enforcement within 5 days of the incident and the claim for compensation must be filed within 2 years of the incident. Typical expenses covered by VCCB include medical/dental care, counseling, lost wages, funeral/burial expenses, security, relocation, transportation and trial attendance costs, and loss of support for dependents of homicide victims. VCCB does not cover lost, stolen, or damaged property.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Hampshire

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (603) 225-3080

    Website: https://www.aclu-nh.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): New Hampshire

    Offers Litigation, representing those whose rights have been violated; Along with Legislative advocacy, challenging laws that infringe on individual freedom and supporting laws which protect or expand our civil liberties; Providing educational campaigns to ensure residents know their rights; and grassroots organizing, while mobilizing people to be advocates for themselves and others.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Vermont

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (802) 223-6304

    Website: https://www.acluvt.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Vermont

    Integrates litigation, policy advocacy, organizing, public education, and strategic communications to defend and advance civil liberties for all people across a broad range of constitutionally protected rights and freedoms. They focus on a broad range of issues impacting Vermonters’ constitutional rights, including racial justice, criminal justice reform, women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, disability rights, voting rights, immigrants’ rights, freedom of speech, religious liberty, reproductive freedom, privacy, and more. While also striving to ensure that those who have historically been denied their rights are afforded the same protections.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of

    Phone: (213) 977-9500

    Website: http://www.aclusocal.org

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): California

    Defends the fundamental rights outlined in the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. These include the right to freedom of speech and assembly, the right to religious freedom, due process of law, equality before the law and the right to privacy. It relies on state constitutional provisions and federal and state laws that further these and similar rights.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Alabama

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (334) 265-2754

    Website: https://www.aclualabama.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Alabama

    Work in the courts, legislatures and communities to defend the individual rights and personal freedoms guaranteed to us by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights including freedom of speech, freedom of religion, government-sponsored religious activities, privacy, discrimination based on race, gender, sexual orientation or disability, police misconduct, censorship in schools or libraries, fairness in application of school discipline, workplace privacy, access to government documents, inhumane jail and prison conditions, and other issues of fair treatment by government.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Alaska

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (907) 258-0044

    Website: http://www.acluak.org

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Alaska

    Use litigation, legislative expertise, grassroots advocacy, and public education efforts, to work to protect the civil rights and individual liberties enshrined in the U.S. and Alaska Constitutions. They strive to ensure that those who have historically been denied their rights are afforded the same protections as everyone else, including people of color, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, prisoners, and Alaska Native peoples.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arizona

    Phone: (602) 650-1854

    Website: http://www.acluaz.org

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Arizona

    They aim to defend the Constitution and keep America safe and free, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and laws of the United States guarantee everyone.Their goals is to protect individuals’ civil liberties upholding American values enshrined in the Bill of Rights.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arkansas

    Phone: (501) 374-2660

    Website: http://www.acluarkansas.org

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Arkansas

    A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization which uses legal, legislative and public education methods to protect and promote a broad range of constitutional issues including, free speech, racial justice, privacy, religious liberty, reproductive rights, LGBT rights, and serve as the leading defender of civil liberties guaranteed by our nation’s Bill of Rights.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Colorado

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (303) 777-5482

    Website: http://www.aclu-co.org

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Colorado

    Their mission is to protect, defend and extend the civil rights and civil liberties of all people in Colorado through litigation, education and advocacy. Their legal department writes letters, talks to government agencies and, if necessary, files lawsuits on behalf of clients whose rights have been violated as well as engages and informs Coloradans through public forums on current civil liberties issues, “Know Your Rights” trainings, rallies and media events.

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