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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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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.

  • 1) American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Nevada

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (702) 366-1226

    Website: http://www.aclunv.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): Nevada

    Works to defend and advance the civil liberties and civil rights of all Nevadans works in three areas: public education, advocacy, and litigation when necessary. Their public education efforts serve to help the public understand their liberties, rights, and responsibilities. and the advocacy efforts serve to inform and educate public officials about their liberties and rights. Their litigation work serves to defend the rights and liberties of individuals when they have been violated.
  • 2) Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (775) 355-0600

    Website: itcnfvpp.org

    Category(ies): Arson, Assault, Bullying, 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, Cyber Crimes, Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner), Driving Under the Influence, Elder Abuse or Neglect, Financial Crimes/Fraud/Identity Theft, Gang Violence, Harassment, Hate Crime, Human Trafficking (Labor), Human Trafficking (Sex), Kidnapping (Custodial/Familial), Kidnapping (Non-Custodial), Non-Consensual Pornography, Other, Robbery/Theft/Burglary, Sexual Assault, Stalking, Teen Dating Violence, Terrorism and Mass Violence, Violation of a Court (Protective) Order

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Crime Reporting, Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, Domestic Violence Urgent/Acute Response, Employment/Education Assistance, Financial or Material Assistance, General Social Services, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Housing (Emergency/Short-Term), Safety Planning, Support Groups, Traditional Healing and Referrals, Transportation Assistance (Local), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Nevada

    The Family Violence Prevention Program is a nonprofit organizational program that provides assistance and resources to Native victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, child abuse, dating violence, crime, stalking, and more. We also provide outreach and education to tribal entities in the state of Nevada. If you would like to know more about us, schedule a presentation, or advertise an event, please contact our Reno office at 775-355-0600, Elko office at 775-748-1380, or Vegas office at 702-570-7722 ext. 156.” Our hotline is open 24 hours, it is a crisis line not an emergency number. We are happy to help any Native American people living in Nevada. They must be a victim of crime, domestic violence, and sexual assault.
  • 3) Nevada Adult Protective Services

    Phone: 1-888-729-0571

    Website: http://adsd.nv.gov/Programs/Seniors/EPS/EPS_Prog/

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

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

    Location(s): Nevada

    Nevada Adult Protective Services (APS) receives and investigates reports of abuse, neglect, exploitation, isolation or abandonment for vulnerable adults aged 18-59, in addition to persons 60 years and older. Nevada classifies vulnerable adults as someone 18 years or older who: have physical and/or mental conditions due to a developmental disability, brain damage, or mental illness; or have one or more physical or mental limitations that prevent a person from performing normal activities of daily living. All information received as a result of a report is confidential.
  • 4) Nevada Child Protective Services

    Phone: 1-833-803-1183

    Website: http://dcfs.nv.gov/Programs/CWS/CPS/CPS/

    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): Nevada

    Nevada Child Protective Services respond to reports of abuse or neglect of children under the age of eighteen. Abuse or neglect complaints are defined in statute, and include mental injury, physical injury, sexual abuse and exploitation, negligent treatment or maltreatment, and excessive corporal punishment. Referrals are also made to community-based services to assist families to prevent their entry into the child welfare system.
  • 5) Nevada Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (775) 828-1115

    Website: http://www.nnadv.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): Nevada

    The Nevada Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence (previously The Nevada Network Against Domestic Violence), provides statewide advocacy, education and support of the front-line organizations that help those impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. We support Nevada’s direct-service organizations that help serve victims and their families. We support our member organizations by providing resources, assisting them in
  • 6) Nevada Department of Children and Family Services – Confidential Address Program

    Phone: (866) -227-6327

    Other Phone: (402) 471-3568

    Website: https://sos.nebraska.gov/business-services/address-confidentiality-program

    Category(ies): Assault, Gang Violence, Harassment, Sexual Assault, Stalking

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, General Social Services

    Location(s): Nevada

    Assists victims fleeing abusive situations and attempting a fresh start for themselves and their children. The program began when it became clear that in far too many cases, victims were being physically located through public records by providing a fictitious mailing address and confidential mail forwarding program, and Confidential voter registration records
  • 7) Nevada Department of Health and Human Services

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 775-684-4200

    Website: https://dpbh.nv.gov/

    Category(ies): Other

    Service(s): Medical/Health Assistance

    Location(s): Nevada

    Aim to protect, promote and improve the physical and behavioral health of the people of Nevada. DPBH is comprised of the former Health Division and Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services.
  • 8) Nevada Law Help

    Website: https://nevadalawhelp.org/

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

    Location(s): Nevada

    A website to help individuals find resources including free general information about their legal rights, the law, and legal forms with the hope of protecting the rights of Nevadians
  • 9) Nevada Legal Services

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (702) 386-0404

    Website: https://nevadalegalservices.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

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

    Location(s): Nevada

    Free Legal Services for Low-Income Nevadans, aiming to provide Equal Justice for All
  • 10) Nevada Victims of Crime Program

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (702) 486-2740

    Website: https://voc.nv.gov/VOC/VOC_Home/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Nevada

    To be eligible for assistance, a person must be a victim of a violent crime in Nevada, involving physical injury, threat of physical injury or death. To be eligible for assistance, a person must be a victim of a violent crime in Nevada, involving physical injury, threat of physical injury or death. The crime must be reported to the police, child protective services, or other law enforcement agency within 5 days of the crime, unless the victim is physically or mentally unable to file within 5 days. The application must be submitted within a year (1 year) of the crime or within a reasonable time where the victim is unable to apply within one year. Minor victims of sexual assault, molestation or pornography have until the age of 21 to file an application. Victims must cooperate with law enforcement during the investigation and prosecution of the crime. Also, a victim cannot have participated in or been involved in committing the crime.

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