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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.

  • Washington Law Help

    Website: https://www.washingtonlawhelp.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

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

    A Website created and maintained by the Northwest Justice Project (NJP), aimed at providing public service for citizens in Washington including legal information
  • Washington Office of the Secretary of State – Address Confidentiality Program

    Phone: (804) 692-0592

    Website: https://www.oag.state.va.us/programs-initiatives/domestic-violence/address-confidentiality-program

    Category(ies): Assault, Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner), Gang Violence, Harassment, Sexual Assault, Stalking

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

    Location(s): Washington

    Designed to help people who fear for their safety maintain a confidential address and is used as part of an overall safety plan to prevent perpetrators from locating participants through public records such as driver licenses, voter registries and marriage records. ACP is available to state residents who are targets of stalking, domestic violence, trafficking or sexual assault and criminal justice employees who have been threatened or harassed because of their work.
  • Washington State Adult Protective Services

    Phone: 1-877-734-6277

    Website: https://www.dshs.wa.gov/altsa/home-and-community-services/report-concerns-involving-vulnerable-adults

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

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

    Location(s): Maryland

    Washington Adult Protective Services (APS) is dedicated to serving vulnerable adults. APS investigates reports about abuse, abandonment, neglect, exploitation and self-neglect of vulnerable adults in Washington State. Washington classifies vulnerable adults as A person 60 years of age or older with functional, physical, or mental inability to care for self; or an adult 18 years of age or older who: Has a developmental disability; or Has a guardian; or Lives in a nursing facility, boarding home, adult family home, or soldier’s home, residential habilitation center, or any facility licensed or required to be licensed by the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS); or Receives in-home services through a licensed health care agency, hospice, or an individual provider; or Self-directs his/her own care When reporting, you will be asked to give the person’s name, address, contact information and details about why you are concerned. You will also be asked for your name and number or some way of contacting you if the investigator has follow up questions. Unless there is a court action, law enforcement has been called in, or you agree, your identity is confidential. If you report in good faith, you cannot be held liable for any damages resulting from reporting.
  • Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (206) 389-2515

    Other Phone: (800) 886-2880

    Website: http://www.wscadv.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): Washington

    WSCADV is the leading voice to end domestic violence in Washington State. We improve how communities respond to domestic violence and are working to create a world where all people can live and love without fear.
  • Washington State Crime Victims Compensation Program

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 1-800-762-3716

    Website: https://lni.wa.gov/claims/crime-victim-claims/apply-for-crime-victim-benefits/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Washington

    Crime victims can access an online portal to complete a form for Crime Victim Benefits and compensation. Medical, dental, counseling, partial wage loss, funeral expenses can potentially be covered if one has: sustained a physical injury or mental health trauma as a result of certain types of crime, the crime has been reported to law enforcement within a year, an application has been submitted.
  • Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families

    Phone: Available by region

    Website: https://www.dcyf.wa.gov/safety/report-abuse

    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): Washington

    Offices within local communities are responsible for receiving and investigating reports of suspected child abuse and neglect. Reports are received by Child Protective Services (CPS) located in each community office and assessed to determine whether the report meets the legal definition of abuse or neglect and how dangerous the situation is. Find your local intake number to report abuse or neglect
  • West Virgina Coalition Against Domestic Violence

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (304) 965-3552

    Website: http://www.wvcadv.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): West Virginia

    The West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WVCADV), incorporated in 1981, is a statewide non-profit organization comprised of a Coalition Statewide Office and 14 licensed domestic violence programs. WVCADV represents the only statewide network of domestic violence service providers and experts that provide specialized direct services for families, training, education, and policy development. The statewide office and the 14 licensed programs provide advocacy to empower victims of domestic violence and improve responses of systems influencing family safety. Advocacy within systems that respond to victims of domestic violence includes collaborations, training, policy development and networking to examine and improve responses by systems to improve safety. Advocacy for individual survivors of domestic violence includes education about options, safety planning and resource/referral services to create safer environments for individual families.
  • West Virginia Adult Protective Services

    Phone: 1-800-352-6513

    Website: https://dhhr.wv.gov/bcf/Services/Pages/Adult-Protective-Services.aspx

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

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

    Location(s): West Virginia

    West Virginia Adult Protective Services assist vulnerable adults and elder to stop and prevent abuse, neglect, or exploitation. West Virginia APS classifies vulnerable as adults age 18 and older who are functionally disabled due to a mental or physical disability; or living in their own home or a residential facility, such as a nursing home, personal care home, residential board and care home or adult family care home. People making a report in good faith are immune from civil or criminal liability. APS encourages people to immediately make a report if you believe an incapacitated adult at home or in a facility may be abused, neglected or exploited.In addition nursing homes and other residential facilities are prohibited from discharging or discriminating against a person who makes a report. Failure to comply with this prohibition could result in revocation or suspension of their license.
  • West Virginia Bureau for Children and Families Child Welfare Services

    Phone: (800) 352-6513

    Website: https://dhhr.wv.gov/bcf/Services/Pages/Centralized-Intake-for-Abuse-and-Neglect.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): West Virginia

    Anyone may report suspected abuse or neglect, including sexual abuse or sexual assault, or observing a child being subjected to conditions that are likely to result in abuse or neglect. These circumstances should be reported to the Department of Health and Human Resources immediately and not more than 24 hours after suspecting this abuse or neglect.
  • West Virginia Crime Victims Compensation Fund

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 1-877-562-6878

    Website: http://www.wvlegislature.gov/Joint/victims.cfm

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): West Virginia

    Provides for compensation to innocent victims of crime who have suffered personal injury and who have incurred out-of-pocket losses as a result of criminally injurious conduct. If you: have been a victim of a crime in WV, suffered personal injury, reported the crime within 72 hours, cooperated with police, and were an innocent victim, you can file a claim within two years.
  • West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (304) 558-0684 OR Call or text 844-HELP4WV (844-435-7498)

    Website: https://dhhr.wv.gov/COVID-19/Pages/Behavioral-Health.aspx#:~:text=Callortext844HELP4WV,addictionormentalhealthissue.

    Category(ies): Other

    Service(s): Medical/Health Assistance

    Location(s): West Virginia

    Offers support and information for individualized services and prevention for mental health, substance use, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Provide a 24/7 call, chat and text line that provides immediate help for any West Virginian struggling with an addiction or mental health issue. 24/7 call, chat and text line that provides immediate help for any West Virginian struggling with an addiction or mental health issue.
  • West Virginia Office of the Secretary of State – Address Confidentiality Program

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: Toll Free (WA only) (800) 822-1065

    Other Phone: Local (360) 753-2972 Fax (360) 586-4388

    Website: https://www.sos.wa.gov/acp/how-to-apply—find-an-application-assistantby-county.aspx

    Category(ies): Assault, Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner), Gang Violence, Harassment, Sexual Assault, Stalking

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

    Location(s): West Virginia

    Designed to help victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking do business with government agencies and other entities without risking disclosure of their home address, preventing abusers or potential abusers from using public records as a resource to find their victims allow use the provided substitute address in place of a real home address to receive mail, register to vote, DMV transactions, and enroll children in school.
  • West Virginia Rape Crisis Centers

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 304-523-3447

    Website: http://www.fris.org/CrisisCenters/Pages-CrisisCenters/Center-CONTACT.html

    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): West Virginia

    WVFRIS is comprised of nine (9) rape crisis centers in the state of West Virginia. Currently, three (3) additional emerging centers are providing sexual assault services to cover every county in the state.
  • Wheeling Police Department

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (847) 4592671

    Website: [email protected]

    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, Children/Youth/Family Services, Crime Reporting, Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, General Social Services, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Safety Planning, Sexual Assault/Rape Urgent/Acute Response, Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Illinois

    Social Services: Police Social Worker
  • Wisconsin Adult Protective Services

    Phone: Available by county

    Website: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/aps

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

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

    Wisconsin Adult Protective Services (APS) are set up to aid elder adults and Adults-at-Risk who have been abused, neglected, or exploited. If you suspect an elder adult or adult at risk has experienced, is currently experiencing, or is at risk of experiencing abuse, neglect, self-neglect, or financial exploitation, your first step should be to contact the appropriate agency. When you call to report alleged abuse, there are several questions you may be asked, including information about the adult at risk and the incident(s) of abuse. This information is helpful, but you are not required to know it. You will also have the option to give your name and address, but you do not have to give this information.
  • Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assualt

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (608) 257-1516

    Website: https://www.wcasa.org/about/

    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): Wisconsin

    We are a statewide organization dedicated to support and complement the work of Wisconsin’s community-based sexual assault service provider programs and other organizations working to end sexual violence.
  • Wisconsin Crime Victim Compensation

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 1-800-446-6564

    Website: https://www.doj.state.wi.us/ocvs/compensation/crime-victim-compensation-program-compensation-your-financial-losses

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Wisconsin

    The website lists eligibility requirements, as well as a link to the application portal, fillable PDF to be sent in via email, or a printable PDF that can be mailed directly to the applicant and mailed, faxed, or emailed in for review. These applications are also available in Spanish.
  • Wisconsin Department of Children and Families Child Protective Services

    Phone: Available by county

    Website: https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/reportabuse

    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): Wisconsin

    To report a case of child abuse or neglect, contact the county or tribe where the child or child’s family lives. If the agency is not known, contact the closest county. Use link to find local county or tribe reporting information
  • Wisconsin Department of Health Services

    Phone: 608-266-1865

    Website: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/aoda/phlsasindex.htm

    Category(ies): Other

    Service(s): Medical/Health Assistance

    Location(s): Wisconsin

    Aim to build healthy communities by reducing harmful substance use or substance use that affects a person’s overall well-being.
  • Wisconsin Department of Justice – Safe at Home Address Confidentiality Program

    Phone: (608) 266-6613

    Website: https://www.doj.state.wi.us/ocvs/safe-home

    Category(ies): Assault, 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, Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner), Elder Abuse or Neglect, Human Trafficking (Labor), Human Trafficking (Sex), Sexual Assault, Stalking

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

    Location(s): Wisconsin

    Safe at Home is a statewide address confidentiality program that provides victims of actual or threatened domestic abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse, stalking, and trafficking, or those who simply fear for their physical safety with a legal substitute address to be used for both public and private purposes. Enrollment in Safe at Home allows participants to use and receive mail at an assigned address in lieu of their actual address. Safe at Home then forwards mail from the assigned address to participants’ actual addresses free of charge. Provides victims of actual or threatened domestic abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse, stalking, and trafficking, or those who simply fear for their physical safety with a legal substitute address to be used for both public and private purposes. Enrollment in Safe at Home allows participants to use and receive mail at an assigned address instead of their actual address. Safe at Home then forwards mail from the assigned address to participants’ actual addresses free of charge.
  • Wisconsin Department of Justice – Victim Resource Center

    Phone: (800) 446-6564

    Other Phone: (608) 264-9497

    Fax: (608) 264-6368

    Website: https://www.doj.state.wi.us/ocvs/victim-rights/victim-witness-rights

    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): Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Other, Safety Planning

    Location(s): Wisconsin

    The Victim Resource Center (VRC) is a program of the WI Department of Justice, Office of Crime Victim Services. The VRC assists victims of crime with information, referrals, and questions regarding their crime victim and witness rights. Services also include: information and referrals for crime victims, informational materials and training on victim rights, Victim Appellate Notification Services (VANS) for victims, assistance with understanding and participating in the criminal justice process, and receiving and addressing crime victim rights complaints.
  • Wiyot Tribe

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (707) 733-5055

    Fax: (707) 733-5601

    Website: https://www.wiyot.us/258/Rourraguou-Muk-All-My-Relations—Family

    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): Batterer Education/Batterer Intervention, Case Management/Advocacy, Children/Youth/Family Services, Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, Domestic Violence Urgent/Acute Response, Employment/Education Assistance, Financial or Material Assistance, General Social Services, Safety Planning, Sexual Assault/Rape Urgent/Acute Response, Support Groups, Traditional Healing and Referrals, Transportation Assistance (Local), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): California

    Individual and family counseling is available to our enrolled Wiyot Tribal members and their families. These services are designed to help families overcome difficult challenges in life. These services are available by phone, video conferencing, and 1:1 visitation outside of Table Bluff Reservation. Appointments are prioritized on need.
  • WV Foundation for Rape Information and Services

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (304) 366-9500

    Fax: 304-366-9501

    Website: www.fris.org

    Category(ies): Assault, Sexual Assault, Stalking

    Service(s): Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): West Virginia

    “The West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services (WVFRIS) is West Virginia’s state sexual assault coalition. WVFRIS is comprised of the State’s rape crisis centers and works with the rape crisis centers and other allied professionals to develop and strengthen intervention and prevention programs in the state that address sexual violence and stalking. WV’s rape crisis center offer free, 24/7 confidential services to survivors. You can access West Virginia’s rape crisis centers at https://www.fris.org/CrisisCenters/WVCrisisCenters.html”
  • Wyoming Adult Protective Services

    Phone: 1-800-457-3659

    Website: https://dfs.wyo.gov/services/elderly-and-disabled/adult-protection-services/

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

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

    The goal of Wyoming Adult Protective Services (APS) is to ensure that safety and basic needs are being met in the least restrictive environment. This can be in an adult’s home or elsewhere. These services are provided or arranged for a vulnerable adult/elder who is eligible for protective services by definition. Services may include but are not limited to: social casework, case management, home care, day care, mental healthcare, physical evaluations, homemaker services, emergency shelter, assistance obtaining guardianship and referrals to appropriate community agencies. Wyoming classifies a vulnerable adult as any person eighteen (18) years of age or older who is unable to manage and take care of himself or his money, assets or property without assistance as a result of advanced age or physical or mental disability. According to Wyoming law, everyone must report suspected abuse, neglect or exploitation of a child or vulnerable adult if they have reasonable cause to believe that it may be occurring.
  • Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (307) 755-5481

    Other Phone: (800) 990-3877

    Website: http://www.wyomingdvsa.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): Wyoming

    Since 1987, the WCADVSA has served as the leading voice on sexual and domestic violence in Wyoming. The WCADVSA’s professional staff brings a range of backgrounds and experiences to the Coalition. Many staff have prior experiences providing direct services, developing primary prevention initiatives, representing victims, training medical and criminal justice professionals, developing curricula, and influencing public policy. All these experiences add depth to the expert advice provided to the many advocates and professionals who call the WCADVSA for assistance with complex issues.

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