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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.

  • Apna Ghar

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (773) 883-4663

    Other Phone: (800) 717-0757

    Fax: (773) 883-4664

    Website: http://www.apnaghar.org/

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

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, General Social Services, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil)

    Location(s): Illinois

    Provides culturally competent services, and conducts outreach and advocacy across communities to end gender violence
  • Arizona Adult Protective Services

    Phone: 1-877-767-2385

    Website: https://des.az.gov/services/basic-needs/adult-protective-services

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

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

    Location(s): Arizona

    Arizona Adult Protective Services (APS) is a program within the DES Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) and is responsible for investigating allegations of abuse, exploitation and neglect of vulnerable adults. file an online report 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Arizona Attorney General

    Phone: (602) 542-5025

    Website: https://www.azag.gov/criminal/victim-services

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

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

    Location(s): Arizona

    Arizona State Victim Service Page
  • Arizona Attorney General (VCR)

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (866) 742-4911

    Other Phone: (602) 542-4911

    Website: https://www.azag.gov/criminal/victim-services/victim-compensation-restitution

    Category(ies): Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Sexual Assault

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Arizona

    If you are a victim of a crime or a derivitive victim, you may apply to your county’s Crime Victim Compensation Board to recover certain expenses. This money comes from surcharges and penalties that are paid by criminals. Victims may apply to recoup losses paid for: Medical or dental expenses, Mental health counseling, Funeral and burial costs, Lost wages / Loss of support, Crime scene clean-up, Some transportation costs, Emergency re-location
  • Arizona Attorney General (VREO)

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (602) 542-4911

    Fax: (602) 542-8453

    Website: https://www.azag.gov/criminal/victim-services/victims-rights-enforcement-officer

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Crime Reporting

    Location(s): Arizona

    In 1999, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office established a State-level Victims’ Rights Enforcement Officer position to respond to victims’ concerns and to address non-compliance. Today, this position is known as the State Victims’ Rights Administrator for Compliance (Compliance Administrator). The Compliance Administrator has a number of tasks that comprise a delicate balance of reactive and proactive approaches to improving compliance, state-wide, with victims’ rights laws.
  • Arizona Center for Disability Law

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 602-274-6287

    Website: https://www.azdisabilitylaw.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

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

    Location(s): Arizona

    Assists Arizonans with disabilities to promote and protect their legal rights to independence, justice, and equality.
  • Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence

    Phone: (602) 279-2900

    Website: https://www.acesdv.org/

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

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Arizona

    The Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence: AMPLIFIES awareness of sexual and domestic violence to reduce stigma, prevent violence, and champion healing and justice. SUPP.O.RTS organizations in building and sustaining trauma-informed responses and comprehensive sexual and domestic violence services. COLLABORATES with survivors and community partners to end violence and oppression by shifting culture, systems and policy. LEADS the anti-sexual and domestic violence movement in Arizona through centering and elevating the needs and voices of survivors.
  • Arizona Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (602) 279-2900

    Other Phone: (800) 782-6400

    Website: http://www.acesdv.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): Arizona

    The mission of the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence is to lead, to advocate, to educate, to collaborate, to end domestic violence in Arizona. AzCADV is based in Arizona and has significant, statewide presence. We are a non-governmental, non-profit membership organization that works with more than 170 formal members and allies to carry out our mission and objectives.
  • Arizona Criminal Justice Commission

    Phone: Available by county

    Website: https://www.azcjc.gov/Programs/Victim-Services/Compensation-Program

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Arizona

    The ACJC provides financial assistance to victims of crime who suffered physical injury, mental distress, or economic loss as a result of a 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 two years of the crime. Typical expenses covered by ACJC include medical expenses, mental health counseling, funeral/burial expenses, wage loss, crime scene cleanup, and some transportation costs. ACJC does not cover property loss or repair. To apply for compensation, victims should contact the Compensation Coordinator within the County Attorney’s Office where the crime occurred. A complete list of County Attorney’s Offices and their contact information can be found on the ACJC website.
  • Arizona Department of Child Safety

    Phone: (602) 255-2500

    Fax: (602) 255-3262

    Website: https://azdirect.az.gov/child-safety-department

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

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Crime Reporting, General Social Services, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Arizona

    Aim to protect children but we also stands as for primary prevention, partnering with other family-serving agencies and community organizations to improve community health and strengthen families.
  • Arizona Department of Child Safety

    Phone: 1-888-767-2445

    Website: https://dcs.az.gov/services/suspect-abuse-report-it-now

    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): Arizona

    The Arizona Department of Child Safety operates the 24/7 toll-free Child Abuse Hotline where report s can be made of suspected child abuse, neglect, exploitation or abandonment is a responsible attempt to protect a child.
  • Arizona Secretary of State’s Office – Address Confidentiality Program (ACP)

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 602-542-1653

    Other Phone: 602-542-4285

    Website: https://azsos.gov/services/acp

    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): Arizona

    Helps victims of domestic violence, sexual offenses, and/or stalking from being located by the perpetrator through public records. The program provides a substitute address and confidential mail forwarding services to individuals and families across Arizona.
  • Arizona Voice for Crime Victims

    Phone: (480) 600-2661

    Website: http://www.voiceforvictims.org/

    Category(ies): Assault

    Service(s): General Social Services, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Arizona

    Arizona Voice for Crime Victims, As our legal team works to ensure that victims have an opportunity for meaningful participation throughout the criminal justice process, our social services team provides victims with a sense of hope, encouragement, and security as they wait for justice to be served.
  • Arkansas Adult Protective Services

    Phone: 1-800-482-8049

    Website: https://humanservices.arkansas.gov/about-dhs/daabhs/aps

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

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

    Location(s): Arkansas

    Arkansas Adult Protective Services (APS) is mandated by state law to investigate maltreatment, abuse, neglect, and exploitation of people age 18 and older, who are: Impaired by mental or physical disease, and as a result, cannot protect themselves from abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Endangered, which means, found in a situation or condition that poses a danger to themselves and does not understand the consequences of staying in that situation or condition. Or file an online report 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (501) 907-5612

    Other Phone: (800) 269-4668

    Website: http://www.domesticpeace.com/

    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): Arkansas

    The Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV) is a nonprofit organization that has served both rural and urban areas of Arkansas since its inception in 1981. The purpose of the coalition is to promote community awareness to bring about domestic peace, provide a supportive connection and coordination for domestic violence service providers in Arkansas, provide technical assistance, training and education to member programs, lay people and professionals., promote quality services statewide and to expand services so that every victim of domestic violence in Arkansas may obtain needed assistance, i.e. provision of support, advocacy, and a safe environment, while restoring the victim’s sense of dignity, power, control, and self advocacy, and to do any lawful activity necessary to accomplish the foregoing purposes.
  • Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assualt

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 501.246.3276

    Website: https://www.arkcasa.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): Arkansas

    We are a statewide coalition of individuals and organizations working together toward the elimination of sexual violence and advocating for sexual assault victims’ rights and services. ACASA provides cohesion, vision and resources to members, while working to change public attitudes and beliefs surrounding sexual violence issues.
  • Arkansas Crime Victim Reparations Program

    Phone: (501) 682-1020

    Other Phone: (800) 482-8982

    Website: http://arkansasag.gov/programs/criminal-justice//crime-victim-reparations/

    Category(ies): Financial Crimes/Fraud/Identity Theft

    Service(s): Crime Reporting, Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Arkansas

    Assists Arkansas consumers when problems arise during consumer transactions including Protection Tips and help for reporting financial crimes including getting compensation
  • Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Board

    Phone: (501) 682-1020

    Website: https://portal.arkansas.gov/agency/department-of-public-safety/crime-victims-reparations-board/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Arkansas

    The Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Board provides financial compensation to victims of violent crime or their minor child, spouse, parent, sibling, grandparent, or extended family member who resides in the same household. 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 compensation include medical care, counseling, lost wages, funeral/burial expenses, crime scene clean up, and loss of support for dependents of deceased victims.
  • Arkansas Crisis Center

    Phone: (479) 365-2140

    Website: http://www.arcrisis.org/

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Children/Youth/Family Services, Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response

    Location(s): Arkansas

    By helping anyone and everyone in any type of crisis, we can combat Arkansas’s rising suicides rates. By calling our helpline at 888.274.7472 our crisis call specialists confidentially and anonymously offer intervention and counseling, link the caller with resources in their area, and ultimately, save lives by preventing crises from becoming life-threatening.
  • Arkansas Department of Human Services

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 501-686-9164

    Website: https://humanservices.arkansas.gov/learn-about-programs/programs-for-mental-health-substance-abuse-issues/

    Category(ies): Other

    Service(s): Medical/Health Assistance

    Location(s): Arkansas

    Help individuals with Mental Health Needs & Substance Abuse find a Treatment Provider, or assistance finding Substance Abuse Prevention Providers
  • Arkansas Dept. of Finance and Administration Revenue Division – Driver License Only

    Phone: (501) 682-7052

    Website: https://codes.findlaw.com/ar/title-27-transportation/ar-code-sect-27-16-811.html

    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): Arkansas

    Arkansas Confidential License Registration (Driver License Only)
  • Arkansas Division of Aging and Adult Services

    Phone: (501) 686-9164

    Website: http://www.daas.ar.gov/

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Crime Reporting

    Location(s): Arkansas

    Arkansas Adult Protective Services (APS) is mandated by state law to investigate maltreatment, abuse, neglect, and exploitation of people age 18 and older, who are: Impaired by mental or physical disease, and as a result, cannot protect themselves from abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Endangered, which means, found in a situation or condition that poses a danger to themselves and does not understand the consequences of staying in that situation or condition. Or file an online report 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Arkansas Division of Children and Family Services

    Phone: 1-800-482-5964

    Website: https://humanservices.arkansas.gov/about-dhs/dcfs/how-to-report

    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): Arkansas

    The Arkansas Division of Children and Family Services (DCFS) works to ensure children of all ages have a safe and stable home every day. DCFS is responsible for child abuse prevention, protection, foster care, and adoption programs.
  • Arkansas Law Help

    Phone: 1-888-540-2941

    Website: https://www.arlawhelp.org/

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

    Location(s): Arkansas

    Aims to empower Arkansas residents with legal information and resources
  • Asian Liaison Unit

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (202) 724-8009

    Website: https://mpdc.dc.gov/node/138712

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

    Location(s): District of Columbia

    The Asian Liaison Unit Is a team of dedicated officers that focuses on the public safety needs of the Asian Community. They facilitate translation services to patrol officers, various investigative units and the community. Their primary focus is to perform outreach and patrol functions to the community and to respond to all citizens needs.

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