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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.

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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.

  • Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center (APALRC)

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (202) 706-7150

    Fax: (202) 315-0375

    Website: http://www.apalrc.org/dp/

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

    Location(s): District of Columbia

    The mission of the APALRC is the advance the civil and legal rights of Asian Americans by focusing on providing linguistically accessible and culturally appropriate legal services to low-income Asian immigrants in Metro-DC who have limited English proficiency. The goal is to ensure that Asian Americans can access government services and the legal system to protect and enforce their right, and to seek full participation in American society. The APALRC seeks to accomplish this mission through a three-prong strategy that combines community legal education, individual representation, and systemic advocacy.
  • ASPEN (Abuse Support & Prevention Education Network)

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (406) 222-5902

    Other Phone: (406) 222-8154

    Website: https://www.aspenmt.org/

    Category(ies): Assault, Child Sexual Abuse (Historical), Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner), Elder Abuse or Neglect, Harassment, Human Trafficking (Labor), Human Trafficking (Sex), Non-Consensual Pornography, Sexual Assault, Stalking, Teen Dating Violence, Violation of a Court (Protective) Order

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, Domestic Violence Urgent/Acute Response, Financial or Material Assistance, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Housing (Emergency/Short-Term), 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), Transportation Assistance (Relocation), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Montana

    ASPEN provides support services to victims/survivors of domestic an sexual violence and human trafficking and empowers them to create safe and healthy lives for themselves and their families. ASPEN is also committed to breaking the cycle of violence by providing educational and awareness activities in the community.
  • Atlanta Legal Aid

    Phone: 404-524-5811

    Website: https://atlantalegalaid.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

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

    Location(s): Georgia

    Offer free civil legal aid for low income people across metro Atlanta through a variety of self-help clinics, and countless community education programs, Legal Aid lawyers and volunteers.
  • Attorney General SEAN D. REYES UTAH OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

    Phone: (800) 244-4636

    Website: http://attorneygeneral.utah.gov/human-trafficking

    Category(ies): Human Trafficking (Labor), Human Trafficking (Sex)

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

    Location(s): Utah

    Attorney General Sean D. Reyes has been a leader and an international voice in the fight against human trafficking and continues to lead Utah to aggressively fight through education campaigns, support of anti-human trafficking legislation, victim recovery, and advocacy. This is accomplished through grassroots and non-governmental organizations efforts, partnerships with local law enforcement officers and agencies, as well as work initiated by his office through the Utah Trafficking in Persons (UTIP) Task Force and prosecutors of the Utah SECURE Strike Force.
  • Attorney General of Texas

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (800) 983-9933

    Fax: (512) 320-8270

    Website: https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cvs/crime-victims-compensation-how-to-apply

    Category(ies): Assault, Sexual Assault

    Service(s): Financial or Material Assistance

    Location(s): Texas

    Texas CVC covers crime-related costs such as counseling, medical treatment, funerals, and loss of income not paid by other sources. Please see the website for a list of eligibility requirements, as well as eligible and ineligible expenses.
  • Attorney General of Virginia Computer Crime Section

    Phone: (804) 786-4718

    Website: http://ag.virginia.gov/CCSWeb2/index.php

    Category(ies): Cyber Crimes

    Service(s): Crime Reporting

    Location(s): Virginia

    Crime reporting and education prevention of cyber crimes
  • Attorney General’s Office California Department of Justice

    Phone: (916) 210-6276

    Website: http://oag.ca.gov/

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

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

    Location(s): California

    The Attorney General is the state’s top lawyer and law enforcement official, protecting and serving the people and interests of California through a broad range of duties. The Attorney General’s responsibilities include safeguarding Californians from harm and promoting community safety, preserving California’s spectacular natural resources, enforcing civil rights laws, and helping victims of identity theft, mortgage-related fraud, illegal business practices, and other consumer crimes.
  • AWAIC- Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 907-279-9581

    Fax: 907-279-7244

    Website: https://awaic.org/

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

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, Domestic Violence Urgent/Acute Response, Employment/Education Assistance, Financial or Material Assistance, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Housing (Emergency/Short-Term), Housing (Long-Term/Transitional), Safety Planning, Support Groups, Transportation Assistance (Local), Transportation Assistance (Relocation)

    Location(s): Alaska

    Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis (AWAIC) is the largest domestic violence safe shelter in Alaska. AWAIC provides safe shelter and supportive services to women, men, and children affected by domestic violence. AWAIC strives to empower survivors with a full range of choices and to make their own positive life decisions, providing support and encouragement along the way. AWAIC is committed not only to providing vital services to survivors of domestic violence, but also to preventing future violence through education and prevention.
  • Ayuda

    Phone: 202-387-4848

    Website: https://ayuda.com/

    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), Human Trafficking (Labor), Human Trafficking (Sex), Sexual Assault, Stalking, Violation of a Court (Protective) Order

    Service(s): Hotline/Information and Referrals, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal)

    Location(s): District of Columbia

    Walk in Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 4:00pm Eligibility for Services: – Foreign Born – Low income (30% of the poverty guideline) – DC Resident or abuse occurred in DC (Maryland matters are eligible for intake, consultation and referrals only) IMMIGRATION LAW DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/FAMILY LAW Ayuda’s attorney’s provide domestic violence and family law legal services, including but not limited to: – Civil Protection Orders – Custody, Divorce and related matters – Civil Contempt – Child Support SOCIAL SERVICES: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT Offers holistic legal and social services in a culturally sensitive environment to low-income immigrant victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. – Helps clients secure emergency and transitional shelter, food, clothing, medical and mental health care for themselves and their children – provide individual and group therapy for DC’s immigrant residents who have experienced domestic violence and/or sexual assault – provides case management SOCIAL SERVICES: HUMAN TRAFFICKING Provide comprehensive case management for trafficked persons.
  • Barrier Free Living

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (212) 400-6470

    Website: https://www.bflnyc.org

    Category(ies): Assault, Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner), Sexual Assault, Stalking, Teen Dating Violence

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Children/Youth/Family Services, Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, General Social Services, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Housing (Emergency/Short-Term), Housing (Long-Term/Transitional), Safety Planning, Support Groups, Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): New York

    Freedom House is a domestic violence shelter (90-180 day stay) for women, men and children. We serve both families and single individuals with or without disabilities. We have worked with people from 40 states and internationally and we welcome all members of the LGBTQ community.
  • Bay Area Legal Aid

    Phone: 800-551-5554

    Website: https://baylegal.org/

    Category(ies): All Crime Types

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

    Location(s): California

    Committed to providing meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client’s location, language or disability. They believe access to legal advocacy is critical to ensuring that Bay Area residents living in poverty understand and assert their rights, in order to create stability for themselves and their families..
  • Beckys Fund Domestic Violence

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (202) 851-4099

    Other Phone: (724) 518-1169

    Fax: (202) 730-1301

    Website: http://www.beckysfund.org/

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

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Employment/Education Assistance, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Civil), Safety Planning

    Location(s): District of Columbia

    Working to end domestic violence through education, advocacy and service including interactive workshops for young men and women
  • Bereaved Parents of the USA

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (501) 681-1464

    Website: http://bereavedparentsusa.org/, http://bereavedparentsusa.org/

    Category(ies): Other

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Support Groups

    Location(s): New York

    Helping grieving parents and families rebuild their lives after the death of a child.
  • Bethany House of Northern Virginia

    Phone: 703.658.9500

    Website: https://www.bhnv.org/

    Category(ies): Child Physical Abuse or Neglect (Current or Recent), Child Physical Abuse or Neglect (Historical), Child Sexual Abuse (Current or Recent), Child Sexual Abuse (Historical), Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Violation of a Court (Protective) Order

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Housing (Emergency/Short-Term), Housing (Long-Term/Transitional)

    Location(s): Virginia

    Bethany House provides emergency shelter and supportive services to victims of domestic violence throughout Northern Virginia and the surrounding DC metro communities. They DO take DC, MD, AND VA residents. BHNV provides the following levels of care through our Family Assistance Program: Crisis Intervention -Immediate help, counsel and support to victims of domestic and family violence -Risk assessment and safety planning -Access to BHNV shelters or other housing providers -Referrals to food, clothing, medical, legal and other resources as requested by the caller Emergency Shelter -Safe, confidential shelter for four months -Serves homeless women and children affected by domestic and family violence -Client-written Individual Service Plan with short- and long-term goals -Supportive case management to prevent revolving-door admissions -Life skills program that includes classes in parenting, nutrition, budgeting, self–care, working with the legal system, and more -Job training program with individualized support Trauma Recovery -Individual and group counseling to help clients process trauma and work through issues that may arise during recovery -Promote self-sufficiency and a healthy family system Aftercare Program -Opt-in program for up to 2 years -Designed to prevent relapse into abuse
  • Boone County Prosecutor’s Office

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (765) 482-6860

    Fax: (765) 483-5239

    Website: https://boonecounty.in.gov/offices/prosecutor/

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

    Location(s): Indiana

    This procesuters office takes in cases of APS, victim/ witness program and child support enforcement. The website also offers FAQs.
  • Boystown National Hotline

    Phone: (402) 498-1300

    Website: https://www.boystown.org

    Service(s): Children/Youth/Family Services, Hotline/Information and Referrals

    Location(s): Nebraska

    The Hotline is staffed 24/7, year-round by trained counselors who can give advice and guidance on a wide range of issues, including adolescent defiance, tantrums, substance abuse and suicidal thoughts.
  • Bread for the City

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (202) 265-2400

    Website: https://breadforthecity.org/

    Category(ies): Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner), Sexual Assault, Violation of a Court (Protective) Order

    Service(s): Case Management/Advocacy, Hotline/Information and Referrals, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Medical/Health Assistance

    Location(s): District of Columbia

    Bread for the City is a nonprofit organization in DC that provides many victim-centered services to the DC community. They offer services to low-income community members and provide an atmosphere of dignity and respect. The organization provides food service, clothing service, medical and dental services, social services, legal services, and advocacy. Food service- If a victim falls within 200% of the Federal Poverty Line and is a DC resident, they can receive three days of food each month. The food pantry hours are the same as the general hours of each location. Both pantries are closed from 12:00pm-1:00pm for lunch. Clothing service (SE LOCATION ONLY)- Clothing donations from individuals, schools, offices and places of worship keep our clothing room stocked with seasonally appropriate clothes for children and adults. Bread for the City clients receive clothing Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10:00 am-2:00 pm at our Southeast Center. Clients can visit once a week. Medical services- Bread for the City has provided primary medical care to uninsured and low-income children and adults since 1974. Our medical staff includes two full-time physicians, a physician assistant, a family nurse practitioner, and more than 40 volunteer physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, residents, students and others. Our medical services include: Medical examinations Pediatric care Dental care Job physicals Screenings Gynecological care
  • Break the Cycle

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: 202-849-6289

    Fax: 202-846-1493

    Website: https://www.breakthecycle.org/legal-services/

    Category(ies): Child Physical Abuse or Neglect (Current or Recent), Child Physical Abuse or Neglect (Historical), Child Sexual Abuse (Current or Recent), Child Sexual Abuse (Historical), Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner), Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner), Violation of a Court (Protective) Order

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

    Location(s): District of Columbia

    Legal Services are available to young people who are: – 12 to 24 years old – Living in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area – Experiencing abuse Break the Cycle Attorneys assist victims of dating abuse and domestic violence with the following legal issues: – obtaining protection or restraining orders – violations of restraining orders – child custody – visitation – divorce Their attorneys also work closely with clients to ensure that their non-legal needs are met through safety planning, school advocacy, criminal case accompaniment and referrals to local domestic violence and social services.
  • Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (BEAS)

    Phone: (603) 271-7014

    Website: http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcbcs/beas/

    Service(s): General Social Services

    Location(s): New Hampshire

    They are responsible for the health, safety and well-being of the citizens of New Hampshire. DHHS provides services for individuals, children, families and seniors, and administers programs and services such as mental health, developmental disability, substance abuse, and public health.
  • Bureau of Victim Assistance

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (601) 359-3680

    Website: https://www.ago.state.ms.us/divisions/bureau-of-victim-assistance/

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

    Service(s): Crisis Intervention/Crisis Response, Financial or Material Assistance, Legal/Justice System Assistance (Criminal), Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-Direct)

    Location(s): Mississippi

    The Bureau of Victim Assistance (BOVA) was established to provide statewide assistance to victims of crime. The journey through the justice system can be traumatic, especially for victims of crime. BOVA offers victims and their loved ones a single point of contact they can turn to before and after their offender is sentenced.
  • Cabinet for Health and Family Services- Child Protection Branch

    Phone: (800) 752-6200

    Other Phone: (502) 564-2136

    Website: https://chfs.ky.gov/agencies/dcbs/dpp/cpb/Pages/default.aspx

    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, Hotline/Information and Referrals

    Location(s): Kentucky

    Provides consultation and state program guidance for child protective services cases. Central office staff helps develop standards of practice for inclusion in the state manual and provides real-time guidance to cases as required by field personnel.
  • California 2-1-1

    Phone: 211

    Website: https://www.211california.org/

    Location(s): California

    Aims to connect individuals with local resources to help them such as finding food, job training basic needs/financial assitance, housing/ shelter aid and other community resources.
  • California Adult Protective Services

    Phone: 1-833-401-0832

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

    Category(ies): Elder Abuse or Neglect

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

    Location(s): California

    California Adult Protective Services (APS) agency assists elder adults (65 years and older) and dependent adults (18-64 who are disabled), who are unable to meet their own needs, or are victims of abuse, neglect or exploitation. APS agencies investigate reports of abuse of elders and dependent adults who live in private homes, apartments, hotels or hospitals. Services provided by APS include responding to reports of known or suspected abuse or neglect, conducting an investigation, and arranging for the delivery of services from available community agencies. APS is not intended to interfere with the lifestyle choices of elders or dependent adults, nor to protect those individuals from the consequences of their choices
  • California Child Protective Services

    Phone: Available by county

    Website: http://www.cdss.ca.gov/Reporting/Report-Abuse/Child-Protective-Services/Report-Child-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): California

    The California Child Protective Service is the major system of intervention of child abuse and neglect in California. If child abuse or neglect is suspected or has occured contact the contact the child protective services agency in your county.
  • California Coalition for Youth

    Email: [email protected]

    Phone: (800) 843-5200

    Website: https://calyouth.org/cycl/

    Category(ies): Assault, Bullying, Gang Violence, Teen Dating Violence

    Location(s): California

    The California Youth Crisis Line (CYCL) operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week as the statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. Professionally trained staff and volunteer counselors respond to 17,000 calls annually with crisis intervention counseling and resource referrals to service providers in the caller’s local community. We have access to more than 5,500 free or low-cost resources for youth and families across California.

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