Victim Resource Map
NCVLI’s Victim Resource Map is a tool for victims with links to organizations that provide aid, information, and support directly to victims of crime. Searchable by crime type or location, the map contains links to valuable national and state programs. Many of these organizations can help victims find local county and city services. In an effort to empower victims, the map provides a clear path to direct help and services such as crisis intervention, emergency housing, financial compensation, counseling, and legal advocacy.
To view a full list of victims’ rights by state click here.
To request to be added to our Resource Map click here.
Note: NCVLI does not endorse, have any responsibility for, or exercise control over these organizations’ and agencies’ views, services, and information.
Search by population
- Child Victims
- Immigrant Victims
- Male Victims
- Military Victims
- LGBTQI Victims
- Native American - Tribal
Search by crime
- Attorneys for Victims in Criminal Cases
- Attorneys for Victims in Civil Cases
- Victims with Disabilities
- Domestic Violence
- Drunk Driving
- Elder Abuse
- General Victims’ Services and Information
- Hate Crimes
- Identity Theft
- Sexual Violence
NCVLI advocates for all survivors, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, race, ethnicity, religion, immigrant status, or ability.