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  • February 11
    Legal Services for Crime Victims in Arizona (LSCVA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit legal charity founded in 2012. LSCVA’s mission is to provide free legal representation in criminal cases to victims of crime in Arizona, with priority to victims of domestic violence and sexual violence. LSCVA asserts and seeks enforcement of crime victims’ rights and provides social services to facilitate healing in the aftermath of crime.
  • September 5
    Disability Rights Ohio provides legal representation, advocacy, and resources to victims of crime who have disabilities across the state of Ohio.
  • March 27
    Arizona Crime Victim Rights Law Group (AZCVRLG) is an Arizona nonprofit corporation that provides legal services as counsel of record and access to social support services to victims of crime, including but not limited to domestic violence crime victims, white collar crime victims, victims of violent crimes, vehicular crimes, and property crimes at no cost to them. AZCVRLG believes crime victims deserve transparent and respectful communication as we balance a close working relationship with careful attention to victim service needs. Our holistic, client-centered philosophy includes always interacting with crime victims in a dignified and respectful way. 
  • March 21
    The Victim Rights Project is a joint project between Legal Action of WI and Judicare, which provides fee legal services to victims of crime. The Victim Rights Project works to ensure that a victim’s constitutional and statutory rights are not violated, and when a violation occurs, to seek remedy.
  • March 21
    The Center for Victim and Human Rights (CVHR) is a 501(c)(3) organization that was established in 2008 with the specific purpose of providing comprehensive legal representation to victims of crime and human rights abuses, who often lack the safety and resources necessary to access available legal remedies.
  • March 21
    The role of the United States Attorney is to prosecute cases fairly and justly. If you are identified as a victim under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act, we will make our best effort to ensure you are provided the rights and services you are entitled to.
  • August 25
    DrugRehab.com is a web resource provided and funded by Advanced Recovery Systems (ARS). ARS is an integrated behavioral health care management organization dedicated to the treatment of addiction, substance abuse, eating disorders and mental health issues. 
  • February 24
    DCCADV is the District’s leading voice on domestic violence public policy, systems coordination and reform. Partnering with and on behalf of our member programs, we: track and analyze legislative and systemic activity impacting victims and survivors of domestic violence; educate policy makers; conduct outreach and facilitate collaboration with community based organizations and stakeholders; lead advocacy efforts for funding for domestic violence programs and services; develop briefing papers, reports and other public materials, and; provide technical assistance and training on issues including confidentiality, domestic violence laws, barriers facing underserved populations including victims who are LGBT and victims with disabilities, and workplace policies and procedures.
  • February 16
    Hopeline connects survivors of domestic violence to vital resources, funds organizations nationwide and protects the environment.
  • September 22
    The Victim Services Division is committed to offering resources and support to victims of crime and their families. The website provides links to services for victims of crime, domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • September 17
    Ayuda provides legal and social services to low-income immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or human trafficking.
  • September 17
    NWIRP provides legal services to low-income immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other violent crimes.
  • September 17
    ICS provides affordable legal services to immigrant victims of serious crimes, particularly domestic violence or human trafficking.
  • September 17
    NYLAG provides free legal services to low-income New York residents.  Their VAWA/U-Visa Project assists immigrant victims of domestic violence, while their Assistance to Victims of Immigration Fraud project works to assist immigrant victims of unethical legal representatives.
  • September 17
    Tapestri provides advocacy, streamlined access to services and direct services to immigrant victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault, as well community outreach in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
  • September 17
    AI Justice is a nonprofit law firm that specializes in protecting and promoting immigrant rights in Florida and on a national level. Their Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking Program provides assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, violent crime, or human trafficking.
  • September 17
    The Immigration Project provides nonprofit legal services to immigrant victims of crime, such as domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking in central and southern Illinois and bordering states.
  • September 16
    ASISTA provides centralized assistance for advocates and attorneys facing complex legal problems in advocating for immigrant survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • August 18

    The National Domestic Violence Hotline supports male victims and recognizes the unique obstacles they encounter when seeking help.  Advocates can provide information, find local resources, safety plan, and provide peer support.

  • April 20
    The Domestic Violence Initiative (DVI) is dedicated to the survival and safety of Colorado’s people with disabilities and their children who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, caregiver abuse, elder abuse and stalking.
  • January 7
    The mission of Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA) is to provide direct services to families that are victimized by domestic violence by providing legal representation, education, and battering intervention programs. Houston area only.
  • January 7
    The Texas Council on Family Violence promotes safe and healthy relationships by supporting service providers, facilitating strategic prevention efforts, and creating opportunities for freedom from domestic violence. The website offers an interactive map by county for service providers.
  • January 7
    InMotion provides free legal services to low-income women in New York City. Their services are designed to address the unique needs of women who suffer from abuse—most of their clients are survivors of domestic violence. They focus on reaching women living in immigrant communities who are isolated by language and cultural barriers.
  • January 7
    The South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is a statewide organization of sexual violence programs with a special focus on native women.  Their website has referrals to victim crisis lines in South Dakota and local shelter services.
  • January 7
    The Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence is an organization of advocates for victims of domestic violence statewide.  Their website has referrals to local resources and service providers for victims, such as shelter programs.





  • November 11
    The Council’s mission is to fund state-wide programs that serve victims of crime, and to help victims through legislation, advocacy, training, and public awareness.  Their website has referrals to local shelter services.
  • June 24
    The Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC) is a nonprofit organization providing comprehensive case management and pro bono legal services to all victims of crime in the District of Columbia. NVRDC’s holistic services are provided regardless of income, ethnicity, immigration status, sexual orientation, race, or gender identity/expression. NVRDC runs the District’s on-call crisis response services to survivors of sexual assault who receive a sexual assault forensic exam in the District of Columbia. NVRDC offers victims professional case management services combined with experienced crime victims’ rights attorneys. The legal staff also represent sexual assault survivors within the context of college or university administrative proceedings and Title IX enforcement and complaints.
  • December 20
    NCVLI is proud to announce that our Responding to Violence Against Women Project was selected to receive the 2013 Mary Byron Foundation Celebrating Solutions Award.  This important award honors nonprofit and governmental organizations with innovative programs that demonstrate promise in ending the generational cycle of domestic violence.
  • May 7
    All too often victims of crime report that enduring the criminal justice system is itself a type of victimization - a secondary or re-victimization.  Factors that impact how victims experience the system include how they are treated during the process, and the amount of control and participatory access that they have. NCVLI fights daily to protect victims’ rights, in large part, to prevent re-victimization.  Most recently, we had to fight in Washington State.  Click here to read more.
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