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  • September 17
    SCVIN collaborates with immigrant communities, victim service providers, healthcare and legal professionals, and law enforcement agencies in order to provide culturally and linguistically competent resources for immigrant victims of crime.
  • 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.
  • February 28
    The South Carolina Attorney General’s Office provides victim assistance, including information regarding the rights of crime victims and referrals to statewide resources and victim service providers.
  • February 4

    The South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (SCCADVASA) is a statewide coalition made up of the 23 domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy programs in South Carolina. Since 1981, SCCADVASA has been a leader in representing the critical needs of survivors and their families. Their website has referrals to local rape crisis centers, shelters, and direct victim service providers.

  • December 6
    This program provides financial assistance to victims of crime for expenses such as medical and counseling costs, loss of earnings, loss of support, and funeral costs.
  • September 13
    Refers crime victims to appropriate agencies, provides liaison services, and reviews and attempts to resolve complaints against elements of the criminal and juvenile justice systems or victim assistance programs. The Crime Victims’ Ombudsman is an impartial third party representative who attempts to resolve complaints.
  • September 13
    The South Carolina Victim Assistance Network provides pro bono legal representation to victims of all crimes in tribal, state, and federal proceedings and serves as an important resource to victims, social services providers, courts, and criminal justice professionals in North and South Carolina.
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