View helplines, publications, and other information that may be able to help victims and their families in the aftermath of the shooting in Collierville, Tennessee on Thursday, September 23, 2021.
Support resources are available to the professionals working to serve victims and offer comfort to the community.
OVC recently updated performance measures content that offers guidance to grantees on reporting requirements; the performance measures reporting process; data collection, tracking, and analysis; and troubleshooting strategies.
Save the date for NCVRW, which will be commemorated April 24–30, 2022.
This year’s theme—Rights, access, equity for all victims.—underscores the importance of helping crime survivors find their justice by—
- enforcing victim rights,
- expanding access to services, and
- ensuring equity and inclusion for all.
This new OVC resource is intended to support children and youth during their involvement with the justice system as a victim or witness to a crime. In each of the illustrated narratives, child and youth characters explain how the justice system works in a child-friendly and developmentally appropriate way.
If you or your loved one is a victim of crime, help is available.
Our site has resources to help you, including toll free hotlines and information about services in your state/territory.
To help combat fraud against older Americans and provide services to victims, OVC supports the National Elder Fraud Hotline. Call 833–FRAUD–11 (833–372–8311) to receive help from a hotline case manager.
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