Access state-specific information, including awards, events, and state VOCA formula funding program contacts.
OVC administers two Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) formula grant programs that support crime victim compensation and assistance—the cornerstone of support for victims throughout the Nation.
VOCA Victim Assistance formula grants support thousands of victim assistance programs throughout the Nation each year. States provide subgrants to local community-based organizations and public agencies that provide services directly to victims. Funds may also be used to address emerging needs, gaps in services, and training of victim service advocates.
VOCA Victim Assistance Program
Arizona Department of Public Safety
VOCA Victim Compensation formula grants provide funding to supplement state compensation programs that provide financial assistance and reimbursement to victims for crime-related out-of-pocket expenses.
VOCA Victim Compensation Program
Arizona Criminal Justice Commission's Crime Victim Services
State performance reports for the Arizona VOCA Victim Assistance and Compensation Programs are below. More information about performance measures for formula funding is available on the VOCA Administrators website.
Active Awards in Arizona
Below find a list of all active OVC awards in Arizona.
The Sexual Assault Forensic Evaluation and Treatment (SAFE-T) Program: A Campus, Community, and Hospital Collaboration
- Mohave County
- Phoenix Metropolitan Area