Victim service organizations
Criteria for Inclusion in the Directory of Crime Victim Services
Each submission will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
- Core services: The primary task of the organization must be to provide direct services to victims of crime.
- Stability: The organization must have provided crime victim services for a minimum of 12 months or be a new Victim of Crimes Act (VOCA) subgrantee. The...
New Orleans, LA
National Center for Victims of Crime's 2023 National Training Institute & National Crime Victim Bar Association's 2023 National Conference
The National Census of Victim Service Providers: Data, Resources, and Implications for Practitioners
This brief Just the Stats report presents findings on the organizations that served victims of crime or abuse as their primary function or had dedicated staff or programs to serve victims, based on data from the National Census of Victim Service Providers, 2017.
The report uses maps to display the rates of victim service providers per 100,000 residents for U.S. counties in the 50 states...
OVC FY 2022 Measuring the Impact of Victim Services: Implementation, Management, and Sustainment of the Measures for Providers Responding to Victimization Experiences (iMPRoVE) Project
Funding Opportunity: FY 2022 Office of Justice Programs Community Based Violence Intervention and Prevention Initiative
National Center for Victims of Crime's 2022 National Training Institute & National Crime Victim Bar Association's 2022 National Conference
St. Louis, MO