Directory of Victim Assistance Programs and Resources
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Directory of Victim Assistance Programs and Resources by NOVA Staff

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Published by Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Criminal Law - General,
  • General,
  • Law / Criminal Law,
  • VICTIMS OF CRIMES_LEGAL STATUS, LAWS, ETC.,
  • Services For Victims Of Crime,
  • Sociology

Book details:

Edition Notes

1994 Edition

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11525781M
ISBN 100840394608
ISBN 109780840394606
OCLC/WorldCa30924989

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  Victim Assistance Training Online Flier (PDF, KB) This flier promotes Victim Assistance Training Online, a basic victim advocacy training program that offers victim service providers and allied professionals the opportunity to acquire the basic skills and knowledge they need to better assist victims of crime. NOTE: Many programs listed in the OVC Online Directory of Crime Victim Services receive funding through Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)-funded state assistance agencies. We refer to these programs as VOCA subgrantees. OVC has not been able to update VOCA subgrantees in the Directory since If you encounter any errors, please contact the OVC Resource Center for assistance by phone .   Below are resources that may be of assistance: U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC): provides an online directory of Victim Services throughout the country. The OVC also provides information about victim assistance and compensation programs . Virginia Victim Assistance Directory. Department of Criminal Justice Services Bank Street, 12th Floor. Richmond, Virginia () Fax: ()

MOVA provides assistance to crime victims and connects them with local providers available to assist them. Further, MOVA puts on training opportunities for victim service providers, criminal justice professionals, survivors, and community-based organizations to ensure those who work with victims and survivors are compassionate, informed, and are able to collaborate with one another in order to. Resource Book Hanover Avenue, Allentown, PA Phone: ‐‐ Fax: ‐‐ Disclaimer: This Community Resource Book is produced and printed with funds from the US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Head Start for the purpose of. The Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) is committed to fairness and healing for crime victims, their families and communities through leadership, education, and advocacy. By operating in an inclusive and compassionate manner, COVA creates solutions and positive change. Resources for Victims. Local Victim Resources View CalVCB's list of victim witness assistance centers and other resources in each county in California. is available throughout the U.S. and in many parts of Canada by phone, text, and web.

Resources North Carolina and national organizations have many resources for victims of crime and their loved ones, victim service providers, and allied professionals. NCVAN will work diligently to manage resource data to ensure up-to-date information is consistently available. The Victim Services Directory helps connect individuals with victim service providers across Canada. The Victim Services Directory (VSD) has been created by the Policy Centre for Victim Issues of the Department of Justice Canada to help service providers, victims and individuals locate services for victims of crime across Canada. Housing Services and Rental Programs; Rental Assistance and Resources; Crime Victims. Crime Victim Resource Guide; Crime Victims Advocacy, Office of; Crime Victims Compensation; Directory of Crime Victim Services; Financial Assistance. Energy Assistance - Bill Pay Help; Get State Assistance; Search Government Benefits; Food Assistance.   OVC TTAC has a broad range of resources to help victim service providers, first responders, community organizations, and allied professionals build their capacity to better serve victims of crime. The resources include web-based trainings, toolkits, e-guides, Q&A sessions with experts from the field, webinars, and so much more.