Directory of Victim Services

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1801 Nicollect Ave. S.
Suite 102
Minneapolis MN
55403

Denise Gamache - Director

http://www.bwjp.org
Provides resources on domestic violence and the criminal justice system.
(800)903-0111 ext.1
technicalassistance@bwjp.org
PO Box 6000
Rockville, MD
20849
http://www.ncjrs.gov
Provides documents through NCJRS Services.
(800) 851-3420
810 Seventh St., NW
Washington, DC
20531
http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/
National criminal justice clearinghouse that provides statistical information and documents on criminal or juvenile issues by mail or fax on demand.
800/999-0960 or 734/998-9825
1250 Maryland Ave. SW, Eighth Fl.
Washington, DC
20024
Advance scientific research, development, and evaluation to enhance the administration of justice and public safety.
http://www.childwelfare.gov
800/394-3366 or 703/385-7565
info@child.welfare.gov
15757 N.78th Street
Scottsdale, AZ
85260
Child Abuse Hotline, Residential Treatment Facilities- provide education and specialized, comprehensive treatment programs for court-referred, severely abused children, Children's Advocacy Centers- "one-stop" centers to examine and interview child victims of sexual abuse, Children's Center, Foster Care- recruitment, training, and certification, Group Homes- nurturing refugees until they can be placed or safely returned to their family, Educational Programs, Community Outreach, Public Awareness, Parenting Education, Head Start Preschools, Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs in Elementary Schools, Seminars and Training, Information, Public Service Announcements. Southern Regional Office- 423/637-1753

Sara O'Meara, Chairman & CEO
Crisis Line:
800/4-ACHILD

http://www.childhelpusa.org/
480/922-8212
mdavis@childhelp.org
Family Violence Dept., PO Box 8970
Reno, NV
89507
To better the justice system through education and applied research and improve the standards, practices and effectiveness of the juvenile court system.

Maureen Sherran & Billie Lee, Co-Directors

800/527-3223
PO Box 18749
Denver, CO
80218
National Face to Face was developed to help survivors who have suffered facial, head and neck injuries and who need plastic surgery because of domestic assaults. Survivors can begin to heal physically and emotionally as the scares of violence are repaired and removed. Applicants must be out of the abusive relationship for at least a year. Certain qualification may apply. Call for more information.
800/842-4546
383 Rhode Island Street #304
San Fransisco, CA
94103
TTY (Text Telephone for the Hearing Impaired):
800/595-4889

Esta Soler, Executive Director

http://www.fvpt.org
Non-Profit Organization Working on Policy Issues for Domestic Violence, and Technical Assistance for Domestic Violence Organizations.
415/252-8900
info@endabuse.org
383 Rhode Island Street #304
San Fransisco, CA
94103
TTY (Text Telephone for the Hearing Impaired):
800/595-4889

Esta Soler, Executive Director

http://www.fvpt.org
Non-Profit Organization Working on Policy Issues for Domestic Violence, and Technical Assistance for Domestic Violence Organizations.
415/252-8900
info@endabuse.org
5401 World Dairy Dr.
Madison, WI
53718
http://www.givebackasmile.com
Many survivors of domestic violence receive dental related injuries and are not financially able to have these injuries restored to normalcy. The Give Back A Smile (GBAS) Program provides consultation and treatment to survivors who have sustained dental injury due to a domestic assault. Applicants must be out of the abusive relationship for at least a year. Certain qualification may apply. Call for more information.
800/773-4227
500 N. Michigan Ave, Suite 200
Chicago, IL
60611
http://www.healthyfamiliesamerica.org
Hotline for Parents, Professionals, Citizens Concerned about a Child, Information on Child Abuse Prevention, Professional Training, Effective Parenting Training, Child Advocacy, Mobile Training Unit for Professionals and Community Leaders, Information and Referral.
312/663-3520
511 E. John Carpenter Freeway, Suite 700
Irving, TX
75062-8187

Laura Dean-Mooney, National President

http://www.madd.org
The mission of MADD is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime, and prevent underage drinking. There are over 600 chapters nationwide.
800/438-6233
info@madd.org
699 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA
22314-3175
http://www.missingkids.com
Provides technical assistance and training to law enforcement on missing child cases; provides information and referrals to families of missing children; provides prevention and education materials to general public.
703/224-2150
11 Dupont Circle N.W., Suite 800
Washington, DC
20036
http://www.nwlc.org
202/588-5180
info@nwlc.org
125 South 9th Street, Suite 302
Philadelphia, PA
19107
Toll Free:
800/903-0111ext.3

Sue Osthoss, Director

http://www.ncdbw.org
215/351-0010
1120 Lincoln St., Suite 1603
Denver, CO
80203
Crisis Line:
800/794-SAFE

Rita Smith, Executive Director

http://www.ncadv.org
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCDAV) serves as a national information and referral center for the general public, media, battered women and their children. Provide safe-homes and shelter programs, public education and technical assistance, and policy developments.
303/839-1852
mainoffice@ncadv.org
PO Box 161810
Austin, TX
78716
Crisis Line:
800/799-SAFE

TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf):
800/787-3224

Rose Pulliam, Director

http://www.ndvh.org
Crisis Intervention, Information and Referral all over Nation, Relocation Services (no financial assistance)
512/453-8117
810 Seventh St. NW
Washington, DC
20531
Crisis Line:
800/851-3420

Kristina Rose, Acting Principal Deputy Director

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/
202/307-2942
510 King St., Suite 424
Alexandria, VA
22314
Crisis Line:
800/879-6682

Will Marling, Executive Director

http://www.trynova.org
NOVA is a national non-profit organization which serves as an advocate for victims of crimes and provides direct assistance to victims when needed. Also NOVA provides training and other services to professionals.
703/535-nova (6682)
6400 Flank Drive, Suite 1300
Harrisburg, PA
17112
Crisis Line:
800/799-SAFE

Susan Kelly-Dreiss, Director

http://www.nrcdv.org
Information and Referral for all National Domestic Violence Offices.
800/537-2238
PO Box 6000
Rockville, MD
20849

Joye E. Frost, Acting Director

http://www.ovc.gov/ovcres/welcome.html
Supports training designed to educate criminal justice and allied professionals regarding the rights and needs of crime victims. Develops projects to enhance victims' rights and services and undertakes public education and awareness activities on behalf of crime victims.
800/851-3420
810 Seventh Street N.W.
Washington, DC
20531
Crisis Line:
800/851-3420

Jeff Slowikowski, Acting Administrator

http://www.ncjrs.org
202/307-5911
PO Box 6000
Rockville, MD
20849

R. Gil Kerlikowske, Director

http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov
Information clearinghouse that provides publications on drug control policies.
800/666-3332
4960 Ridge Avenue, Suite # 2
Cincinnati, OH
45209
Toll Free:
888/818-7662

Dan Levey, Executive Director

http://www.pomc.org
National self-help organization designed to offer emotional support and information about surviving the loss of a loved one. Diane Jones and Minah Hampton are the leaders of the Durham Chapter of Parents of Murdered Children in North Carolina. Please call for more information.
513/721-5683
2000 L. Street NW, Suite 406
Washington, DC
20036
Crisis Line:
800/656-4673
http://www.rainn.org
Hotline Counseling for Rape Victims.
202/544-3064
info@rainn.org
PO Box 18749
Denver, CO
80218
The services of S.C.O.R.E.S. program will add to the much needed aspect of recovery by eliminating the physical reminders of an abusive relationship complicated by fear, intimidation and violence. Dermatologic surgeons join the fight against domestic violence by providing pro-bono dermatologic services to survivors who may not otherwise have access to such services. Procedures may include tattoo removal, scar revision, treatment of pigmentary discoloration, among others. Applicant must be out of the abusive relationship for at least a year. Please call for more information.
2000 M Street, NW Suite 480
Washington, DC
20036
Crisis Line:
800/FYI-CALL

Mary Lou Leary, Executive Director

http://www.ncvc.org
Advocacy Programs for Crime Victims, Information & Referral, Carrington Litigation Project (helps victims to recover damages through civil litigation)
202/467-8700
210 Pratt Avenue
Huntsville, AL
35801
Crisis Line:
800/4-ACHILD

Chris Newlin, Executive Director

http://www.nationalcac.org
SCAN: Stop Child Abuse and Neglect - school based child abuse prevention program. Healthy Families - prevention program that supports high-risk medicaid-eligible and first time mothers. Provides intervention services and a training department.
256/533-5437
950 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC
20530-0001

Eric Holder, U.S. Attorney General

http://www.usdoj.gov
202/353-1555
askdoj@usdoj.gov
800 K. Street, NW, Suite 920
Washington, DC
20530
TTY (Text Telephone for the Hearing Impaired):
202/307-2277

Catherine Pierce, Acting Director

http://www.usdoj.gov/ovw/
Provides professionals with up-to-date information about the intervention to stop violence against women.
202/307-6026

With the launch of our new website we want to ensure we continue to be a reliable resource for victims of crime and their loved ones, victim service providers, and allied professionals. To that end we have populated Federal, Nationwide and Statewide resources but have not listed any community-based or local government North Carolina programs.

 

We are requesting that community-based, non-profit human service agencies and local government human service agencies complete the form above. We will review all submissions and then publish on our website.

 

In the interim, human service agencies and other North Carolina programs can be found by visiting one of our allied agency websites here:

If you are a NC local program please submit your listing by selecting “Create A Listing” located to the bottom right-hand side of the map, then selecting your region based on the above map. The form is short and easy to complete and we look forward to receiving your submission!

 

If you are a Federal, Nationwide or Statewide program please also help us out by reviewing your listing and letting us know if there have been changes! Please email us at info@nc-van.org with your information.

 

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