• Complete and file an application for victim’s compensation
  • Register to be notified when perpetrators of violence are released or moved to a new facility
  • Resolve Crises
  • Receive Emotional Support
  • Connect survivor with needed resources and services in their communities (e.g., counseling, housing, and other benefits)
  • Schedule an appointment for in-person advocacy
  • Explain your rights as a victim of crime
  • Assist in developing a safety plan for you and your family
  • Accompany you during police reports
  • Divorce
  • Civil Protection Orders (CPOs)
  • Temporary Protective Orders (TPOs)
  • Applying for free legal assistance for those who qualify
  • Emergency custody
  • Assure any physical injuries acquired are cared for
  • If desired, receive treatment to prevent pregnancy or STIs
  • To collect any evidence, regardless if you want to report to law enforcement
  • Referrals for alcohol, drug, case management and mental health services
  • Referrals for legal services/attorneys
  • Housing/shelter referrals
  • Food banks and clothing options
  • Title IX complaint filing
  • CPO against harasser
  • Educational accommodations (e.g., classroom changes, dorm changes, extension on assignments, etc.)
  • Title VII compliant filing
  • CPO against harasser in workplace
  • Civil court accompaniment