VSC offers services to individuals or families impacted by violent crime and traumatic circumstances including but not limited to:
- Cyber Crimes
- Kidnapping / False Imprisonment
- Assault and Battery
- Home Invasion
- Hit and Run
- Elder Abuse
- Identity Theft
- Accidental Death
- Mass Casualties
- School Shootings
- Natural Disasters
Our Victim Advocates provide: ongoing personal support; practical help, as needed; information and referrals; ongoing, repetitive crisis intervention; arrangement of services to enhance recovery (health, financial, housing); information/assistance in preparing for court and navigating the criminal justice system; information on victim rights; active monitoring of case through the legal system; assistance with injunctions for protection, advocacy on the behalf of the victim with employers, schools, landlords; information and/or assistance with Crime Victim Compensation applications; and ongoing case management to ensure continuity of services.
Please note: The Victim Service Center provides significant protection of communications between a client and VSC staff. Clients are able to confide in VSC Victim Advocates, Therapists, and all VSC staff members, knowing that communication is confidential and will not be disclosed publicly unless they consent to such disclosure. For further information, please contact VSC directly.
The Victim Service Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and age in the delivery of services.