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OVC Links to Victim Assistance
& Compensation Programs

With Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funding from OVC, state agencies within the United States and U.S. territories have established compensation programs to reimburse crime victims and assistance programs to offer victim services.

The numerous agencies responsible for running these VOCA-funded victim service organizations vary from state to state, but their corresponding state administrator contact information and Web links have been assembled in two formats for your easy reference:

  • Alphabetical list of State VOCA programs in a printer-friendly format.

  • Geographic list of VOCA-funded victim service organizations. To access these individual state reports, click on a state or territory shown in the map below or use the pulldown menu. Each report contains summary data of all state programs followed by individual programs listed by city.
Note: Clicking on VOCA state links will take you outside the OVC Web site, and OVC does not exercise control over external Web sites. Read the Web site links disclaimer.

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This document was last updated on September 11, 2003