Box Elder Victim Services provides services to victims of assault, theft, burglary, domestic violence, sexual abuse crimes, or any other violent crime. The advocate program will assist with writing a victim impact statement and giving referrals to individuals. Box Elder Victim Services serves Box Elder County.
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Box Elder County Victim Services
New Hope Crisis Center
New Hope Crisis Center provides services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, bi-lingual services, 24-hour advocacy for domestic violence and sexual assault victims, shelter, justice court advocacy, domestic violence support gourp, children’s group, free legal night, education presentations, counseling, financial empowerment classes, adult and youth life skills classes, and adult anger management. New Hope Crisis Center serves Box Elder County.
Cache County Victim Services
Cache County Victim Services Division consists of three full-time advocates who service serious offenses charged in First District court and a fourth part-time advocate who services misdemeanor offenses in Logan City Justice Court. Victim services are provided in both English and Spanish. Advocates wo to assist victims through the criminal court process. A primary role is to ensure that the victim’s rights are protected. Victim rights laws are designed to ensure that victims are kept informed, remain free from harassment, and are treated respectfully.
Community Abuse Prevention Services Agency
CAPSA offers services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and rape. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, advocacy and support services, a 24-hour response team, therapy services, and children services. CAPSA serves Cache County and Bear Lake area.
Sexual Assault and Anti-Violence Information Office
The Sexual Assault & Anti-Violence Information (SAAVI) Office is a campus-based office providing safe, confidential counseling, advocacy, and information to the Utah State University community. SAAVI’s services are open to all USU students, staff, and faculty.
Davis County Victim Services
Davis County Victim Services Division provides services and information to victims of crime in Davis County, including children, victims of domestic violence, families of murder victims, and victims of other crimes. The division provides assistance concerning the court process, notifications of court hearings, updates on discussions between the prosecution and the defense, and schedules appointments with assigned prosecutors. Advocates also provide victims with information abut community based resources that may assist victims. Davis County Victim Services serves Davis County.
Layton City Attorney’s Office - Victim Services
Layton City Attorney’s Office Victim Services Program offers services to victims of crime including assault, theft, criminal mischief, domestic violence, lewdness, or any other violent crime and their family. Services include: assistance understanding the criminal justice system, identifying helpful community resources, making a claim for restitution, filing a protective order (PO) or civil stalking injunction (CSI), filing assistance from crime victim reparations, assistance and accompaniment to court hearings, and more. Layton City Attorney’s Office Victim Services Program serves Davis County,
Safe Harbor Crisis Center
Safe Harbor offers services to victims of domestic violence or sexual assault. Services include: a 24-hour helpline, emergency shelter, medical and personal advocacy, rape crisis support group, therapy and crisis counseling, referral for additional support services, 24-hour rape exam accompaniment, support for family and friends of sexual assault survivors. Safe Harbor serves Davis County.
Duchesne Victim's Advocacy
Duchesne Victim Advocates offer services to victims of crime. Advocates work to assist victims through the criminal court process. A primary role is to ensure that victim rights are protected. Victim rights laws are designed to ensure that victims are kept informed, remain free from harassment, and are treated respectfully.
Grand County Attorney’s Office - Victim Assistance Unit
Grand County Attorney’s Office has a victim assistance unit whose primary responsibility is to assist through the difficult and sometimes confusing legal proceedings. The Victims Assistance Unit works to make sure victims are treated with dignity and respect and helps to secure treatment and the restitution victims are entitled to. Grand County Attorney’s Office Victim Assistance Unit serves Grand County.
Seekhaven Family Crisis and Resource Center
Seekhaven Family Crisis and Resource Center offer services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, counseling referrals, legal advocacy, weekly support groups, medical advocacy, safety planning, educational support, rental assistance, and employment assistance. Seekhaven Family Crisis and Resource Center serves Grand County and Southeastern Utah
Canyon Creek Services
Canyon Creek Services (CSS) provides services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, aftercare, and holistic wrap around services to assist survivors in escaping abusing, breaking the cycle of violence, and supporting them through their healing journey. CSS collaborates with the community in an effort to end domestic violence and provide preventative education throughout our service area of Iron, Beaver, and Garfield Counties.
Iron County - Victim Services
Iron County Victim Services offers support to victims of violent crimes during the criminal prosecution of the offender. They act as a liaison between the victim and the Deputy County Attorney handling the victim’s case. Iron County Victim Services serves Iron County.
Juab County Attorney’s Office - Victim Services
Juab County Attorney’s Office offers Victim Advocates to respond to crime scenes where they provide comfort and guide to victims in finding needed resources. They are trained to provide support for rape and sexual assault victims at the crime scene, the hospital, and throughout the criminal justice prosecution process to victims and sit with the victims in the courtroom during hearings. They assist victims in filling out paperwork for stalking injunctions, protective orders, and crime victims reparation.
Kane County Sheriff’s Office (Victim Services)
Kane County Sheriff’s Office Victim Services works under the Kane County Attorney’s Office to protect and defend the rights of victims in Kane County,
Millard County Attorney’s Office - Victim Advocate Program
Millard County Attorney’s Office supervises the Victims Advocacy Program. The Victims Advocacy Program serves Millard County.
YCC of Ogden/Northern Utah
YCC Family Crisis Center offers services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, case management, clothing/food/hygiene products, crisis intervention, and therapeutic counseling, emergency shelter, assistance filing protective orders, and more. YCC Family Crisis Center serves Ogden County.
Draper Police Department - Victim Services
Draper Police Department Victim Services offer services to victims of violent crimes. Victim Services has a Victim Advocate program that will respond to crime victims to provide intervention and support. Services include: safety planning, counseling referrals, legal assistance, shelter, and more. Draper Victim Services serves Salt Lake County.
Midvale City Police Dept. - Victim Advocate Program
Midvale Police Department’s Victim Advocate Program has many different types of advocates. The Domestic Violence Advocate Program assists and supports persons in averting potential or continued domestic violence and promotes public education to enhance awareness, prevention and intervention of domestic violence. Services include: document support, referrals to support groups, translation service, counseling centers, and financial support, and advocates can attend court proceeding with victims in a support capacity. See website for phone numbers to reach specific advocates.
South Valley Sanctuary
South Valley Services offers services to victims of family violence. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, advocacy services, children’s learning center, counseling, case management, prevention, and shelter. South Valley Services serves Salt Lake County
YWCA Utah offers adults and children, safety, support, and meaningful opportunities to build violence-free lives. YWCA Utah’s Domestic Violence Shelter Programs and Services offers services to victims of domestic violence. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, support groups and life skills classes, personal advocacy, case management and individualized safety planning, emergency and extended shelter facilities, transitional housing, a residential self sufficiency program, and children’s advocacy and intervention program.
Gentle Ironhawk Shelter
Gentle Ironhawk Shelter provides services to victims of domestic abuse and their children. Services offered are: counseling, faith-based training, in-house legal department, court translator training, and children’s summer camp.
San Juan County – Victim Advocate Program
The Victim Advocacy Program of the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office provides help and services to victims of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault and stalking. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, safety planning, court support, assistance filing protective orders, civil stalking injunctions, and applications for Utah Legal Services and Crime Victim Reparations, resource referrals (shelters, mental health counseling, workforce services, adult protective services, DCFS, etc.), and transportation as needed.
New Horizons Crisis Center
New Horizons Crisis Center offers services to victims of domestic violence, rape, and sexual assault, and the homeless. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, victim advocate services, protective orders, legal clinic, and support groups. New Horizons Crisis Center serves Sevier, Piute, Millard, Sanpete, and Wayne Counties.
Peace House Domestic Violence Shelter
Peace House offers services to victims of domestic violence or sexual assault. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, clinical and case management services, community outreach, prevention and awareness education, emergency housing, and victim advocacy. Peace House serves Summit County.
Summit County Victim Assistance Program
Summit County Utah’s Prosecutorial Victim Assistance Program (SCVAP) exists to support victims and witnesses of all crime. Services include: education, referrals, and court support for victims and witnesses as their offender moves through the criminal justice system. Summit County Utah’s Victim Assistance Program serves Summit County.
Vernal Victim Advocate Program
Vernal Victim Advocate Program (VVAP) offers services to victims of violence. Services include: 24-hour crisis intervention services for domestic violence and sexual assault, advocacy support, assistance completing paperwork for protective orders and civil stalking injunctions, help safety planning, community resource information, education regarding cycles of violence, and information for victims’ rights.
American Fork Police Department - Victim Services
American Fork Police Department Victim Services are available to victims of violent crime, including but not limited to domestic violence, sexual assault, assault, child abuse, stalking/harassment, families of homicide victims, robbery and elderly abuse. Services include crisis support, criminal justice support, safety planning, domestic violence education and information, assistance with crime victims reparations (UOVC), assistance with protective orders, information and referrals for accessing outside agency services.
Lehi Police Victim Services
Lehi City Victim Services offers services to victims of crimes including: domestic violence, stalking, aggravated assault, sexual assault, homicide, suicide, and crimes against children. Services include: safety planning, referrals for housing and shelter, education on victim issues, long term counseling and short term support groups, assistance through criminal and judicial proceedings, filing orders of protection, child protective order, stalking injunction, and criminal protective order, and reparations and/or restitution for medical expenses, counseling, and wages. Lehi City Victim Services serves Utah County.
Lone Peak Police Department - Victim Assistance
Lone Peak Victim Assistance Program offers assistance to victims of violent crimes, including victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, homicide, stalking, harassment, suicide, and other crimes that involve a victim. All services are free of charge. The Lone Peak Victims Assistance program is designed to assist families in breaking the cycle of violence and to assist them in becoming independent and abuse free. Victim assistance can help a victim by providing: service referrals (counseling, housing, etc.), assistance in developing safety plans, support for victims and the family, assistance in filling out protective orders, information on crime victim reparations (CVR), and criminal justice support. Lone Peak Victim Assistance Program provides services to Highland and Alpine City.
Orem Victim Assistance Program
Orem Victim Assistance Program offer services to victims of crimes and their families. The program provides crisis intervention, emotional support, and other critical services need to assist victims and their families. The program also promotes community awareness on victimization issues and resources available within the community. Orem Victim Assistance Program serves Utah County.
Provo Victim Services
Provo Victim Services offers services to victims of violent crime including domestic violence, stalking, crimes against children, aggravated assault, homicide or attempted homicide, suicide or attempted suicide, sudden infant death syndrome, major fires, robbery, rape/sexual assault, and other crimes and their children. Services provided to victims include: assistance through the criminal justice system, developing a safety plan, with protective orders, shelter referrals, with reparations for medical expenses and loss of wages, referrals for long-term counseling, and information on short-term counseling services and support groups, education on domestic violence issues, and information on welfare, food stamps, housing, and other social services.
South Utah County Victim Advocate
South Utah County Victim’s Services offers services to victims of crime. The Victim’s Advocate is experienced and certified to respond or assist in aforementioned criminal activities in getting financial assistance, counseling, burial expenses, transportation, lodging, and other services to the survivors of those crimes.
The Center for Women and Children in Crisis
The Center for Women and Children in Crisis offers services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter (up to 30 days), case management (assistance and referrals for housing, legal services, safety planning, and employment), weekly domestic violence education and therapy groups, individual domestic violence therapy, parenting classes, children’s recreational therapy groups, structured activities and safety planning for children, and case management for children of domestic violence victims staying at the shelter, after care program, transitional housing, outreach services, prevention education programs, and rural domestic violence programs (Wasatch, Juab, and rural areas of Utah).
Dove Center offers services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, outreach center, counseling and support groups, case management, rape and sexual assault victim advocacy, court advocacy, medical advocacy, and on-campus advocacy at Dixie State University. Dove Center serves Washington County.