Victim Intervention and Protection Services – Work with the police department to provide welfare checks to victims who are being threatened, intimidated, and/or subjected to violence throughout the course of criminal proceedings.
911 Cellular Phone Program – Provide cell phones with 911 access to victims who are being continuously harassed or faced with the threat of harm from the offender.
Emergency Services – Provide victims with financial assistance to purchase locks to secure their home to help protect themselves from the offender.
Provide financial assistance to victims who are in immediate need of resources such as: food, diapers, transportation to service providers and other necessities.
Child Care Services – Provide financial assistance for child care services to victims who are required to attend court proceedings.
Victims’ Rights Volunteers – Recruit volunteers and provide training to assist in providing assistance and services to victims.