We provide a wealth of services to help people navigate through the aftermath of a victimization or trauma.
Support Victim Assistance Program by attending an event, donating, hosting a speaker or volunteering.
We offer a 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, court advocacy, community outreach and professional education. Our services benefit all victims of crime and trauma.
We help restore lives impacted by crisis, violence and tragedy. There’s never a fee for our services.
In the wake of tragedy affecting a community, we provide structured group interventions.
Our Summit Victim Assistance Academy can help you become a credentialed advocate.
We help all victims of crime or tragedy regardless of age, sex, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, disability, or ability to speak English.
Victim Assistance Program staff, interns and volunteers share the responsibility of providing victims with support through the 24-hour hotline. Because our agency serves victims of all crime types, those answering the hotline are trained to offer compassionate and nonjudgmental crisis intervention, emotional support, safety plans, information on victims’ legal rights, community referrals as well as education on common reactions crime victims may encounter.
Rely on us when you need support, advocacy, or intervention in the wake of crime or trauma.
We recognize family members and friends of victims have needs too. If you need support simply call our hotline or chat with one of our advocates.
First responders should call our hotline when they need an advocate to respond to the scene of an incident, to help at a hospital or medical examiner’s office.
My advocate was amazing and super helpful. She explained everything clearly & answered all my questions."
Victim Assistance Program was a great help to me and my wife because now we feel safer at home."
So thankful to have help from people that genuinely care."
I am so thankful for the Victim Assistance Program. It's easy to feel overwhelmed and fearful in my circumstances and after meeting with the advocate, I feel like a weight has been lifted. She was so helpful."