a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization serving Summit County, Ohio

24-Hour Crisis Intervention

According to a study conducted by the National Institute of Justice, “When advocates offer coordinated, early, victim-focused interventions, victims are more likely to participate in court-proceedings, access community-based advocacy programs, and report decreases in distress, post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, depression, and fear.”

individual crisis intervention

We provide this FREE service via phone, chat, and in person 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No appointment necessary.

group crisis intervention

We facilitate group intervention sessions to help communities address the aftermath of a victimization or tragedy.

on-scene response

First responders request our advocates to help alleviate victims’ emotional concerns and questions.

Traumatic Incidents in Schools

Victim Assistance Program’s Crisis Response Team (CRT) offers an array of services to schools in accordance with their Emergency Operations Plan.

If you wish to learn more about the CRT and discuss partnering with Victim Assistance Program in  the execution of your school’s Emergency Operations Plan, please contact

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