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Crime Victim Services
  • The Michigan Crime Victim Services Commission (CVSC) is a state agency within the Michigan Department of Community Health. CVSC is in charge of funding and services for victims of a physical crime.

    CVSC has four programs that serve and support crime victims including: Compensation, Sexual Assault Forensic Exam (S.A.F.E), Victim Rights and Crime Victim Assistance (VOCA). No state or federal tax dollars are used to support these programs.

    If you have been physically injured in a violent crime or if you are an organization that helps crime victims, select one of the buttons below to learn how the Crime Victim Services Commission can help you, or call 517-373-7373. Victims only may call 877-251-7373.

Click here for: Compensation and SAFE applications and brochures; Phone numbers, checklist, Survivor Stories
Click here for: Assessment forms; MI-VINE; Guidelines for Prosecuting Attorney Programs; National Victim Notification Network
Click here for: Directory of Prosecutors and Victim Service Agencies by County, Link for Attorney General's Defending Childhood Task Force; Link for E-grams
Click here for: Compliance with federal civil rights laws
Click here for: The Michigan Advocate publication
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