We Stand with Chattanooga

The National Center sends our deepest condolences to the Chattanooga community. Read our statement. Learn how you can help in the wake of tragedy through our National Compassion Fund.
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Support the Ongoing Healing of the Aurora Theater Shooting Victims

Victims need continued support long after their original trauma. Donate now to help the victims of the Aurora Theater Shooting continue to rebuild their lives. 100% of donations go directly to the victims.
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Donate to victims of the Aurora Shooting

New Victim Resource on Fraud

Financial fraud can be devastating. Download our new Victim Recovery Checklists to help protect your current and future financial health.
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Joint Priorities Announced

Leading national victim advocacy organizations have announced shared policy priorities for the victims' rights and services field for the coming decade. Learn more or sign on.
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One day: taking stock, moving forward

The National Center for Victims of Crime

The leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them since 1985, our mission is to forge a national commitment to help victims of crime rebuild their lives.
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Search our Connect Directory for Services in Your Community.
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  • Training Opportunities

    Keep up to date with the latest victim-centered, research-informed best practices. Wide-ranging topics cover specific crimes, neurobiology of trauma, civil justice for victims, use of DNA, and much more!

    View training opportunities.

  • Become a Member

    Join the nation's leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. Receive training discounts, policy updates, and more!

    Become a member.

  • Help for Crime Victims

    Find local assistance, learn about crime and its effects, and browse resources to help victims rebuild their lives.

    Get help for victims.

  • Support Our Work

    Individual donations go a long way in ensuring services provided to victims and those who work with victims continue uninterrupted.

    See how you can help.