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  • Address Confidentiality Program

    The Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) helps victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking keep their new home address safe from their perpetrator after they have left an abusive or dangerous situation. Content Detail

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    Pennsylvania Office of Victim Services
  • Counseling & Therapy

    You may benefit from counseling if you were a victim of crime. This provides information on options available to victims for obtaining supportive counseling from professionals such as psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, and trauma informed therapists, as well as connections to support groups. Content Detail

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    Pennsylvania Office of Victim Services
  • Local Victim Services Programs - Find Help in Your County

    Information on all the victim service providers located in the various counties in Pennsylvania. Content Detail

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    Pennsylvania Office of Victim Services
  • #MeTooPA

    Provides FREE confidential services for students and workers who have experienced sexual harassment or assault in school or on the job. If you are experiencing sexual harassment at school or on the job, call 412-281-2892, Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, or email at MeTooPA@womenslawproject.org Content Detail

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    Women's Law Project
  • Offender Release Notification - Pennsylvania’s Automated Victim Notification Service (PA SAVIN)

    PA SAVIN is Pennsylvania’s automated victim notification system. As a victim of crime, this service provides you with free, confidential notification regarding an offender’s release, transfer or escape. The PA SAVIN service includes offenders under the supervision of county jails, state prisons, and state parole. Content Detail

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    Pennsylvania Office of Victim Services
  • PA Victim Services

    Home page for the Pennsylvania Office of Victim Services featuring information on the various services available to victims of crime. Content Detail

  • Pennsylvania Health Law Project

    Pennsylvania Health Law Project (PHLP) is a statewide, nonprofit, public interest law firm providing free legal services to low-income persons, victims of crime, seniors, and persons with disabilities having trouble accessing public healthcare such as Medicaid (called Medical Assistance in Pennsylvania) coverage and/or services. Read More

  • Victims Compensation

    The Victims Compensation Assistance Program helps victims and their families through the emotional and physical aftermath of a crime by easing the financial impact placed upon them by the crime. You may be eligible to receive financial help from the Victims Compensation Assistance Program for a variety of expenses related to your victimization. Read More

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    Pennsylvania Office of Victim Services