Services for Victims of Crime and
Our agency offers two comprehensive programs for victims of various forms of abuse: Victims of Crime and Violence Against Women. For both programs, our services include trauma-informed care, medical case management, and linkage to valuable resources within the community. Case managers in the Victims of Crime Program understand that victims suffer personal loss, experience stress and trauma, and will need guidance in the aftermath of a crime.
For those enrolled in our Violence Against Women Program, case managers work closely with clients who have experienced sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and/or female genital mutilation. We recognize that sexual violence doesn’t discriminate. Anyone can be a victim: males/females of any age, race, religion, or education level. It’s important to remember that anyone can commit a sexual assault regardless of their race, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. Sexual violence impacts the victim’s self-worth and sense of safety, in addition to their day-to-day life.
Our services are free and provide aid and information to support victims during the recovery period.
Every individual has the right to feel safe and welcome.
If you have ever been assaulted or felt unsafe, we can help you access critical resources.
Victims of Crime
The professionals at US Together provide intensive case management for victims of crime to help them reclaim their lives. Services are available to victims of the following crimes, and others:
Adult or Child Abuse/Neglect
Victims of Violence Against Women
The professionals at US Together provide intensive case management for victims of violence against women to help them reclaim their lives. Services are available to victims of the following kinds of violence, among others:
Female Genital Mutilation