Victims of crime
Victims of Crime Act Victim Compensation and Victim Assistance Formula Grant Programs
Funding Healing: Securing Federal Funds to Support Victims of Crime in their Healing Journey
The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) releases funding each year to support tribes and organization’s serving tribal communities in developing or sustaining crime victim services programs. During this conversation representatives from current OVC-funded tribal victim services programs and OVC staff discussed: (1) how to develop new and enhance existing tribal victim services programs and (2) how funding from OVC’s Tribal Victim Services Set-Aside Formula program can support these efforts.
Ask an Expert Series Q&A - Applying for Your First Federal Grant
Addressing Housing for Victims of Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking Outreach Toolkit: Applying Trauma-Informed Practices to Outreach Campaigns
OVC TTAC Human Trafficking
OVC TTAC Victim Assistance Training (VAT)
Tribal Sex Trafficking Resource Website
OVC Announces the Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center Website Launch
As part of the Office for Victims of Crime’s recognition of the 20th anniversary of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, Senior Advisor for Victim Services and Human Trafficking Program Director Bill Woolf announces the launch of the Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center website.