Oregon Department of Justice Crime Victim and Survivor Services Division (CVSSD) connects many different programs with a single goal: to serve victims effectively and compassionately. We fund statewide victim service programs, help victims cover crime-related costs, and through our advisory committees and partnerships, we help shape best practices statewide and bring a diverse collection of voices to the issue of victims’ rights. Learn more about the CVSSD.
Oregon Crime Victims’ Compensation (CVC) Program was created to assist victims of violent crime with expenses associated with the crime. This includes domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, robbery, assault, homicide, or other compensable crime resulting in a physical or psychological injury. The mission of the CVC program is to ease the financial impact of these crimes on victims, survivors, and their families. Learn more about CVC.
In June and July of 2021, DOJ’s Crime Victim and Survivor Services Division (CVSSD) and Civil Rights Unit are hosting twenty-one community conversations with people from demographic groups who have historically been discriminated against, experienced exclusion, and who are currently impacted by ongoing inequity.
We know that taking measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 means changing the ways you deliver support to victims and survivors. We’ve included some helpful information for managing your grant funds here, as well as useful links to state, national and federal partners. Thank you for your continued commitment to serving community members and protecting employees and volunteers.
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