Crime Victim Compensation

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    Taxonomy Code: FN-1900.1500

    Programs that provide financial compensation for people who have suffered monetary losses as a direct result of some form of violent crime. Compensation is generally available to meet unreimbursed medical and hospital expenses, loss of wages or support, expenses encumbered by participation in job-related rehabilitation or retraining programs, and legal fees; or may be unrestricted in terms of purpose. Also included are programs that help people apply for these services.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Community Services - Sisters of Color United for EducationOffers a variety of services to the community, including: - Assistance with Crime Victim's Compensation - Mental health counseling with bilingual Spanish/English therapists for victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, and family traumas - Free case management, substance abuse therapy, and mental health services for people living with HIV - Free HIV testingDenver CountySisters of Color United for EducationSisters of Color United for Education
    Crime Victim Compensation (Boulder) - Boulder District AttorneyCompensates victims of violent crimes in Boulder County; service includes funds for medical or counseling expenses.Boulder CountyBoulder - Boulder District AttorneyBoulder District Attorney
    Crime Victim Compensation - Denver City and County District AttorneyCrime Victim Compensation (CVC) can provide financial assistance to victims of certain crimes for specified services. Not all crime victims or crime-related losses are eligible for reimbursement or payment.Denver CountyDenver City and County District AttorneyDenver City and County District Attorney
    Crime Victim Compensation (Longmont) - Boulder District AttorneyCompensates victims of violent crime in Boulder County; service includes funds for medical or counseling expenses.Boulder CountyLongmont - Boulder District AttorneyBoulder District Attorney
    Crime Victim Compensation Program - 4th Judicial District AttorneyProvides financial compensation for eligible victims of violent crime. El Paso County4th Judicial District Attorney4th Judicial District Attorney
    District Attorney - Moffat County District Attorney's OfficeAssists in the investigation and prosecution of those persons alleged to have committed crimes within the 14th Judicial District. Duties include: - Preparing and filing criminal complaints - Maintaining contact with and explaining the criminal justice process to victims and witnesses - Providing financial assistance to victims of personal injury crimesMoffat CountyMoffat County District Attorney's OfficeMoffat County District Attorney's Office
    Domestic Violence Court Advocacy - Alternative HorizonsProvides advocacy for: - Court visit or District Attorney's office visits - Civil and criminal cases - Assistance with filing civil protection orders and Victim's Compensation claims - Issues with law enforcement - Accompaniment to appointments at medical facilities and the Department of Human Services (DHS) Limited legal representation may also be available on a case-by-case basis. Call Alternative Horizons to find out more details in regards to this service.La Plata County701 CAMINO DEL RIOAlternative Horizons
    Victim Advocacy Services - Advocates Victim Assistance TeamProvides the following to individuals who have been victims of crime: - Safe housing - Court advocacy - Crisis intervention - Legal assistance - Relocation assistance - Safety planning - Referrals and information - Community outreach and educationGrand CountyAdvocates Victim Assistance TeamAdvocates Victim Assistance Team
    Victim Assistance - Colorado Organization for Victim AssistanceProvides support and training for victim advocates working with victims. Also assists individuals who have been victims of crime in obtaining emergency financial assistance for costs that are a direct result of the crime.Denver CountyColorado Organization for Victim AssistanceColorado Organization for Victim Assistance
    VIctim's Compensation FundIn each judicial district, a three-member board appointed by the District Attorney, reviews applications and awards dollars for compensable expenses incurred as a result of a crime. Some examples of costs covered by this fund are medical expenses, counseling costs, outpatient care, and burial expenses.Pueblo CountyVictim's Compensation FundDistrict Attorney's Office, 10th Judicial District
    Wraparound Services for Victims of Domestic Violence - Servicios de la RazaThe VISTAS (Victims in Safe Transition and Self-Sufficiency) program offers services to victims of domestic violence and their families throughout the state of Colorado, including the following: - Case management - Victim and legal advocacy - Crisis intervention - 24-hour crisis line - Assistance with victims’ compensation - Support groups - Referrals and assistance in accessing free or low-cost legal representation for family and immigration casesDenver CountyServicios de la RazaServicios de la Raza

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