A directory of service providers with experience working with immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, U-visa crimes, and human trafficking.
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Search suggestions and ideas:
- Start your search with wider terms, such as state, city, or language, and use the list of results to find a program that suits your specific needs.
- If there are many results from your state, search for the first two or three digits of your zip code to find programs in your immediate area.
- Search by language to find programs with staff or volunteers who speak your client’s language. These programs may have materials in your client’s native language.
- You can use this database to identify organizations in another state to which an immigrant victim is moving, or use it to inform the victim’s decision on where to move.
- Law enforcement and other government officials can use the directory to locate advocacy and legal services programs who can assist crime victims in their states.
- Courts and government agencies can use the directory to learn about programs with experience serving immigrant victims in their juridiction.
- Identify programs in your state with expertise serving immigrant victims who should be involved in your Collaborative Community Response Team or other collaborative work.
- Use the form above to find your organization. Try searching by one of the following:
- The name of your organization
- Your state
- Your organization’s zip code
- If this search yields the name of your organization, please click “Edit” (or the pencil symbol) to update and complete the entry.
- If your organization is not listed, please click here to complete the “Add a Record” form.
- Note: The entry must be approved by an administrator, and may take a few days to show up.