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I am a State VOCA administrator, where can I access resources to help me better respond to the needs of VOCA subgrantees?

VOCA administrators and other staff of State Administering Agencies can access resources on the MyVOCA Resources page. Resources include plain language compensation materials, National Victim Assistance Academy leadership training resources, two webinars on elder victimization issues, and information on the VOCA Mentoring Program, among others.

I am an attorney, where can I access resources to help me better serve victims of crime?

Our Legal Assistance for Crime Victims page provides attorneys across the country with the tools they need to increase their knowledge base about crime victim issues and increase their capacity to provide pro bono or no-cost legal representation to crime victims.

Are there resources to enhance my capacity to address human trafficking?

Yes. Our Human Trafficking page provides an array of training and technical assistance resources to improve the response to all human trafficking survivors, including our Human Trafficking Task Force e-Guide for newly formed and established multidisciplinary task forces.

Where can I find information about funding?

OVC offers guidance on where to find funding from across the Federal Government.

Are there additional training and technical assistance resources?

Many parts of the government and nongovernmental organizations are doing wonderful work in the area of crime victimization, and we want to connect you to them.