The Crime Victims Center

THE CRIME VICTIMS CENTER


(631) 689-2672 (631) 332-9234 (24 hours)

1 (888) 275-7365

The Suffolk County Crime Victims Center (CVC) provides vital trauma informed support services, information, and multi-agency service referrals for assistance to all victims of violent crime, all victims of hate crime and elderly, minor and disabled victims of property crime. The CVC will also assist you in completion of required documents to secure reimbursement for medical and essential personal property expenses related to the crime.

The Crime Victim Center is a Rape Crisis Center and Crime Victim Center and provides services to child and adult victims of sexual assault, victims of domestic violence, survivors of homicide victims, victims of hate crime, human trafficking, gang violence, kidnapping, robbery, assault, confrontational burglary, motor vehicle (DWI and BWI), motor vehicle (non DWI), stalking, terrorism, and other federal crimes.  If you, your child or someone you know is a victim of crime, we can help you. There is absolutely no cost for services and we can help you complete a crime victim compensation claim to recover expenses related to the crime.

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How the Suffolk County Crime Victims Center Can Help You

  • 24 Hour Rape Crisis Hotline (631) 332-9234 (170 different languages)
  • 24 Hour Violent Crime and Hate Crime Hotline (631) 626-3156 (170 different languages)
  • Assistance in obtaining an order of protection.
  • Assistance filing for New York State crime victims compensation claims for reimbursement related to expenses for personal injury, lost wages, loss of essential personal property, and other expenses.
  • Assistance for obtaining Office of Victim Services emergency awards, expedited approvals and advocacy
  • Counseling for child and adult victims of violent crime - short and long term and no cost.
  • Criminal justice and family court advocacy includes but is not limited to SAFE and medical appointment accompaniment, courtroom accompaniment, coordinating with local, state or federal law enforcement, the District Attorney’s or US Attorney’s Office, assistance with filing for Orders of Protection, information and referrals regarding your rights and options as a crime victim, medical and legal referrals, UVISA assistance, information and referrals for concrete services, and other community based and government resources.
  • Systematic outreach to community organizations, public and private schools, houses of worship, consulates, government and criminal justice agencies, libraries and mental health providers.
  • Hate Crime Prevention Education and Outreach Program
  • Multilingual Services (170 languages)
  • Prevention Education Programs for children, tweens, teens, college –aged students, adults, and professionals working with children. We come to you Call today to schedule a program (631) 689-2672.