Victim of Crime Advocacy

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Victim of Crime Advocacy

Offering Assistance to Victims of Crime

The Tri-County Victim of Crime Advocacy Program, or VOCA, assists elders who have been the victim of a crime. Our caring, and helpful advocates work with you and your family to guide you through the legal process, and can help with emergency needs, and short term or long term access to other resources.

If you have been the victim of a crime, you are not alone. We are here to offer help, a listening ear, or to provide mentoring and education to ensure you are protected from any future victimization.

If you or someone you know has been the victim of a crime, contact the Tri-County VOCA program at 401-626-3447 for information and help.

Victim of Crime Advocacy Program for D/deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind
Tri-County has Deaf Victim Advocates on site to provide support and guidance to deaf, hard of hearing and DeafBlind individuals through in-person visits, videophone (VP) and email. Our Advocates are fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) and Tactile Sign Language. Advocates can help you navigate the legal process and can connect you with services to address emergency needs.

For more information on the Tri-County D/deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind VOCA Program, contact us at:

401.406.3356 Videophone (VP)
401.441.6325 Videophone (VP)
401.519.1916 Voice

To view the RI Crime Victim Resource Guide, please click the link below