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​​Call us:

(314) 652-3623

Phone Hours:

Mon- Fri 8:30 am - 5 pm

​Find us: 

539 North Grand Blvd., Suite 400

Saint Louis, Missouri 63103

Office Walk-In Hours:

Mon - Thurs 10am - 2 pm

Crime Victim Center is committed to nondiscrimination. Our services are available to all victims of crime without regard to race, color, national origin (including limited English proficiency), religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability or age.

CVC is a 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit. Our tax ID number is 43-1025252

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You are not alone.

 

Many victims feel alone in their experience with crime or violence. But there are hundreds of organizations - and thousands of people - working every day to bring you support, help, and resources to heal victims from crime. Here are some in the St. Louis area:

For victims of any crime:

 

  • Victim Services Division St. Louis County: 314-615-4872

  • Victim Services St. Louis City: 314-622-4373

  • Missouri Victims Assistance Network: 800-698-9199

  • Missouri Department of Public Safety: 866-334-6682

  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving314-426-1595

  • St. Charles Victim Assistance Program: 636-949-7370

  • Jefferson County Victim Assistance: 636-797-5501

  • Legal Services of Eastern Missouri: 314-524-3400

  • Missouri Victim Automated Notification System 866-566-8267

  • Missouri Crime Victims Compensation Program : 573-751-4231

 

Counseling:

 

  • ALIVE: 314-993-2777

  • Life Source Consultants: 314-524-0686

  • Safe Connections: 314-531-2003

  • Center for Trauma Recovery at UMSL: 314-516-6737

  • YWCA-Sexual Assault Response Team: 314-531-7273

  • Provident: 314-533-8200

  • Behavioral Health Response: 800-811-4760

 

Emergency and Housing Resources:
 

  • Urban League: 314-652-6954

  • Society of St. Vincent de Paul: 314-531-2183

  • Hosea House: 314-773-5438

  • Housing Resource Center (For St. Louis City and County Residents): 314-802-5444 or 1-866-802-7155*

  • Animal Protection Agency (APA):  314-645-4610 x.241 (works with area domestic violence shelters to provide temporary foster care for pets of domestic violence victims)

  • Catholic Charities South Side: 314-773-6100
     

 

Domestic Violence Shelters & Programs:

 

  • COMTREA – Jefferson County: 1-877-266-8732

  • Fortress Outreach: 314-381-4422

  • St. Martha’s Hall: 314-533-1313

  • Weinman Shelter: 314-423-1117

  • Woman’s Center: 877-946-6854

  • Woman’s Safe House: 314-772-4535

  • Turning Point (Franklin and Warren Counties): 1-888-873-7233

  • A Friend’s Place (Washington County): 1-800-663-9929

  • Robertson Center (Lincoln County): 1-636-462-3355

  • ALIVE: 314-993-2777

  • Life Source Consultants: 314-524-0686

  • Safe Connections: 314-531-2003

  • Women’s Place: 314-645-4848

  • Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

  • Oasis Women's Center: 618-465-1978

  • Phoenix Crisis Center: 618-451-1008

  • Violence Prevention Center: 618-235-0892

  • ROW (Redevelopment Opportunities for Women): 314-588-8300

 

Children's Services:
 

  • Children’s Advocacy Services:  314- 516-6798 (forensic interviews on sexual abuse, ages 3-17)

  • Crisis Nursery (Forest Park Hospital): 314- 768-3201 Emergency child care

  • Child Abuse Counseling: 314- 534-9350

  • Child Care Resources & Referral Agency: 800- 811-1127

  • Head Start (Franklin County)Gray Summit: 636-742-4660Sullivan: 573- 860-2925Union: 636- 583-2676

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • National Center for Victims of Crime (http://www.ncvc.org)

  • National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA)

  • U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)

  • Parents of Murdered Children: (513) 721-5683

  • National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) (http://www.ncadv.org)

  • American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence (http://www.abanet.org/domviol/home.html)

  • Family Violence Prevention Fund (http://endabuse.org)

  • Bureau of Justice Statistics: Crime and Victims Statistics (http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs)

  • National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women (http://www.vawnet.org)

  • National Animal Assisted Crisis Response HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).

  • National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE

 

 

Did you know?

One of the easiest ways to find great local information and help is by dialing 211 from any phone.

 

National Resources

98% of crime victims report that they do not know their rights. 

                                                    Knowledge is power.

Missouri, like many states, has rights to protect victims of crime and violence. Knowing your rights can make your experience with the criminal justice system better. According to Article 1, Section 32 of the Missouri State Constitution, you have the right to:

 

  • Be informed about the crime

  • Information about the criminal justice system

  • Be present at all criminal justice proceedings at which the defendant has such right, including juvenile proceedings where the offense would have been a felony if committed by an adult;

  • Be informed of charges filed, preliminary hearing dates, trial dates, continuances and case dispositions;

  • A speedy disposition and appellate review of case;

  • Request restitution;

  • Reasonable protection from defendant or persons acting on behalf of the defendant;

  • Information about the release, escape, recapture or death of the accused while in confinement;

  • Be provided with a secure waiting area for court proceedings.

 

This is just a brief overview of your rights. A full description is available here.

If you feel your rights as a victim are being violated, contact us immediately at (314) 652-3623.