Additional Resources


We at DOJ/OVT have compiled the following list of resources that may help you and your loved ones in the aftermath of the terrorist attack.

We provide these links solely for your information and convenience. When you select a link to an outside website, you are subject to the quality of services of that resource and the privacy, copyright, security and information policies of their website. These links are created and maintained by other public and private organizations. Such links should not be construed as an endorsement of the views or privacy policies contained therein, nor can we guarantee that outside websites comply with the accessibility requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

Crime Victim Services and Organizations

Crime Victim Information

  • Help for Crime Victims – Mass Violence and Terrorism
    Guide to help victims of mass violence and terrorism navigate resources and programs that may be of assistance.

  • Helping Victims of International Terrorism
    Tools for providers and community leaders in the aftermath of an act of international terrorism.

  • Crime Victim Help Lines (Toll Free and Online Hotlines)
    Toll free local, national and international help lines and online hotlines for victims of crime.

  • NCVLI Victim Resource Map
    Tool for victims with links to U.S. organizations that provide aid, information, and support directly to victims of crime. Searchable by crime type or location, the map contains links to valuable national and state programs.

  • United Nations Victims of Terrorism Support Portal
    The Solidarity with Victims of Terrorism Support Portal is dedicated to and highlights the importance of those individuals across the globe that have been attacked, injured, traumatized or lost their lives during terrorist attacks.

  • U.S. International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program
    ITVERP was authorized by Congress to reimburse eligible direct victims of acts of international terrorism that occur outside the United States for expenses associated with that victimization. The Justice Department’s Office for Victim of Crime administers the program.

  • U.S. Victim Law
    Searchable database of victims' rights legal provisions including federal, state, and territorial statutes, tribal laws, state constitutional amendments, court rules, administrative code provisions, and summaries of related court decisions and attorney general opinions.

Updated February 6, 2019

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