Community Programs
Supporting families recovering from the trauma of abuse and violence.
VOCA Victims Assistance Program

What is VOCA Victims Assistance Program?

Home, community and clinic-based clinical and non-clinical services for victims of crime (e.g., child abuse including child physical abuse or neglect and child sexual abuse/assault; child victims of/witnesses to domestic violence, child victims of bullying; child victims of sex trafficking; child witnesses to community violence; and victims of teen dating victimization). 

 

What is the goal of VOCA?

VOCA supports individuals and/or families who, due to multiple social and economic problems, have difficulties accessing and following through with treatment and related services. Our VOCA team also supports an individuals and/or families journey through the legal system, from temporary housing to permanent housing, relocation, court processes and other basic needs that stabilize the family or the individual and allow for mental health treatment to take place.  

 

What types of services does VOCA offer?

Counseling and therapy

  • Individual therapy

  • Family therapy

  • Group therapy

 

Non-clinical services

  • Coordinated, comprehensive evaluations

  • Advocacy

  • Case management

  • Parent/caregiver education

  • Linkage to treatment and other social services

  • Victim Compensation Program

 

 

Enrollment/Eligibility
To learn more about VOCA, please call us at (203) 299-1315.

Location
100 East Avenue, Norwalk CT

Bilingual (English/Spanish)
Yes.

Fees
VOCA services are provided free of charge.