Victim Assistance Programs
Services: Victim Assistance Programs increase the safety of victims and give support and guidance in maneuvering through the various elements involved in being a victim of crime. Such assistance is offered to victims of domestic violence, sexual harassment, child abuse, robbery, victims of DUI/DWI crashes, elder abuse, homicide, stalking, harassment, etc.
Counties Served: Utah County, Wasatch County, Summit County
3075 North Main
Spanish Fork, UT
The Utah County Victim Assistance Program primarily serves victims of the following areas: Eagle Mountain, Vineyard, Santaquin, Salem, Cedar Fort, Fairfield, Elk Ridge, Goshen, Woodland Hills, Benjamin, Lake Shore, Palmyra, Spring Lake, West Mountain, and unincorporated areas of Utah County.
Utah Office for Victims of Crime
1-800-621-7444 https://crimevictim.utah.gov/ Services:
Provides financial assistance to victims who have suffered financial loss, physical injuries, and emotional trauma as a result of a violent crime. Victims must report crime to local law enforcement and submit an application to UOVC to receive benefits. UOVC may pay for medical and dental care, mental health services, funeral and burial costs, relocation and loss of income on approved applications.
Utah County, Wasatch County, Summit County