The Boise Police Department Victim-Witness Program was developed in 1990 in response to a need for crisis intervention and support services for victims, witnesses and survivors of violent crime. The program strives to increase the commitment of state and local government to assist crime victims and to increase the range and availability of services for crime victims.
Phone: (208) 384-4422
Our mission is to engage voices to create change in the prevention, intervention, and response to domestic violence, dating abuse, stalking, and sexual assault. The Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence works to be a leader in the movement to end violence against women and girls, men and boys – across the life span before violence has occurred – because violence is preventable. Our work is to create healthy relationships and compassionate communities.
Phone: (208) 384-0419
The Crime Victims Compensation Program provides funds for treatment expenses to the victim/claimant after all other sources of payment have been exhausted, up to a maximum of $25,000. When your claim is approved, payment may be made for reasonable expenses which are the direct result of the crime, including: Payments for physician and hospital services, medicine, and other approved treatment, including:
The Idaho Crime Victims Compensation Program was established in 1986 to provide assistance to innocent victims of crime for financial losses associated with a crime when other resources are not available to cover those expenses. The Idaho Crime Victims Compensation Program was established in 1986 to provide assistance to innocent victims of crime for financial losses associated with a crime when other resources are not available to cover those expenses.
Phone: (208) 334-6080
The Idaho Council on Domestic Violence and Victim Assistance is the advisory body for programs and services affecting victims of domestic violence and other. The Idaho Council on Domestic Violence and Victim Assistance funds, promotes, and supports quality services to victims of crime throughout Idaho. The Council serves as the advisory body for programs affecting victims of crime. We are a granting agency to programs state-wide for services to victims of crime. Funding sources include: Federal Victims of Crime - Victim Assistance Grant (VOCA) Federal Family Violence & Prevention Grant State Domestic Violence Dedicated Account
Phone: (208) 332-1540