Crime Victim Advocates provides free, confidential help and services to crime victims throughout Montana. Such services and help include: Helping victims recover property or restitution, Providing crisis counseling, emotional support and guidance. Helping victims work with their employers if a victim has to miss work because of a trial. Informing victims of their rights.
Phone: (800) 799-7233
Montana Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence's mission is to support and facilitate networking among our member organizations while advocating for social change in Montana. Currently, MCADSV represents over 50 programs across Montana that provide direct services to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their children. In addition, membership includes other nonprofit and government organizations and individuals (professionals and members of the general public) who are interested in addressing domestic and sexual violence in a way that holds offenders accountable and provides support for the people they victimize. Our membership is open to anyone who is in accord with their philosophy.
Phone: (406) 443-7794
The Office of Victim Services provides tools and information to help crime victims as they go through the justice system. The office is part of the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS), a federally sponsored information clearinghouse that provides information on crime, victim assistance, substance abuse, and public safety to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. In this capacity, NCJRS is responsible for providing Office of Victim Services' publications and program information to victim services and allied professionals.
Phone: (406) 444-1907
The Montana Rape Exam Training Program is an online resource for Montana healthcare professionals who perform forensic medical exams, also called rape exams. This program offers information about rape exams and online training on using the state-sanctioned rape kit. Although designed for healthcare professionals, this program is open to anyone in Montana involved in sexual assault response. The online training is restricted to individuals affiliated with sexual assault response organizations operating in Montana. Sexual assault response organizations include healthcare facilities, law enforcement, the criminal justice system and victim advocacy groups. Registration is required for access to the online training.General information about rape exams is open to the public. However, the Montana Rape Exam Training Program is not intended to provide information to victims of sexual assault. If you or a friend need help, go to the Montana Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence website for assistance.
Phone: (406) 444-3653