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Resources
South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (SCCADVASA) is a statewide coalition of domestic violence shelters and rape crisis centers in South Carolina. 1-800-260-9293.

State Office of Victim Assistance, Victim’s Compensation Fund can help with certain types of crime–related costs. In every case, the expense has to be linked to losses from injury or death as a result of the crime. 1–800–220–5370.

South Carolina Victim Assistance Network has a website where you will find information about programs offered to help crime victims, videos, books, and other research to help you understand the criminal justice process, victims’ rights and laws, and resources available to enhance victim service programs. 1–888–852–1900.

State Attorney General’s Office of Victim Services serves victims of a crime being prosecuted by the State Attorney General’s Office. 1–800–213–5652.

South Carolina Crime Victims’ Ombudsman Office refers crime victims to appropriate agencies, provides liaison services, and reviews and attempts to resolve complaints against elements of the criminal and juvenile justice systems or victim assistance programs. 1–888–238–0697.

South Carolina Department of Corrections Division of Victim Services provides information and assistance to victims of crime whose offender is serving a sentence in the Department of Corrections. 1–800–835–0304

South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services Office of Victim Services has a primary goal of keeping victims informed of the status of their cases and to make certain they are as informed as possible throughout the process. 1–888–551–4118.

South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice Victim Services Program provides services to victims of crimes committed by juvenile offenders under the supervision of the Department of Juvenile Justice. 1–888–224–6165.

State Law Enforcement Division Victim/Witness Program serves victims of crime being investigated by SLED. 803–896–7654.

Federal Bureau of Investigation Office of Victim Assistance is designed to provide emotional, informational, and practical support to victims identified in criminal investigations under its jurisdiction. 803–551–4200.

South Carolina Sex Offender Registry 803-896-2601

National Center for Victims of Crime provides a comprehensive, source of information and referral for victims of crime. 202-467-8700.

South Carolina Office of Mothers Against Drunk Driving provides support and advocacy to victims of drunk driving. 1–800–543–8692.

Parents of Murdered Children is a national, self–help organization that provides support and advocacy to families affected by homicide. 803–414–4491.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children of the Southeast is the central point for child–protection education and prevention. 803–254–2326.

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