We provide comprehensive trauma-informed services to loved ones of homicide victims and victims of violent crime. These services include one-on-one grief counseling, homicide support groups facilitated by mental health professionals, and community based grief workshops.
We provide grief counseling to loved ones of homicide victims by partnering with trauma-informed, licensed counselors throughout North Carolina.
The NCVAN Crime Victims' Memorial Garden is a special place where loved ones of homicide victims can remember the ones taken by violent crime. The names of homicide victims are inscribed on the bricks that line the walkway of the garden, reflecting the memories of those who are forever etched on our hearts.
Murder doesn’t just affect an individual; it also affects a family and a community, creating an array of emotional and practical needs – that are often left unmet.
Crime Victim Compensation
This service provides reimbursement for citizens who suffer medical expenses and lost wages as a result of being an innocent victim of a crime committed in North Carolina. Victims of rape, assault, child sexual abuse, domestic violence, and drunk driving, as well as the families of homicide victims, are eligible to apply for financial help.
Travel Reimbursement (through DA offices only)
In collaboration with the district attorneys’ offices across the state, NCVAN notifies the surviving loved ones of homicide victims of VOCA grant funds' availability to assist them with the financial burden of attending criminal justice proceedings related to their cases.
Find Your Court Day
Search for upcoming criminal and infraction cases by county, court type and defendant name. If you have questions about the search results, please contact the County Clerk's office.
Who is Your District Attorney?
This directory will help you find and contact your district attorney’s office. District attorney’s offices are the agencies charged with prosecuting criminal charges (most violent crime charges) on behalf of the State of North Carolina.
Crime Victim Rights/Marsy’s Law
Marsy’s Law seeks to give crime victims meaningful and enforceable constitutional rights equal to the rights of the accused.
Funerals & Estates
When you are in the midst of grief and loss, it can be overwhelming to consider the end-of-life planning that needs to take place. We want to support you with resources that will help you navigate through these very difficult times.
Crime Victims App
Whether you are an advocate, loved one, or victim, our app offers insights into healing after violence. Included on the App are national & state resources, news, events, and a video library. Download today.