The Crime Victims' Center of Chester County, Inc.
A Victim Advocacy Agency
counseling, advocacy, resources, education
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* CVC's services are completely free of charge.
“I think I am the victim of a crime. What should I do?”
If you (or someone you know) are in danger or need medical help, dial 9-1-1 immediately. If you would like to speak with an advocate for support or have questions, call one of our 24-hour hotlines:
Sexual Assault (610) 692-7273
Other Crimes (610) 692-7420
“I would like an advocate to come with me to a difficult appointment, meeting or event.”
If you would like an advocate to accompany you to a court hearing, police interview, hospital, or other professional appointment, we can help. To schedule accompaniment in advance, please call during our business hours (9am - 5pm, Monday through Friday). If you need immediate accompaniment after business hours, call our hotline at any time. If you aren’t sure whether an advocate can help you, see our Client Services page.
“I’m interested in attending an event and would like more information.”
See our upcoming events featured in the slideshow above. Feel free to call our agency if you would like more information about attending an event.
“I would like CVC to do a presentation at my school/workplace.”
The Crime Victims’ Center offers presentations for various groups within the community. To schedule, see our Schedule a Presentation page.
“I would like to donate, work or volunteer at the Crime Victims’ Center.”
Learn how to donate and/or get involved! There are plenty of ways to get involved with CVC; reach out to us!
“As a result of your presentation on child safety we were able to identify a little girl who had been molested for years and suffered in silence. You are a hero. You helped save not just this child but many others who slowly came forward after witnessing the courage and strength of this survivor. Had you not been there other innocent victims would still be at risk. Our community is forever grateful for the work you do.”
— Deputy District Attorney