If you are a member of the law enforcement community and are working with a victim,
call our agency to see how we can help.
24-Hour Crisis Response: Our advocates are available around the clock, ready to respond immediately to police stations, hospitals and other locations to provide support to victims and their families. If you are an officer and are interviewing a victim, directing a victim to a hospital to receive medical attention, providing death notification to a family, or have questions regarding a victim you are working with, please give us a call on one of the following hotlines:
24/7 Hotline: (610) 692-7273
If you need a Victim Advocate to immediately respond to a homicide, suicide or any other crime-related crisis situation, please do not hesitate to call our hotline. Our Victim Advocates are trained to provide crisis support and essential information to survivors of homicide and suicide. The responding advocate can ensure victims have immediate access to CVC’s comprehensive services, allowing you to dedicate your time to investigating the crime.
Please call our hotline if you need a Victim Advocate to immediately respond to your police station or a local hospital to support an adult or child victim of a sexual assault. All of our Victim Advocates and Volunteers have completed the State Mandated 40-hour Sexual Assault Counselor Training.
Please call our hotline if you need a Victim Advocate to immediately respond to your police station or local hospital to support an adult or child victim of domestic violence, physical assault, arson, robbery, burglary, etc. All of our Victim Advocates receive mandatory, annual, on- going training relating to all crimes.
Together with law enforcement, CVC strives to provide exceptional and comprehensive
services to victims and their families. By calling an advocate to assist with a crisis,
you can better focus on the important investigative work you do,
knowing victims and their families are in good hands.