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Crime victim's rights, missing children, child protection, domestic violence, gun violence, vital services, publications, links, brochures, reports, national and local help, state directory for assistance, legislative updates, lots of helpful information:

One of the most exhaustive and helpful sites we've found is The Zero, brimming with victim resources -- from child advocacy, abuse and mental health, to domestic violence, hate crimes, stalking and youth violence.  A wealth of information, international victim assistance, plus resources for coping.

On December 1, 1997, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), in conjunction with Senator Judd Gregg (New Hampshire), announced a new CyberTipline to serve as a national resource for tips and leads regarding the sexual exploitation of children.  NCMEC encourages families to call this toll-free hotline (800-843-5678) to report incidents involving child sexual exploitation, including online enticement of children for sexual acts.

The U.S. Department of Justice's Violence Against Women Office not only has information for communities, stat
es and localities to end violence against women, they also offer you help and information if you need it with lists of state hotlines, coalitions, and advocacy groups.

Each year, an estimated 2 million to 4 million women in the U.S. are abused by their male partners -- thousands are killed.  The most common is physical abuse, though there can be emotional, sexual, and spiritual abuse as well.  In addition to numerous helpful resources on domestic violence and anger, Psych-Net Mental Health offers this article from the Mayo Clinic on domestic violence.  

Justice For All, a criminal justice reform and victims’ rights organization, is committed to helping better protect the lives and property of law abiding citizens; their information-packed site includes links relating to missing children, gun violence, online petitions, etc.

Advocating for the Fair Treatment of Crime Victims, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office for Victims of Crime oversees diverse programs that offer assistance, publications, funding, helpful links, and resources for crime victims. 

The Justice Information Center’s National Criminal Justice Reference Service offers extensive information -- its Victims page covers vital issues including child protection, victims' rights and services, domestic violence, juvenile victims, elderly victims and more.

The National Center for Victims of Crime covers important current topics, offers national and local links, lots of information, discussion forums, legislative updates, special reports, and more.

The National Organization for Victim Assistance is a member of the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster and their archives offer information for both service providers and victims and survivors.

Here's a site which offers a state directory for Offices of Victim Services of the U.S. Dept. of Justice, together with info on prevention, passages of hope, and more resources.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving's MADD National Office of Victim Services offers publications, brochures, links, victim advocate services, and a host of vital resources to help victims pick up the pieces.

FEMAoffers disaster information for victims of federally declared disasters.

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