Our Partners

Our partners are organizations and individuals who address some of the most critical issues facing victims of crime. NCVLI's national work includes partners and collaborations to address targeted practice areas or populations, and equip general practitioners with the skills they need to assist victims in their everyday work. With our outstanding partners and collaborations, we can better promote balance and fairness in the justice system through legal advocacy, education and training, and public policy.

Currently listed partners are subgrantee organizations or organizations under agreements. If you are interested in a partnership agreement, visit our Partner Membership page.


AVCV - RISE Clinic


Founded in 1996, Arizona Voice for Crime Victims (AVCV) was the first organization of its kind in the county, offering hope to crime victims in the form of no cost legal representation and social services solely for the purpose of asserting and enforcing their rights in state, federal and tribal courts. AVCV’s approach to delivering direct legal and social services to victims of crime in Arizona is holistic in nature.

Loyola Social Justice Law Center (California)

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The Loyola Social Justice Law Center is a collection of legal clinics at Loyola Law School (LLS) at Loyola Marymount University.  Under the RISE Project, LLS will launch the Crime Victims’ Rights Law Clinic Program help survivors access justice as defined by the survivor and to train new lawyers how to use legal systems and strategies to aid survivor ‘s access to justice on their own terms.  The Clinic will create a knowledge base around crime victims’ rights by educating law students about the full spectrum of victim rights law in California and federally, conduct outreach to students, jud

Montana Legal Services Association


Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) is a private, nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal aid to empower low-income Montanans. Their mission is to protect and enhance the legal rights of, and promote systemic change for, Montanans living in poverty.



The Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC) is a nonprofit organization providing comprehensive case management and no cost legal services to all victims of crime in the District of Columbia. NVRDC’s holistic services are provided regardless of income, ethnicity, immigration status, sexual orientation, race, or gender identity/expression. NVRDC runs the District’s on-call crisis response services to survivors of sexual assault who receive a sexual assault forensic exam in the District of Columbia.

South Carolina Victim Assistance Network (SCVAN)


South Carolina Victim Assistance Network was created in response to a mandate in the S.C. Crime Victims Bill of Right for a network of service providers to be formed to better protect and serve victims of crime. Under the RISE Project will establish an Appellate Law Clinic to handle appeals of cases affecting victim rights and including collaboration with and training of pro bono and low bono attorney partners.

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Join a growing professional association dedicated to the protection, enforcement, and advancement of crime victims' rights in all justice systems. Members can access NAVRA's benefits, provide pro bono representation to crime victims, refer cases for pro bono representation, stay up-to-date on relevant case law, and more!