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.



Since 2006, the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE) has existed to end sexual exploitation in Cook County, IL, and since 2009, CAASE has done its work by providing free and comprehensive legal services for survivors of sexual violation—including by representing those victimized within the context of the criminal justice system.

LAS - RISE Clinic


Under the RISE Project, Legal Aid Service of Broward County (LAS) and its project partner, Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida (CCLA), provide victims of crime in Broward County, FL. with access to legal representation to assert and seek enforcement of their rights in criminal cases, pursuant to Amendment 6 of the Florida Constitution, known as Marsy’s Law.  These rights include, for example:



The Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence (MCEDSV) has been on the forefront of demanding dignity for victims for more than forty years.  Under the RISE Project, MCEDSV’s Survivor Law Clinic seeks to make crime victims’ rights more meaningful for all Michigan victims.

MT VLAN - Rural Site


In 2017, Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) became one of three recipients of a subgrant from NCVLI’s Increasing Rural Access through Technology Project (Rural Project) Grant No. 2017-VF-GX-K130, funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime.

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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!