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Source: US State of Vermont

U.S. Attorney Christina E. Nolan announced today improvements to her office’s Victim Resource Guide. Victims and their supporters can now access a directory of assistance-related resources at  This guide provides a central listing of the valuable resources and services available to assist victims of crime in Vermont. Previously available in booklet form and posted on the U.S. Attorney’s Office website, this comprehensive guide has now transitioned to an interactive online format. This new format allows users to search and filter fields, providing victims faster access to a more comprehensive list of services. 

“Our state is home to an amazing array of dedicated providers of victim services,” stated U.S. Attorney Nolan.  “This resource guide will help ensure that victims can timely locate providers to support them in their recovery from the trauma of crime.  My office is extremely grateful for the vital services offered by these community partners.” 
The Victim Resource Guide represents much of what Vermont has to offer victims of crime seeking help and assistance. Please contact Aimee Stearns, Victim/Witness Coordinator – U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Vermont, to add a service or resource, or update the information listed in the guide. Please contact her by email at

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