Resources for Crime Victims


Most cities and counties have specialized victim advocates that help victims of all crimes and are located within their police department or prosecutor’s office. If you are interested in speaking to a specialized victim advocate, call your city or county or 211.

Domestic Violence Resources

Utah Domestic Violence LINKline: 1-800-897-LINK (5465)

Find a Domestic Violence Service Provider in Your Area

Sexual Assault Resources

Utah Sexual Assault Crisis Line: 1-888-421-1100

Find a Sexual Assault Service Provider in Your Area

You Are A Survivor (Mobile Application Download)

Child Abuse Resources

Utah Child Abuse Reporting Hotline: 1-855-323-3237

The purpose of Children’s Justice Centers is to provide a comfortable, neutral, child-friendly atmosphere for children to receive coordinated services during the child abuse investigative process. 

Find a Children’s Justice Center in Your Area

Family Support Centers provide 24-hour crisis & respite nursery, information and referral service, and parenting and youth education programs. 

Find a Family Support Center in Your Area

Legal Services for Crime Victims

The Utah Crime Victims Legal Clinic provides free legal representation to crime victims when their rights are at stake. The clinic is available to serve victims of all types of crime and has a statewide focus (subject to screening process). 

Utah Legal Services provides assistance with protective orders, stalking injunctions, housing, and divorce/custody issues (income restrictions may apply). 

The Legal Aid Society of SLC provides assistance with protective orders, stalking injunctions, housing, and divorce/custody issues to residents of Salt Lake County (income restrictions may apply)

Timpanogos Legal Center provides assistance with legal documents as well as online and hotline legal advice

Utah Homicide Survivors provides pro bono legal representation in the probate, family, and civil courts to families whose loved ones were murdered. 

Catholic Community Services provides legal assistance and consultation services to those in need of immigration services. 

Holy Cross Ministries provides legal assistance and consultation services to those in need of immigration services. 

Other Resources

Victim Information and Notification (VINE) is a free, secure, and confidential way to access criminal case information and custody status. Register for notifications and stay informed. 

211 Information and Referral provides resources for employment, housing, legal, mental health, medical, education, and more.

Utah Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK(8255)

Utah Adult Protective Services 

Utah Attorney General’s Office Identity Theft Program 

The Asian Association of Utah provides vital services to refugees and immigrants in Utah. 

The Urban Indian Center provides resources to support and develop accessible, culturally competent healthcare programs and services for the whole family. 

The Utah Pride Center unites, empowers and celebrates Utah’s diverse LGBTQ+ community by providing a safe and welcome space for education, partnership, service and events which advance collective health, wellness and success.

Cherish Families provides outreach services and support, such as peer mentoring and victim advocacy services, to families of polygamist communities.

Holding out HELP provides those from a polygamous culture the care, support and resources to become independent and self-sufficient.