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[CLOSED] Urge Congress to Fix VOCA Now

Catastrophic Cuts to the Victims of Crime Act Fund Jeopardize Victim Safety and Stability

Survivors are navigating the pandemic, economic hardship, and domestic violence simultaneously. Local victim services agencies are there to help – but they too are facing the consequences of the economic downturn. The Victims of Crime Act (VOCA), the largest source of federal funding for domestic and sexual violence services in the country, has faced dangerous cuts over the last few years and is facing even more catastrophic cuts now. 

Now is the time to save VOCA! Urge your Members of Congress to act now to support the VOCA Fix, which will restore victim services funding and ensure survivors in crisis have the help they need.

Thank you for addressing the needs of survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence, and stalking during this difficult time.