Crime Victim Assistance
(517) 439-1419

Crime Victim Services Commission  |  Victim Information (VINE)  |  Domestic Harmony

 

There are programs in your area that provide emergency and medical services such as:

  • Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
  • Community Action Agency
  • Salvation Army
  • Hillsdale Hospital

 

The Crime Victim Services Commission is a program which helps pay out-out-of pocket medical expenses, lost earnings, funeral bills or financial support for people who suffer physical injury as a direct result of a crime.

Crime Victim Services Commission
320 South Walnut
Lansing, MI
48913 (517) 373-7373


Victim Information (VINE) MI-VINE is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information about the custody status of their offender. They can register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when the offender’s custody status changes. 

Michigan VINE Online
 MI-VINE

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(800) 770-7657


Domestic Harmony provides information about emergency shelter, counseling services, and the legal rights of domestic violence victims.

Domestic Harmony
(517)439-1454
(888)439-1454

Your legal rights include the right to go to court and file a petition requesting a personal protection order to protect you or other members of your household from domestic abuse, which could restrain or enjoin the abuser from the following:

  • Entering on the premises
  • Assaulting, attacking, beating, molesting or wounding you
  • Threatening to kill or physically injure you or another person
  • Removing minor children from you, except otherwise authorized by a custody or parenting time order issued by a court of competent jurisdiction
  • Engaging in stalking behaviors
  • Purchasing or possessing a firearm
  • Interfering with your efforts to remove your children or personal property from premises solely owned or leased by the abuser
  • Interfering with your place of employment or education or engaging in conduct that impairs your employment relationship or your employment or educational environment
  • Engaging in any other specific act or conduct that imposes upon or interferes with your personal liberty or that causes a reasonable apprehension of violence