Division of Criminal Justice’s Victims of Crime Act: The Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Program funds projects that provide direct services to crime victims. VOCA grant funding is derived from the United States Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime, who distribute grant funding to states based on fines and penalties levied against criminals convicted of federal crimes.
Colorado Department of Human Service’s Domestic Violence Program: The mission of DVP is to partner with communities to promote the safety and well-being of domestic violence survivors and prevent domestic violence through good stewardship of funding resources and the advancement of quality programming. The vision of DVP is to promote and sustain a culture free of domestic violence for all Coloradans.
DVP is committed to serving Colorado community-based domestic violence advocacy programs and survivors without prejudice regarding level of income, actual or perceived sex, including gender identity, gender expression, religious beliefs, actual or perceived sexual orientation, immigration status, age, race, creed, ethnicity, color, national origin, marital status, spoken language, disability, or military status or any other factor. DVP is dedicated to funding programs that are committed to creating an environment that is accessible, culturally relevant, and trauma-informed for all domestic violence survivors and their families.
Victim Assistance and law Enforcement Program: The Local Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement (VALE) Program provides grant funding to agencies that provide services to crime victims within Local Judicial Districts (PDF) based on money collected from certain crimes. These funds are collected and used for grants to agencies that provide services to crime victims within the local judicial district from which the surcharge was imposed. The Initiative received VALE funding from 1st , 2nd, 17th, 18th, and 20th Judicial Districts.