Due to the on-going response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the First Judicial District’s CVC Program Board meeting locations are determined on a month-to-month basis.
Decisions are based on current CDH guidelines for the health and safety of the participants. Meetings may be held virtually via Microsoft Teams and/or in-person on a limited basis.
Any person(s) interested in attending a CVC Board meeting may contact the CVC Program Administrator at [email protected] to be included either virtually or in-person as an attendee. Thank you.
The Crime Victim Compensation Program provides funds to pay for medical expenses, therapy, loss of income and burial expenses for victims of violent crime. The money, distributed by a three-member board of community citizens, comes from fines assessed to convicted defendants.
The District Attorney’s Office administers the program, which also covers replacement and repair costs for doors, windows, locks or other security devices on residential property.
If you are a victim, please call 303-271-6846 or e-mail [email protected] with any questions.
Mental Health Professionals
Below are the policies and standard forms for mental health professionals interested in working with the First Judicial District’s Crime Victim Compensation program.