Victim Justice Program

He was confident because his firm belief was there was no one to defend the immigrant like me. I refused to believe and sought for justice. I was right. You proved I was right and he was wrong.... I’m going to start a new life and move on from oblivion. It will never eat me up again. I can never thank you enough.
— VJP Client

If you have been the victim of domestic violence, assault, or another violent crime, the Clinic is here to help. 
The Victim Justice Program (VJP) helps victims of violent crime with immigration matters, family law issues, and more. Clients are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, armed robbery, and other crimes. Whether you are a man, woman, or child, the Clinic can help you gain immediate and long-term safety and stability.

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Please note family law (divorce/child custody/support) representation is only available through certain Victim Justice Program partner referrals. Please contact Indianapolis Legal Aid SocietyIndiana Legal Services, or the local bar association to find an attorney to represent you in a family law dispute.

If you are a victim of crime and are in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1. If you are the victims of intimate partner violence, sexual violence or stalking and would like supportive advocacy services or legal support on a Title IX* proceeding, please contact the Julian Center at (317) 920-9320 for more information.

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