- Victim Rights
- Apply For Legal Services
SCVAN is dedicated to providing holistic legal services to crime victims throughout the judicial process. Services include legal consultations and representation, safety planning, assistance in navigating the court process, and access to local, statewide, and national resources. If you would like to add your organization to our resource directory, send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The South Carolina Victims' Bill of Rights was passed on January 22, 1998, as a constitutional amendment. Review those enumerated rights here.
View resources on how to obtain language assistance. We have also included several resources found on our website in four other languages: German, Spanish, French, and Mandarin.
Learn about SCVAN's ongoing services in the midst of COVID-19 and COVID-specific resources for victims and service providers.
For the intake process, we must communicate directly with the victim, not a third party. However, if you would like to provide some information about the victim in advance, you may do so through this form.
We provide trainings and education to victim service providers, law enforcement, prosecutors, attorneys, judges, and students.