Crime Victims Compensation Fund Program
The Crime Victims Compensation Board decides compensation claims from survivors of violent crime who have no other resources to pay for the medical, funeral, mental health counseling, and dental or corrective lens expenses resulting from the crime. Assistance can also include lost wages of the survivor or loss of support for someone dependent on the victim. When awarded, payments are made directly to service providers or can be reimbursements to victims or Claimants. The Board's goal is to provide not only the above-mentioned assistance, but also to show empathy to survivors during a particularly traumatic time.
FAQs for Crime Victims Compensation
How to file a claim
Documents to include
CVCB Claim Form
Employment Verification Form
Mental Health Counselor's Report
Crime Victims Application Information
- Please read "How to file a claim" and "Documents to include" before completing.
- Enter all requested information for each section.
- If you need assistance in filling out the claim application or if you need a paper copy, contact the Board's office at 502-782-8255.