The Crime Victim Advocate (CVA) office provides free and confidential services to survivors of violent crime, including information, opportunities, advocacy, and support, especially in the civil criminal justice system processes.  On behalf of victims, they act as liaisons between victims and a variety of justice system departments and personnel.

Jenny Daniel supervises the CVA program in Missoula.  In today's program Jenny shares what the CVA does and a perspective on what makes victims reluctant to come forward.  Listen here... 

The Crime Victim Advocate office's Frequently Asked Questions include: What is a Temporary Order of Protection?  What is domestic violence?  What is stalking?  And, what is sexual assault?  Find the answers to these questions and other valuable information at the CVA website.