The Victim Bill of Rights makes sure you are provided with necessary information.

Victim/Witness Information will help you locate programs. Each district attorney’s office has within in it a victim/witness assistance program that may be able to help you.

The state attorney general's office also serves victims and witnesses in a variety of ways. See Resources for Victims or Victims of Violent Crime .

In addition, there are many other resources that may be available to assist in getting counseling, compensation, and to help with court appearances. Two sources of assistance are listed below:

Victim Rights Law Center
115 Broad St., 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02110
Phone: (617) 399-6720
Fax: (617) 399-6722
www.victimrights.org

For more information, see Mass. Law About Victims and Witnesses of Crimes

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