MOVA is the designated administrator of Victim of Crime Act (VOCA), SAFEPLAN and Drunk Driving Trust Fund (DDTF) funds in Massachusetts.
Established in 1984 with the enactment of the Commonwealth's first Victim Bill of Rights, MOVA strives to ensure access to equitable services across the Commonwealth.
MOVA’s strategic plan lays out the work the agency will prioritize during a three-year timeframe. The plan is ambitious, victim and survivor-centered, and represents the diversity of voices and perspectives of victim, survivor, and provider communities across the Commonwealth.
Governing Board of MOVA
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MOVA drives public policy and legislative advocacy on both the state and federal levels to promote the rights of crime victims in Massachusetts.
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Here's where you can find MOVA's non-discrimination statements and the complaint form for discrimination or unfair/unequal treatment.