Victims of Crimes Act (VOCA)

We at CLIA are delighted to announce that we have received the Nebraska Crime Commission federal grant under the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) to empower immigrants that have been victims of crime. With VOCA, we can now provide mental health services along with legal immigration assistance that we have been able to provide for two decades. This is especially important because it further allows us to help the survivors who have suffered atrocities by safeguarding them from any legal immigration repercussions they may face. Together we can all stand with the survivors and empower them to come forward with the abuse they have endured with comfort and support while reducing the negative stigma often associated with these heartbreaking situations.

Mental Health Help:

One on one and group sessions in English and Spanish are available. Please call for other languages.

Legal Immigration Help:

Free Immigration assistance in partnership with mental health services

How to get help

If you are a victim of a crime, survivor of domestic violence, a refugee, or asylee you may qualify for both services. Please fill out the appropriate general or a domestic violence intake to see if you qualify for free services

in partnership with

Latino Spanish Speaking Therapy Group