The Victims of Crime Treatment Center
The Victims of Crime Treatment Center is dedicated to helping victims heal through the use of evidence-based psychological services.
Our services are provided at no cost to victims.
The Victims of Crime Treatment Center is supported by the Federal Justice Department Victims of Crime grant to the State of Nevada Division of Child and Family Services.
Sexual Assault Services
Sexual abuse and assault are tremendous problems within our community. These experiences affect the lives of victims and their families, often causing a great deal of psychological and emotional distress. The Victims of Crime Treatment Center provides a broad range of psychological services for children, parents, and adults. The services we offer are all evidence-based. Click here to learn more about evidence-based treatments: We do not offer psychiatric services as we do not have a psychiatrist on staff although we would be happy to provide referrals as appropriate.
We provide thorough assessment, evaluation, and psychotherapy for children who have been sexually or physically abused. Treatment for children emphasizes the collaboration and involvement of non-offending parents.
We provide psychotherapy and support services for non-offending parents of abused children.
We provide thorough assessment, evaluation, and psychotherapy for adults who have been sexually abused as children and/or sexually assaulted as adults.
Domestic Violence Services
If you are the victim of domestic violence, which includes physical, sexual and emotional abuse, you are not alone! We provide evidence-based therapy and if needed, we can help connect you with legal and support services in the community.
Domestic Violence Group
We offer a skills group for victims of domestic violence. These groups are dedicated to empowering women through providing skills and support to recover from abuse and for creating an abuse free life.
If you think you may have a psychiatric emergency, call your mental health provider or 911 immediately. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255.
The information presented or linked to on this web site is made available for educational purposes only and is not meant to serve as medical advice or to replace consultation with your physician or mental health professional. Information about diagnosis and treatment that appears on this site should not be used to diagnose or treat a mental health problem without consulting a qualified mental health care provider. For specific information and advice about your personal questions or concerns, you are advised to consult a mental health care professional. This web site contains health-related materials that are sexually explicit. If you find these materials offensive, you may not want to use our site. No official endorsement by the U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) or the State of Nevada Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) for the information on this web site is intended or should be inferred. The views and opinions expressed on this site do not necessarily reflect those of the University of Nevada, Reno or its Department of Psychology.
The Victims of Crime Treatment Center is supported by the Federal Justice Department Victims of Crime grant to the State of Nevada Division of Child and Family Services. This publication was supported by the Nevada State Division of Child and Family Services through Grant Number 2016-VA-GX-0076 from VOCA Victim Assistance funding. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Division nor the U.S Department of Justice.7-5