Victim Service Providers

Victims and their families may experience physical, financial, and emotional trauma in the aftermath of a violent crime. The Crime Victims' Compensation (CVC) Program provides financial reimbursement of expenses associated with these injuries along with the invaluable assistance of victim service providers. To expedite the reimbursement process, information is provided in this section for service providers to assist in the completion of documentation and billing.

The CVC Program does not maintain preferred provider lists; victims and their families select the service providers they want to use based on their collateral sources (such as medical insurance) and location. The CVC Program is not an insurance program.

Service Providers may also receive information from our "Provider Support Line" at 800-983-9933 during standard business hours or may register for our remote access service to determine bill status electronically.

Revised: May 07 2010
CVS Update CVS Update - the Crime Victim Services Division E-newsletter CVS Materials Order Form
Contact Information:
Crime Victims' Compensation
P.O. Box 12198
Austin, Texas 78711-2198
1-800-983-9933 (state-wide) 1-512-936-1200 (in Austin)
1-512-936-1800 (FAX)
crimevictims@texasattorneygeneral.gov Address Confidentiality Program, MC-069
P O Box 12199
Austin, Tx 78711-2199
512-936-1750
888-832-2322 TexasAttorneyGeneral.gov