Crime Victim Assistance Referral Form
Please note: This page is for Victim Advocates serving law enforcement, counts, and/or nonprofit organizations within the 18th Judicial District of Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert, and Lincoln counties only.
The IFCS Victim’s Assistance Program has changed. We highly suggest all advocates review the outline below for details. Applications that do not adhere to the guidelines will not be accepted.
- Victim Advocates may complete this form to apply for financial assistance on behalf of their client.
- IFCS staff will work directly with victim’s advocates to determine eligibility, financial assistance to be provided, and payment.
- The Victim’s Assistance Program is operating on a quarterly budget. Applications may be denied if all funds have been expended for the budgeted term. Denied applicants must reapply once funding is available.
Eligibility for 2022-2023 Grant Year:
- The criminal act occurred within the 18th Judicial District and,
- The crime has been reported to law enforcement and has a case number and,
- The incident occurred less than 6 months from the application date and,
- The applicant can demonstrate that financial need is crime related and,
- The applicant is requesting vendor-direct payment and,
- The referral for service was completed by a Colorado Victim Advocate and,
- The applicant has a financial assistance request outside the parameters of COVA VOCA funding.
Setting Priority Levels for the 2022-2023 Grant Year:
- Applicants living in the IFCS financial programs service area of western Arapahoe county covering Centennial, Englewood, Glendale, Greenwood Village, Littleton, Sheridan, and unincorporated areas of western Arapahoe county and,
- Applicants scoring in crisis or vulnerable in the Safety, Food, Housing and Family/Social Relations domains as set by the modified version of the Arizona Self-Sufficiency Matrix.