Arkansas State Police Child Abuse
Homicide: Parents Against Murdered Children
Homicide: Centers for Healing Hearts & Spirits
Women and Children First
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
(800) 799-SAFE (7233)
National Human Trafficking Resource Center
Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault
RAINN Hotline (800) 656-4673
For a list of domestic violence service providers, visit the Arkansas Coalition
Against Domestic Violence website, which includes a map of coalition shelter locations in Arkansas
detailed contact information for each organization.
Find A Shelter
A Crime Victim's Guide to the Justice System in Arkansas, a service provided by the Arkansas Crime Information Center, was created to assist victims of crime to have a better understanding of the Arkansas criminal justice system so victims are more able to exercise their rights. It is also designed to inform victims of services available to them throughout the state including shelter, cash assistance, counseling and private support organizations. This guide is not intended as a legal reference or to provide legal advice. Victims’ Rights laws and an explanation of the court process is provided in the Crime Victims’ Guide Book.Go to the Crime Victims Guide
"As a survivor of vehicular assault, I know violence is about control. I have high hopes that Laura's
card will educate and empower victims and their families. Information and available resources help
victims take back their lives. Victims and their families are entitled to rights and resources that
will assist them in their journey to recovery. It is my hope that tragedy will be turned to triumph,
and victims will become victors."
Victims’ Rights Arkansas gratefully acknowledges the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime, for allowing us to reproduce, in whole the Volunteer for Victims Award Recipient video of Laura Abbott.