Victim's Assistance


Victim's Assistance

The Morgan County Victim Assistance program is a law enforcement based program with advocates on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We provide services to all crime victims that fall into the Victims Rights Amendment. An advocate is available to assist victims from the time the crime is reported through the final disposition of the case.

The services provided are on-scene crisis intervention, assistance in filling out victim compensation, safety plans, referrals to counseling and other resources, assistance in filing civil protection orders, and court room advocacy. The Morgan County Victim Assistance program also responds to suicides, and we assist in death notifications.
We treat all victims with dignity, respect and compassion. If you or someone you know is a victim of a crime, please call the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office.


Crimes Covered by Victims Rights Act

VINE: Victim Information and Notification Everyday

Victim Compensation

13th Judicial District Victim Services Unit


eVAC Card

eVAC Card-English

eVAC Card (Spanish)

eVAC Card (Spanish)


Victim's Services

Due to limited resources in our rural areas of Colorado we have created a list of various agencies throughout our district and the metro area that may be of assistance to you in your time of need.


Domestic Violence

Food/Clothing/Rental Assistance

Grief and Loss

Human Trafficking

Legal Services

Mental Health


Parenting or Teen Concerns

Senior Resources

Sexual Assault

Suicide Prevention

Victim Services

Victim Compensation

  • Office of the District Attorney - 13th Judicial District - Crime Victims Compensation 970-542-3473

For more information on the above resources, please contact one of the following victim advocates within the
13th Judicial District: (Serving the counties of Kit Carson, Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington & Yuma):