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 Apply for crime victims compensation
 Obtain counseling services
 Contact a victim advocate
 Create a safety plan
 Obtain resources that I might need as a crime victim
 View the Crime Victims Bill of Rights
 View Resources, Rights, and Options document (Title IX)

 Victim Advocate

The Victim Services program aims to assist students, faculty and staff with the​​ traumatizing consequences of being a victim of a crime, even if the crime occurred off campus. We also assist citizens and visitors of this community if they have been victimized while visiting the Texas A&M community.

Appointments can be scheduled by phone and the advocate is available to talk from the hours of 8am – 5pm. Walk-ins can be taken if the advocate is available.​​​​​


 Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center
 Human Resources Employee Assistance Program
 Student Counseling Services
 Texas A&M Counseling Assessment Clinic
 Women's Resource Center
 Report Bullying, Hate, Bias Incidents
 "Tell Somebody"
 Brazos Valley Counseling Services
 Every Victim, Every Time Crime Victim Conference
 Mothers Against Drunk Driving
 Scotty's House Brazos Valley Child Advocacy Center
 Sexual Assault Resource Center
 Twin City Mission Domestic Violence Services & Shelter
 Voices for Children
Jessica Laney
Victim Advocate