The Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) program at the ACCESS Community Health and Research Center provides services and assistance survivors of crime. The program serves Southeast Michigan counties including Wayne, Macomb and Oakland counties. The program assists clients with mental health recovery and justice by providing counseling, psychiatric services, case management, transitional housing, and legal services.
The primary purpose of VOCA program is to support the services to survivors of crime throughout southeast Michigan.
Individual, family, and group therapy
The program serves survivors in the Southeast Michigan counties including Wayne, Macomb and Oakland counties:
Department of Justice; Victims of Crime Act, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and the Office of Violence against Women.
Semaa Shlebah, Supervisor, Victims of Crime Act Program
Nagham Dabaja, Behavioral Health Coordinator
Fatima Boussi, Clinician/intake specialist
*All staff members are licensed by the State of Michigan.
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