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Our Services

NOVA provides a continuum of programs to meet individual needs including but not limited to: a 24-7 victim hotline, SANE services in area hospitals, forensic interviews for children who have been sexually or physical abused, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy provided in office, home or schools, legal advocacy and support through the criminal justice system. In addition, NOVA provides prevention education and professional training in schools, the community and through continuing education conferences.

Get Help

If you or someone you love is the victim of a crime, we are here to help. Our trained hotline staff and volunteers are available 24 hours a day to provide support.

Get Educated

NOVA offers personal safety educational programs to children and youth, adults, seniors and individuals with disabilities in schools, community centers and professional settings in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Get Involved

There are many ways to make a difference! NOVA depends greatly on the support from the community and individuals like you. There are many opportunities to share your time, talents and dollars. Find out how you can help today.

Donate

Contributions from various donators are important in helping NOVA continue to provide services to victims and their families in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. You can invest in your community by supporting NOVA’s essential victim services with your donation.

COVID-19: Important Update on Services

During this difficult time, Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) staff will be working remotely and will continue to serve clients and the community.

Learn more about how direct services and prevention programs will be provided

Note: If you are in imminent danger or experiencing an emergency, please dial 911

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COVID-19: Important Update on Services

During this difficult time, Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) staff will be working remotely and will continue to serve clients and the community.
Learn more about how direct services and prevention programs will be provided

Note: If you are in imminent danger or experiencing an emergency, please dial 911