Information and Forms
If you think your abuser is tracking what you do online, you’re probably right. Learn more about internet and computer safety. Find helpful articles, free court forms, and other resources related to sexual assault by following the links below.
3 Steps to Take After Sexual Assault
Learn what you can do after a sexual assault, including a hotline to help walk you through the process of getting help at your own pace.
What is a Sexual Assault Forensic Exam?
You may choose to have a sexual assault forensic exam, sometimes known as a “rape kit,” to preserve possible DNA evidence and receive important medical care. Learn what you can do to prepare, how long it takes, and why you should consider getting a sexual assault forensic exam.
Forensic Rape Examination Payment Program
The Forensic Rape Examination Payment Program can help rape victims pay for the necessary medical exam. Find answers to frequently asked questions about the program. Download a Reimbursement Claim Form for the medical exam.
Address Confidentiality Program
Learn how to keep your address safe from an abuser. This site includes general information about the Address Confidentiality Program, checklist, and application.
Montana Crime Victim Legal Assistance Network (MT VLAN)
MT VLAN is a statewide civil legal assistance network that provides services to crime victims around the state of Montana.
Montana Office for Victim Services
The goal of the Office of Victim Services is to provide tools and information to help crime victims recover from their experience and provide them with a range of services available.
Crime Victim Advocates
Crime victim advocates provide free, confidential help and services to crime victims throughout Montana.
Order of Protection Frequently Asked Questions
Learn about Orders of Protection in Montana, how to get one, how to prepare for court, and what to do after your hearing.
10 Things to Know about Criminal No Contact Orders in Montana
Learn 10 things that you should know about criminal No Contact Orders, and how they are different from an Order of Protection or civil No Contact Order.