The Victims of Crime Advocacy (VOCA) Program is funded by the Criminal Justice Planning Agency under the banner of the CNMI Governor’s Office. Funds for this program are derived from perpetrators of crime in the form of Sub-grants. Sub-grantees of this program follow the policies for which this program was created.
The primary purpose of the VOCA grant is to support the provision of services to all victims of crime in the CNMI.
Services include response to the emotional and physical needs of crime victims, help for primary & secondary victims of crime stabilize their lives after victimization, assistance of victims to understand and participate in the criminal justice system, and to provide victims of crime with a measure of safety and security.
Counseling Services available to Victims of Crime include:
- Secondary Trauma
- Domestic Violence
- Panic Disorders
- Suicide Ideation
- Sexual Abuse
- Drug Abuse
Times of Services
- WALK-IN: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.
- BY APPOINTMENT: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, during normal working hours
For more information, call the Family Clinic Center (FCC) during normal working hours and connect to Psychiatry Department at 234-8950 ext. 3311
Counseling Psychologist: Wilma Villanueva, MA, IMF
Clinical Psychologist: Nadine Sablan, MPA, PhD
Administration Assistant: Kit Iguel
We adhere to the Federal HIPPA policy and policies of the hospital regarding confidentiality.