Victim Assistance Information

Mission Statement

To assist victims of crime by providing them with empathy and respect, current and timely information, and ongoing support and assistance.

Who We Serve

We serve all victims of crime that occurred in Lincoln County, Oregon.

What We Do

Information

  • Provide information about your rights as a victim
  • Provide specific and current information regarding your case
  • Assist with Crime Victims Compensation applications, which can be downloaded from www.doj.state.or.us/CrimeV/comp.htm

Assistance

  • Assist in getting your property returned
  • Assist with determining restitution amounts

Advocates

  • Accompany you in the courtroom
  • Provide emotional support
  • Provide current information about your case
  • Provide referrals to social service agencies, professional counselors or other community resources
Contact Us
Victims Advocates
Main Victim Assistance Line (541) 265-3462
Motoko Buehn - Part-time Victims' Advocate (541) 265-0262
Susanne Bear- Full-time Victims' Advocate (541) 265-0267
Marcia Thompson - Supervisor & Victims' Advocate (541) 265-0265

 

Other Resources

Lincoln County CASA

Community volunteers called Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteer to step into courtrooms on behalf of abused and neglected children.
Tel: 541-265-3116

Children's Advocacy Center (CAC)

Children's Advocacy Center is a child abuse assessment & intervention facility, which provides victim services, advocacy, and counseling in a neutral, warm, and supportive environment.
Tel: 541-574-0841

My Sister's Place (MSP)

My Sisters' Place provides shelter, assistance, and advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Tel: 541-574-9424, 541-994-5959 or 1-800-841-8325