MAC member programs provide the following services:

  • Crisis intervention
  • Emergency services
  • Support services
  • Court-related services
  • Legal resources
  • Community education
  • Victim advocacy
  • Referrals
  • Assistance requesting restitution
  • Assistance applying for reparations

Not all MAC member programs provide the same services, but they are all committed to upholding the rights of victims and witnesses of crime in Minnesota.

MAC members include:

  • Community advocacy programs
  • System-based victim service programs such as county attorney’s office victim/witness programs
  • Law enforcement-based victim service programs
  • Tribal victim service programs
  • Culturally specific programs
  • Programs that serve victims of multiple types of crime (for example: a program that serves general crime and sexual assault victims)
  • Allied non-direct service programs
  • Individuals committed to supporting crime victims
  • Urban, suburban and rural programs


Fiscal Year 2024 Member Programs

Become a MAC member:

Join more than 90 member organizations throughout Minnesota as we connect systems, service providers, and victims to advance the response for victims of all crime.

If you’re interested in becoming a member of the Minnesota Alliance on Crime, go to the MAC Membership page.