Founded in 1977, the National Association of Crime Victim Compensation Boards promotes an exchange of information and ideas through a nationwide network of victim compensation programs. The Association advances better methods for serving crime victims through various training and technical assistance activities, helping its members establish sound administrative practices, achieve fiscal stability, and engage in effective outreach, communication and advocacy.

The Association maintains an executive office near Washington, D.C. from which it works actively to provide support to its members and represent their interests. NACVCB, P.O. Box 16003, Alexandria, VA 22302.