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  • YX Victims/Survivors 516

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    Individuals who have suffered physical injury, emotional distress and/or loss of property as the result of an actual or attempted criminal offense by another person or through a destructive act of nature.

  • YX-0300 Abused Adults 221

    Individuals age 18 and older who have been subjected to a persistent pattern behavior in which one intimate partner uses physical violence, coercion, threats, intimidation, isolation and emotional, sexual, or economic abuse to control the other partner in a relationship. Stalking or other harassing behavior is often an integral part of the pattern. Abusers may include caregivers, spouses, intimate partners or other family members.

  • YX-0500 Abused Children 190

    Individuals younger than age 18 who have been subjected to a persistent pattern of violence and/or neglect which may include emotional abuse, emotional deprivation, physical abuse and corporal punishment that results in a traumatic condition, physical neglect and/or inadequate supervision, and/or sexual abuse or exploitation.

  • YX-1500 Crime Victims 179

    Individuals who have suffered injury or loss of property because of the illegal actions of another.

  • YX-1550 Crime Witnesses 2

    Individuals who have been traumatized by having seen a crime or having to participate in the criminal justice process.

  • YX-1800 Disaster Victims 11

    Individuals who have suffered physical injury or loss of property due to a sudden calamitous event of natural or human origin such as a fire, flood, hurricane, tornado, earthquake or outbreak of war or civil unrest.

  • YX-8000 Sexual Harassment Victims 6

    Individuals who have been subjected to unwanted sexual advances, requests for sexual favors or other conduct of a sexual nature including sexually-explicit language or jokes when they must submit to such conduct as an explicit or implicit condition of employment, passing a course or obtaining benefits or treatment to which they are entitled; when submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for decisions affecting the individual; or when such conduct interferes with an individual's performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment.