Request a time to meet with an UND advocate. Your meeting will be confirmed via email after you submit the request form.
Advocacy Meeting Request Form
Information that you give to us about yourself and others, including names, addresses, or other information, is completely confidential, unless you consent to disclose information about you or your dependents.
There are some exceptions, however, under North Dakota law. In order to protect your rights, we would like to inform you of those exceptions in which we are required to disclose information:
- The agent, employee, or volunteer operating a domestic violence or sexual assault program determines the disclosure of the information necessary for the efficient and safe operation of a domestic violence or sexual assault program; or for the protection of the safety of an employee, agent, volunteer, or client of a domestic violence or sexual assault program; or for the protection of a third party reasonably thought to be in need of protection;
- A court of competent jurisdiction orders the disclosure after an in camera review and a written finding by the court that the information directly and specifically relates to a determination of child abuse and neglect under chapter 50-25.1 or termination of parental rights under sections 14-15-19, 27-20-44, 27-20-45, 27-20-46, 27-20-47, and 27-20-48; or
- An agent employee, or volunteer working with domestic violence or sexual assault program has knowledge or reasonable cause to suspect a child has been abused or neglected as defined by section 50-25.1-02.
It is the policy of the CVIC not to discriminate against its employees, prospective employees, clients, or prospective clients on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, perceived or actual sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, status with regard to public assistance, physical or mental disability, religious belief, age, country of residence, or individuals who may have, or is perceived to have, the HIV virus or AIDS. It is also the policy of the CVIC not to discriminate against crime victims because they disagree with the way that the state is prosecuting the criminal case.