"Your First Call In Restoring Peace of Mind"

  • Crime, Trauma & Death Scene Cleanup
  • ​Emergency Board Up
  • Home Invasion Cleanup
  • Blood Cleanup 
  • ​C-Diff Cleanup​ 
  • Clandestine Labs
  • Hoarding Cleanup
  • Fecal Cleanup: Animal/Human
  • Industrial Accident Cleanup
  • Odor Removal
  • Vehicle Decontamination and Cleanup
  • Tear Gas Removal 
  • Bio Waste Pick-up & Removal


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When faced with a horrific event, many times police and public safety will advice you from reentering the property due to the horrific nature of the aftermath.  Some detectives, coroners or medical examiners will provide a list of providers in your area. This list as well as searches on the internet are for providers that have not been screened or vetted. 

So, could you be possibly:

  • Letting a convicted felon into your home? 
  • Is the company properly insured?  If their employee gets injured will you have to pay for their medical expenses? 
  • Does the company drug screen or background check their employees?

This has happened many times in the past where valuables do and can go missing.  Due to the current crisis, you may not notice anything missing for weeks or months.

We are here in an attempt to avert  Predatory Practices from unethical business practices.

#250 Victim Services is part of the BioPTO (Bio Professional Organization).  To become a member in good standing the owner(s) of the the company have to go through a background check, drug screening and provide a Certificate of Insurance on their company to show that they have General Liability, Workers Compensation, Bonding as well as a relationship with a reputable company to handle their RTW (Regulated Trauma Waste).

Our goal is to keep you and the consumer from being re-victimized.

From Any Mobile Device Just Dial #250

The Solution

The Problem 

 Trauma Property Owners

Bill of Rights

  • You have the right to have a professional service provider that is trained in trauma cleaning practices to remediate your home.  This company should have a servant’s heart to recognize what you and your family are going through.
  • You have the right to see the company’s credentials for their training, insurance coverages (GL / WC), bonding as well as any state permitting and licensing that may be required. 
  • You have the right to receive a written estimate for services which should include a scope of work.
  • You have the right to know if insurance may or may not be a possibility for coverage and what the extent of coverages may include for both structure and contents.    
  • You have the right to terminate services at any time. 

1. Dial #250 From

    Any Mobile Device.

2. Say..... 

    "Victim Services"

3. Connected to a 

Screened and Vetted

Service Provider

In Your Area.