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NON-PROFIT
RESOURCES
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Whether you need a place to go or people to speak with, these organizations strive to be advocates and allies for you. With a wide range of support available,

You Are Not Alone.

Crime Survivors Resource Center

Crime Survivors promotes awareness, advocates for rights, focuses on prevention, and prioritizes healing with critical support, empowerment, resources and information.

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2-1-1 OC

2-1-1 provides databases of resources for health and human services and support in areas such as housing, domestic violence, legal services, food and health assistance, and much more.

The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) can help pay bills and expenses that result from violent crime, those injured or have been threatened with injury may be eligible for help.

CalVCB

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2-1-1 LA

2-1-1 provides databases of resources for health and human services and support in areas such as housing, domestic violence, legal services, food and health assistance, and much more.

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1800Victims

The Victims of Crime Resource Center operates California’s confidential, toll-free1-800-VICTIMS line, providing information and referrals statewide to victims, their families, victim service providers, and victim advocates.

Waymakers

Waymakers offers assistance, counseling, basic needs, referral services, and guidance through the criminal justice system throughout Orange County.

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Los Angeles Bureau of Victim Services

The Bureau of Victim Services provides essential services to crime victims and witnesses in Los Angeles County. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is committed to helping victims of crime and protecting their rights.

The Victim Assistance Program is dedicated to serving crime victims in LA with helpful victim advocates located throughout the city. For immediate help, call 213-978-4537.

City Attorney's Victim Assistance

For more non-profit organizations that may offer a different variety of emergency resources, please contact the Crime Survivors Resource Center.