If you are a victim of one of the following crimes, you may be eligible for
Victims of Crime funding
for Mental Health Services.
Our Counselors can help you apply for Victims of Crime Services.
- Assault with a Deadly Weapon
- Sexual Assault
- Terrorist Threat
- Human Trafficking
- Child Abuse/Molestation
- Domestic Violence
- Vehicular Offenses: DUI, Hit and Run, Vehicular Manslaughter, Assault with a Vehicle
- Elder Abuse
- Hate Crimes
In addition to being the victim of a qualifying violent crime, applicants must also:
- Be either a resident of California or the victim of a crime that happened in California. Learn more in our FAQ.
- Report the crime to the police, sheriff, child protective services, or some other law enforcement agency (some exceptions may apply).
- In most cases, apply to CalVCB within three years of the time the crime happened. Learn more in our FAQ.
- Generally, cooperate with law enforcement during the investigation and prosecution of the crime.
- Not have been involved in or committed a felony in the events leading to the crime.
- Cooperate with CalVCB by providing the information needed to review the application.
For more information on Victims of Crime or to speak to one of our counselors, call: (310) 534-7300