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CalVCB Awards 2018 Trauma Recovery Center Grants 5/24/18

The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) today announced that Executive Officer Julie Nauman received the Suzanne McDaniel Memorial Award for her leadership in raising public awareness for victim services.

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Read about CalVCB’s Newest Board Member: Curtis Hill 2/16/18

Curtis Hill, 63, of Hollister, has been appointed to the California Victim Compensation Board. Hill was acting executive officer at the Board of State and Community Corrections in 2014 and a legislative advocate and strategic business consultant at Warner and Pank LLC from 2011 to 2012.

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CalVCB Launches eLearning Course for Medical Providers 8/11/17

The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) today released the second of four eLearning courses designed to provide education about the state’s victim compensation program on a convenient, self-paced track that is accessible 24/7.

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CalVCB Wraps Up Another Successful Denim Clothing Drive 6/6/17

The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) concluded its annual statewide denim clothing drive, an event which raises awareness about the misconceptions of sexual assault while assisting victims of crime.

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Domestic Violence and its Effects on Children 10/2/18

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By Alexandria Farrell, Department of Social Services, Office of Child Abuse Prevention

Imagine being a child, sitting in your room playing, quiet and carefree. Then out of nowhere, the happy space you have created is drowned out by an unpleasant and familiar sound. Mom and dad are fighting again.

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