California has established the Forced or Involuntary Sterilization Compensation Program. Survivors of state-sponsored sterilization can apply for compensation through CalVCB in January 2022. Please check back for more details.

Tribal Consultation Policy

Preface

In September 2011, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. issued Executive Order B-10-11 requiring all State of California agencies and departments to encourage communication and consultation with California Indian Tribes. Accordingly, CalVCB adopted the California Government Operations Agency’s Tribal Consultation Policy, which memorialized its commitment to strengthening and sustaining government-to-government relationships between California Indian Tribes and the State of California.

Open and respectful communication with tribal representatives is essential. CalVCB will engage in early, inclusive and frequent communications with Tribal leaders regarding any issues that may arise pertaining to or potentially impacting Tribes.


Tribal Liaison

Natalie Mack, Chief Deputy Executive Officer
916-491-6400
Natalie.Mack@victims.ca.gov

CalVCB provides compensation to victims of violent crime and provides eligible victims with reimbursement for many crime-related expenses in a culturally sensitive manner. CalVCB funding comes from restitution paid by criminal offenders through fines, orders, penalty assessments and federal matching funds.

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