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.

eLearning: Helping Crime Victims Heal

All videos are self-paced, and users can stream them 24/7 on a computer or smart device.

Description: The role of Law Enforcement.

Audience: Law Enforcement

Length: 1.5 hours

Certificate of Completion: Yes


Email InfoAdvocate@victims.ca.gov to request access to the videos below:

Description: CalVCB’s history, mission, available benefits and funding sources.

Audience: Victims of crime, family and friends of victims, service providers, advocates, law enforcement.

Length: 15 minutes

Certificate of Completion: No

Descripción: Este curso proporciona una descripción general de la historia, misión, beneficios disponibles y fuentes de financiamiento de CalVCB. Se anima a las víctimas ya sus familias a tomar el curso de visión general básico.

Audiencia: Víctimas del crimen, familiares y amigos de las víctimas, público en general, proveedores de servicios, profesionales de ayuda, defensores de la ley.

Duración: 15 minutos (autoguiado)

Certificado de Finalización: No

Description: Covered medical expenses, benefit limits, how CalVCB applies reimbursement and recovery sources, and how to become an authorized provider.

Audience: Medical providers and billing agents

Length: 50 minutes

Certificate of Completion: Yes

Privacy Notice on Collection

These eLearning training courses were produced by CalVCB under Grant Award 2013-VF-GX-K012, awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in the eLearning training courses are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S Department of Justice.

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