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'Guilty and helpless': Las Vegas shooting survivors, unscathed physically, have much to deal with October 9, 2017

Bakersfield Californian — Estimates suggest roughly 200 Kern County families were impacted by the shooting, and at least 60 people have already signed up for state victim compensation funding for injuries, burial costs and mental health counseling. The California Victims Compensation Board considers anyone who was present at the concert venue a victim, CalVCB Executive Officer Julie Nauman said.

California Offering Help For Las Vegas Mass Shooting Victims And Families October 5, 2017

KOVR CBS 13 Sacramento — California residents affected by the mass shooting in Las Vegas are being encouraged to apply for help from the state. The California Victim Compensation Board announced that victims of violent crimes and their immediate families can be eligible for financial assistance.

California Victims of Vegas Massacre Can Seek Aid For Medical Bills October 5, 2017

KPIX CBS San Francisco — Victims of Sunday’s massacre in Las Vegas from California are being encouraged to seek help from the state. The California Victim Compensation Board offers financial assistance to victims of violent crimes and their families.

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Las Vegas Shooting: Santa Clarita Victims May Be Eligible For Aid October 6, 2017

Hometown Station — All of California’s survivors impacted by the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas can now apply for help from the state. Assistance is available for family members of those who were killed, anyone who was injured and those in attendance at the concert, as well as their immediate family members, according to the CalVCB website.

California Victims of Las Vegas Mass Shooting Can Get Financial Help October 6, 2017

NBC Los Angeles — Victims and families in California affected by the Las Vegas mass shooting may be eligible for financial help through a state agency. The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) can help pay bills and expenses resulting from violent crime, according to the CalVCB website.


California residents impacted by Las Vegas shooting can apply for help October 5, 2017

KRCR TV — Help is available for California residents impacted by last Sunday's Las Vegas mass shooting, according to the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (CAL OES). CAL OES is collaborating with the California Victims Compensation Board (CalVCB) and encouraging residents to call their local Victim/Witness Assistance Center at CalVCB's website or call 1-800-777-9229.

Kern Co District Attorney Office to assist victims of Las Vegas shooting October 2, 2017

Turn to 23 — The Kern County District Attorney's Victim Services Unit is available to assist victims who were present at the Route 91 Harvest Concert in Las Vegas. The DA's office said they can assist in applying for needed financial assistance through the State of Nevada and the State of California Victim Compensation Programs.