SACRAMENTO — El 23 de enero se cumple un año desde el tiroteo fatal en un centro laboral de Half Moon Bay que cobró la vida de siete personas y dejó gravemente herida a otra persona. Varias personas presenciaron el ataque.
SACRAMENTO — January 23 marks one year since the deadly workplace shooting in Half Moon Bay, which killed seven people and critically injured another. Multiple people witnessed the attack.
SACRAMENTO — January 21 marks one year since the deadly mass shooting in Monterey Park, which killed 11 people, injured nine others, and was witnessed by dozens of partygoers.
SACRAMENTO — Napa and Sonoma Counties will receive additional trauma recovery services because of a $2.5 million regional trauma recovery center (TRC) pilot program grant approved by the California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB). The funding will allow for more people to have access to specialized mental health services through the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner – Sexual Assault Response Team (SANE-SART).
SACRAMENTO— October 1 marks six years since the deadly Route 91 Harvest Festival attack in Las Vegas, which killed and injured dozens of Californians. Victims who resided in California at the time of the attack have one more year to apply for financial assistance through the California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB).
SACRAMENTO — California Governor Gavin Newsom issued a proclamation recognizing April 23 – April 29, 2023, as Crime Victims’ Rights Week in California.
SACRAMENTO — The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) today awarded nearly $22 million in grant funding to 15 trauma recovery centers (TRCs) to assist crime victims with urgent services, including mental health and wraparound case management.
SACRAMENTO — The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) began airing radio and TV ads in English and Spanish this week in an effort to reach survivors of forced sterilization at state hospitals and prisons and encourage them to apply for compensation.
SACRAMENTO—A Trauma Recovery Center (TRC) funded by the California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) will open three new satellite offices in Central California to support crime victims in rural or underserved communities.