To be eligible for compensation, a person must be a victim of a qualifying crime involving physical injury, threat of physical injury or death. For certain crimes, emotional injury alone is enough to qualify. Certain family members and loved ones who suffer an economic loss from an injury to, or death of, a victim of a crime may also be eligible for compensation.
UC Davis Med Center offers a trauma recovery program at the Behavioral Health Clinic for adults called RESTART (Resilience, Education and Supportive Tools for Adults Recovering from Trauma). Treatment includes a combination of services to foster recovery and empowerment in survivors of interpersonal trauma.
Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice is a national network of crime survivors joining together to create healing communities and shape public safety policy. We are a flagship project of Alliance for Safety and Justice.
Crime Victims Assistance Network (I-CAN) was created to help support and advocate for victims of violence who have no idea if resources are available, and if available, how to access those resources following a traumatic event. We assist disenfranchised and immigrant communities.