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California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board

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Exectuive Officer Statement

Victims Encouraged To Get Help 6/29/15

California Victim Compensation Program Executive Officer Julie Nauman released the following statement regarding a new 30-second video public service announcement (PSA) about the California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP).

Press Release

State Reopens California Memorial Scholarship Program for Dependents of Victims of 9/11 Tragedy 6/25/15

The California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board (VCGCB) announced today the California Memorial Scholarship Program has been reopened to surviving California resident dependents of those killed as a result of injuries sustained during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Executive Officer Statement

Executive Officer Statement: Trauma-Informed Services Training 5/28/15

California Victim Compensation Program Executive Officer Julie Nauman released the following statement regarding Trauma-Informed Services Workshops held at the California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP) in Sacramento.

Press Release

CalVCP Awards $2 Million to Three California Trauma Recovery Centers 5/22/15

On Thursday, the California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP) announced the award of grants totaling $2 million for the next two fiscal years from the Restitution Fund to three Trauma Recovery Centers (TRC).

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Volunteers in Victim Assistance 6/26/15

No one expects to be a victim of violent crime, but in the unfortunate circumstance that violent crime does happen, Volunteers in Victim Assistance (VIVA) will be here for you. “They can be at a grocery store with a cart full of groceries and it hits, he’s never coming back again. The reality of what happened hits and that’s when they really need help,” says VIVA Executive Director Carole McDonald of crime victims.

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