CDCR Office of Victim & Survivor Rights & Services The victim of crime, family member of a victim, or a witness who testified against the offender may request to be notified of the release, death, or escape of their offender(s).
California State Victim Notification Service (VINE) The California State Victim Notification service (VINE) helps victims of crime obtain information about the custody status of their offender and is provided by the local sheriff in the counties listed above and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR).
Federal Housing Choice Vouchers Program The Housing Choice Vouchers Program is the federal government's program for assisting very low-income participants with housing.
The California Victim Compensation Board can reimburse a crime victim for expenses related to a deposit for voucher housing.
Victim Connect Resource Center Victim Connect provides live anonymous referrals and support for victims of crime, their friends, and families through the National Center for Victims of Crime. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) California MADD offers direct, supportive services to victims/survivors of drunk driving crashes through MADD's trained victim advocates.
Victim Connect is free and has phone lines available from 9 a.m. A victim advocate can assist with emotional support, guidance through the justice system, and information and referrals for other needs related to the crash experience.
SSI benefits also are payable to people 65 and older without disabilities who meet the financial limits.
Several California companies participate in the Lifeline program.Continuum of Care Coordinators Most counties throughout the State of California have a Continuum of Care Coordinator who coordinates the homeless assistance providers that are receiving funding from the United States Department and Housing and Urban Development.For more information about homeless assistance providers in your area, contact the Continuum of Care Coordinator from your county.They also provide exploited children with client advocacy, case management, and additional recovery and transition services.New Day for Children The programs provide safe and secure living environments for children from California and other referring states 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, until they are healthy and prepared to live again with their families or guardians or until attaining adulthood.