San Diego County Victim Assistance Center

Find San Diego County California victim assistance centers. Victim assistance centers provide information about crime and criminal victimization, domestic violence, NOVA, victims compensation funds and impact statements.


Chula Vista San Diego County Victims Assistance 333 H Street Chula Vista CA 91910 619-498-5940


El Cajon San Diego County Victims Assistance 250 East Main Street El Cajon CA 92020 619-441-4538

San Diego County California Victims Assistance 330 West Broadway San Diego CA 92101 619-531-4041

San Diego County Victims Assistance 500 3rd Avenue Chula Vista CA 91910 619-691-4539

San Diego San Diego County Victims Assistance 2851 Meadow Lark Drive San Diego CA 92123 858-694-4254

San Diego Victims Assistance 3295 Meade Avenue San Diego CA 92116 619-280-1993

Vista San Diego County Victims Assistance 325 South Melrose Drive Vista CA 92081 760-806-4079

About San Diego County Victim Assistance

San Diego County Victim Assistance is an agency that provides a range of services to victims of crimes in San Diego County, CA. The purpose of the Office of Victim Assistance is to help victims recover from the effects of the crime, to provide protection against future victimization, and to train other service providers that support San Diego County victims. Victim Assistance agencies can be federal, California, or San Diego County government agencies. There are also numerous non-profit Victim Assistance organizations with similar missions.

You may contact Victims Assistance for questions about:
  • San Diego County victim services programs
  • Crime victim compensation programs
  • San Diego County domestic violence programs
  • The criminal justice system
  • Crime reporting
San Diego County Victim Compensation & Advocacy

San Diego County victim compensation programs provide financial assistance to victims and their families for expenses related to a crime that are not covered by insurance. Victim notification systems provide San Diego County crime victims with alerts regarding the status of criminal court cases, parole and pardon requests by the perpetrator, registration in the sex offender registry, and other notifications to help victims protect themselves. Victim advocacy services in San Diego County are designed to help victims understand the criminal justice process, guide victims in exercising their rights, and assist victims in requesting compensation or restitution.

Victim Assistance Agencies

At the California State and San Diego County level, Victim Assistance Offices can be organized as a division within the Department of Corrections, as an office within the Judicial branch or California District Attorney Office, or as a component of the parole and probation system. At the federal level, the U.S. Department of Justice runs Victim Assistance programs through the Office of Justice Programs and the FBI.

San Diego County Services for Crime Victims

The Office of Justice Programs operates the Office for Victims of Crimes (OVC). This agency administers a Crime Victims Fund, which supplements California State funding programs for compensating and assisting crime victims. The OVC also runs a Training and Technical Assistance Center as a resource for service providers and victims' advocates. In addition, the FBI operates the Office of Victim Assistance. The San Diego County Office of Victim Services ensures that victims of crimes investigated by the FBI have access to victim services and notification systems. This office also provides emergency services to victims of terrorism and their families.

Non-Governmental Programs

Non-profit Victim Assistance organizations in San Diego County provide a range of similar advocacy and financial assistance programs for victims. They may also engage in advocacy for policies and California and local San Diego County laws that support victims of crime.