Address and phone number for Sonoma County Victims Assistance, a Victim Assistance Center, at Coddingtown Center, Santa Rosa CA.
The Sonoma County Victims Assistance, located in Santa Rosa, CA, provides services to victims of crimes in Sonoma County. The Office of Victim Assistance helps victims recover from the effects of crime, prevents future victimization, and trains service providers to support Sonoma County victims. Victims Assistance coordinates with federal, California state, and local government agencies to help victims.You may contact Victims Assistance for questions about:
The Office for Victims of Crimes (OVC) supports Sonoma County crime victims through services, compensation programs, and advocacy programs. For example, the Crime Victims Fund supplements California state funding programs. The Training and Technical Assistance Center educates and supports service providers and victims' advocacy organizations offering services in Santa Rosa. Victims Assistance provides a victim notification system to alert victims on the status of criminal court cases, parole and pardon requests, and registration in the sex offender registry.Victim Compensation & Advocacy Programs
In Santa Rosa, victim compensation programs offer financial assistance to victims and their families. These programs can cover expenses related to a crime that insurance does not cover. Advocacy programs include services to help victims understand the criminal justice process, including guiding victims in exercising their rights and assisting victims throughout the legal process. The victim advocacy services also include support for victims navigating the compensation or restitution process.Victim Assistance Agencies
In addition to the Sonoma County Victims Assistance, several other Victim Assistance Offices operate in California state. These include offices within the District Attorney Office, the Department of Corrections, and the Justice Department. Additionally, the U.S. Department of Justice runs a Victim Assistance program at the federal level through the FBI's Office of Justice Programs. Non-profit Victim Assistance organizations in Sonoma County also provide advocacy services and financial assistance programs for victims. Their advocacy includes promoting policies at the California state and local Sonoma County level to support victims' rights. These Victim Assistance programs work together to support victims of crime in Santa Rosa.Contact the Sonoma County Victims Assistance
You may contact the Sonoma County Victims Assistance by calling 707-565-8250, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Sonoma County Victims Assistance, 1000 Coddingtown Center, Santa Rosa, California, 95401.
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