Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Victims and Witnesses Now Have an Assistance Program

 

The Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office Victim-Witness Assistance Program may be able to help victims who were injured or threatened with physical injury as a result of the May 23, 2014, shooting tragedy.

Family members of a person who was killed, physically injured, or threatened with injury as a result of the incident may also be eligible for services and Victim Compensation Assistance through the California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP).

You may qualify for help if you were an eyewitness within close proximity of one of the incident locations, you were injured or threatened with injury by the suspect or you are a survivor of someone who was killed in the incident.

To find out more about help that may be available, contact the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office Victim Assistance Program at (805) 568-2400 or call toll free (855) 840-3232.

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