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Information Resources that May be of Interest to Victims of Crime
 

Sacramento Police Department 264-5471

 

Sacramento County Sheriff's Dept 874-5115

 

Folsom Police Department 985-7551

 

Citrus Heights Police Department 568-5115

 

Homicide Support Group 874-2321


MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) 921-6233

Suicide Prevention 368-3111

 

Bikers Against Child Abuse, Inc (916) 709-6514 Hot Line www.bacausa.com

 

BACA is a motorcycle organization who works with and supports abused kids with their physical presence to empower them to not be afraid to testify in court.

 

Legal Center for the Elderly & Disabled 488-5298

 

Legal Services for Northern California

444-6760 Office for Victims of Crime
www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/

 

 

Sacramento County Adult Protective Services 874-9377
www.sacdhhs.com/article.asp?ContentID=270
Investigates situations involving elderly and dependent adults who are reported to be in danger due to abuse, neglect, exploitation, or hazardous or unsafe living conditions.

Sacramento County District Attorney's Office

 

Victim Witness Assistance Program   874-5701
www.sacda.org/victim_witness/index.htm
Trained and experienced victim advocates provide crisis counseling, direct assistance, information about the criminal justice system and community referrals.

Victim and Witness Assistance 874-5701
Crisis and short-term counseling and referral.

 

Victims of Crime Resource Center 1 (800) VICTIMS  www.1800victims.com

 

Pacific McGeorge School of Law
Community Legal Services (916) 340-6080
Location:  3455 5th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95817
Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Assists low-income clients in Sacramento County in the following Clinics:  Bankruptcy, Elder Law, Immigration and Victims of Crime.

 

VINE (Victim Information Notification Everyday) 1-800-491-3064 www.appriss.com/VINE.html
One of the nation's largest and most successful e-government programs, VINE allows crime victims across the country to obtain timely and reliable information about criminal cases and the custody status of offenders 24 hours a day - over the telephone, through the Internet, or by e-mail. Victims can call to inquire about the current status of an inmate and can register to be notified immediately upon a change in the inmate's status, such as a release, escape, or court appearance.

 

VIVA (Volunteers in Victim Assistance) 489-3333 24hr crisis line, 489-3378 Office
2701 Cottage Way, Suite #1 & #3, Sacramento 95825
Counseling: 9-4:40; Drop-In: Noon-4:30
Victims, witnesses, family members and friends of murder, attempted murder, assault, robbery, kidnapping, motor vehicle crashes, domestic violence, sexual assault, traumatic injury; services/programs include individual, family and group counseling, post trauma-expressive arts therapy for children ages 2-18, a crisis line, a community crisis response team, a drop in center, hospital visitation, criminal justice advocacy, court accompaniment, and information and referral.

 

WEAVE 448-2321
For victims of domestic violence and rape. Crisis Line Counseling Center