Sacramento victims of crime resources and directory of support for victims assistance, victim
witness program, victim counseling, victims’ rights and compensation. There are local and 24/7 phone numbers for you to contact. We hope these resources for victims of crime and abuse will help you through your journey. Let us begin here.
Crime Victims Assistance Network (iCAN) Foundation
Mail: 1809 S Street, # 101316, Sacramento, CA 95811
Ph. (916) 273-3603 Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or 888-235-7067 24/7
Provides victim services and assistance to victims of crime and survivors of violent crime within Sacramento, CA and Yolo County, including advocacy for victims’ rights, accompaniment to court and parole hearings (County of Sacramento and Yolo County only), victims of crime resources, victim support and referrals.
California Victim Compensation & Government Claims Board
P. O. Box 3036, Sacramento, CA 95812-3036
Ph. (916-874-5701) or 1-800-777-9229
Assists victims of: Domestic violence - Child abuse - Assault - Sexual assault - Molestation - Homicide - Robbery - Drunk driving, and Vehicular manslaughter. Use the website to locate victim services in other counties.
Volunteers in Victim Assistance (VIVA)
2020 Hurley Way, Suite 205, Sacramento, CA 95825
Ph. (916) 570-1690
Provides a full service center for victims of crime including homicide survivors, family violence, robbery, drunk driving, child abuse, sexual assault, elder abuse and more.
"Special Victim Recovery Project” provides the essential services to assist victims, witnesses and family members of victims as they cope with the immediate and long-term personal results of violent crime and trauma."
"Project Hands On is an expressive arts therapy program for children and adolescent victims of violent crime and trauma (ages 2 - 18) and their families. Therapy techniques include art therapy, play therapy and sandtray therapy."
A.F.T.E.R. Counseling Agency
5750 Sunrise Boulevard, Citrus Heights, CA 95610 map
Ph. (916) 344-0249
Provides treatment services for offenders and victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse, domestic violence, alcohol abuse, chemical dependency. Includes drinking and driving program, supervised visitation, group and individual therapy. Individual and family services are sliding scale, children’s services with Medi cal.
The National Center for Victims of Crime
Mail: 2000 M Street, NW, Suite 480, Washington, DC. 20036
Ph. (202) 467-8700 Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or 1-800-394-2255
Contact us for help, information about your options, and referrals to local services anywhere in the country.