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Statewide and National Resources

CalVCB (California Victim Compensation Board)

Can help pay bills and expenses that result from violent crime. Victims of crime who have been injured or have been threatened with injury may be eligible for help.

Free From

FreeFrom is a national organization, based in Los Angeles, whose mission is to dismantle the nexus between intimate partner violence and financial insecurity. Compensation Compass: As a survivor of domestic violence, you could be eligible for money to cover some of the costs of the harm you experienced. This tool is designed to help you understand your options and how to pursue them. But first, answer a few short questions to better understand your priorities as you decide what type of compensation is best for you.

Labor Commissioner’s Office

The mission of the California Labor Commissioner’s Office is to ensure a just day’s pay in every workplace in the State and to promote economic justice through robust enforcement of labor laws. By combating wage theft, protecting workers from retaliation, and educating the public, we put earned wages into workers’ pockets and help level the playing field for law-abiding employers. This office is also known as the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE).

Legal Aid at Work

Offers free clinics, helplines, and information about workers rights.

Safe at Home

Safe at Home is a confidential address program administered by the California Secretary of State’s office and is most effective when used as a part of an overall safety plan. Safe at Home offers victims of domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, human trafficking & elder and dependent abuse, as well as reproductive health care workers, a substitute mailing address to receive first class, certified, and registered mail.

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