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CalVCP Regional Conferences to Feature Keynote Speakers Elizabeth Smart and Azim Khamisa 9/1/15

The California Victim Compensation Program will present two regional conferences this fall focusing on strategic collaborations for reaching underserved victims of crime in the State of California.

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Our Promise: Since 1957 - California State Employees Giving at Work

VCGCB Approves Non-Profits for State Employee Donations 7/6/15

The Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board (VCGCB) recently approved the 2015 Our Promise, California’s state employees giving at work campaign, allowing over 225,000 state employees to donate directly from their paychecks to any of the 2,645 verified charitable organizations.

Exectuive Officer Statement

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Victims Encouraged To Get Help 6/29/15

California Victim Compensation Program Executive Officer Julie Nauman released the following statement regarding a new 30-second video public service announcement (PSA) about the California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP).

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State Reopens California Memorial Scholarship Program for Dependents of Victims of 9/11 Tragedy 6/25/15

The California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board (VCGCB) announced today the California Memorial Scholarship Program has been reopened to surviving California resident dependents of those killed as a result of injuries sustained during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

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From Victim to Survivor: The Path to Healing 8/25/15

By Christina Newby, Volunteer, Breaking the Silence Against Domestic Violence

While more and more people are beginning to understand that escaping a domestic violence relationship can be extremely difficult, it is also important to understand that the path to healing is equally challenging. Often, the survivor is in a state of crisis immediately following her escape.

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