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Resources for Assault

Resources for AssaultOften people mistakenly believe that assault can only occur between family members or intimate partners.  Assault and battery can also occur between complete strangers and/or people with no family relationship.  It can result in physical injury and/or emotional trauma.

Crime Victims United is here to assist and support you and your loved ones thru this difficult time. Our virtual clinic provides resources for those seeking help, outreach and support. Below are some resources for assault.  

Please contact Crime Victims United if you need additional support.

SACRAMENTO COUNTY

Crisis Hotlines/Shelters

  • A Community for Peace (Citrus Heights) 916-728-7210
  • Saint John’s Program for Real Change 916-453-1482
  • 24/7 Sexual Assault hotline 800-656-HOPE

Children’s Emergency Services

  • National Parent Helpline 1-855-427-2736 (toll free)
  • Trained advocates provide emotional support and resources to parents and caregivers. www.nationalparenthelpline.org
  • Children’s Crisis Nursery 916-394-2000

Reporting Assault

  • Adult Protective Services (Elderly / Adult Victims) 916-874-9377
  • Children’s Protective Services (CPS) 916-875-5437
  • Victim/Witness Center 916-874-5701
  • PLACER COUNTY
Crisis lines:
  • Adult Intake: 916-787-8860 Mobile crisis still active
  • Youth: 866-293-1940
  • Roseville city youth in crisis – contact Roseville Police Department (916) 774-5000 and ask for the family mobile crisis team.

Homeless Shelter information:
  • Homeless Resource Helpline: 833-3PLACER (833-375-2237).
  • Gathering Inn:
    North Auburn shelter operation related questions, call 530-885-8108
  • Roseville Shelter: 916-791-9355

     


NATIONAL

  • Victim Connect Victim Assistance:
     855-4VICTIM (M-F 8:30am-7:30pm ET)
    VictimConnect.com

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Resources for Addiction

Resources for Assault

Resources for Suicide

Resources for Burglary and Scams

Resources for Child Abuse

Resources for Crime Victims Rights

Resources for Depression

Resources for Domestic Abuse

Resources for Elder Abuse

Resources for Human Trafficking

Resources for Pet Therapy

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Resources for Legal Assistance

Resources for Victims' Compensation

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