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Resources - Crime Victims Rights

California became the first state solidifying the rights of crime victims in 2008 with the passage of Marsy’s Law.  (Marcy’s mother was a board member of CVU until she recently passed away.)  Often victims and agencies that assist victims aren’t aware these rights.  CVU specializes in educating victims about their rights on a local, state and national level.

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.



Why donate to Crime Victims United (CVU)?

CVU is dedicated to protecting the rights of victims of crime, their families and safety of their communities.
In this time of COVID-19, CVU is providing the community with a virtual clinic, resources for coping and locating assistance.
After making sure your families are safe and secure, please donate what you can to help us help others.



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

Inmate Locator

Resources for Legal Assistance

Resources for Victims' Compensation

Legislative Education