In a special newsletter from the California Welfare Fraud Investigators Association, they focus on EBT Theft, why it’s such a problem, and some solutions cardholders should use to avoid becoming a victim.
If you have been a victim of a violent crime, the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board (VCGCB) can help you recover financially. THE VCGCB may pay bills only for expenses due to the crime and that are not covered by insurance or other sources. VCGCB does not pay for lost, damaged, or stolen property or for pain and suffering. Click here to Read More In order for the victim to obtain assistance from this agency, the victim must first file a VCGCB application within one year of the crime. The victim advocate staff of the Crime Victims’ Assistance Unit can help with the application process. Victims may also contact the VCGCB by visiting their web site: http://www.vcgcb.ca.gov/ or by calling (800) 777-9229. The following losses may be covered by the VCGCB: The following losses cannot be paid by the VCGCB: Victims Have the Right to Restitution It is…
Thank you to the County of Ventura Board of Supervisors and the County Executive Office for their leadership, vision, and support in helping to establish the first-ever Family Justice Center in Ventura County. Since opening in 2019, more than 5,700 victims and survivors have received services at the Ventura County Family Justice Center.
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