Funding To Resiliency Center
$16.7 million federal grant announced to help victims of 1 October shooting. The money will help pay for counseling, legal aid, rehabilitation and trauma recovery. The money, awarded through the department's Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program, will go to the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services Division of Child and Family Services, & will fund the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, support services for victims and first responders, and the state's compensation program for victim claims. The state's Division of Child and Family Services confirmed it will administer the funding.
"Survivors, victims, their families, and first responders who put themselves at risk to save lives all need support, and I thank the DOJ for approving this request and helping Nevada meet their needs," Titus said in a statement. The funding "will give victims relief and respite from mounting costs associated with their mental and physical recovery."
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is located at:
Lied Ambulatory Care Center
1524 Pinto Lane
Las Vegas, NV
Near Martin Luther King Boulevard
(833) 299-AIDE (2433)
Find your local Victim Witness Assistance center on CalVCB's local help pages.
If you are not a California resident, apply for benefits from the State of Nevada Victims of Crime Program.
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Learn about common reactions after trauma. Stay informed and get the help you need.
The National Organization for Victim Assistance is offering free educational crisis response webinars for anyone impacted by this act of mass violence.
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