Victims of Crime Act- Advocacy for Crime Victims
Domestic Violence Awareness
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Whether you are a recent survivor or have a history of one or several incidents, EBCAP can provide you with assistance, support, and advocacy through our Victims of Crime Act Program (VOCA). For more information click here.
Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) provides advocacy and support services to all victims of crime. VOCA assesses victims’ situations and helps identify next steps. The program links you with resources to provide you with on-going or short-term support to address any needs related to having survived a crime. VOCA can access the criminal justice system if appropriate and victims’ compensation fund if eligible.
Who We Serve
VOCA serves the entire East Bay area providing victims with basic needs support, counseling, and education to prevent further victimization.
VOCA provides specific services through the Victims of Crime Act to those identifying as past or current, reported or unreported, victims of crime.
Location(s) of the Program
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.
Other times can be arranged on a case by case basis
How to Enroll
Please contact Kate Fletcher, VOCA Advocate