The Victim Witness Assistance Program is a great asset in our community for primary and secondary victims of crime. This program will often pay for therapy and other necessities that are a result of the crime. I often find that both therapists and clients do not know about this opportunity, how it works, or how to access it. Come join us and get all the info on this invaluable program.
VICTIM WITNESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Crime Victims Assistance Center is a program in the District Attorney’s Office dedicated to providing swift, collaborative services to victims in our community. This presentation will provide an overview of the program, from advocacy to the claims process with an in-depth conversation about eligibility, billing procedures, covered expenses, and reimbursement rates.
ANGIE MELLIS, MA
Angie Mellis is the Program Manager for Crime Victims Assistance Center in the Shasta County District Attorney’s Office. She began working in victim services while earning her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology. Angie has worked at the District Attorney’s office for the past 10 years helping to ensure victims receive necessary resources and supportive services to promote healing and restoration.
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Lunch is available ($8 donation is recommended)
For more information contact Redding CAMFT Program Coordinator, Scott La Fein, at email@example.com