Victims’ Services Resources

Waymakers

Waymakers Victim Assistance Programs

Waymakers operates a comprehensive Victim/Witness Assistance Program that provides needed service for crime victims and witnesses and encourages their cooperation in the investigation of the case and prosecution of the offender.

California Health Advocates

California Health Advocates

California Health Advocates is a non-profit organization dedicated to Medicare advocacy and education for Californians.

California Victim Compensation Board

California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB)

California Health Advocates is a non-profit organization dedicated to Medicare advocacy and education for Californians.

Child Abuse Services Team

Child Abuse Services Team (CAST)

CAST is a county public-private partnership of Orange County’s Social Services Agency, the Health Care Agency, the District Attorney’s Office, and the non-profit Orange County Child Abuse prevention center. It was formed to decrease the trauma for abused children and their families by offering a coordinated child-friendly approach to child abuse investigations.

Orange County Family Justice Center

Orange County Family Justice Center

The Orange County Family Justice Center is a safe, confidential and friendly place where assistance is provided to Survivors of Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Sexual Assault and Elder/Dependent Adult Abuse.

Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force

Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force

The Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force is a collaboration of law enforcement, victim service providers, non-profit organizations, faith-based organizations, and the community. The purpose is to work together to protect victims, prosecute offenders, prevent further perpetration of the crime, and partnership building to help increase capacity and resources, as well as improve efficiency and efficacy.

Crime Survivors Resource Center

Crime Survivors Resource Center

Crime Survivors vision is for victims of crime to recover from their experience mentally, physically, emotionally, and financially, by receiving the respect, support, and protection of law enforcement, the judicial system, and the community.