The following NO COST services will be offered and will begin in late September 2020:
Ongoing Support Groups: Initially, support groups will be available online using a web-based platform. When it is safe to do so, face to face groups will be offered in each County.
Emotional wellness training and coaching.
An Evidence-Based Peer Support Model that will provide training to survivors who are interested in becoming a peer supporter in the project.
An on-line Trauma Resource Library.
Referrals for mental health services.
Yearly memorial events in each County: For 2020, the project is producing video memorials from survivors to share online. If you are interested in sharing your story, please reach out to Michael Morisette, Give an Hour Outreach Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel stipends for survivors to attend memorial events when it is safe to do so.
The opportunity for those serving the Route 91 community to collaborate to best serve the unique needs of this population.
- Anita Ahuja, Manager for Mass Violence Response and Grant Programs California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB), email@example.com
- Kelly Muklevicz, Supervising Victim Advocate, Ventura County District Attorney’s Office, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kirsti Thompson, Director, Give an Hour California, email@example.com
- Michael Morisette, Outreach Specialist, Give an Hour California, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Shane Meserve, Program Manager, email@example.com
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