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- Asian Pacific Community Counseling (APCC)
- Bereavement Network Resources
- Birth & Beyond Family Resource Centers
- Child Abuse Bureau
- Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) Sacramento County
- Child Protective Services (CPS)
- Cross Creek Family Counseling
- Del Paso Heights Neighborhood Service Agency
- Diogenes Youth Services - Counseling Center
- El Hogar Mental Hlth & Comm Srvc Cntr
- Friends For Survival, Inc.
- Healing Center for Grieving Chldren
- La Familia Counseling Center
- Law Enforcement Chaplaincy
- Lawyer Referral and Information Service
- Lutheran Social Services (LSS)
- McGeorge School of Law - Victims of Crime Resource Center
- National Organization For Victim Assistance
- Oak Park Neighborhood Multiservice Center
- People Reaching Out
- Sac County - Victim & Witness Assistance Prog.
- Sacramento Area Fire Chaplaincy
- Sacramento State - Center for Counseling
- St. John's Shelter for Women & Children
- The Effort
- WEAVE Inc

How to become a VIVA volunteer

Volunteers In Victim Assistance (VIVA) depends on volunteers to provide the much needed services to victims of violent crime and their families. Volunteers must complete a Department of Justice Background check and VIVA's 40 hour training class. VIVA offers supervised internships.

VIVA TRAINING CLASS


Crisis Intervention/Victimology

The surviving victim (the two voices).

Domestic Violence

Child Abuse & Neglect

Homicide-The rippling Affect

Motor Vehicle Crashes.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Helping Victims Help Themselves

Counseling or Therapy



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