$750,000 grant to provide mental health and support services to victims Photo courtesy California Victim Compensation BoardCalVCB has awarded Alternatives to Domestic Violence $750,000 for a victims’ trauma center in Hemet. ■ Chronicle News Service Alternatives to Domestic Violence (ADV) has announced receipt of a $750,000 grant from the California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) to establish a Trauma Recovery Center (TRC) in Hemet. Currently, CalVCB funds 12 trauma centers in Long Beach, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego and the San Francisco Bay areas. CalVCB ensures that mental health services are widespread for victims of violent crimes. The trauma center will operate in collaboration with community service organizations to provide comprehensive treatment
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