Where can I get Help?

EMERGENCY: Call your local Police Department or 911


Help is available through members of the Hate Crime Network in the form of:

  • translation for non-English speakers
  • information resources and referrals
  • crisis intervention and counseling
  • emergency financial assistance
  • culturally sensitive orientation to the criminal justice system
  • support in communicating with the police, the courts and other authorities.
  • assistance with writing victim impact statements, obtaining restitution assistance and filing Office for Victims of Crime Compensation Claims.

For more information, please email Joyce Sanchez –[email protected] or phone 714-480-6580.

In addition, the following agencies can offer support and assistance.

OC Human Relations714.480.6570
CSP – Victims Assistance949.975.0244
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)949.660.5502
Anti-Defamation League (ADL)949.679.3737
Asian Pacific American Legal center213.997.7500
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)714.776.1847
The Center Orange County714.534.0862
Japanese-American Citizens League949.586.6640
Los Amigos of Orange County714.758.8090
NAACP of Orange County714.543.3637
CCEJ, LA and Orange County562.435.8184
Orange County District Attorney714.834.3600
OC Asian & Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA)714.636.9095
Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG)714.997.8047
South Asian Network (SAN)714.403.0488
Crime and Violence Prevention Center California Attorney General’s Office916.324.7863
California Dept. of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH)800.884.1684
Office of Victims Services California Attorney General’s Office877.433.9069
Sikh Council California877.225.7454
U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime800.851.3420