Victims of Crime Act Funding

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headline graphic: Voices for VOCA (Victims of Crime Act)

Vital Funding at Risk!

VOCA is at the center of YWCA Sonoma County’s response to supporting victims of domestic violence and these cuts will directly impact our programs.

VOCA funding is critical to our organization which provides counseling, housing services, crisis response, and legal services along with a range of other responses to address trauma and support healing.

Let your voice be heard!

Contact your state representatives today
with this sample message:

“YWCA Sonoma County is one of many programs that is the backbone of our local safety net for survivors of violence. I urge you to invest $200 million to fill the gap left by federal budget cuts in this area.”

The Honorable Gavin Newsom

Governor, State of California

Senator Toni G. Atkins

Senate President pro Tempore

Senator Nancy Skinner

Chair of the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee

Senator Maria Elena Durazo

Chair of Senate Budget Subcommittee 5 on Corrections, Public Safety, Judiciary, Labor and Transportation


 

Asembly Member Robert Rivas

Speaker of the Assembly

Assembly Member Phil Ting

Chair of Assembly Budget Committee

Assembly Member Mia Bonta

Chair of Assembly Budget Subcommittee 5 on Public Safety