Commission on the State of Hate
Resources for People Targeted by Hate
The CA vs. Hate Resource Line is a non-emergency phone number and online portal to connect individuals to resources if they are targeted for hate. To be connected to a care coordinator at the Resource Line call 1-833-8NO-HATE Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm PST. If you call outside those times, you can leave a message with a request for a return call.
To request a call from a care coordinator or file a report online, file here: Report a Hate Incident or Hate Crime.
- California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) – Learning about Eligibility:
This link will direct you to specific eligibility requirements to receive compensation if you are a victim of a crime and report the crime. Please note that there are other resources available to you in California that do not require reporting to law enforcement.
- California Victim Compensation Board Local Resources for Hate Crimes:
This link will allow you to locate local organizations that provide resources and may assist you with applying for compensation if you are a victim of a crime. After clicking the link, you may select the county where you would like to receive resources and select “Hate Crimes.” Based on the selected dropdown options, the search will identify the local District Attorney Office, Trauma Recovery Centers (if any), Witness Assistance Centers and Victim Advocates (if any) and Community-Based Organizations. You don’t have to be eligible for CalVCB-specific resources to access all of these resources.
- Find a Therapist at CounselingCalifornia.com
This link provides a searchable directory of licensed therapists, most of whom are members of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
- Marsy’s Card Resources for Victims of Crime:
This link will allow you to download a card (Marsy’s Card) in different languages containing information and resources for victims of crime.
- California Department of Social Services (CDSS) Stop the Hate Service Providers:
The CDSS, in consultation with the Commission on Asian and Pacific Islander American Affairs (CAPIAA), provided grants to qualified organizations to provide support and services to victims and survivors of hate incidents and hate crimes and their families and facilitate hate incident or hate crime prevention measures.
- Home – California Reducing Disparities Project (cultureishealth.org):
The California Reducing Disparities Project aims to reduce mental health disparities for African American, Latino, Native American, Asian and Pacific Islander, and LGBTQ+ populations in California.
Disclaimer: The inclusion of any resource does not constitute an endorsement of the resource by the Civil Rights Department.