Trafficking and Crime Victim Assistance Program (TCVAP)

Trafficking and Crime Victim Assistance Program (TCVAP)

Trafficking and Crime Victim Assistance Program (TCVAP) is a cash assistance program for non-citizen victims of crime who need of immediate services, and who are obtaining a legal humanitarian status or assisting in the prosecution of a crime. This includes victims of human trafficking who have not yet been certified by the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), victims of domestic violence, and other serious crimes.

A TCVAP application may be submitted in person, by mail, fax, or phone. For questions, assistance, or to apply by phone, call 1-800-540-6880. To apply in person, please visit your local TulareWORKs District Office.

 

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