Trafficking and Crime Victims Assistance Program
The Trafficking and Crime Victims Assistance Program (TCVAP) provides eligible non-citizen victims of human trafficking, domestic violence and other serious crimes services such as cash assistance, food benefits, employment and social services. Benefits and services are modeled after the Refugee Resettlement Program which follow the same grant amounts, structure and time frames as Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA) and CalWORKs. The TCVAP is a state-funded program and is administered by the Refugee Programs Bureau (RPB). RPB provides services to counties and stakeholders throughout California to administer the TCVAP.
To apply for TCVAP benefits please visit our Get Services webpage.
The TCVAP provides culturally-sensitive and linguistically-appropriate programs and services to assist crime survivors in fulfilling their immediate needs, attain the skills needed for finding employment and becoming self-sufficient as quickly as possible.
TCVAP Survey Reports - Friday September 16, 2016
Deadline for TCVAP caseload reports was extended to August 28, 2016. If more time is needed to submit your county's report please contact the RPB.