You may be eligible to receive support counseling if he or she was a direct or indirect victim of a crime involving physical injury, threat of physical injury or, in certain crimes, presumed injury

(925) 449-7925

326 South L. Street
Livermore, CA 94550

Victims of Crime (VOC) Program

In California, a person may be eligible to receive support counseling if he or she was a direct or indirect victim of a crime involving physical injury, threat of physical injury or, in certain crimes, presumed injury. Some of the covered crimes in this program are direct victims of assault with a deadly weapon, child abuse/molestation, domestic violence, DUI, hit and run, murder, robbery, sexual assault (rape) and/or stalking. Indirect victims eligible could include parents, partners, caregivers, and siblings of crime victims.

If you have filed a police report or have had to interact with Child Protective Services, you and yours may qualify for this program even if the case did not result in a conviction. Assistance from the VOC Program is sought by completing a VOC Program application. Applications may be obtained from local county Victim/Witness Assistance Centers, by calling VOC Program at (800) 777-9229, or downloading the application from http://www.vcgcb.ca.gov/victims/howtoapply.aspx. Once your application is approved, you will receive an eligibility number which you can then use for counseling services at Anthropos.

Counseling Services

Individual Counseling

One of the most common ways people participate in therapy and is a highly effective way to bring about growth and change

Couples Counseling

Provides support to two individuals striving to create a strong intimate relationship & promotes personal growth through mutual growth

Child Counseling

Play therapy helps a child learns to communicate, express feelings, change behavior, develop skills and learn new ways of relating

Adolescent Counseling

The teen years can be difficult for both the adolescent and their caretakers. Adolescents begin to form the identity that will define them for a lifetime

Family Counseling

Designed to identify family dynamics, interactions, and patterns that prevent the collective growth and harmony of the family system

Hours and Rates

The first step in making an appointment for counseling services at Anthropos starts with an email or a phone call letting us know who you are and how to reach you

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(925) 449-7925

326 South L. Street
Livermore, CA 94550

Victims of Crime (VOC) Program
In California, a person may be eligible to receive support counseling if he or she was a direct or indirect victim of a crime involving physical injury, threat of physical injury or, in certain crimes, presumed injury. Some of the covered crimes in this program are direct victims of assault with a deadly weapon, child abuse/molestation, domestic violence, DUI, hit and run, murder, robbery, sexual assault (rape) and/or stalking. Indirect victims eligible could include parents, partners, caregivers, and siblings of crime victims.

If you have filed a police report or have had to interact with Child Protective Services, you and yours may qualify for this program even if the case did not result in a conviction. Assistance from the VOC Program is sought by completing a VOC Program application. Applications may be obtained from local county Victim/Witness Assistance Centers, by calling VOC Program at (800) 777-9229, or downloading the application from http://www.vcgcb.ca.gov/victims/howtoapply.aspx. Once your application is approved, you will receive an eligibility number which you can then use for counseling services at Anthropos.