Vegas Strong Resiliency Center

The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center serves as a one-stop resource and referral hub for residents, visitors and responders affected by the 1 October shooting incident.

Services include:
  • Victim Advocacy and Support
  • Case Management
  • Legal Assistance
  • Counseling and Spiritual Care Referrals
  • Technical Assistance Accessing Online Resources Including the FBI Victim Assistance Services
Local Las Vegas: 702.455.AIDE x2433
Outside Nevada: 1 833.299.2433
Email: vegasstrongresiliencycenter@clarkcountynv.org
1524 Pinto Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89106
Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. M-F (Excluding Holidays)
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Las Vegas Survivors Project

1 October survivors who receive a financial settlement may want to invest that settlement to generate income to provide ongoing support for them and their families. Or, take care of their families in other ways. The Las Vegas Survivors Project provides a list of volunteer financial advisors who have donated their time to work with you to invest — or otherwise use — your disbursement wisely. They do not receive any sort of commission or payment for this assistance. It is offered free to help you and your family.

This program is undertaken by the Institute for the Fiduciary Standard in conjunction with the Investor Protection Clinic at the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.


A nonprofit founded by 1 October survivors with a mission to honor and remember the 58 lives lost on October 1, 2017 by performing random acts of kindness and remaining a constant foundation of support for the Route 91 Family.

Nevada Victims of Crime Program

Everyone at the Route 91 Harvest Festival the night of the shooting, where ever they reside, is eligible for assistance through Nevada Victims of Crime Program.

This program will reimburse victims for medical bills, funeral expenses, and mental health counseling that are not covered by insurance. If you have medical insurance, your bills, including counseling, must be billed to your insurance company prior to submitting your bills to VOCP.

Please contact medical providers to ensure they have your health insurance information on file.

Applications for crime victim compensation can be found at http://voc.nv.gov/VOC/.
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Nevada Victims of Crime Program Instructional Video

The Rape Crisis Center

The Rape Crisis Center strives to provide well informed advocates for those affected by sexual violence to consult with at any time assistance is needed.

702.366.1640 or 888.366.1640
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Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Police Employee Assistance Program (PEAP)

The LVMPD Police Employee Assistance Program (PEAP) is a crisis intervention / counseling and referral service staffed by LVMPD commissioned and civilian employees.

It is set up to prevent, and when necessary to treat the personal and family casualties which are caused directly or indirectly by the stress of the law enforcement profession. Whatever the source of the problems, the right professional help is often expensive or hard to find and we end up having to cope with problems on our own. This service is available to all LVMPD employees and their immediate family members. Seeking assistance is a sign of courage.
Phone: 702.828.3357
Email: PEAP@lvmpd.com
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Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada

The mission of the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada is to preserve access to justice and the provision of quality legal counsel, advice and representation for individuals who are unable to protect their rights because they cannot afford an attorney.
Phone: 702.386.1070
725 E. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
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