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1 October Memorial Committee

The 1 October Memorial Committee is encouraging anyone affected by 1 October, whether they live in the Las Vegas Valley or in other places, to participate in the process of developing a permanent memorial that honors all those impacted by the Route 91 tragedy.

People can join the committee’s email group by going to to receive updates and information about how they can participate in surveys and other activities. The 1 October Memorial Committee meetings also are carried live on Clark County’s Facebook page (@ClarkCountyNV) and YouTube channel at

Vegas Strong Resiliency Center

The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is a place of healing and support dedicated to serving as a multi-agency resource and referral center for residents, visitors and responders affected by the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The Resiliency Center is managed by Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, and is staffed by knowledgeable and caring professionals who assist individuals build strength and resiliency in the aftermath of 1 October.

Services include:

  • Behavioral and Mental Health Resources
  • FBI Victim Assistance Services
  • Legal Services
  • Victims of Crime Programs
  • Victims of 1 October Fundraising Effort
  • Financial Advice

The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center staff are working remotely and continue to be available to those affected by 1 October. Staff is not accepting walk-ins at this time.

Phone: 702.455.2433
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-F (Excluding Holidays)
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Silver State Health

Silver State Health Services is committed to providing quality, cost-effective care for our patients and community. Silver State Health exists to expand affordable access to high-quality health care for our underserved and impoverished populations.

Currently, Silver State Health will be offering services only via Telephonic, Tele-Medicine and Tele-Therapy platforms.

Phone: 702.471.0420
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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
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Give an Hour California

To assist with the significant and ongoing needs for support, the California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) received a federal Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program (AEAP) grant and designated the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office to coordinate support services throughout Southern California.

Give an Hour was selected to work with the Ventura County District Attorney’s office to offer support services to the Route 91 community in Southern California. Founded in 2005, Give an Hour is a national non profit that specializes in mental health, emotional wellness, and has extensive experience in recovery aid after mass trauma events.

California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB)

The deadline to apply for benefits through CalVCB for anyone who was at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival have been extended until October 1, 2024. Anyone present at the concert is encouraged to apply even if they don’t think they need benefits right now. Filing the application serves as a placeholder should benefits be needed at a later time.

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.

Legal Aid Center is responding to the needs of the community during COVID-19 by providing virtual and remote assistance through phone, email and internet. The office is closed to walk-ins at this time. For a complete list of legal services provided, please visit the website.

Phone: 702.386.1070
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-F (Excluding Holidays)
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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.