Resources available for families of victims and the Sacramento community after downtown mass shooting by Scott Rodd and Janelle Salanga
Updated April 5, 4:30 p.m.
In the wake of a mass shooting early Sunday that left six dead and 12 injured in downtown Sacramento, local organizations are providing support to the affected families and to Sacramento at large.
“We were harmed as a community and we’re going to heal as a community,” said Nina Acosta, program manager for the Victim Witness Program with the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office.
More information about what’s available there for families who have lost a loved one, along with other resources providing support to the Sacramento community is below.
UPDATE: The family assistance center at CalExpo will close after 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6.....
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