Partnering agencies represented at the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center (VSRC) to assist those affected by the shooting include Clark County Social Service, Nevada Victims of Crime Program, Nevada Division of Child and Family Services, Clark County Department of Family Services, Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services, and the LVMPD Victims Services.
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is a place of healing and support dedicated to serving as a resource and referral center for residents, visitors and responders affected by the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The Center is staffed by knowledgeable and caring professionals to help people access resources to help them build strength and resiliency in the aftermath of this incident.
To protect the confidentiality of people requesting services, the resiliency center is not open to the general public. Services that are available include victim advocacy and support, case management, counseling and spiritual care referrals, technical assistance with applying for online services including FBI Victim Assistance services and more. Free civil legal services are available including legal consultations and possible legal representation for issues involving insurance matters, medical billing problems, debt collection, housing and evictions, family law matters and more.
Together our community is #VegasStrong as we support those affected by the 1 October shooting incident.
Step 1: Vegas Strong Resiliency Center Intake Form
Please fill out our intake form so our staff can contact you, assess your needs and refer you to available resources.
We are committed to helping anyone impacted by 1 October, including those who live in communities outside of Las Vegas.
*Optionally, download and complete the full intake form. You can bring this form in with you when you arrive at the VSRC.
Step 2: Victims of Crime Program Registration
Nevada Victims of Crime Program
If you were present at the festival during the shooting, regardless of your home state or country of origin, please review the important information below and fill out the Victims of Crime Compensation application.
Amount of Time Left to File Your Application
Monday, October 1, 2018, is the deadline to submit an application for assistance from the Nevada Victims of Crime Program.
If you need help filling out an application online, click HERE to watch an instructional video or you can visit the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center in person during regular business hours.
California Victim Compensation Board
If you reside in California, visit the California Victim Compensation Board.
Step 3: Additional Resources
Behavioral and Mental Health Resources
The Southern Nevada Health District has provided a list of mental health-related resources available here:
A more comprehensive list of resources may be found on the Resources page of this website.
FBI Victim Assistance Services
The FBI and its partners are making every effort to connect individuals who attended the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival with belongings recovered at the venue following the incident on October 1, 2017.
We understand that some of these items may be very important to you. We have worked with a company to professionally clean, catalog, and photograph each item that was recovered and has yet to be associated and/or returned to the rightful owner. Due to the large volume of items left behind, this process has taken many months to complete.
At this time, the process of returning items has begun. Those individuals that reported lost items have been contacted via e-mail or letter. If you have not received communication from the FBI regarding your items left behind, please e-mail LVFestivalAssist@fbi.gov. Please see this map of the festival site, and if possible describe the area where you believe your items were lost and provide a description what you lost.
Please note that while the FBI collected numerous belongings found at the venue, we believe there are many others that were not recovered and are not in FBI possession. Lawn chairs, straw hats, and vendor giveaways will not be returned. In addition, perishable items including medications, cosmetics, and food items that cannot be properly cleaned will also not be returned. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We ask for your patience in the coming months as we process a large volume of claims. Once ownership is verified and items are ready for return, individuals will receive a notification about the process to have their items returned directly.
If you need additional information, please e-mail the FBI’s Victim Services Division at LVFestivalAssist@fbi.gov. Please note that this e-mail is for victims of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival shooting only. This website should not be used to submit tips or leads. We appreciate your cooperation.
Legal Aid Services Referrals
Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada staff are available at the VSRC to assist with civil legal issues for those impacted by the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival. Connect with a legal victim advocate at the VSRC by calling during normal business hours or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the free legal services provided by Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, visit its website at: http://www.lacsn.org/.
National Compassion Fund and Las Vegas Victims Fund Information
The following resource links are not services of and are not overseen, monitored or distributed by the Las Vegas Resiliency Center, Clark County, the state of Nevada or the Nevada State Crime Victim Compensation Program. They are separate and distinct funding sources with separate application processes, rules and eligibility requirements.