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How To Help Victims, Families Affected By Santa Monica Shooting

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The Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services Center is offering up a 24-hour crisis line for those in Los Angeles and Orange County who may have been affected by the recent shootings in Santa Monica.  If you'd like to use their services, please call 877-7-CRISIS, which is 877-727-4747.

The Santa Monica College Foundation has established memorial funds honoring victims of the Friday shooting:

Donations can be made to The Carlos Franco Family Memorial Fund and to The Margarita Gomez Family Memorial Fund online at http://foundation.smc.edu

Or you can mail the donation to:

The Santa Monica College Foundation
1900 Pico Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90405

CalState Dominguez Hills, where 26-year-old Marcela Franco was a senior seeking a degree in psychology, has also set up a memorial for her.

Donations to the Marcela Franco Memorial will be collected by the university and given to the family to aid them in their time of need. 

To make a donation, please make checks payable to CSUDH Foundation/Marcela Franco Memorial, and mail to:

Marcela Franco Memorial, CSU Dominguez Hills Office of Development
1000 E. Victoria St., Welch Hall A-425
Carson, CA 90747

Or give online at www.csudh.edu/onlinegiving, and click on "Marcela Franco Memorial." Donations are not tax deductible.

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