“The thoughts and prayers of all of Las Vegas go out to the victims and their families. This was a horrific, yet isolated, incident. At this time, it is important to allow the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police to conclude their investigation into the incident and to attend to the needs of the victims and their families. Las Vegas is a strong community that will work through this tragic incident. We are grateful beyond words to our incomparable law enforcement, first responders and everyone who continues to help victims and their families.”
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority
FBI Victim Services Division
The FBI is collecting belongings left behind at the concert site. Please check this website to see status updates on when these items may be available: www.fbi.gov/LVMusicFestivalShooting
To assist please fill out the Victim Questionnaire form located on the webpage and include your contact information and as much detail about your lost items.
Trauma Intervention Program: Las Vegas Community Resource Guide
This comprehensive resource guide provides information on crisis resources including but not limited to: counseling, crisis hotlines, support groups, legal resources, victim assistance, transportation services, etc.
Crime Victims Compensation
Each state operates a Crime Victims Compensation program which provides resources and financial assistance to victims of crime. Individuals who were present at the Las Vegas Harvest Festival shooting may be eligible for assistance through the Nevada Crime Victims compensation program.
Las Vegas Incident Family Assistance Center
The Family Assistance Center is open to any individual who was present during the incident and looking for support, assistance, and resources. Families and next of kin of those who were impacted are also welcome.
Information hotline: 211 or 702-455-AIDE (2433)
Las Vegas Convention Center
3150 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV
Southeast Building/Bronze lot parking
For guests or employees of MGM Resorts International that are seeking crisis counseling, please call 702-836-6655 or 877-967-7711.
The entire Las Vegas community is saddened by the events that occurred on the Strip on Sunday evening, but touched by the overwhelming support and strength of our first responders and the Las Vegas community.
If you would like to donate blood, please call one of the following locations to schedule an appointment:
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and the entire Las Vegas community thanks you for your support as we continue to heal and help those in need in the wake of this horrible tragedy.
If you are with the media, please contact the LVCVA Public Affairs department at 702-892-7658 or go to press.lvcva.com.