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(See related page: Coordinated Community Response Task Forces / Councils.)


Alameda County Family Justice Center – provides, under one roof, the services required by domestic violence victims and their families, Oakland, CA.

Anaheim Family Justice Center – provides a safe, confidential and friendly place where assistance is provided to survivors of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and elder / dependent adult abuse. The AFJC works together to make a difference by restoring hope through the fierce dedication of trained advocates, on-site partner and support staff, Anaheim, CA.

Ann Patterson Dooley Family Safety Center – provides one location that effectively combines civil, criminal, health and social services for victims of domestic violence, Tulsa, OK.

Bexar County Family Justice Center – provides all the services and resources "under one roof" necessary to assist victims of domestic violence. Our goal is to reduce domestic violence incidents, recidivism, and homicides in Bexar County. This effort makes the process of reporting domestic violence less intimidating and more efficient for everyone involved, San Antonio, TX. Read newsletters.

Crystal Judson Family Justice Center – serves the needs of domestic violence victims and their children by providing comprehensive services in one, central, safe location. While our community has for many years offered services for domestic violence victims, access was not always easy. In a time of crisis, a victim might have been required to visit a dozen or more agencies. As a community, we recognized the need to bring the various service providers together, under one roof, so victims can walk through a single door and get the help they need, Tacoma, WA.

Essex County Family Justice Center – established in 2010 to provide co-located and coordinated services to domestic violence victims and their children. Questions and concerns are addressed on a one-on-one basis. First time visitors meet with a bi-lingual Screener who will explain the support services available, then help arrange access to the needed services. The mission is to enhance the safety and autonomy of domestic violence victims and their children by providing accessible and coordinated services in one location, Newark, NJ.

Family Justice Center Alliance – launched in 2006 in response to the increasing demand for technical assistance from existing and pending Centers across the world. The Family Justice Center Alliance serves as the official technical assistance provider for the U.S. Department of Justice for federally funded centers and also works with centers outside the federal initiative and abroad, San Diego, CA.

Family Justice Center of Boston – houses the Boston Police Department’s Domestic Violence Unit and members of the Department’s Sexual Assault Unit investigating child sexual assault, along with numerous other city, state, and private agencies serving victims of these types of crimes, Boston, MA.

Family Justice Center of Erie County, Inc. – brings professionals and services together under one roof to help victims of family violence. The FJC provides a coordinated, efficient and user-friendly system that decreases barriers, improves the delivery of services to victims, and increases victim safety as well as offender accountability. Services from police officers, prosecutors, forensic medical professionals, probation officers, legal advocates, shelter service professionals, chaplains, support service professionals, and a supervised waiting area for children while clients are meeting with center professionals are available to help victims through a difficult transitional period, Buffalo, NY.

The Family Justice Center of Ouachita Parish – is a one-stop information and service center for those seeking assistance in domestic violence situations. It is the goal of the FJC to make services more accessible to victims of domestic violence by locating together: social workers (housing, food, childcare, and job search assistance); clergy; counselors; medical personnel; civil legal assistance (for protection orders, divorce, child custody and support, and other legal matters); law enforcement; prosecutors; and community volunteers, Monroe, LA.

Family Violence Project of Waterloo Region – a collaborative of agencies that provides wrap-around, seamless services to victims of domestic violence – all from a single location, Kitchener, ON, CA.

HomeFront – an internationally recognized, research validated, leading edge, coordinated community-justice response to domestic violence in Calgary. HomeFront is a collective of systems and services sharing a common vision and goal to reduce domestic violence in Calgary, AB, CA.

Irving Family Advocacy Center – responds to the needs of families and victims of crime in our community. Under the direction of the Police Department, the FAC brings together a wide variety of resources focused on providing assistance and services to the residents of Irving, TX.

Knoxville Family Justice Center – the mission is to provide victims of domestic abuse with an accessible, compassionate, confidential, comprehensive and safe single-source option for a new beginning, offering choices and opportunities. This “one stop shop” seeks to reduce the obstacles that keep families in violent situations. FJC clients will find advocacy, support and easier access to resources. Our goals include: 1) Providing a coordinated, comprehensive approach to family violence by ensuring victims’ safety and the safety of their children; 2) Assisting in ending the cycle of violence in families; and 3) Improving the criminal justice system response to family violence, Knoxville, TN.

Nampa Family Justice Center – a new approach to addressing the needs of victims of domestic violence and child abuse. Clients now have the opportunity to reach needed resources in one centralized location. Advocates, counselors, clergy, legal aid, medical providers, law enforcement, and prosecutors are some of the many service providers located at the Nampa Family Justice Center, Nampa, ID.

New Orleans Family Justice Center, New Orleans, LA. Read 2011 Year-end Letter.

New York City Family Justice Center in Brooklyn – provides information and services for domestic violence victims in one location. Clients may walk in and choose which services they want, including counseling, advocacy, meeting with a prosecutor, shelter and housing help, and legal information – all while their children play safely in the next room. This FJC is designed to help Brooklyn domestic violence victims. Professionals from a wide range of community based organizations, faith-based organizations, and government agencies provide services at the FJC, Brooklyn, NY.

Peoria County Family Justice Center – created so that victims of domestic violence would have a safe place to receive information and services. Local, county and state entities work together to provide a "one-stop" shop for victims of domestic violence. Victims can come to the FCJ and file police reports, speak with an advocate, develop personalized safety plans, be assessed for risk and danger in their current relationship, receive assistance in obtaining an Order of Protection and receive resources and referrals to assist them in transitioning out of an abusive relationship, Peoria, IL.

San Diego Family Justice Center – the most comprehensive "one stop shop" in the nation for victims of family violence and their children. Victims of domestic violence in the City of San Diego can now come to one location to talk to an advocate, get a restraining order, plan for their safety, talk to a police officer, meet with a prosecutor, receive medical assistance, counsel with a chaplain, get help with transportation, and obtain nutrition or pregnancy services counseling, San Diego, CA.

St. Louis Family Justice Center – working with the City of St. Louis as well as area organizations and agencies committed to providing collaborative services for victims of domestic violence, the St. Louis Family Justice Center is a one-stop center that co-locates professionals and services under one roof to help victims and their children, St. Louis, MO.

Tri-County Family Justice Center of Northern New Mexico – providing services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and child witness of domestic violence within the geographic area of San Miguel, Mora, and Guadalupe Counties. Through outreach and advocacy, the Center seeks to educate communities about the issue of domestic violence and its impact on all our lives. The Center's programs and services are designed to contribute to a significant reduction in the incidence of violence against victims and their children, Las Vegas, NM.





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