Earlier this year, the Contra Costa Family Justice Center participated in an evaluation report of seven California based Family Justice Centers released by the University of Oklahoma. The Center of Applied Research on Nonprofit Organizations research team worked closely with Alliance for HOPE International and its Family Justice Center Alliance program to complete the research study. “Survivor Defined Success, Hope and Well-Being: An Assessment of the Impact of Family Justice Centers” found statistically significant increases in Hope, Resiliency, Satisfaction of Life, Emotional Well-Being, and Flourishing in the lives of survivors after receiving services in Family Justice Centers in California. The study was funded by Blue Shield of California Foundation as part of their long-term support for the development of Family Justice Centers in communities across California.
June 22, 2017
“The new Elder Abuse Prevention Project is designed to increase the reporting of elder abuse and to optimize its interagency-collaborative approach, including sharing client data, to serve seniors as quickly as possible.”
June 5, 2017
Contra Costa Family Justice Center named an honoree For California Nonprofits Day!
April 21, 2017
“ For perspective from an expert not involved in the case, 2 Investigates interviewed Susun Kim, the Executive Director of the Contra Costa Family Justice Center.”
April 19, 2017
“[The city] supported the Contra Costa Family Justice Alliance, a nonprofit organization that helps victims of domestic violence who struggle to find services because of their race, citizenship status and level of poverty.”
November 15, 2016
Susun Kim, Executive Director of the Contra Costa Family Justice Center, was honored as the Contra Costa County Prosecutor’s Association Champion for Justice of 2016!
October 4, 2016
” The City of Concord also just won the prestigious Helen Putnam Award for Excellence for its Central County Family Justice Center.”
October 1, 2016
“The Lawyers for Family Justice program is a community effort,” says Kim. “We have outstanding community attorneys dedicating their time to mentor, strong support from the Contra Costa County Bar Association, and friendships with incubator programs all across the country, which continue to evolve and improve their practices.”
August 3, 2016
“The Family Justice Center appears to have left no stone unturned in the effort to provide swift and welcoming assistance and resources to abused women and seniors.”
April 16, 2015
“In recognition of 20 years since the passage of the Violence Against Women Act, federal officials this week visited East Bay family justice centers to applaud efforts in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to protect women and children.”