The Family Justice Center is uniquely focused on the needs of survivors and their families, helping support their journey to heal and thrive.
Please note that there are no fees for services provided at the Center.
Each client works with an expertly-trained, culturally and linguistically-competent Navigator who serves as the client’s single and trusted point of contact. They provide guidance that supports clients to make viable and safe case plans and connect with the services they need to establish their safety and identify long term solutions.
Through a centralized intake and assessment process, our Navigators will connect clients to services identified such as links to services for elders; victim advocacy services; connect to assistance with domestic violence restraining order (DVRO) applications, immigration and other civil issues; and assistance and advocacy with law enforcement and prosecutor’s office, all of which are available on-site at our center. Additional support such as mental health services, education, health, linkages and support for employment, and other economic assistance programs are available through our off-site service network of providers.
To begin working with a Navigator, contact the Center at 510-974-7200 or 925-521-6366.