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Feds Recognize Alameda and Contra Costa Counties for Work Caring for Domestic Violence Victims

OAKLAND — 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. Both East Bay counties are considered to be leaders nationwide in how they respond to…
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Acting DA Singas Proposes One-Stop Shop for Victims of Domestic Violence

Mineola, NY – June 1, 2015 – Acting Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas has proposed and is working with regional and local governmental and non-governmental partners to create a comprehensive one-stop shop for domestic violence victims that would allow them to receive legal, health, financial and other services in one convenient location next to…
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Grand Opening of Central Contra Costa County’s First Family Justice Center

Central Family Justice Center Grand Opening of Central Contra Costa County’s First Family Justice Center Mar 19, 2015 Concord – After today, victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse and human trafficking will have a place to go in Central  to get the comprehensive assistance necessary to get out of harm’s way…
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Concord Pd Reminds Residents of Central County Family Justice Center

Concord Pd Reminds Residents of Central County Family Justice Center The Family Justice Center is open and located at 2151 Salvio St. By SUSAN C. SCHENA (Patch Staff)March 30, 2015 News submitted from the Concord Police Department: The CCC Family Justice Center had its grand opening at 2151 Salvio Street. The center is a “one stop” shop…
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Concord: Central county family justice center a ‘one-stop shop’ for victims of abuse

Concord: Central county family justice center a ‘one-stop shop’ for victims of abuse Bay City News POSTED:   03/20/2015 12:25:17 PM PDT  Gilbert Herrera, center, of Concord, visits with Dorea Stevens, right, of the Bay Area Crisis Nursery during the open house for the new Central Family Justice Center in Concord, Calif., on Thursday, March…
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Contra Costa Times: Concord council bucks recommendation, awards $250,000 grant to Family Justice Center

CONCORD — City Council members on Tuesday gave the Central County Family Justice Center a $250,000 grant, overriding a committee’s decision to award substantially less. In December, a subcommittee of Concord’s Community Services Commission approved a $30,000 award for the Central County Family Justice Center, which opened Monday at 2151 Salvio St., across from Todos…
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Contra Costa Times: Concord: Center to help domestic violence victims opening in January

“CONCORD — The Central County Family Justice Center, which will help victims report domestic violence, is scheduled to open next month in Salvio Pacheco Square. The City Council on Tuesday allocated $35,000 to fund the first six months of operations at the center and approved a three-year lease for 8,000 square feet of office space…
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Contra Costa Times: Concord: Incumbents sworn in Tuesday; Tim Grayson remains mayor

“Grayson also thanked his council colleagues, City Attorney Mark Coon, City Manager Valerie Barone and Police Chief Guy Swanger for their support and hard work in shepherding the family justice center from concept to reality in just one year. The proposed Central County Family Justice Center, which will be located in downtown Concord, will help…
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Construction Begins on Expanded Family Justice Center for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence: Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, dignitaries join For Richmond at groundbreaking

“For Richmond leaders joined Lt. Gov Gavin Newsom, Contra Costa Supervisor John Giola, Police Chief Chris Magnus and various community leaders and organizations Friday to celebrate the groundbreaking of the expanded West Contra Costa Family Justice Center (FJC) in Richmond. FJC is a multi-service center for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, and…
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Local organizations raise awareness about resources for domestic violence victims

Richmond Confidential By S. Parker Yesko Posted October 4, 2014 7:12 pm Domestic Violence Awareness Month has spurred local organizations to spotlight expanding resources for victims, witnesses, and even perpetrators. At a time when an NFL scandal has propelled the issue into the national spotlight, several agencies and nonprofits are making Richmond a priority for…
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