Providing resources & supportive services to victims in need

Support & Services for Victims

  • Domestic Violence & Stalking
  • Sexual Assault & Exploitation
  • Child Abuse & Abduction
  • Elder &  Dependent abuse
  • Human Trafficking

We’re also assist victims in need of law enforcement, emergency services, and navigating the legal system.

Ways to Contact us

(510) 267-8800

470 27th Street
Oakland, CA 94612


Monday to Friday
8:30am to 5:00pm

After-hours availability, appointments, and free transportation vouchers provided as needed.

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Please Be Safe

If you are a victim of crime, please let us help you. If you need help, call:

Hate Crime Hotline
(510) 208-4824
Alameda County District Attorney’s Office
(510) 272-6222
Victim Witness Assistance Division
(510) 272-6180
Alameda County Family Justice Center
(510) 267-8800

If you are in danger, call 911 or:

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

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Who We Are

The Alameda County Family Justice Center (ACFJC)

A one-stop community support center with 30 onsite (and over 50 offsite) agencies and programs for individuals and families experiencing domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault and exploitation, child abuse, child abduction, elder and dependent adult abuse, and human trafficking.

Our ACFJC Client Navigators (on-site consultants) will link you to the services you request.


About Us

Division of Alameda County District Attorney’s Office

Envisioned by previous Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley,  Alameda County Family Justice Center began as a simple concept:

To create a 1-stop location that would provide effective, comprehensive services to victims of interpersonal violence in a collaborative and coordinated way.

The ACFJC is a Division of the District Attorney’s Office and provides visitors with legal, health, and support services and the opportunity for physical and psychological safety, recovery and well-being.

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Alameda County Text-911 Available For Those Unable to Call

Alameda County residents have the option of  sending text messages to 911. Location accuracy varies by carrier and should not be relied upon. Always include your city, location or address, and the nature of your emergency.

You should only use text-to-911 as a last resort — “call if you can, text if you can’t.”

Read the Text-to-911 Facts


National Confidential  Hotlines f0r Victims of Domestic Violence

Confidential hotlines are available 24/7 to help victims, answer questions offer support, and provide resources.

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline


FVLC Mobile Response Team
(800) 947-8301 (available 24/7)

Additional Resources