All services provided at the ACFJC are free of charge.
The Alameda County Family Justice Center (ACFJC) has over 30 different agencies and programs under one roof. These agencies and programs provide services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, child and elder abuse, dependent adult abuse, commercially sexually exploited minors, and stalking. Services include:
- Domestic violence counseling
- Sexual assault counseling
- Restraining orders
- Case management
- Trauma recovery services
- Safety planning
- Children’s counseling
- Shelter/housing assistance
- Victims Compensation Program application assistance
- Safe at Home application assistance
- Self-sufficiency program: financial literacy, professional development, resume writing and interviewing skills.
- Criminal justice information and assistance
- Childcare while parent or guardian is receiving services onsite (KidZone)
- Public Health Immunization Clinic
- Legal Advice Clinic
Survivor Training & Empowerment Program – Utilizing your Potential
Designed to empower survivors of interpersonal violence by offering financial literacy and professional development classes, as well as group-based empowerment workshops.
A 7-week financial literacy, employment skills, self-confidence, & empowerment program that includes:
- Writing resumes & cover letters
- Identifying the ‘hidden’ job market
- Understanding your value and your power
- Interviewing for success
- Understanding credit & handling debt
- Setting financial, personal, & family goals
- Developing an action plan for your life
- …and more!
Our STEP-UP Class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 11am. Childcare is provided.
We also offer STEP-UP in Spanish. For more information contact Claudia Hinojosa Torres at (510)271-1567.
To meet with a Navigator please contact our front desk at (510) 267-8800.
Trauma Recovery Center
The Alameda County Family Justice Center is designated as a Trauma Recovery Center (TRC). TRCs consists of a multidisciplinary staff or clinicians including licensed psychiatrists, psychologist and social workers who provide services, including but not limited to, all of the following resources, treatments, and recovery services to crime victims: mental health treatment services; assertive community-based outreach; clinical case management; coordination of care among medical and mental health care providers; and services to family members and loved ones of homicide victims.
Through a grant from California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) and in Partnership with La Familia Counseling and Youth Alive we are thrilled to be offering this service to our ACFJC clients. For more information please contact our front desk at (510) 267-8800.