WHO WE ARE
The Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center offers myriad services and resources for victims of domestic violence, elder abuse, human trafficking, sexual assault and child abuse all in ONE place. This means victims only need to tell their story ONE time to get all the help they need to move from a place of danger and trauma to one of safety and hope.
Core to our mission is collaboration because this work requires public and private agencies, businesses, law enforcement, health systems and other working together to address these issues. It is also the best use of community resources to collaborate and complement – not compete.
We tell friends and family, law enforcement and healthcare providers, “Just get them here and we’ll take care of the rest.”
The Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center is a stand-alone 501.c.3 nonprofit. We are an Affiliated Center of Alliance for HOPE International, and a member of the California Family Justice Center Network. The Alliance for HOPE offers program and technical assistance, as well as leadership and training institutes. Their annual international conference brings more than 600 people together to encourage and learn from some of the best in their fields. There are approximately 125 FJCs in the United States and internationally, with more added each year. The United States Department of Justice has identified Family Justice Centers as a “best practice” due to its collaborative and comprehensive approach in working with victims.
We provide collaborative services and offer hope to victims of domestic violence, elder abuse, human trafficking, sexual assault and child abuse.
We affirm the vision of the Family Justice Center Alliance where:
All the needs of victims are met
Children are protected
Batterers are held accountable
Economic justice increases
Families heal and thrive
Hope is realized, and
We ALL work together