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Support SAFE FJC Services

SAFE Family Justice Centers delivers a wide spectrum of services to children, youth and families who have experienced abuse. Donate here to support our programs and services:

SAFE Family Justice Centers is a 501(c)3 organization and was established in 1998 as a domestic violence organization. In 2005, SAFE Family Justice Centers expanded its service mission to become a “Family Justice Center”. As a Family Justice Center, we still provide our same great services for survivors, what’s different is that now, we do it in the format of a multi-agency service center or a “one stop shop”.

This means that local government and community-based organizations partner with us and designate a staff person from their home agency to come and work in our centers.

Together, as a team, we help children, youth, and families who have experienced violence from one location and in a format the prevents people from having to retell the details of their traumatic experiences over and over again. Delivering a wide spectrum of services to people who need us most in the community under one roof is a best practice to serve victims of abuse.

Support the Turpins

A special fund is currently set up here to support the Turpin children and adults. This special fund is designated to support the survivors of this abuse with stability and quality of life funding to promote their overall wellbeing. As survivors of trauma, funds are used to provide life skill training and more.

Friends of the Riverside County Family Justice Center Foundation

In 2005 Friends of the Riverside County Family Justice Center Foundation was established to support the development of our Family Justice Centers. Today, funds raised by our foundation are used for special projects that support the organization and our center partners. The purpose of the Foundation was to financially support the programs and services of The Riverside County Family Justice Centers. (FJC’s)

Although the Foundation was initially formed through private grants, a consistent funding stream does not exist. The Foundation is governed by a Board which includes non-profit, law enforcement and community leaders.

A special fund is currently set up here to support The Turpin children and adults. In 2018, news about one of the most heinous child abuse cases in Riverside County was released. 13 children and adults were rescued from an abusive home. Many of the adults and children were held in captivity and abused for their entire lives. This special fund is designated to support the survivors of this abuse.

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