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Help Us Support Victims of Abuse and Get Involved

Do you want to help us make a difference?

You can become part of our mission to provide victims of abuse with centralized access to public and private resources in a safe, secure, and private environment. Here is how:

Donate to our center so we can help support more victims of abuse with our program
Follow us on social media and sign up for our newsletter to participate in events
Use your employer giving campaign to support our work
Start a donation drive to collect goods that we need most using our wish list! We always need help preparing for events like the holidays and back to school season. Each quarter we have a special need for supplies related to these events
Spread awareness and invite us to your agency to give a presentation about the work that we do
Become a corporate sponsor or donor and let us highlight your business at our events
Sign up to support us using Amazon Smile with your everyday purchases
Join our Advisory Board and help us spread the word about our services
If you are a survivor of abuse and want to share your story, consider joining our Survivor Speakers Bureau
Consider becoming a volunteer. We always need help in our program with the following:
  • providing direct assistance to victims of abuse
  • volunteers to help with projects/events

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Training and Outreach Requests

At the SAFE Family Justice Center, we love to educate others about how to work with victims of crime and about our unique services. We currently provide training and outreach presentation to the public.

Training Opportunities (at cost)

How to work with victims of crime
40-hour Domestic Violence Counselor Training (California Evidence Code Section §1037.1(a)(1)

Outreach Presentations:

Invite us to come and speak about our programs and services at your business/agency online or in-person.

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Partner with Us

The Family Justice Center framework promotes collaboration to provide high quality trauma informed services to victims of abuse for free. If your agency or business is interested in partnering to help victims of abuse, please contact us!

Volunteer/Intern

Volunteers and Interns serve a big role in our programs. We rely on volunteers/interns to help us deliver high quality, trauma informed programs and care to survivors of abuse.

Our program seeks students and individuals who are seeking to increase and enhance their experience in providing services to people who have experienced trauma.

Eligibility for our program:

Must be at least 18 years of age
Agree to be interviewed
Successfully complete the background process
Agree to work at least 16 hours per month
Agree to a one-year (for students this may be an academic year) commitment at the SAFE FJC.
Attend an orientation meeting
Agree to follow the policies, procedures and operations manual for the FJC
Complete required 40 Domestic Violence Counselor Training
Demonstrate experience or ability to work with people in crisis and ability to show sensitivity to the issue of exposure to trauma

The SAFE Family Justice Center recognizes and appreciates that many survivors of domestic violence wish to give something back by volunteering in this area. We welcome all applications. However, for the health and safety of our volunteers, clients, and staff, we ask that anyone wishing to volunteer be out of a violent relationship for at least two years at the time of submitting their application.

Our SAFE FJC Volunteer/Intern Program provides students/volunteers with exposure and experience in the following areas:
Assisting with adult/youth programs
Exposure to working directly with victims of abuse
Learn about the criminal justice and family law systems
Receive victim advocacy training
Help us share our mission with the community through public presentations
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