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Please be safe. If you are a victim of crime, please let us help you.

If you need help, call or email:

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

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Text-To-911 Now Available for OPD

The Oakland Police Department is pleased to announce that community members can now use Text-to-911.

Starting, December 31, 2020, Text-to-911 will be an additional safe and reliable resource for residents to contact the Oakland Police Department in an emergency.

View more information available here


Domestic Violence Resources

Several anonymous, confidential hotlines are available 24/7 to help victims, offer support and provide resources. Whether it’s an immediate crisis or a quick question, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline (thehotline.org) or the @Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline (childhelphotline.org ).

Local resources available here:

FVLC 24hr. Mobile Response Team: 800 947-8301


LYFT AND ALAMEDA DA’S OFFICE PARTNER TO PROVIDE FREE RIDES TO AND FROM FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER

In order to access the ride from Lyft:
Call 510-267-8800 to reach a navigator at the Family Justice Center. The navigators have the codes from Lyft and will either make the code available or arrange for the ride.
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FAQs regarding protecting survivors of domestic and interpersonal violence or abuse during shelter in place.

In response to the current pandemic of novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”), on March 16, 2020, the Alameda County Public Health Department issued a Shelter-In-Place Order requiring Alameda County residents, including the residents of Oakland, to remain in their homes except for certain designated exceptions; the Department has since extended shelter-in-place requirements through May 3, 2020.
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The Alameda County Family Justice Center is open and ready to serve crisis needs for victims of domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault and exploitation, child abuse, child abduction, elder and dependent abuse, and human trafficking.

Staff will be at work, ready to assist those in critical need.

We will also be able to quickly link individuals to resources for
restraining orders and other emergency services. View more information on available services here

Who we are

Welcome to the Alameda County Family Justice Center (ACFJC), a one-stop 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.

Call us at (510) 267-8800 or
email us at: info@acfjc.org

How We Can Help

We Provide:

  • crisis intervention
  • emergency shelter
  • counseling for adults and children
  • case management
  • legal assistance and information
  • housing assistance
  • self-sufficiency programs
  • children’s programs
  • law enforcement investigation
  • trauma recovery services

Center Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm. Appointments can be made after hours. We can provide transportation vouchers when needed.

About Us

The Alameda County Family Justice Center (ACFJC), envisioned by Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley, 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.