Alameda County Family Justice Center

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Open enrollment for Covered California

began November 15, 2014 and

runs through February 15, 2015.

The ACFJC, in conjunction with the Alameda County Library P.U.L.S.E Program and Covered California, will be hosting Open Enrollment Sessions on Fridays from 10am to 1pm at the ACFJC.Please see the flyers for specific dates:
English | Spanish

Also, see our Events Page for more information.

Interested participants should call (510) 267-8863 to reserve a spot. Space is limited to 20 clients per Enrollment Session.

You can make a difference to the ACFJC by being a sponsor or by purchasing a ticket to the 2015 Gala.
Save the Date: January 31st, 2015. We look forward to seeing you there!

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@acgov.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

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.