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May 2015

ACFJC Commended by DOJ for Helping & Protecting Women and Children May 29, 2015

Recently, a delegation from the Department of Justice - Office of Violence Against Women visited the Alameda County Family Justice Center to acknowledge and commend the considerable inroads the ACFJC has made in coordinating the response to violence against women in our region. The visit was in honor of the 20th Anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act and part of a national tour of outstanding facilities making a difference in the lives of women.

The group, led by Principal Deputy Director Bea Hanson, saw first-hand why the ACFJC is a model for excellence for centers around the nation. Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley and ACFJC Executive Director Cherri Allison led the delegation on a tour of the ACFJC facility, introducing our service partners and demonstrating the specific ways in which we serve victims of crime.

L-R: ACFJC Executive Director Cherri Allison, DA Nancy O'Malley, DOJ-OVW Principal Deputy Director Bea Hanson, DOJ-OVW Confidential Assistant Carla Bernal, DOJ-OVW Deputy for Policy Rosie Hidalgo.

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Coordinating Services Can Save Lives! May 29, 2015

Monday, September 28, 2015
9am to 4:30pm

Alameda County’s Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team Presents:
Coordinating Services Can Save Lives!

The California Endowment Center
111 Broadway, Oakland

Please join us and learn how the Alameda County’s Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team (DVFRT) assists local agencies in identifying and reviewing domestic violence deaths, including homicides and suicides, and facilitates communication among the various agencies involved in domestic violence cases.

Registration information to follow

Argosy University’s 3rd Annual Chasing the Rock for Kids Golf Tournament May 29, 2015

Friday, October 23, 2015

Las Positas Golf Course, Livermore
Noon start

All proceeds benefit ACFJC Children’s Programs

The 2014 tournament, last October at Tilden Golf Course in Berkeley, hosted 60 golfers who participated in many fun activities, a wine raffle and a buffet lunch. The highlight of the day was the presentation of a $25,000 scholarship to an ACFJC client.

For more information about the upcoming tournament this October, including sponsorship, please contact Michael Toliver at (510) 217-4728. Online registration information will be available soon.

Faith Matters May 20, 2015

June 3, 2015

Please join us for the Interfaith Initiative Pilot Program (IIPP) Open House on June 3, 2015 from 1pm to 2:30pm. The IIPP provides therapeutic counseling and spiritual support to victims of domestic violence and connects victims to our network of Temples, Mosques, Synagogues, and other spiritual meeting places to ensure continued spiritual support.

  • Tour the ACFJC
  • Discover services available to victims of domestic violence and other forms of intimate partner violence
  • Learn about IIPP
  • Register to receive domestic violence awareness training designed to support victims, hold abusers accountable and create a prevention strategy

470 27th Street
Oakland, CA 94612

Free 2-hour street parking

For more information please contact Will Yancy at: (510) 504-0648