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Elder Abuse During COVID-19 Nov 10, 2020

On October 22, 2020, the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office and the Alameda County Family Violence Council held a panel discussion on the many ways Elders and Dependent Adults are being effected during COVID-19. The panelists were Alameda County Deputy District Attorney Briggitte Lowe, Executive Director of Legal Assistance for Seniors James Treggiari, Executive Director of Ombudsman Services Nicole Howell, and Program Manager, Alameda County Division of Aging and Adult Protection Vanessa Baker.

The robust discussion was moderated by the Honorable Victor A. Rodriguez, Alameda County Superior Court Judge. The Alameda County Family Justice Center remains open M-F 8:30-5pm to assist those in need of help. (510) 267-8800.

View the video here.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month Events Oct 15, 2020

10/22 - Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has arguably effected the Elder and Dependent Adult population in every aspect of their lives. As we recognize the hardships endured and the continued work needed join us in this important discussion of the unique challenges, barriers faced and lessons learned throughout Alameda County.

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Nicole Howell
Executive Director,
Ombudsman Services of Contra Costa,
Solano, and Alameda Counties

Briggitte Lowe
Deputy District Attorney,
Alameda County District Attorney's Office

Vanessa Baker
Program Manager,
Division of Aging & Adult Protection

James Treggiari
Executive Director,
Legal Assistance for Seniors

Moderated by
The Honorable Victor A. Rodriguez, Alameda County Superior Court Judge

Co-sponsored by
Alameda County District Attorney's Office
Alameda County Family Violence Council

10/27 - Wellness Wednesdays

Come join us in a safe space to learn and practice mindfulness techniques. The focus is on self-care to reduce stress and support healing and growth. Take time for yourself.

2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 12:15 to 1 pm

Virtual Zoom meeting: Join here
Dr. Joanna Zygmont
ACFJC Trauma Recovery Center
(510) 267-8800

Saturdays in October -Community Conversations

A Safe Space will host virtual discussions guided by members of the African American Domestic Peace Project through the month.

10/17 - Re-Entry + Domestic Violence

10/24 - Mental Health + Trauma

Save your spot for these conversations here

Wellness Wednesday Oct 12, 2020

Lyft and Alameda DA’s Office Partner to Provide Free Rides to and from FJC Jun 15, 2020

The District Attorney’s Office and Lyft have teamed up to provide access to transportation for victims and survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, elder abuse, and sexual assault with rides to and from the Family Justice Center. The transportation network company will provide access to free rides to those in need of transportation to and from the Center where they will receive vital help and resources.

“We are extremely grateful to Lyft. It takes a company with compassion and a vision to make available this type of community service,” says DA O’Malley. “The services provided at the Family Justice Center are life-changing for many of the victims and survivors who we work with. Access is key, and this partnership will ensure that anyone who needs us has a secure mode of transportation to and from the Center.”

“We want to fill mobility needs for those who need it most and we thank District Attorney O'Malley for her leadership in finding ways to help survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence get to secure locations, like the Alameda County Family Justice Center” said Traci Lee, Senior Public Policy Manager, Lyft. “By working together with leaders like DA O'Malley, we can continue to activate LyftUp and provide transportation access to those who need it.”

The Alameda County Family Justice Center is made up of over 30 onsite and over 50 offsite agencies and programs that provide services and support to individuals and families who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault and exploitation, child abuse, elder and dependent adult abuse, and stalking. It is located at 470 27th Street in Oakland.

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.

FAQs Regarding Domestic Violence May 20, 2020

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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ACFJC Open to Serve Needs of Victims and Survivors Mar 27, 2020

The Alameda County Family Justice Center (ACFJC) is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5pm. ACFJC staff are working to address critical needs of clients. On site staffing includes but is not limited to district attorneys, claims specialists, victim/witness advocates, navigators, and partner agencies.

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