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Alameda County Family Justice Center

Justice is not served
until crime victims are.

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Domestic Violence and Employment Wheel

This wheel describes how employment can play a key role in helping to prevent abuse. While it does not mean that if a survivor has a job, she will not experience abuse, it shows how being employed can help increase a survivor's options for leaving an abusive relationship.

Domestic Violence & Unemployment Insurance If You Must Quit

An informational sheet for domestic violence survivors surrounding legal rights for unemployment insurance.