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Alameda County Family Justice Center

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(Survivor Training and Empowerment Program – Utilizing your Potential) is designed to empower survivors of interpersonal violence by offering financial literacy and professional development classes, as well as group-based empowerment workshops.

Please call the ACFJC at (510) 267-8800 for more information.

A 7-week financial literacy, employment skills, self-confidence, & empowerment program that includes:

  • Writing resumes & cover letters
  • Identifying the 'hidden' job market
  • Understanding your value and your power
  • Interviewing for success
  • Understanding credit & handling debt
  • Budgeting
  • Setting financial, personal, & family goals
  • Developing an action plan for your life
  • …and more!

Our STEP-UP Class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 11am.

We also offer STEP-UP in Spanish. For more information contact Karina Silva at (510) 267-8803.

Childcare is provided.

For enrollment information, please call Denise Jackson at (510) 267-8810.