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Alameda County Family Justice Center

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until crime victims are.

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Abusers can track your computer activity. If you are in danger, please call 911 or the National Domestic Violence Hotline (1-800-799-SAFE). And consider using a safer computer such as one from the library or a friend's house.

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STEP-UP 2 WORK is an employment training partnership between the Alameda County Family Justice Center and Annie Cannons. Annie Cannons is a non-profit organization dedicated to training survivors in one of today's most lucrative skills: computer programming.

This opportunity is offered to suitable candidates who have completed the STEP-UP program.

The STEP-UP 2 WORK program runs for 6-months and requires 20 hours per week of class instruction.

During and after training, our students start earning income by working on client projects in a safe, supportive, and nondiscriminatory environment.

For further information about the STEP-UP 2 WORK program, please contact the ACFJC at (510) 267-8800.


We have a very active VOICES Committee at the ACFJC. VOICES is a committee of client/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault who volunteer their time to celebrate their strength and survival. VOICES Committee members experience growth and empowerment as they carry out projects that aid and support others who are going through what they went through. For more information please contact our front desk at (510) 267-8800.