Alameda County Family Justice Center, Alameda, California
The Center for Family Justice, Bridgeport, Connecticut
Crystal Judson Family Justice Center, Tacoma, Washington
Essex County Family Justice Center, Essex, New Jersey
Nampa Family Justice Center, Nampa, Idaho
New Orleans Family Justice Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
One Safe Place, Fort Worth, Texas
Sojourner Family Peace Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Tulsa Family Safety Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Thurston County Family Justice Center, Olympia, WA
Family Justice Center of Boston, Boston, MA
Buncombe County Family Justice Center, Asheville, NC
Family Justice Center Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, CA
The Family Justice Center Alliance, a program of Alliance for HOPE International, is honored to support formally affiliated Family Justice Centers and Multi-Agency Models across the United States. We strongly recommend our affiliated Centers to funders in the public and private sector. Affiliated Centers have demonstrated their commitment to the Guiding Principles of the Family Justice Center movement, a close working relationship with our national technical assistance and training program, and a focus on providing trauma-informed care for survivors and their children.
The Family Justice Center Movement’s Guiding Principles, developed by the Alliance’s National and Operating Boards, are the fundamental values that should direct the vision, service delivery, and environment of a Family Justice Center or similar multi-agency model.
Safety-Focused: Increase safety, promote healing, and foster empowerment through services for victims and their children
Victim-Centered: Provide Victim-centered services that promote victim autonomy
Culturally Responsive: Commitment to the utilization of culturally relevant service approaches that are measurable and behavior based
Intervene and Prevent: Engage all communities through outreach and community education
Survivor Driven: Shape services to clients by asking them what they need
Transformative (willing to change): Evaluate and adjust services by including survivors input and evidence-based best practices
Relationship-Based: Maintain close working relationships among all collaborators/agencies (law enforcement, prosecution, community-based violence programs, shelters and other social services)
Prevention-Oriented: Integrate primary, secondary and tertiary prevention approaches into all initiatives, programs, and projects
Kind-Hearted: Develop a Family Justice Center community that values, affirms, recognizes and supports staff, volunteers, and clients (Trauma-informed care and services)
Empowered: offer survivors a place to belong even after the crisis intervention services are no longer necessary
Offender Accountability: Increase offender accountability through evidence based prosecution strategies
More than 20 others Centers are currently going through the Affiliation Process with the Family Justice Center Alliance and additional Centers will be posted to this website after they complete the process. If you would like information on a Center you are considering for funding please contact Alliance for HOPE International at email@example.com.
If you would like to know more about becoming an Affiliated Center or Multi-Agency model, click here.