Community Partners – FJCs

Building Your Partnerships – Alliance – 2016
Presented by the Alliance in November 2016 this webinar discusses the importance of keeping, growing and expanding partnerships in Family Justice Centers. The Alliance discusses important things to consider when bringing on a new partner such as MOUs, expectations and creating a single FJC culture. Directors from around the country participate and share insight into their partnership.

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Family Justice Center Staff Bio Questionnaire – San Diego Family Justice Center – 2006
Created by the San Diego Family Justice Center in April of 2006, this form is a biographical questionnaire that requests information related to one’s background and interests. The questionnaire is meant to educate the Center’s staff and community partners about one another in order to strengthen relationships at the Center.

 

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Sample Offsite Partnership Agreements – San Diego Family Justice Center – 2004
Created by the San Diego Family Justice Center in December of 2004, this document is the off-site partnership agreement. It sets forth the basic terms under which participating partners will voluntarily provide services to and participate in the FJC, consistent with the goals and objectives stated in the Center’s Operations Manual.

 

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Sample Partnership Agreement – New Orleans Family Justice Center – 2010
Created by the New Orleans Family Justice Center in 2010, this document is the Memorandum of Understanding between the Family Justice Center and its partner agencies. The MOU lists the description of participating entities, the history of the relationship, the intent, the purpose, and the roles and responsibilities of all parties involved.

 

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Sample Partnership Agreement – San Diego Family Justice Center -2006
Created by the San Diego Family Justice Center in March of 2006, this partnership agreement sets forth the basic terms under which the participating partner will voluntarily provide services to and participate in the FJC, consistent with the goals and objectives stated in the Center’s Operations Manual.

 

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