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Domestic violence refers to any form of abusive behavior that occurs within a close relationship, such as marriage, dating, or cohabitation. It involves the use of physical, emotional, psychological, sexual,
or financial control or harm against one partner by another.
Domestic violence can affect individuals of any gender, age, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, or cultural group.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINES & LINKS
IF YOU ARE IN IMMEDIATE DANGER DIAL 911
24-HOUR SHELTERS, HOTLINES, AND LINKS
ADDITIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS
LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT LINKS
COUNTY/STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT LINKS
ADDITIONAL SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY RESOURCE AGENCIES
SJC Family Justice Center: 209-468-2600
Child Abuse Prevention Council: 209-464-4524
Community Medical Centers: 209-636-5400
Gospel Center Rescue Mission: 209-320-2323
SJC Department of Child Support Services: 209-468-8601
SJC Victim Witness: 209-468-2500
INFORMATION & LINKS
UNDERSTANDING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND CHILDREN
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND STRANGULATION
TEEN DATING VIOLENCE
LOCAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE GRAPHICS AND DOWNLOADS
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The San Joaquin County Domestic Violence Task Force serves as a hub where government agencies, healthcare providers, non-profit organizations, and community members come together to combat domestic violence. By combining resources and expertise from multiple sectors, we can ensure a more holistic and impactful approach to this critical issue. This website offers easy access to resources in the San Joaquin community for those who have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence. We understand the importance of providing immediate support to survivors.
Our task force aims to establish a cohesive and rapid response system for intervention.
This includes streamlined communication and coordination among relevant agencies to ensure swift and effective action when incidents of domestic violence are reported.
Our website offers a comprehensive directory of local resources, such as crisis helplines, shelters, counseling services, child support, and other forms of assistance. The website prioritizes community education on the complexities of domestic violence, its warning signs, and its impact on survivors.
To receive services through the San Joaquin County Family Justice Center and other partners of the San Joaquin County Domestic Violence Task Force, no crime report is needed.
Together, we strive to create a safe and supportive environment for all members of the San Joaquin County community. By fostering collaboration between government, health care, and non-profit organizations, educating the community, providing essential resources to survivors, and implementing a cohesive and rapid response for intervention, we can work towards eradicating domestic violence and building a more resilient society.