Family Justice Center On-Site Partners

On-Site Hours: By appointment

Phone: (209) 464-4524

Do you want to engage in services at the Family Justice Center, or do you have a qualifying court date but

you don't know what to do with your little ones? Give the FJC a call at (209) 468-2600 and we can arrange

for childcare at our facility with a daycare provider from Child Abuse Prevention Council.

On-Site Hours: TBD

Through education, intervention and support, Chest of Hope strives to assist individuals achieve their long-term

goals of living violence free. Some of the services the provide are;

  • Access to Shelters or other Housing Providers

  • Court accompaniment

  • Risk Assessment and Safety Planning

  • Case Management

  • Individual and Group Counseling

  • Human Trafficking Victims shelter for ages 18-27 years

  • Transitional Individual Housing

  • Transitional Family Housing

On-Site Hours: Monday-Friday  8:00am-5:00pm

Provides access to comprehensive healthcare services including medical, dental, behavioral health,

substance use disorder [SUD] services, and more; provides patient advocacy, case management,

and care coordination.

On-Site Hours: Tuesday & Thursday  8:00am-5:00pm

Phone: (209) 468-8179

DCSS can assist with opening a child support case, modifying a child support order, and answering your

questions regarding child support.

On-Site Hours: Monday-Friday  8:00am-5:00pm

Phone: (209) 468-2400

Phone: (209) 468-4800

SJCOE offers programs and classes such as The Parent Project and Come Back Kid that are

held at the Family Justice Center. For more information, check out our "Classes and Events" tab.

On-Site Hours: Monday-Friday  8:00am-5:00pm

Phone: (209) 468-2500

Victim advocates serve as the liaison between the victims and law enforcement officials ensuring that each

victim is treated with equality and respect. It is essential that victims, family friends, and relatives are

included in the criminal justice process. Victim advocates can assist with the following:

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Follow-up for emotional, personal, financial and employment problems resulting from the crime

  • Filing for compensation through the California Victim Compensation Program

  • Obtaining restraining orders

  • Victim Impact Statements

  • Orientation to the criminal justice system support through court appearances

Witnesses of a crime are key in the prosecution of the case. As a witness of a crime, your truthful testimony is crucial

to the outcome of the case. The criminal justice system can be overwhelming when you are a witness. Victim Advocates

can assist with the following:

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Orientation to criminal justice system

  • Emergency assistance with shelter, food, clothing & transportation

  • Witness Fees

On-Site Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm

Stockton Police Department Detectives from the Family Crimes Unit are assigned to the FJC on rotation.

They assist with taking crime reports and in certain circumstances, can take courtesy reports for other

jurisdictions. 

On-Site Hours: Monday-Friday  8:30am-5:00pm

Phone: (209) 468-9433

Women's Center Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Specialists are here to assist

with filling out Temporary Restraining Orders, assisting with shelter, and provide counseling.

24-Hour Helplines

Collect Calls Accepted

Domestic Violence: (209) 465-4878

Sexual Assault: (209) 465-4997

Youth/Human Trafficking: (209) 948-1911

Family Justice Center Off-Site Partners

Phone: (209) 468-3780

Adult Protective Services program provides emergency intervention to dependent adults and seniors. APS

investigates allegations of abuse, intervenes when necessary, and provides community resources and education.

Phone: (209) 468-9370

Adult, Youth, and Children Mental Health Services as well as Substance Abuse Services and Older Adult Services.  

Phone: (209) 468-1333

Children’s Services Bureau receives reports 24-hours per day, 7 days per week, of suspected child abuse,

neglect and exploitation. If intervention is required, the Bureau conducts an assessment of the family.

Monday - Friday / 8:00am-5:00pm

 222 E. Weber Ave 1st Floor, Stockton, CA 95202

(209) 468-2600

FamilyJusticeCenter@sjcda.org

We are on the first floor of the former courthouse.

The main entrance to our building can be accessed from the walkway on the west side of the building.

For driving/walking directions, click "directions" on the map to the right.

Parking Options:

Street Parking - use pay stations

Ed Coy Parking Garage

SEB Parking Garage

For RTD bus routes, click here.

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