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Family Justice Center On-Site Partners

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On-Site Hours: TBD

Phone: (209) 444-5900

Provides nutrition assistance programs, healthcare access, services for seniors, advocacy, assistance with

community benefits, and family wellness.


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 (CAPC).

CAPC also facilitates Parent Café on site, provides child trauma therapy, and a wealth of additional services. 

Contact our office for more information on the support services offered


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, assistance with

Care Link - healthcare for the homeless, and care coordination.

Our on-site survivor advocate is here to assist you with navigating your healthcare needs. 

On-Site Hours: TBD

On site case managers are here to provide assistance with Domestic Violence restraining orders, access to emergency

shelter and transitional housing. They are also able to provide court accompaniment, risk assessment and safety

planning, and parenting classes.


On-Site Hours: Monday  9:00am-11:45am

Offers assistance with Civil Restraining Orders, translation services, immigration information, Victim

Compensation Claim form assistance, and adult mental health. 

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On-Site Hours: Monday-Friday  8:30am-4:30pm

Phone: (209) 468-9433

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Specialists are here to assist with filling out Temporary Restraining Orders,

safety planning, assisting with emergency shelter, and provide peer counseling.

24-Hour Helplines

Collect Calls Accepted

Domestic Violence: (209) 465-4878

Sexual Assault: (209) 465-4997

Youth/Human Trafficking: (209) 948-1911

On-Site Hours: Monday-Friday  8:30am-4:30pm

Phone: Christina  (209) 468-0929

            Claudia    (209) 468-2565


DCSS can assist with opening a child support claim, establishing legal parentage, locating absent parents, and answering your questions regarding child support.


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

Phone: (209) 468-2400


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

Phone: (209) 468-2400

Phone: (209) 468-4800

If you are over the age of 18 and in need of earning your high school diploma, the San Joaquin County Office of 

Education can help. The Come Back Kid program is held at the Family Justice Center and will give you the

opportunity of earning your high school diploma with a self-paced program. On-site childcare is also available 

while you study.


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

Stockton Police Department

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



On-Site Hours: TBD

Without Permission provides advocacy and restoration to those who have experienced sex trafficking.

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.

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Phone: (209) 329-3293

Giving Opportunities to Kids is a unique organization with the mission of supporting children who attend Lodi

Unified School District Schools by providing opportunities to help children explore and develop their talents, 

interests, and skills.

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Provides assistance to those affected by human trafficking as well as education and outreach.

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Phone: (209) 468-4100

Phone: (209) 468-4400

Offers access to community LGBTQIA+ resources, mental health access, and transgender support.

Empowering the homeless by providing services such as; free mobile laundry, mental and physical wellness 

classes, financial education, and job readiness assistance. 

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