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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2017

SJCFJC Phase 1 partners are together and ready to serve.

Expansion to Phase 2 expected in the final quarter of 2017.

March 13, 2017 the San Joaquin County Family Justice Center (SJCFJC) made another step toward their vision by opening the SJCFJC Phase 1.  This phase features the co-location of District Attorney (DA) Family Crimes Unit prosecutors, a Stockton Police Department detective, a DA Investigator, and two advocates from Victim Witness.  These partners work together to help victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, elder abuse, and human trafficking.  

 

Phase 2, expected in the final quarter of 2017, will bring in additional partners and expand the offered services at the 

one-stop location.  Victims will no longer have to travel to multiple locations to access the outstanding service providers within our community.

Through the doors of our FJC they will find restraining order services, advocates, police, shelter, counseling, prosecutors, vocational training, and more.  To​ see who the visionary partners are, please view our mission video below.

2016

11/2 2pm MCDONALD'S - STOCKTON  

The community is invited to attend a discussion on safety for young people.  Free soda to attendees.

11/2 3:30pm MCDONALD'S - LODI  

The community is invited to attend a discussion on safety for young people.  Free soda and french fries to first 100 students with a valid school ID.

11/1 5pm

HUMAN TRAFFICKING PREVENTION SYMPOSIUM

Humphreys College will host this free community event.  Attendees will learn about grooming tactics used by recruiters, information about the human trafficking industry, available resources, local  cases. Graphic content and language.  No children under 12 permitted.  Viewer discretion is advised.    

10/26 3pm MCDONALD'S - MANTECA

The community is invited to attend a discussion on safety for young people.  Free soda to attendees.