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Family Justice Center

The District Attorney’s Office, in collaboration with a variety of community partners, has created three Family Justice Centers. FJCs are a safe and confidential place for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child and elder abuse. We’re here when you need to discuss your options about safety, emotional well-being, and your legal rights as a victim of a crime.

You can expect a one-on-one private consultation with an experienced advocate, who will serve as your guide to getting connected with a variety of available resources.

Please visit the Riverside County Family Justice Center website at: www.rivcofjc.org

Services Offered:
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Restraining and protective orders
  • Relocation assistance
  • Verizon HopeLine cell phone program
  • Emergency shelter, housing, food and gas
  • Family Law legal assistance
  • Counseling for you and/or your children
  • Safe and comfortable children’s play room
  • Information on immigration assistance
  • Help applying for CalVCP - a victim compensation program
  • Prosecution of the offender
  • Guidance through the criminal justice system
  • Information on your rights as a crime victim
  • Court support
  • Restitution assistance
FJC Partners:
Alternatives to Domestic Violence
Center Against Sexual Assault
Coachella Valley Sexual Assault Services
Department of Public Social Services
District Attorney’s Office
Inland Counties Legal Services
Living Shield Ministries
Riverside County Probation Department
Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center
Riverside Police Department
Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
Safe Alternatives For Everyone
Shelter From the Storm

Note: Not all partners are available at each Center, but we will always try to help you get the services you need.
 

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Donate your old phones!

The Division of Victim Services staff partner with Verizon's Hopeline program to provide cellular phones for victims of domestic violence. Staff countywide collect phones and turn them over to Verizon. Verizon, in turn, donates new phones - and cellular airtime - for use by domestic violence victims. The phones provide these victims a vital link to emergency and/or support services during a crisis and can also connect them to employers, family, and friends.


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