NOTE: Please be advised that all family justice centers are currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will inform you when the centers reopen. Although physical locations are unavailable for in-person support, learn more about virtual and telephonic emergency services.
Family Justice Centers (FJCs) are multicultural, walk-in facilities that bring together professionals from multiple social and legal service agencies to help survivors of domestic violence, elder abuse and sex trafficking. This collaborative environment helps survivors to quickly and easily locate desperately needed resources to recover and rebuild their lives.
Operated by the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence, FJCs offer services in multiple languages and help survivors regardless of their immigration status. FJCs also provide a place for children ages three and up to go while their parents receive services, which include:
- Safety planning
- Case management
- Legal assistance
- Housing assistance
- Financial assistance
FJCs are walk-in facilities.