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Family Justice Center

About the Santa Ana Family Justice Center

In June 2019, the City Council appropriated funding through the FY 2019-20 budget process to establish the Santa Ana Family Justice Center (SAFJC). SAFJC was established in January 2020 as the first of its kind in the Country, co-located within the Police Department administration building. The SAFJC is a partnership between the Santa Ana Police Department and 17 social services organizations to provide a “one stop shop” where survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, human trafficking and elder abuse can receive the assistance and support they need.  The U.S. Department of Justice has recognized the Family Justice Center as a best practice model. The SAFJC has also joined 90 other Family Justice Centers nationwide in their affiliation with Alliance for HOPE International to ensure it is following industry standard best practices. Through the unprecedented pandemic, the SAFJC has proven a critical and successful resource for the Santa Ana community.

Available services

  • Safety Planning
  • Assistance in obtaining a Protection Order (Restraining Order)
  • Emotional Support and Mental Health Services
  • Emergency Needs and Support
  • Legal Services and Advocacy
  • Shelter Placement
  • Child Advocacy and Support
  • Prevention and Personal Empowerment Programs
  • Adult Advocacy and Support

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Contact us

If you are a victim of domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, sexual assault or human trafficking, please contact the Santa Ana Family Justice Center, located inside the Santa Ana Police Department:

60 Civic Center Plaza – Third Floor
Santa Ana, CA 92701

Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(714) 245-8278
FamilyJusticeCenter@santa-ana.org

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Partners

  • 4GIRLS
  • Casa De La Familia
  • Community Legal Aid SoCal
  • County of Orange Social Services Agency
    • CalWorks
    • Adult Protective Services
    • Children and Family Services
  • Crime Survivors
  • Eli Home for Abused Children
  • Get Safe
  • Human Options
  • Mexican Consulate
  • New Star FJC
  • Orange County Department of Child Support Services
  • Project Youth
  • Waymakers
  • Women’s Transitional Living Center Inc. (WTLC)
  • Youth Shelter
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