Alamance County Family Justice Center promotes mission, reiterates confidentiality and care for victims Success in supporting victims of domestic violence takes collaboration. That was the message of a meeting the N.C. Domestic Violence Commission hosted Wednesday, May 30, at the Alamance County Family Justice Center in Burlington. The meeting provided an overview of how the… N.C. Domestic Violence Commission meets in Burlington
Are you passionate about the well being of your community? Are you dedicated to serving victims of violence? Do you want to learn more about victim services in Alamance County? Apply to volunteer or intern with the Family Justice Center of Alamance County! Check out our Volunteer/Intern section to learn more or apply by completing the application below!… Interested in Volunteering or Interning with the FJC?
Have you seen our new trauma-informed waiting room? This area is designed to provide a peaceful retreat for clients as they receive services at the Family Justice Center.
The Family Justice Center of Alamance County was awarded Affiliation status by the national Family Justice Center Alliance on December 15, 2017. Affiliated Centers are specially designated by the Alliance every two years. Centers affiliated with the Alliance have demonstrated the integration for the Family Justice Center Guiding Principles, their policies and procedures are in… Family Justice Center of Alamance County Awarded Affiliation Status
By Times-News Alamance County Social Services and the Family Justice Center hosted End Abuse in Later Life on Oct. 25 at Elon Community Church. The event was part of the Elder Justice Project, an initiative to coordinate services to support those older than 50 who are victims of abuse. Alamance was one of nine counties… County leaders kick off Elder Justice Project
Elon Law partners with Family Justice Center to support crime victims By Eric Townsend, Elon University | Published: Friday, February 24, 2017 at 12:15PM. Margaret Dudley, a longtime North Carolina lawyer with experience practicing family law, has joined Elon Law to manage legal resources and advocacy in Greensboro and Burlington for survivors of domestic violence, elder abuse and sexual… Elon Law partners with Family Justice Center to support crime victims
Partners Collaborate to Address Elder Abuse in Alamance County Family Justice Center of Alamance County | January 3, 2017 Burlington, NC –Alamance County is one of ten counties, nationwide, to receive a grant from the Office of Violence Against Women (OVW) to address elder abuse in our community. The Elder Justice Project advances an ongoing effort… Partners Collaborate to Address Elder Abuse in Alamance County
Letter to the Editor Cindy Brady, Family Justice Center of Alamance County | June 2016 Dear Editor, I read with interest the weekly commentary by Pastor Mark Fox in the Times-News on June 11, 2016. As the Director of the Family Justice Center, my perception about the context of the question “are you safe” takes on a… Letter to the Editor
Electronic Protective Order System Wins 2014 Government Innovation Award Family Justice Center of Alamance County | March 2015 Chapel Hill, NC – The Alamance County Electronic Protective Order System won the 2014 Government Innovation Grant Award (GIGa) at a ceremony held at the UNC School of Government. The GIGa program is a partnership of the Local Government Federal… Electronic Protective Order System Wins 2014 Government Innovation Award
Alamance First-of-its Kind Court Program Wins National Honor By Michael D. Abernethy, Times News | Published: Thursday, August 21, 2014 at 7:06 PM. An electronic system developed in Alamance County to make it easier for victims of domestic abuse to obtain court-ordered protection is among the winners of a national competition for government technology. The Alamance County Electronic Protective… Alamance First-of-its Kind Court Program Wins National Honor