The Family Justice Center Program serves survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking, and includes multiple onsite partners working collaboratively. If you or someone you know is currently experiencing intimate partner violence, you are not alone.  Every situation is unique and every person responds in their own way.
There is help for navigating this challenging and emotional time. Confidential advocates are available to help explain what options are available for individual situations and provide support and encouragement as survivors reclaim their autonomy. All services provided are free of charge.

Our Confidential Advocates Can Provide:

Safety Planning
Basic need items
Crisis Support
Shelter & housing search and placement
Support in filing of police reports if requested
Explanation and assistance filing civil protection orders, as well as court accompaniment
Culturally competent services in a multitude of languages
Connection to resources for outside needs
Other services based on clients’ needs
If you need help due to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or trafficking, please call our office at 360-754-9297 x 200 for assistance M-TH from 9am-5pm and Fridays from 9am-2pm.
Receive 24/7 support by calling SafePlace, Olympia’s 24-hour domestic violence crisis line at  360-754-6300 or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE)


In addition to our confidential advocates, the Family Justice Center Program works collaboratively with our onsite partners. Survivors have complete control over who they meet with and who their information is shared with. Our onsite partners include:
Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office: Domestic Violence Team
Thurston County Sheriff’s Office
Thurston County Clerk’s Office
Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative
Crime Victim’s Advocacy Network