Solano Family Justice Center

The Office of Family Violence Prevention (OFVP), on behalf of a strong partnership of local government, law enforcement, courts and community-based organizations, continues to move forward with implementing the strategic plan developed for a Solano Family Justice Center (SFJC). The SFJC began operating in February 2011 to offer victims of child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse and sexual assault an opportunity to build hope and new futures. 

The SFJC operates under the auspices of the Solano County District Attorney’s Office and has recently relocated to 604 Empire Street, Fairfield. The District Attorney has indicated his strong support for a violence prevention approach and the partnership between the DA and the SFJC presents a unique opportunity for strengthening the DA's victim advocacy efforts. The Solano Family Justice Center provides the following on-site services:

·         Confidential and non-confidential victim advocacy

·         Court accompaniment

·         Victim empowerment assistance

·         Emergency services referral

·         Victim/Witness assistance

·         Resource referrals

·         Access to domestic violence crisis shelter, domestic violence transitional shelter and counseling

If you are in need of direct services as a result of domestic and/or family violence, please call the SFJC Reception Desk at 707-784-7635 to arrange an appointment with or speak with an SFJC Staff Social Worker. While we encourage you to make an appointment to meet with SFJC staff, drop-ins are also welcome between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays.

If you are a service provider interested in co-locating staff at the SFJC, please contact Kevin McAllister, Solano Family Justice Center Coordinator at 707-784-3339 or e-mail  

Solano Family Justice Center Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held April 24, 2013

On April 24, 2013, the new Solano Family Justice Center’s official grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to celebrate this long-awaited accomplishment with all of the Solano Family Justice Center planning partners as well as the entire community.  Solano County Supervisor Linda Seifert was Mistress of Ceremonies and key speakers included District Attorney Don du Bain, Sheriff Tom Ferrara, and Solano Family Justice Center Foundation President Chuck Timm.  Pastor Vic Jenkins provided the invocation and the Sheriff’s Honor Guard led the Pledge of Allegiance.  Casey Gwinn, President of the National Family Justice Center Alliance, presented Director Carolyn Wold and District Attorney Don du Bain with a custom print of the National FJC Alliance Logo.  Representatives of Congressman Garamendi, Senator Wolk and Assemblyman Frazier’s offices, presented certificates of recognition.  Please click on the below link to see a series of photos that capture this exciting day's events.       


For additional information about services available at the new location please access the updated brochure below.

To learn about formerly sponsored SFJC Events, please click on the below hyperlink for additional information.

Summary and Photos From May 9th 2012 Events

If you are interested in the findings of the original feasibility study please click on the link below to view the entire report.

CSFJC Feasibility Study