PROGRAMS

FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER

What is a Family Justice Center?

A family justice center is the bringing together of a multi-agency network, under one roof, dedicated to providing coordinated services to victims of domestic violence and their children. This model has proven successful across the country and has been designated as a best-practice model for domestic violence intervention and prevention by the U.S. Department of Justice.

How do you get help?

1. Call us at 817-916-4323, or

2. Come by and see us at 1100 Hemphill Street in Fort Worth between 9AM and 5PM. You don't have to make an appointment.

24 Hour Numbers:

Safe Haven of Tarrant County: (877)701-7233
Child Protective Services: (800)252-5400
Rape Crisis: (817)927-2737

What happens when you come see us?

Let us hear your story

Begin creating a safer situation for you and your family by speaking with us, so we can understand your circumstances. 

Risk Assessment

Many of our clients are not fully aware of the dangers they face. We will assess your situation to determine your level of risk.

Safety Planning

After the risk assessment, we will work with you to develop a plan that will provide short-term solutions to keep you and your family safe.

Service Plan

This is where a long-term plan is created. We walk with you as you follow the path, so you are never alone in the process.

 

 

CONTACT US

What services are provided at One Safe Place?

One Safe Place provides assistance from caring, qualified specialists who will help you get a handle on things by taking steps to protect yourself, your family, and your future.

  • Counseling services
  • Childcare and development
  • Food and clothing assistance
  • Immigration services
  • Job skills training
  • Law enforcement
  • Legal assistance
  • Parenting and relationship education
  • Spiritual support
  • Victim advocacy and case management
  • Healthcare

 

Child Witness Program

When a child witnesses violence, it is emotionally painful and distressing, with lasting mental and physical effects. This helps children between the ages of 3 and 16 that have witnessed a traumatic event. Early intervention can help end the cycle of violence with young children. If your child has witnessed violence, please contact our Child Witness Coordinator to discuss positive ways you can support your child.

Family Justice Center Artwork from Imagine No Violence

Who provides the services at One Safe Place?

There are many outstanding agencies working together to provide integrated services One Safe Place! Eighteen of our partners regularly provide services on-site, and many of them have a permanent, full-time presence.

  • Arlington Police Department
  • Bedford Police Department
  • Benbrook Police Department
  • Burleson Police Department
  • Catholic Charities*  
  • Clayton YES!*
  • Cook Children’s Center for Prevention of Child Maltreatment
  • Day Resource Center*
  • Destined to Adorn*
  • Euless Police Department
  • Fort Worth Police Department*
  • Grapevine Police Department
  • Hurst Police Department
  • JPS Connection*
  • Kennedale Police Department
  • Lake Worth Police Department
  • Legal Aid of Northwest Texas*
  • Mansfield Police Department
  • New Day Services*
  • North Richland Hills Police Department
  • Office of the Governor (Texas)
  • One Safe Place*
  • Richland Hills Police Department
  • River Oaks Police Department
  • SafeHaven of Tarrant County*
  • Southside Church of Christ*
  • Tarrant Area Food Bank*
  • Tarrant County
  • Tarrant County District Attorney's Office*
  • The Ladder Alliance*
  • The Parenting Center*
  • The Women's Center of Tarrant County*
  • University Partners*
  • United States Attorney’s Office
  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security*
  • Watauga Police Department
  • Westover Hills Police Department
  • White Settlement Police Department

*On-site partners

 

 

The One Safe Place Family Justice Center is proudly affiliated with Alliance for Hope International.

The One Safe Place Family Justice Center is proudly affiliated with
Alliance for Hope International.

The Time for Action is now.

Any relationship may be considered abusive if one person tries to control another through isolation, fear, or threats.

Physical abuse, even once, is NEVER okay. If you are in a relationship where someone hits or is hurting you, you are not alone.

Help is here.

Together, we will discover the path that is right for you. At this moment, you may feel overwhelmed, embarrassed, or just plain scared. There is a team of people ready to help you, without judgment, regardless of your circumstances.