Partnering with survivors to heal pasts and build futures.
Working in partnership with survivors, professionals and community to break down barriers and advocate for practices which promote safety and access for ALL survivors to create a haven where needs are met, children are protected, violence stops, families beginto heal and thrive, and hope is realized.
The Crystal Judson Family Justice Center (CJFJC) opened in mid-December of 2005. The CJFJC was created as a result of an interlocal agreement between the City of Tacoma and Pierce County. The interlocal agreement calls for the city and the county to jointly fund the basic infrastructure costs of the CJFJC. Additional funding for the CJFJC comes from grants and donations. These funds support the programs and services provided at the center.