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“The Center for a Non Violent Community Inc. actively supports the right of all people to live their lives free from interpersonal violence. We foster healthy relationships with self, partners, family and peers. We value the feminist principals of self-empowerment … Continue reading
Drug Court, Dependency Court and all Court mandated programs. Access through the court system only. Hours: M-F 8-5 …..Emergency number 209-588-9528 for after hours.
Provide drug program services as a term of probation for defendants convicted of a violation of eligible felony drug related crimes. Drug court programs are administered through Department 2 of the Criminal Division of the Superior Court, which is located … Continue reading
Central California Legal Services provides free legal assistance to low income families in the following counties: Fresno, Kings, Mariposa, Merced, Tulare, and Tuolumne. We do not advise or assist in criminal matters.Services range from advice-only to full representation in civil … Continue reading
The purpose is to process civil probate filings, actions, and rulings. To provide public assistance and resolve disputes.
* Provides coordinated response to domestic violence victims, adults and children, upon the request of law enforcement. * Provides crisis intervention, emergency shelter, food, clothing and transportation in cooperation with local resources and referrals.
Advocates work with victims and witnesses of crime to reduce the trauma and insensitive treatment they may experience. At the request of law enforcement, advocates respond to the field to provide crisis intervention and supportive services to crime victims. District … Continue reading
Helps persons who do not have an attorney to represent themselves in family court for issues of child support, spousal support, health insurance and day care issues. Offers information and help with related court procedures and makes referrals.