Outreach to the community will focus on three basic areas:
- Education: presentations such as DV 101 and other educational presentations as to how Domestic Violence impacts systems in our society are available upon request and through referrals to educate on different aspects of Domestic Violence in our society.
- Prevention: lecture style and programs such as Safe Dates will be offered to the community to help in the prevention of unhealthy relationships, Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and other issues related to abuse. These opportunities will be held in coordination with HCDE, and other agencies so as to provide the community with a comprehensive and coordinated effort to address the issues as well as to provide direct services when needed
- Awareness: this type of outreach will usually include fairs in the community as well as other gatherings such as conferences that allow for the Family Justice Center to provide general information to the public via flyers and contact information to create awareness of services rendered at the Family Justice Center. These opportunities can also include a coordinated effort by on-site partners of the FJC to also promote services provided by them at the FJC.
Keynote speakers: The FJC can also provide by request or invitations from organizations, speakers to large audiences through the Outreach Coordinator or the VOICES program that uses survivors to engage the audience regarding their story and path to healing and resilience.