Conference has been postponed due to COVID-19, please revist the website for updates.
Who We Are
The Family and Domestic Violence Coordinating Council of Stanislaus County, is a working group of professionals and community members dedicated to fostering collaboration and creating effective services for couples and their families. The purpose of the Council is to facilitate and support collaboration and partnerships that build and sustain healthy families and communities. On August 29, 1995, the Board of Supervisors authorized the formation of the Council.
What We Do
- Analyze ways in which agencies, departments, existing services, and the courts in Stanislaus County respond to domestic violence and abuse in order to improve that response.
- Improve the cooperation and coordination among all who deal with domestic violence and abuse.
- Make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors, agencies, departments, existing services, and the courts regarding improving the response to domestic violence and abuse.
- Analyze legislation that relates to domestic violence and abuse, and disseminate to the members.
- Encourage and promote public education regarding domestic violence and abuse.
- Request from agencies, departments, existing services and the courts, information, services, facilities and other assistance for the purpose of furthering the mission of the Council.
What We Offer
The mission of the Council is to reduce incidents of domestic violence and abuse in Stanislaus County through:
- Effective coordination between agencies, departments, existing services, and the courts, for individuals affected by domestic violence and abuse; and
- Prevention, intervention and treatment techniques accomplished through education, research and data collection.
The Family and Domestic Violence Coordinating Council meets:
The third Thursday, of each month
4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Meetings are currently held at
10th Street Place
Third Floor, Conference Room 3001
1010 10th Street, Modesto