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District Attorney's Office - Family Violence Project
Address 850 Bryant St., Rm. 320, 94103
Phone 415-553-9044 (Main Line),415-553-1865 (Business Line),415-553-1034 (FAX)
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Hours M-Th: 9am-4pm; F: 9am-2pm
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850 Bryant St., Rm. 320, 94103

415-553-9044 (Main Line)

415-553-1865 (Business Line)

415-553-1034 (FAX)

M-Th: 9am-4pm; F: 9am-2pm

Serves victims of domestic violence and victims of violent crime. Crisis intervention, options counseling and referrals. Provides advocacy for victims who choose to go through the criminal justice system. Clients should call either the administration office or the Hall of Justice office for appointment/referral. Also, training for social service agency workers and medical personnel. No fees. Cantonese, Spanish, Tagalog. Wheelchair accessible.

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District Attorney’s Office – Family Violence Project - D 850 Bryant St., Rm. 320, 94103 415-553-9044 (Main Line) 415-553-1865 (Business Line) 415-553-1034 (Fax) districtattorney@sfgov.org M–Th: 9 a.m.– 11:30 a.m, 1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m(drop in) The Family Violence Project serves victims of domestic violence and victims of violent crime, and provides crisis intervention, options counseling and referrals. The Project also provides advocacy for victims who choose to go through the criminal justice system. Clients should call either the administration office or the Hall of Justice office for appointment/referral. Also, training for social service agency workers and medical personnel is available. No fees. Services available in Cantonese, Spanish, and Tagalog. Wheelchair accessible.

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