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Family Justice Committee

Mission Statement

To engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities to raise awareness around issues regarding teen dating violence prevention, violence prevention and healthy relationships.

Current Projects

Paint it Blue Campaign
This year we partnered with select locations in Solano County to display blue ribbons, balloons, and pinwheels to recognize Child Abuse Awareness Month. The Paint it Blue Campaign will take place on Wednesday, April 6th, we invite everyone to participate by decorating their agency, school site, or community in blue and tagging @SolanoFNL on social media and use the hastages #fjcagainstchildabuse #fjcforourkids.

On Friday, April 8th is Sport Your Blue Day where we asks all our community partners to participate by wearing blue in support of Child Abuse Awareness Month. Show us your best blue and tag @SolanoFNL on social media using the hashtags #fjcagainstchildabuse #fjcforourkids.

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, every year young people across the U.S. come together to raise awareness and focus on advocacy and education to help stop dating violence before it starts. The 2022 National Theme is Talk About It, its a call to action for young people and their allies to have open conversations about healthy relationships and identify what might be unhealthy and possibly abusive.


Rebecca Floyd
Project Coordinator
(707) 646-7602

Jena Brateng
Youth Activities Specialist
(707) 646-7606

Committee Members

Ofelia Ortiz
Jr. Advisor & Committee Lead

Yuna Bi
Bonika Godita
Anthony Diaz
Evelin Rodriguez
Alli McCabe