The Friends of the Solomon Children’s Justice Center of Summit County (CJC) is a non-profit serving Summit County’s child abuse victims and their families, promoting the prevention of child abuse, and providing support to the CJC.
Since its inception in 2012, the CJC has served thousands of child victims and family members, providing the first point of contact in the investigative process and a safe haven for ongoing services.
With your generous support, the Community for Children's Justice completed a $2.8M capital campaign in 2019 required to achieve our initial mission: to provide a fully equipped facility for child abuse victims and their families. Renovations are nearly complete and we look forward to moving the CJC "out of the basement" and into the new facility across the next few months.
We've also been hard at work revising our mission to expand programs for awareness, prevention, and expansion of services to accelerate the path to recovery for victims and their families. Your contribution will help us launch this new focus on awareness and prevention as we proudly open our new facility in the community!
To learn more about the Summit County Children's Justice Center, visit http://summitcounty.org/593/Childrens-Justice-Center.
To learn more about Friends of the Solomon Children's Justice Center of Summit County (fka Community for Children's Justice), visit http://www.ccjsc.org or https://www.facebook.com/ccjparkcity/.
Come back soon, both sites are due for an update :)
“The team of people at the Summit County Children’s Justice Center gave us the support we needed to face our situation. With their help we have been able to heal from the abuse my child endured. We are incredibly grateful our community has a resource like the Summit County Children’s Justice Center.
-Park City resident
"The Summit County Children’s Justice Center saved my life. I was abused as a child and came to the center to tell my story. When I turned 18 I came back to thank them for the help they had given me. I want victims of child abuse to know they too CAN recover. "
-Summit County resident