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Celebrate the Opening of New York City’s Second Family Justice Center
 
Mayor Bloomberg opens New York City’s second Family Justice Center in Kew Gardens, Queens. The new Center, like its Brooklyn counterpart, will provide a multitude of services for victims of domestic violence and their children, bringing together dedicated domestic violence prosecutors, civil attorneys, and social service providers all under one roof.  The Family Justice Center Initiative is part of the Bloomberg Administration’s overall effort to reduce domestic violence and provide comprehensive services to victims.  

Mayor Bloomberg opens New York City’s second Family Justice Center in Kew Gardens, Queens. The new Center, like its Brooklyn counterpart, will provide a multitude of services for victims of domestic violence and their children, bringing together dedicated domestic violence prosecutors, civil attorneys, and social service providers all under one roof.  The Family Justice Center Initiative is part of the Bloomberg Administration’s overall effort to reduce domestic violence and provide comprehensive services to victims.
Mayor Bloomberg opens New York City’s second Family Justice Center in Kew Gardens, Queens. The new Center, like its Brooklyn counterpart, will provide a multitude of services for victims of domestic violence and their children, bringing together dedicated domestic violence prosecutors, civil attorneys, and social service providers all under one roof.  The Family Justice Center Initiative is part of the Bloomberg Administration’s overall effort to reduce domestic violence and provide comprehensive services to victims.
Mayor Bloomberg opens New York City’s second Family Justice Center in Kew Gardens, Queens. The new Center, like its Brooklyn counterpart, will provide a multitude of services for victims of domestic violence and their children, bringing together dedicated domestic violence prosecutors, civil attorneys, and social service providers all under one roof.  The Family Justice Center Initiative is part of the Bloomberg Administration’s overall effort to reduce domestic violence and provide comprehensive services to victims.
Mayor Bloomberg opens New York City’s second Family Justice Center in Kew Gardens, Queens. The new Center, like its Brooklyn counterpart, will provide a multitude of services for victims of domestic violence and their children, bringing together dedicated domestic violence prosecutors, civil attorneys, and social service providers all under one roof.  The Family Justice Center Initiative is part of the Bloomberg Administration’s overall effort to reduce domestic violence and provide comprehensive services to victims.
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