August 6, 2013 > Family Justice Center opens
Family Justice Center opens
Submitted By Lupe Gonzalez
The Alameda County Library has teamed up with the Alameda County District Attorney's Office to open a P.U.L.S.E. (Pop-Up Library Services for Everyone) branch at the Alameda County Family Justice Center (FJC). This collaboration is being made to deliver library services to FJC clients. The Alameda County Library has invested $200,000 to create a library branch that will not only allow customers to obtain a library card, provide programming and distribute children's and parenting books, but also be an information hub for services related to information, enjoyment and lifelong learning for clients of the Family Justice Center.
Libraries are popping up as part of the new P.U.L.S.E. (Pop Up Library Services for Everyone) Program brought to you by the Alameda County Library. Alameda County Library is proud to provide services to over 539,000 residents with 10 Library locations, 24/7 Web Library, Bookmobile service as well as its new outreach locations.
The Family Justice Center P.U.L.S.E branch library held a grand opening Monday, July 22, at the Alameda County Family Justice Center in Oakland.