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  • 19 Feb 2023 8:40 PM | Anonymous

    Position Title: Intake Specialist Services Assistant

    Reports To: Project Coordinator

    Status: Full-time, Non-exempt

    HoursMonday – Friday; 40 hours per week- 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

    Work Site: One Place Family Justice Center | 530 S. Lawrence St. | Montgomery, AL

    Summary: The Intake Specialist Services Assistant will provide intake and victim advocacy services to victims of domestic/dating/sexual violence, stalking, elder abuse, adult and child victims of labor and sex trafficking.  Acts as a program liaison between collaborative partners and other staff.  The major and most frequent duties and tasks are listed below; however, the job may involve other cross-functional duties as needed or directed by the Executive Director.


    Provide and inform clients of resources for services at OPFJC and other agency partners.  Essential functions include:

    • Monitoring and maintaining security for clients.

    • Provide initial screening for clients and crisis intervention services upon admittance to OPFJC.

    • Informs clients about Client Rights, Confidentiality, the Intake Procedure, Case Management process, and available resources.

    • Review client documentation to ensure compliance with OPFJC guidelines.

    • Generates intake forms, reports, and any other documents used in the Client Intake Process.

    • Initiates the language line for staff and clients as needed.

    • Provides information referrals for advocacy and follow-up contact for continued services as needed.

    • Work with One Place STAR Program on client services and client needs.

    Provide case management support: 
    • Maintain monthly statistical reports on services provided.

    • Implement a thorough assessment with clients, including a goal-oriented care plan which includes referral to in-house and community partner agencies for shelter/housing, counseling, and any other services needed.

    • Advocate for victims with law enforcements, attorneys, courts, and prosecutors.

    • Update case management and client files on an on-going basis.

    • Participate in training opportunities.

    • Adhere to all grant requirements.

    • Adhere to confidentiality policy regarding clients.

    • Maintain regular attendance and punctuality.

    Perform administrative and clerical duties in support of activities at the FJC as needed.
    • Handle correspondence.
    • Operates telephone switchboard to answer, direct calls, and take messages along with operating office machines, such as photocopiers and scanners, facsimile machines, voicemail systems, and personal computers.

    • Analyzes data to determine answers to questions from members of the public.

    • Enter client data into the client database and/or spreadsheet.


    • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, or a related field.  An equivalent number of years’ experience may substitute.  

    • At least one-year experience in providing case management, victim’s services, victim advocacy or related supportive services.

    • Prior law enforcement or law enforcement support services experience a plus. 

    • Must be proficient with computers and software systems including the Microsoft Office Suite.

    • Must pass a background check.

    • Must have a valid Alabama driver’s license.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Exhibits excellent interpersonal and leadership skills.

    • Exhibits strong judgment and critical thinking skills.

    • Ability to maintain clear, sufficient case notes on all clients.

    • Ability to work independently and cohesively with a diverse group of individuals.

    • Ability to manage crisis and de-escalate individuals.

    • Ability to identify and use community resources.

    • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with other agencies and to be cooperative in managing relationships.

    • Makes good use of time and acts professionally and responsibly in all work areas.

    • Exhibits strong verbal and written communication skills.

    • Exhibits discretion with sensitive information.

    • Strong computer skills in current Microsoft applications to include Outlook, Word, Excel, PPT, and Publisher.

    Other Requirements

    • Using personal vehicle, travel throughout Service Area conducting agency business; mileage reimbursement provided.

    • Reliable car, valid Alabama driver's license and automobile insurance required.

    • Ability to attend local meetings and trainings.

    • Willing to work non-traditional hours and days to meet the needs of this position.

    Equal Opportunity Employer

    One Place Family Justice Center is an equal employment opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

    REV 2/18/2021

  • 27 Jun 2022 8:13 PM | Anonymous

    Position Title: Accountant

    Reports to: Executive Director

    Status: Full-time, Exempt 

    Hours: Monday – Friday; 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; 

    Salary:  Starting salary-$55,000;plus,healthcare and leave and holiday benefits

    Work Site: One Place Family Justice Center, 530 S. Lawrence Street

    Summary: The Accountant analyzes everyday financial activities and provides advice and guidance to upper management on future financial plans. This position provides oversight of fiscal management policies and procedures, and financial assistance to the One Place Executive Director and others as assigned.  This Accountant is responsible for maintaining financial records, processing receipt and disbursement transactions, processing invoices and preparing an annual budget and cost allocation plan.

    Major Duties and Tasks

    • Incorporate and comply with the Fiscal Management Policies and Procedures as it pertains to daily functions and activities.
    • Provide accurate financial reports and information.
    • Assist in maintaining accurate accounting records of revenues, expenses, i.e., budget to actual for various funding sources.
    • Follow up on outstanding receivables to ensure timely receipt of payments.
    • Process purchases approved by funding sources and Executive Director or designee.
    • Maintain agency equipment and office supplies.
    • Manage all requisitions/purchase orders, place orders and verify receipt of purchases. 
    • Code all invoices for payment according to funding source. Process coded invoices for payment.
    • Maintain paid invoice files for each grant or funding source as required by grant guidelines.
    • Maintain a current inventory and disposition list of agency equipment, furniture, and IT resources.
    • Ensure the timely and accurate completion of financial reports, records and other documentation.
    • Verify accuracy of employee time sheets and maintain accrued leave balances.   
    • Review payroll filings prepared by accounting services.
    • Prepare reimbursement reports and budgets for various funding sources and check for accuracy.
    • Prepare financial reports for funding sources as needed.
    • Prepare bank deposits; and process according to fiscal management policies.
    • Upload all financial documents to accounting services in a timely manner as required.
    • Reconcile monthly credit card statement.
    • Provide donor correspondences.
    • Meet monthly with Executive Director to review financial statements.
    • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned by Executive Director or designee.


    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance preferred
    • Two years of experience in non-profit accounting and fund accounting preferred, or 5 years’ accounting experience
    • Grants experience preferred

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
    • Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines
    • Strong computer skills in current Microsoft applications to include Outlook, Word, Excel, PPT, and the ability to learn new accounting software systems
    • Proficient written and oral communication with the demonstrated ability to write for a specialized audience
    • Ability to forecast One Place’s future financial needs and structure financial operations accordingly
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director and/or designee

    Travel Requirements

    • Local travel as needed; reliable transportation and liability insurance coverage is required

    Please email a cover letter and resume to , Attn: Personnel Dept until filled.


  • 22 Apr 2022 10:43 AM | Anonymous

    One Place Family Justice Center has partnered with Fazoli's in Prattville for a fundraiser in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) 2022.

    On April 26 from 4 PM - 7 PM, customers can purchase their meals with a purpose! A percentage of sales from that time frame will be donated to One Place to help continue its crisis intervention and advocacy services to help victims of sexual assault, domestic, and family violence!

    Help One Place continue to provide victims with the holistic, wrap around services they need! Stop by 789 Business Park Drive, Prattville, AL 36066 (next to Waffle House), purchase a meal for a great cause and speak to One Place Staff and Board of Directors onsite for resources, and to learn how you can make a difference for victims of violence. For more information, call 334.262.7378.

  • 1 Apr 2022 5:19 PM | Anonymous

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and One Place Family Justice Center along with its Standing Together Against Rape (STAR) program will partner with various agencies across Central Alabama to provide awareness, education, and prevention throughout the month.

    The agency plans to provide info-resource tables and participate in educational webinars and various outreach events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. 

    One Place Executive Director Marjorie Baker said the month's goal is to bring awareness and prevention: "One Place’s goal is to remind the community of the need for awareness throughout the year and to be ever present in solidarity against sexual violence."

    The STAR program offers a 24/7 Crisis helpline, 24/7 sexual assault forensic exams for children and adults, victim advocacy, emergency crisis counseling, replacement clothing for clothing taken during exams, and much more for victims living across Montgomery, Butler, Crenshaw, Dallas, Lowndes, Perry, and Wilcox counties.

    According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, or NCADV, 1-in-2 women and 1-in-5 men have experienced violence victimization other than rape at some point in their lives. Additionally, 1-in-5 women and 1-in-71 men will be raped in their lifetime.

    If you are a victim of sexual violence, please call our STAR Crisis Hotline at 334.213.1227 or visit the STAR Facebook page at

    SAAM 2022 Calendar of Events
  • 14 Mar 2022 10:51 AM | Anonymous

    The Spring 2022 edition of the One Place HOPE Newsletter is now available for download. Please click to read more: HOPE Newsletter_ SPR 2022 OPFJC.pdf

  • 31 Jan 2022 10:26 AM | Anonymous

    Montgomery, AL -

    ONE PLACE Family Justice Center Staff and members of the Montgomery Police Department partnered together to gather purses, hygiene items and cosmetics in honor of MPD Det. Tanisha "Tookie" Pughsley, who lost her life to domestic violence in 2020.

    The purse project, titled "Tookie's Voice: Women on the Run," was started by Pughsley's mother Sharon, to help victims of domestic violence who are fleeing abusive situations.

    “'Women on the Run' is a cause near and dear to my heart because I lost my daughter, Detective Tanisha “Tookie” Pughsley, to a domestic incident, on July 6, 2020," Pughsley said. "Regrettably, she did not get out of this situation with her life. I vowed to pick up the torch and continue her story and her legacy. If Tookie’s Voice can prevent another murder, save a mother, a sister, brother, a daughter, or a son, then my mission is not in vain.

    "Tookie’s Voice needs support from kind partners like you to achieve our mission. Together, we can combat and educate individuals on domestic violence and domestic abuse ...we aim to raise donations for women living in Domestic Violence Shelters to instill permanent, positive change, and propel them toward their best and full potential."

    MPD and ONE PLACE collected purses and items throughout the month of January. The group is pictured here on Jan. 28 with the items. The purses were distributed to local community agencies.

    If you are a victim of domestic, family or sexual violence, please call One Place at 334.262.7378 or visit STAR 24/7 Crisis Hotline (for sexual violence victims): 334.213.1227. #HelpandHopeBeginatOnePlace #Help&HopeBeginHere

  • 16 Dec 2021 12:06 PM | Anonymous

    One Place, Child Protect Children's Advocacy Center, and the Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence discussed the increase of family violence and child abuse during the holidays during a webinar on 12/16/21. Watch the replay of the webinar here: OPFJC Holiday Webinar 2021

  • 1 Dec 2021 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    The Winter 2021 edition of One Place's HOPE (Help at One Place with Excellence) newsletter is now available for download. Please click to read more: HOPE Newsletter_ Winter 2021 OPFJC.pdf

  • 30 Nov 2021 11:21 AM | Anonymous

    This Holiday Season, give the gift of Help and Hope to a victim or survivor of family violence, domestic violence or sexual assault!

    Your generous contribution can help save a life, and is tax deductible!

    To learn more about our mission, vision and services, please watch the special video below:

  • 19 Nov 2021 11:29 AM | Anonymous

    As the U.S. Senate considers reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), One Place strongly opposes the “Restorative Practice” and “Diversion” sections, as currently worded, in the House-approved (HR1620) version of VAWA Reauthorization. We support efforts to find alternatives to criminal justice system intervention in domestic violence cases, when they are safe for survivors and evidence-based.  To read more of our analysis of this current bill to Alabama Senators Richard Shelby and Tommy Tuberville, click here: Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Letter.pdf

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530 S. Lawrence Street | Montgomery, AL   36104
Phone: 334.262.7378 | Fax: 334.263.3525 

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday | 8:00am – 5:00pm
Closed all State holidays.

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ACADV Crisis Hotline 1.800.650.6522
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