Both FJC locations are open for walk-in appointments Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Many of the partners at the Center provide 24/7 crisis response. If you are in immediate danger, please call 911 or Family Service of the Piedmont’s 24/7 Crisis Hotline at 336-273-7273.
Do I need an appointment?
No. You can walk in for services. You can also request an appointment if you would prefer.
Where can I park?
Greensboro: Free parking is available in the Greene St. parking deck, which is located next to the FJC between February 1 and Washington St. The center is also within walking distance from the W. Friendly St. and Greene St. bus stops on routes 1, 7, 8, 9.
High Point: Free parking is available in the client only parking lots located off E. Green Dr. or Centennial Dr., next to the courthouse. We are in walking distance from the E. Green Dr. Courthouse bus stop on routes 16, 18, 20.
May I bring my children with me?
Yes. Please bring your children. We have a play room for children and can connect them to services too.
Will it cost me to come to the FJC?
Services provided at the FJC are free.
May I bring a friend for support?
Yes. However, when you speak with one of the professional staff, your friend may be asked to wait in the reception area.
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Will it cost me anything for legal services?
No. There are no fees for legal services at the Guilford County Family Justice Center in Greensboro or High Point.
Can I get assistance in filing a civil action to obtain a protection order at the Family Justice Center?
Yes. Staff can assist you with filing a civil action to request an order for protection.
Can I return for additional services?
Yes. We encourage you to take advantage of all appropriate services.
Do you use volunteers at the FJC?
Yes, volunteers help to support the daily operations of the FJC. If you are interested in learning more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 336-641-7233.