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Domestic Violence: (209) 465-4878
Sexual Assault: (209) 465-4997
Youth/Human Trafficking: (209) 948-1911




ATTENTION: WCYFS’ 40th Annual Luncheon Postponed

WCYFS is postponing its 40th Annual Luncheon due to the rising concerns around the Conoravirus and recommendations from government agencies.

WCYFS cares deeply about the health of its community and supporters.

“As an agency that focuses on crisis intervention, we are highly accustomed to pivoting our efforts to ensure the safety of individuals throughout our community. Our team is working diligently to inform both supporters and the community and to coordinate next steps and event planning details. As soon as we have new information and a new date, we will be sharing it,” states Krista Fiser, WCYFS’ CEO.


Women's Center-Youth & Family Services

40th Annual Luncheon

Empowerment: The Future of Victim Services

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Please JOIN US as we share the stories of three survivors. Hear from them what it’s taken to turn their trauma into triumph. Their journeys, like many of ours, are not yet over, but they are on the path to healing, self-sufficiency and making great impact!


All proceeds from the luncheon will be used to help improve the lives of the youth, children, women and men we serve every day.

Click Here to download the Sponor Packet!


For tickets and more information contact us at (209) 941-2611.



Panelists of Survivors & Advocates


Adrianna Griffith

Adrianna Griffith

Survivor, Advocate & WCYFS Team Member

Adrianna is currently an SA/DV Specialist co-located at the Family Justice Center and has been with WCYFS for almost four years in various capacities. She has lived experience as a survivor of human trafficking and was incarcerated for five years as a direct result of her exploitation. As a survivor and advocate, she shares her story in hopes of educating community members and supporting other survivors. Adrianna is passionate about activating the power of those most impacted by mass incarceration and human trafficking.

Tamara Suguitan

Tamara Suguitan

Survivor & Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Awareness Speaker

Tamara, also known as “Rara,” is a tri-athlete from Lincoln High School and a graduate of San Joaquin Delta College. She is a former host of American CageFighter on Comcast SportsNet. Tamara has experienced teen dating violence, domestic violence and sexual assault throughout different periods of her life. As a survivor, she founded Rara Rocks, a campaign to spread community awareness and help survivors heal from their traumatic experiences. Her motto is, “Heal when you reveal to your ‘Rocks.’” (“Rocks” represent each individual’s support system.)

Elizabeth Vasquez Quiroz

Elizabeth Vasquez Quiroz

Survivor, Advocate & WCYFS Team Member

Elizabeth is a student at Sonoma State university working on her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Master’s degree in Social Work. Elizabeth entered the foster care system and eventually dropped out of high school. She developed a drug addiction and found herself trapped in human sex trafficking and abusive relationships for over ten years. She was in and out of jail, but when she got arrested soon after giving birth to her son, she knew she had to turn her life around. She completed her GED while incarcerated and participated in a residential treatment program. Now, as a survivor of child abuse, domestic violence and human trafficking, Elizabeth is speaking out about her experience and working to open a safe house for victims of human trafficking in Sonoma County.

Thank you to our generous sponsors whose support made this possible!



Community Change |  $10,000


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Michael & Gia Duffy




Restoring Hope |  $5,000


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Empowering Victims |  $3,000

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Duke was a Stockton policeman both before and after the formation of the Women’s Center.

“The support of the women of the victim advocate group was tremendous. Their ability to provide emotional support to these victims was amazing and very helpful to us in our efforts to successfully arrest the perpetrators. “

- E.R. “Duke” Williams


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Mary Bava


Building Futures | $1,500


DDB Logo


F&M Logo


John & Francesca Vera


Protecting Families | $1,000


BAC Community Bank

California Water Service

Golden 1 Credit Union

Golden State Restaurant Group

Phyllis Grupe & Meredith Baker 

San Joaquin County Commission on the Status of Women

San Joaquin County Office of Education

Winton-Ireland Insurance Agency, Inc.



Fostering Courage | $500



Animal protection League

Anne Baird

Bank of Stockton

Bill and Joan Topp

Carli Schrader

Craig and Cathy Schrader

Chase Chevrolet

Correctional Improvement & Sustainability Consultant LLC

David and Jean Sant

Delta Health Care

Family Resource and Referral Center

Judith Kooyman

Krista Fiser

Lodi Center & Friends

Lodi Police Department

Oak Valley Community Bank

San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office

San Joaquin Delta College

Stockton Police Department

Stockton Police Officers' Association

Teresa Mandella

Visit Stockton


Please Check Back! List will be updated as we get more Sponsorships.


WCYFS cares deeply about the health of its community, supporters, clients and team. Due to rising concerns around the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and recommendations from government agencies, we have made changes to ensure the safety of everyone.

Effective immediately, the following programs, services and events are limited, postponed or cancelled:

In-Person Services are Limited 

  • Our 24-Hour helplines are available for over the phone crisis services.
  • Client appointments are available by phone.
  • WCYFS’ Youth Drop-In Center and California Street Office are closed to the public, but WCYFS will continue to provide food to youth clients in need. Youth clients are able to pick up food at the California Street Office from 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
  • Court accompaniment will be on a case-by-case basis at this time. 
  • We are still available to assist with any urgent temporary restraining order (TRO) needs over the phone during business hours (209) 941-2611.

24-Hour Helplines 
Domestic Violence | (209) 465-4878 
Sexual Assault | (209) 465-4997 
Youth/Human Trafficking | (209) 948-1911 

Postponed until further notice

  • WCYFS 40th Annual Luncheon
  • Victim Assistance Training (VAT)

Cancelled until further notice 

  • Support Groups
  • Parenting Courses 

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and support! Please call us at (209) 941-2611 or check back for any new updates.