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What resources and support are available to survivors of domestic violence?

Last Updated: 08/11/2020

Survivors of domestic violence can call the New Jersey Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-572-SAFE (7233).

The hotline provides confidential access to domestic violence information and services, including crisis intervention, referral, and advocacy. It is bilingual and accessible to the deaf and hearing impaired.

Those who may be having suicidal thoughts should call 1-855-NJ-HOPELINE (855-654-6735).

Additional Resources

  • Project S.A.R.A.H (Stop Abusive Relationships at Home) at (973) 777-7638 operates within an environment that is sensitive to a victim's cultural and religious needs, serving as a bridge between abuse victims in the Orthodox community and support systems and resources. The program connects victims and survivors with a broad array of services, including pro bono legal consultations, evaluations, individual and group therapy, psychiatric services, as well as emotional, financial and vocational support.
  • Bolo Behen (Speak Sister) at (201) 795-5757 works with different faith-based leaders throughout Hudson County, collaborating with leaders of temples, mosques, Islamic centers, Gurudwaras, and more. Using culturally and linguistically appropriate methods, Bolo Behen builds trust with clients and creates an environment where South Asian women feel safe, respected, and understood.
  • The New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NJCASA) connects individuals affected by sexual violence with professionals that provide assistance and referrals. Calls to the NJCASA hotline at 1-800-601-7200 are routed to the closest rape crisis care center. NJCASA is the collective voice for victims of sexual violence, their loved ones and rape crisis centers across New Jersey.
  • The Women's Referral Central Hotline at 1-800-322-8092 provides comprehensive information, referrals, active listening, and crisis response for issues confronting New Jersey residents, including but not limited to: child care, discrimination, displaced homemaker, divorce, employment, housing, job training, legal assistance, single parenting, and social services.
  • The New Jersey Address Confidentiality Program Hotline at 1-877-218-9133 provides access to domestic violence information and services, including application procedures referral and advocacy.

Additional domestic violence services can be found through the New Jersey Department of Children and Families.

Source: https://www.nj.gov/dcf/women/hotlines/