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If you need immediate support, call the
National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or text LOVEIS to 22522.

RESOURCE PARTNERS

Abuse and trauma are easier to overcome when you have support. We’ve compiled a list of resources for domestic abuse survivors, ranging from therapists to attorneys, housing, and financial support. This list includes resources for male, female, disabled, trans, non-binary, and LGBTQ+ survivors. Many of the websites linked here also have their own lists of resources, so you can find even more options with just a few clicks.

The following Resource Partners provide access to licenses at no cost. Click on their logo below and contact them directly for more information on how to receive a free activation code and additional resources.  For additional local resources, scroll down and select by location and category.

Burlington County Prosecutors Office

Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office
Treating all victims of crime with compassion and dignity.

Girls Recognizing Our Worth
One voice at a time.

Jeffrey Goldblatt

An Experienced Lawyer Representing Your Interests
Law Offices of Jeffrey W Goldblatt, Esq.

Lawrence Law

Strategic. Compassionate. Efficient.
That’s Lawrence Law.
Family Law and Divorce Legal Services.

Mercer County Prosecutor's Office

Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office
Preserving & enhancing the quality of life by fostering an environment of law abidingness, safety and security.

Newhouse

Breaking the cycle of domestic violence
by providing the tools that allow individuals and families to make positive choices and lead self-sufficient lives.

Nueces County District Attorney's Office

Nueces County District Attorney’s Office
is committed to serving & protecting the citizens of Nueces County.

Stand Up Survivor

Stand Up Survivor
We educate, equip, and empower survivors of domestic violence and the community.

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