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Center for Hope & Safety featured in The Record

Four recent grisly homicides bear out experts’ predictions A man knifed and left for dead in Little Ferry.A woman beaten to death with a hammer in Northvale.A grandfather allegedly killed by his ax-wielding grandson in Elmwood Park.A woman who authorities say was...

Center for Hope & Safety Featured on Patch.com

Bergen Co. Organization Honors Domestic Violence Awareness Month BERGEN COUNTY, NJ — The Center for Hope & Safety will host their annual candlelight vigil in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Van Suan Park. The vigil is hosted yearly to help raise...

Center for Hope & Safety Featured in The Paramus Post

Center for Hope & Safety Announces Partnership with LG&P to Increase Support Services for Domestic Violence Victims and Survivors Paramus, N.J. (October 7, 2021) – Center for Hope & Safety, Bergen County’s only not-for-profit agency dedicated to helping adults and...

Center for Hope & Safety Featured on NJ News12

Candlelight vigil held in Paramus to pay tribute to victims of domestic violence An emotional gathering was held in Bergen County Tuesday evening to pay tribute to those who fell victim to domestic violence. The Center for Hope & Safety brings families together once a...

Center for Hope & Safety Featured on NJBiz.com

One in four women and 1 in 7 men will experience physical violence from an intimate partner at some point in their lifetime, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Not all scars, however, are visible. Of those women and men, the National Network...

Center for Hope & Safety Featured on NJ.com

Crisis behind closed doors Domestic violence raged in the shadows. Now, housing insecurity compounds problems for survivors. The state lockdown curbed the number of COVID-19 cases, but created a new crisis by unintentionally trapping domestic violence victimswith...

Center for Hope & Safety Featured in Autumn Years Magazine

The Spirit of Love Enfolds Them After a Family Tragedy Love suffuses the Miragliotta home in Rutherford—a warm greeting, the scent of morning coffee, the welcoming barks of the family dogs. Near the front door, birds flit to and from the fully stocked birdfeeder....

Center for Hope & Safety Featured on Patch

Domestic Violence Shelter Issues Urgent Plea for Donations Domestic violence is on the rise. During the pandemic, calls to the Bergen County-based Center for Hope & Safety's free 24/7 hotline have increased 46%. During that time, they have answered more than 6,150...

Center for Hope & Safety Featured on ROI-NJ

How businesses can step up, help end domestic abuse in their communities  Imagine being forbidden to work, being forbidden to take courses that could help you advance in your career — or having your career sabotaged in any number of ways by your partner. Imagine only...