Rebuilding Lives Beyond Domestic Violence
Children Are the Forgotten Victims of Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence and Abuse Can Happen to Anyone
Domestic Abuse is Not Gender Specific
24/7 SUPPORT IS AVAILABLE
If you live in Bergen County, New Jersey, and are feeling unsafe in your home we are here for you! Day or night, safety and support is only a phone call away. Call our hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
If you are unable to speak safely on the phone the National Domestic Violence Hotline will connect you to us,
Text “LOVEIS” to 22522
WHO WE ARE
Center for Hope & Safety is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency in Rochelle Park, New Jersey, founded in 1976. We strongly believe that every person has the right to be safe, empowered, and free from violence and fear. Our mission is to help domestic violence victims in Bergen County, New Jersey, heal and grow through a wide range of services. We give adult and child victims hope and safety, and the tools they need to rebuild their lives beyond domestic violence.
NEWS & EVENTS
Center for Hope & Safety Joined Panel at 4th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Symposium
Center for Hope & Safety Staff Attorney Taylor Craney, Esq. participated as a panelist at the 4th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Symposium at New Milford High School on October 25, 2022. The discussion brought together advocates, agencies, government officials, and...
7th Annual WALK TOGETHER Against Domestic Violence on News 12 NJ
This past weekend's 7th Annual WALK TOGETHER Against Domestic Violence was featured on News 12 New Jersey. Executive Director Julye Myner was interviewed. CLICK HERE TO WATCH
Art of Survival Reception Featured in northjersey.com
Thank you to Marta Levy, Art Therapist and Director of the Children's Program at Center for Hope & Safety, for organizing The Art of Survival Reception at The Art School at Old Church in Demarest on October 6, 2022. What an impactful showcase of artistic expression by...
Bergen County Events for October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Patch.com
Center for Hope & Safety has several community events scheduled in October for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Calls to the Bergen County nonprofit's 24/7 hotline have increased almost 50 percent since the beginning of the pandemic and continue to "hold steady,"...