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24-hour Statewide Hotline at 1-800-601-7200

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911.

CONFIDENTIAL SEXUAL VIOLENCE
ADVOCATE (CSVA)

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A Confidential Sexual Violence Advocates is often one of the first points of contact a survivor of sexual violence has when they reach out for help. CSVAs are a member of the Sexual Assault Response Team that take a

compassionate, trauma-informed approach  to victim advocacy, working within sexual violence programs across New Jersey to provide support and resources for survivors. Support
is provided 24 hours a day 7 days a week by hotline and in person when sexual assault is reported.

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We Listen. We Believe. Escuchamos. Creem

OCEAN COUNTY 24 HOUR
CONFIDENTIAL SEXUAL VIOLENCE
HOTLINE 609-494-1090

Calling the Confidential Sexual Violence Hotline gives you
access to a trained Confidential Sexual Violence Advocate
that can assist you in:

  • finding a local health facility trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like forensic exams

  • Someone to help you talk through what happened

  • Local resources that can assist with your next steps toward

  • healing and recovery

  • Referrals for long term support in your area

  • Information about the laws in your community

  • Basic information about medical concerns

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JOIN US FOR A 40 HOUR TRAINING AND BECOME AN ADVOCATE

Our no cost 40-hour training will certify you to advocate for people who have experienced sexual violence. The  training infuses principles of anti-oppression and multiculturalism in every step. Advocates will gain a strong understanding of how racism, oppression, and inequality intersect with sexual violence, which will help them best serve every survivor they interact with in their role.

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Once trained, you will be on call to provide crisis intervention, educational information and resources to survivors of sexual violence. All potential
advocates encouraged to apply.

Bilingual advocates needed.

Call 609-494-1554 for more information

about the next training.
Click
here to apply to be a CSVA today!

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NEW JERSEY COUNTY-BASED
RESOURCES

Each of the 21 counties in New Jersey and Rutgers, New Brunswick all have agencies supporting survivors of sexual violence.

The hotlines listed below will provide you with basic information from Advocates across the state that will assist you in your area.

Atlantic
800.286.4184


Bergen
201.487.2227


Burlington
856.600.4800


Camden
866.295.7378


Cape May
877.294.2272


Cumberland
800.225.0196


Essex
877.733.2273


Gloucester
866.295.7378

Hudson

201.795.5757

Hunterdon

888.988.4033

 

Mercer

609.394.9000

 

Middlesex

877.665.7273

 

Monmouth

888.264.7273

 

Morris

973.829.0587

 

Ocean

609.494.1090

Passaic

973.881.1450

 

Rutgers University

732.932.1181

 

Salem

856.935.6655

 

Somerset

908.526.7444

 

Sussex

973.875.1211 

 

Union

908.233.7273

 

Warren

908.453.4181

Specified Support

Manavi

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Founded in 1985, Manavi was the first organization in
the United States to specifically address the unmet
needs of South Asian women affected by violence.
P.O. Box 3103, New Brunswick, NJ 08903   

24hr Hotline: 1-732-435-1414
http://www.manavi.org/home.html

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National Resources

1in6

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The mission of 1in6 is to help men who
have had unwanted or abusive sexual
experiences live healthier, happier lives.
1.877.628.1in6 (1466)
https://1in6.org/

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