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JBWS

The Mission

To prevent domestic violence through the protection and empowerment of the victim, the rehabilitation of family members, the advocacy of social reform to prevent partner violence, and public education

  • Operates a domestic violence hotline where victims can turn for help 24/7
  • Provides counseling to children who come from homes where domestic violence has taken place
Quick Facts
A vote for JBWS will help provide safe housing and counseling to domestic violence survivors.
– The CharitySub Team

For the last 37 years the Jersey Battered Women’s Service (JBWS) has been providing women who are victims of domestic violence, a safe place to turn. JBWS services Morris county in New Jersey - an area where 40% of all murders are due to domestic violence. They offer a variety of support services like,

safe housing, family counseling, support in obtaining restraining orders and even an intervention program for batterers. In addition to providing support to battered women, JBWS also does community outreach and education about what domestic violence is, and how to act if you become a victim.


JBWS

973 267 7520
P.O. Box 1437
Morristown, NJ 07962

Let’s stop domestic abuse together.

JBWS

Domestic Violence Survivor Support
JBWS

JBWS offers a variety of support services including safe housing, victim and family counseling, support in obtaining restraining orders and an intervention program for batterers to ensure women in domestic violence situations are properly supported.

RAINN

Support for Sexual Assault Victims
RAINN

As the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization, The Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) focuses on providing support services to sexual violence survivors. RAINN operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline where victims can find support, day or night.

inMotion

Legal Aid for Domestic Abuse Survivors
inMotion

For the last 20 years, inMotion has recruited and trained lawyers from major law firms to represent abused women in court. With approximately 2,700 volunteers in action, inMotion is able to provide free legal counsel and support to three different areas of law.