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Resources

Whether you’re living on or off campus, there are resources available to help if you have been impacted by sexual harassment, misconduct and/or discrimination, or if you are just looking for more information.


Counseling


All counseling options below are “confidential resources”. This means those resources are not obligated to report information that is given to them. This allows the client to explore their options in a no-pressure environment in order to make informed decisions. The only exceptions to this rule are in cases that involve imminent risk of serious harm, emergent hospitalization, or a court order. While specific information may be kept confidential, these incidents may be counted for statistical purposes, as per the Clery Act. Non-confidential resources are required by law to report these incidents/violations.

On-Campus

Anti-Violence Initiatives (AVI)
Offers confidential clinical counseling services to those who have experienced or have been impacted by sexual violence.

Location: Forcina Hall – Room 308, Ewing, NJ 08628
Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30AM-4:30 PM or by appointment
Phone: (609) 771-2272
You can make a request for AVI services by clicking HERE

Mental Health Services (MHS) (formerly known as CAPS)
Offers group counseling, brief individual counseling and referral services to TCNJ undergraduate and graduate students. These services are provided free of charge.

Location: Eickhoff Hall 107
Phone: 609-771-2247
Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
You can make a request for MHS services by clicking HERE
AFTER HOURS: Contact TCNJ Police at 911 from any campus phone or 609-771-2345 from a cell phone or Capital Health Emergency Mental Health Services & Mobile Outreach (24/7) 609-396-HELP (4357)

Center for Integrated Wellness
The Center for Integrated Wellness (TCNJ Clinic) offers outpatient, professionally supervised, low-fee, couples & family therapy and individual counseling to Mercer County and TCNJ residents, as well as the surrounding communities. The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) (for faculty & staff) can also be accessed through this resource.

Location: Forcina Hall-124
Phone: (609) 771-2700
Hours: Monday 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday 9 a.m.- 9 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.

To contact the Employee Assistance Program (for faculty & staff) after business hours:
Phone: (609) 571-0677
Email: eap@tcnj.edu

Community Counseling Collaborative
A group of outside clinicians that provide services to TCNJ students either on-campus or at an off-campus location, whichever is preferred by the student.The clinicians accept various forms of insurance, and many will accept payments on a sliding scale, which means students who do not have insurance or cannot afford typical payments, would only be expected to pay what they can manage.

Location: Forcina Hall, Suite 413-415
Services & Contact Information can be found HERE

Clergy — See FAQ document below under Downloadable Resources

Off-Campus

Womanspace
Womanspace, Inc. is a leading nonprofit agency in Mercer County, New Jersey, that provides a comprehensive array of services to individuals and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence and dedicated to improving the quality of life for adults and their families. Programs include crisis intervention, emergency shelter, counseling, court advocacy and housing services.
24-Hour Crisis Line: (609) 394-9000
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Text Line: (609) 619-1888
Location: 1530 Brunswick Ave, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
*Note – Womanspace serves those of all gender identities

Virtual

Please note that the on/off campus counseling options may also provide opportunities to meet virtually due to COVID.

Good Therapy
Search for therapists and counselors in your area using Good Therapy’s directory.

 

 


Medical Assistance


Students have a couple of different confidential options when looking to obtain medical treatment. Going to the hospital does not mean that you have to make a report to the police. That is your choice. There is also no cost for a forensic examination and no bill should be generated. You may come to Health Services or you may go to any hospital you choose. If you think you were drugged or consumed a sedative-like substance, visit the closest emergency room immediately as well as ask the medical provider to take a urine sample. If you need to be transferred from Health Services to another emergency care site, EMS can transport you.

On Campus

At TCNJ Student Health Services, a nurse practitioner can perform a physical exam to check for injuries, perform STI and HIV testing and provide emergency contraception and treatment. You can contact their office directly to schedule an appointment, or a staff member from the Office of Title IX & Sexual Misconduct can also help connect you.

Student Health Services
Eickhoff Hall 107
Ewing, NJ 08628
P: 609-771-2889
https://health.tcnj.edu/

Off-Campus Local Hospital Care

Local hospitals can also provide services to address physical injuries, including medical evidence collection. In the event of a sexual assault, hospital staff can help students start the Sexual Assault Response Team Activation Process. An advocate from Womanspace will be deployed to the hospital to help you through the process and talk about your options. Medical evidence collection is conducted by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) and can be useful if you decide to pursue criminal charges against the offender within 5 years. Medical evidence collection needs to be done within 5 DAYS of the incident. For further information about preserving evidence visit our Preserving Evidence page.

At the hospital, you will be asked questions about your general health. If you are female, you will be asked about your menstrual history and your use of contraception. You will also be asked specific questions about the assault. It may be difficult to recall some of the details, and it may be emotionally painful to talk about what happened. Medical providers ask specific questions to find out what to look for when they examine you. The information you give helps them conduct a thorough physical evaluation.

Then you will have a general physical exam and if you are female, a pelvic exam. The clinician will check for external and internal injuries and test for any sexually transmitted infections. You may be given antibiotics to prevent infection. For females, a pregnancy test will be done and you will be given emergency contraceptive pills to prevent unintended pregnancy. (Emergency contraception is also available at Student Health Services. Students can purchase it from the Student Health Services receptionist and have the option of seeing a nurse or not. It is also available without a prescription at local pharmacies.)


There are many resources that you can utilize as a member of the TCNJ community if you are a victim of sexual assault or dating/domestic violence. Below are the on-campus and off-campus resources:

  • Capitol Health Regional Medical Center
    750 Brunswick Ave
    Trenton, NJ 08638
    609.394.6000
  • Capitol Health Medical Center – Hopewell
    One Capital Way
    Pennington, NJ 08534
    1.800.637.2374
  • Princeton Medical Center
    One Plainsboro Rd
    Plainsboro, NJ 08536
    609.853.6500
  • Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital – Hamilton
    1 Hamilton Health Place
    Hamilton, NJ 08690
    609.586.7900

 

 


Legal & Criminal Services


For individuals who are interested in pursuing a criminal case or have an ongoing criminal case, New Jersey’s Office of the Attorney General provides information regarding legal and law enforcement matters that may assist you through your case.

NJ’s Domestic Violence Agency Contacts (by county)

Many services are free, confidential and provided regardless of gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, ability level or immigration status.

More information on Domestic Violence and resources provided by the Office of the AG & New Jersey State Police, can be found HERE

ATLANTIC COUNTY

AVANZAR (formerly the Women’s Center Violence Intervention Program (VIP)
24 Hr. Hotline: 1-800-286-4184
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Text Line: 609-569-5437
www.avanzarnow.org/


BERGEN COUNTY

Center for Hope and Safety
24 Hr. Hotline: 201-944-9600
www.hopeandsafetynj.org

Bergen County Alternatives to Domestic Violence
24 Hr. Hotline: (201) 336-7575
www.co.bergen.nj.us/divisions-of-alternatives-to-domestic-violence/alternatives-to-domestic-violence


BURLINGTON COUNTY

Providence House Domestic Violence Services of Catholic Charities
24 Hr. Hotline: (609) 871-7551
www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org/locations/burlington-county/

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA DELAWARE VALLEY
P: 856-854-4660
www.voadv.org


CAMDEN COUNTY

Camden County Women’s Center
24 Hr. Hotline: (856) 227-1234
www.njaconline.org/13.html
https://sites.google.com/a/njaconline.org/camden-county-women-s-center

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA DELAWARE VALLEY
P: 856-854-4660
www.voadv.org


CAPE MAY COUNTY

CARA, Inc. (Coalition Against Rape & Abuse, Inc.)
24 Hr. Hotline: (609) 522-6489
Toll free: 1-877-294-2272 (CARA)
www.cara-cmc.org


CUMBERLAND COUNTY

Services Empowering the Rights of Victims Cumberland County Domestic Violence Services
24 Hr. Hotline: 1-800-225-0196
Access line: 1-877-922-2377 (1-877-9-ACCESS)
www.centerffs.org


ESSEX COUNTY

Access Family Services
24 Hr. Hotline: 862-444-3126
https://essexcountynj.org/ceas_directory/access-family-services/

Essex County Family Justice Center
P: 973-230-7229
www.essexcountyfjc.org

The Safe House
Emergency Shelter 24 Hr. Hotline: (973) 759-2154
www.rwjbh.org/clara-maass-medical-center/treatment-care/domestic-violence/
www.essexcountynj.org/ceas_directory/safe-house/

The Rachel Coalition of Jewish Family Service
Division of Jewish Family Service of MetroWest New Jersey
24 Hr. Hotline: 973-740-1233
www.rachelcoalition.org


GLOUCESTER COUNTY

Services Empowering Rights of Victims (SERV)
24 Hr. Hotline: 1-866-295-SERV (7378)
Access Line: 1-877-922-2377 (1-877-9-ACCESS)
www.centerffs.org


HUDSON COUNTY

Womenrising, Inc.
24 Hr. Hotline: (201) 333-5700
www.womenrising.org


HUNTERDON COUNTY

Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center (DASACC)*
24 Hr. Hotline: 908-453-4181
Toll free: 1-888-998-4033
www.dasacc.org

*DASACC is now providing Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault services for both Warren and Hunterdon Counties


MERCER COUNTY

Womanspace, Inc.
24 Hr. Hotline: (609) 394-9000
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Text Line: (609) 619-1888
www.womanspace.org


MIDDLESEX COUNTY

Women Aware, Inc.
24 Hr. Hotline: (732) 249-4504
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Text Line: 1-876-658-7713
https://womenaware.net/

Manavi Inc. *
24 Hr. Hotline: 1-732-435-1414
www.manavi.org
* A non-profit organization for women who trace their cultural heritage to Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.


MONMOUTH COUNTY

180 Turning Lives Around
24 Hr. Hotline: 1-888-843-9262
Office Phone: 732-264-4111
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Text Line: 732-977-2766
www.180nj.org


MORRIS COUNTY

JBWS – Safety, Support & Solutions for Abuse
24 Hr. Hotline: 1-877-782-2873 or 1-877-R-U-ABUSED
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Text Line: 973-314-4192
www.jbws.org

Morris Family Justice Center (MFJC)
P: (973) 829-4050
Assistance outside of office hours: Domestic Abuse: 1-877-R-U-ABUSED
www.morrisfjc.org

Jersey Center for Non Violence

Appointments and referrals: (973) 539-7801


OCEAN COUNTY

Providence House Domestic Violence Services of Catholic Charities – Ocean
24 Hr. Hotline: (732) 244-8259
Toll free: 1-800-246-8910
www.catholiccharitiestrenton.org/domestic-violence-services/


PASSAIC COUNTY

Passaic County Women’s Center
Domestic Violence Program
24 Hr. Hotline: (973) 881-1450
www.passaiccountywomenscenter.org

Project S.A.R.A.H.
24 Hr. Hotline: 1-888-883-2323
P: (973) 777-7638
www.jfsclifton.org/projectsarah/

WAFA House
Toll free: 1-800-930-9232
www.wafahouse.org/


SALEM COUNTY

Salem County Women’s Services
24 Hr. Hotline: (856) 935-6655
Toll free: 1-888-632-9511
www.salemcountywomensservices.org


SOMERSET COUNTY

Safe+Sound Somerset
24 Hr. Call or Text Hotline: (866) 685-1122
www.safe-sound.org


SUSSEX COUNTY

DASI: Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Intervention Services
24 Hr. Hotline: (973) 875-1211
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Text Line: (973) 222-2593
www.dasi.org


UNION COUNTY

Project: PROTECT
YWCA Union County
24 Hr. Hotline: (908) 355-4357 (HELP)
www.ywcaunioncounty.org


WARREN COUNTY

Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center (DASACC)
24 Hr. Hotline: 908-453-4181
Toll free: 1-888-998-4033
www.dasacc.org

 

NJ’s Sexual Violence Agency Contacts (by county)

Many services are free, confidential and provided regardless of gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, ability level or immigration status.

More information on Sexual Violence and resources provided by the Office of the AG & New Jersey State Police, can be found HERE

ATLANTIC COUNTY

AVANZAR Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 800-286-4184
avanzarnow.org


BERGEN COUNTY

healingSPACE
Sexual Violence Services
P: 201-487-2227
ywcannj.org/healingspace/


BURLINGTON COUNTY

CONTACT of Burlington County
Sexual Violence Services
P: 856-600-4800
contactburclo.org


CAMDEN COUNTY

Services Empowering Rights of Victims (SERV), Center for Family Services
Sexual Violence Services
P: 866-295-7378
centerffs.org/


CAPE MAY COUNTY

C.A.R.A.
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 877-294-2272
cara-cmc.org


CUMBERLAND COUNTY

Services Empowering Rights of Victims (SERV), Center for Family Services
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 800-225-0196
centerffs.org


ESSEX COUNTY

SAVE of Essex County
Sexual Violence Services
P: 877-733-2273
familyserviceleague.org


GLOUCESTER COUNTY

Services Empowering Rights of Victims (SERV), Center for Family Services
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 866-295-7378
centerffs.org


HUDSON COUNTY

Hudson SPEAKS
Sexual Violence Services
P: 201-795-5757
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HUNTERDON COUNTY

Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center (DASACC)*
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 908-453-4181
dasacc.org

*DASAAC is now providing Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Services to both Warren and Hunterdon Counties.


MERCER COUNTY

Womanspace
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 609-394-9000
womanspace.org


MIDDLESEX COUNTY

Middlesex County Center for Empowerment
Sexual Violence Services
P: 877-665-7273
co.middlesex.nj.us


MONMOUTH COUNTY

180 Turning Lives Around
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 888-264-7273
180nj.org


MORRIS COUNTY

Morris CARES
Sexual Violence Services
P: 973-829-0587
atlantichealth.org


OCEAN COUNTY

St. Francis Counseling Service
Sexual Violence Services
P: 609-494-1090
stfranciscenterlbi.org


PASSAIC COUNTY

Passaic County Women’s Center
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 973-881-1450
passaiccountywomenscenter.org


RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

Office for Violence Prevention & Victim Assistance (VPVA)
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 732-932-1181
vpva.rutgers.edu


SALEM COUNTY

Salem County Women’s Services
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 856-935-6655
salemcountywomensservices.org


SOMERSET COUNTY

Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS)Zufall Health Center
Sexual Violence Services
P: 908-526-7444
zufallhealth.org


SUSSEX COUNTY

Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Intervention Services (DASI)
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 973-875-1211
dasi.org


UNION COUNTY

Union County Rape Crisis Center
Sexual Violence Services
P: 908-233-7273
ucnj.org/departments/human-services/rape-crisis-center


WARREN COUNTY

Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center (DASACC)
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Services
P: 908-453-4181
dasacc.org

 

Legal Services

The following agencies can provide legal assistance to residents of New Jersey who may be impacted by Sexual Violence or Domestic Violence:

For more information, you can access the Office of the AG’s Legal Services website HERE.

Legal Services of New Jersey
Statewide Legal Hotline 
Toll Free Hotline: 1 (888) LSNJ-LAW (888-576-5529)
www.lsnj.org

The Department of Law and Public Safety 
Division on Civil Rights 

P: (609) 292-4605
www.state.nj.us/lps/dcr/

New Jersey State Bar Association
New Jersey Law Center, One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
P: (732) 249-5000
F: (732) 249-2815

 

Victim Witness Advocacy

Each county in NJ has an Office of Victim Witness Advocacy to provide crime victims and witnesses with services designed to help them cope with the aftermath of victimization and make their participation in the criminal justice process less difficult and burdensome. Some of the assistance that can be provided includes, but is not limited to:

  • Criminal Justice Orientation and Information
  • Victim Information and Impact Form
  • Counseling and Support Services
  • Case Status Notification
  • Court Accompaniment and Transportation Services
  • Child Care to Attend Meetings and Court Proceedings
  • HIV Testing of Defendants and HIV Information and Referrals for Victims
  • Assistance in Obtaining Restitution
  • Employer and Creditor Intercession
  • Assistance with Property Return
  • Victim-Witness Waiting Rooms
  • Parole Eligibility and Release Notification

State Office of Victim-Witness Advocacy

Division of Criminal Justice
P.O. Box 085
Trenton, New Jersey 08625
Main Phone: 1-866-326-7206
Fax: 609-292-5553

For more information on Victim-Witness Advocacy and how to contact your county’s office – CLICK HERE!

 

 

 


External Resources & Support Services


Note: We have provided the links as a service/resource, but we are not responsible for the content of these sites. When we posted the addresses, the sites contained appropriate content that may be valuable to those seeking dating/domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or related information. Should you find these pages no longer reflect the intention in which we’ve shared them, please notify the Office of Title IX & Sexual Misconduct so the continuation of posting the content can be evaluated.

Resources Based on Type of Incident

Stalking Resources

Stalking Incident and Behavior Log
The Stalking Log can be used to record and document all stalking-related behavior.

Stalking and Harassment Assessment and Risk Profile (SHARP)
SHARP is a tool designed to examine and assess stalking. If you are a victim or a target of someone who is threatening, harassing, or stalking you – this assessment is for you. However, someone who is knowledgeable about the situation can also answer the questions as a preliminary information gathering step.

Device & Data Access When Personal Safety is at Risk – Handbook for Apple Devices
Apple makes it easy to connect and share your life with the people closest to you. What you share, and whom you share it with, is up to you — including the decision to make changes to better protect your information or personal safety. If you’d like to revisit what you share with other people, or restore your device’s original settings for any reason, this guide can help you understand what information you are sharing via your Apple devices, and how to make changes to protect your safety. It includes step-by-step instructions on how to remove someone’s access to information you’ve previously granted: from location data on the Find My app, to meetings you’ve scheduled via Calendar. If you’re concerned that someone is accessing information you did not share from your Apple device, this guide will also help you identify risks, and walk you through the steps to help make the technology you rely on as private and secure as you want it to be.

Intimate Partner Violence Resources

New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence (NJCEDV)
The mission of NJCEDV is to lead collaborative community and systemic responses to domestic violence by providing public awareness, training, advocacy, policy development, technical assistance and supportive services.

National Domestic Violence Hotline
The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides free confidential 24/7 support to victims of Domestic Violence through phone (1.800.799.SAFE or 1.800.799.7233) or live chat. (en espanol)

National Network to End Domestic Violence – Technology Safety
Technology Safety is exploring technology in the context of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and violence against women.

Technology Abuse Log
The Technology Abuse Log can be used to record and document any incidents of abuse utilizing technology that occur in a dating/domestic relationship.

love is respect.org
Highly-trained advocates offer support, information and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their dating relationships. Free and confidential phone, live chat and texting services are available 24/7/365

myPlan
myPlan is a tool to help with safety decisions if you, or someone you care about, is experiencing abuse in their intimate relationship.

Housing Assistance
The options available are based on your local Domestic Violence Agency who can assist with providing emergency housing and/or transitional housing. 

  • Emergency HousingEmergency Housing is a short term housing option where individuals can receive support services in a safe and welcoming environment after a traumatic experience. 
    • Womanspace (Mercer County) provides emergency housing to clients through their safe house.
  • Transitional Residential Housing Residential Housing is provided to foster independence and self-sufficiency for domestic violence victims and their children. 
    • Womanspace (Mercer County) provides short term residential housing through Barbara’s House.

Sexual Violence Resources

RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network)
RAINN runs the National Sexual Assault Hotline, which offers 24/7 support to anyone who has experienced sexual violence.

1in6.org
Support for men who have experienced abusive or unwanted sexual experiences.

End Rape on Campus
End Rape on Campus (EROC) works to end campus sexual violence through direct support for survivors and their communities; prevention through education; and policy reform at the campus, local, state, and federal levels.

 

Resources Based on an Individual’s Identity

LGBTQIA+ Resources

Trans Lifeline
Created and staffed by transgender people, the Trans Lifeline is for any transgender person in crisis.

LGBT National Hotline
Serving gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning individuals by providing peer support and local resources.

Trans Women of Color Collective
TWOCC is uplifting the narratives, leadership, and lived experiences of transpeople of color, while building towards the collective liberation of all oppressed people.

What Healthy Relationships Can Look Like Through an LGBTQ+ Lens
This resource offers examples that show the unique ways that One Love’s 10 Healthy Signs might appear in LGBTQ+ relationships.

Tips for Supporting a LGBTQ+ Friend in an Unhealthy Relationship
Helpful tips to help you talk to your friend or someone you know who may be in an abusive or unhealthy relationship.

 

BIPOC Resources

INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence
An activist organization of radical feminist women of color working to end violence against women of color.

Black Women’s Blueprint
BWB works to place Black women and girls’ lives as well as their particular struggles squarely within the context of the larger racial justice concerns of Black communities and are committed to building movements where gender matters in broader social justice organizing so that all members of our communities gain social, political and economic equity.

The National Organization of Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault
SCESA was established for Women of Color across the country engaged in the Anti-Sexual Assault Movement. We were founded in sisterhood and flourish through community as we continue to address multiple layers of discrimination faced by Women of Color and Communities of Color.

Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community
IDVAAC is an organization focused on the unique circumstances of African Americans as they face issues related to domestic violence, including intimate partner violence, child abuse, elder maltreatment, and community violence.

Mending the Sacred Hoop
Mending the Sacred Hoop works from a social change perspective to end violence against Native women and children while restoring the safety, sovereignty, and sacredness of Native women.

The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center
NIWRC is a Native nonprofit organization that was created specifically to serve as the National Indian Resource Center (NIRC) Addressing Domestic Violence and Safety for Indian Women.

AAPI Resources

National Organization of Asians and Pacific Islanders Ending Sexual Violence
NAPIESV is a national organization established by Asian and Pacific Islander anti-sexual assault advocates to give voice to the experiences of Asian and Pacific Islander women and girls who are victims of sexual assault.

Manavi
New Jersey-based (New Brunswick) organization that works to end violence against South Asian women (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka).

Saheli Boston
Saheli’s mission is to empower South Asian women and their families to live safe and healthy lives.

Children, Teen, and Young Adult Resources

Childhelp
Childhelp runs the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline, which offers 24/7 support for anyone affected by child abuse.

Your Life Your Voice
Hotline for teens and young adults dealing with depression, suicidal thoughts, addiction, physical or sexual abuse, gang violence or an overwhelming challenge.

Pandora’s Project
Pandora’s Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support and resources to survivors of rape and sexual abuse and their friends and family.

Pregnancy and Parenting Resources

Planned Parenthood
Planned Parenthood Federation of America is a nonprofit organization that provides sexual health care in the United States and globally. Chat online or text “PPNOW” to 774636 (PPINFO) to get answers.

All Options
All-Options (formerly Backline) uses direct service and social change strategies to promote unconditional, judgement-free support for people in all of their decisions, feelings, and experiences with pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption.

 

Resources for Support and Awareness

24/7 Hotline Services

RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network)
RAINN runs the National Sexual Assault Hotline, which offers 24/7 support to anyone who has experienced sexual violence.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Crisis Text Line
Crisis Text Line is a global not-for-profit organization providing free crisis intervention via SMS message.

love is respect.org
Highly-trained advocates offer support, information and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their dating relationships. Free and confidential phone, live chat and texting services are available 24/7/365

Victim Connect
The Victim Connect Helpline provides information and referrals for victims of all crime and can be reached at 855-4-VICTIM (855-484-2846).

NJ Hopeline
NJ Hopeline provides support, assessment and, if needed, intervention to New Jersey residents in emotional distress and suicidal crisis through hotline, chat, email, & text services and can be reached at (855) 654-6735.

National Domestic Violence Hotline
The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides free confidential 24/7 support to victims of Domestic Violence through phone (1.800.799.SAFE or 1.800.799.7233) or live chat. (en espanol)

Information & Awareness

Know Your IX
Find in-depth information and helpful resources related to Title IX.

The Clery Center
The go-to site for information and resources about the Clery Act.

The Center for Changing Our Campus Culture
The Center for Changing Our Campus Culture is an online resource to address sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking.

It’s On Us
A social movement created by Barack Obama and White House Council on Women and Girls to raise awareness and fight against sexual assault on college campuses for both men and women.

Without My Consent
Without My Consent is a non-profit organization seeking to combat online invasions of privacy.

‘me too’ Movement
The ‘me too’ Movement™ founded by Tarana Burke is committed to bringing resources, support, & pathways to healing as well as, building a community of advocates to interrupt sexual violence. 

The Stalking Prevention, Awareness, & Resource Center (SPARC)
SPARC is a federally funded project providing education and resources about the crime of stalking.

Resource Sharing Project
Part of a national movement of sexual violence-related services and resources. Work to end sexual violence and support survivors happens at the local, state and national level in the U.S. 

 

 


Downloadable Resources


Device & Data Access When Personal Safety is at Risk – Handbook for Apple Devices

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New Jersey Clergy Privacy FAQs

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For any questions or concerns, please contact the Title IX Coordinator, Chelsea Jacoby, directly at jacobyc@tcnj.edu or (609) 771-3112.

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