Community Resource

YWCA Union County

(908) 355-1995

YWCA Union County


24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline - Information on services, advocacy, safety planning, referrals and resources.

Emergency Shelter Program - Shelter, counseling, case management, advocacy, and children’s services.

Transitional/Supportive Housing - Long-term, secure housing for women and children leaving shelter, including case management and support for independent living.

Counseling & Case Management - Individual and group formats to empower and support survivors.

Union County Family Justice Center (FJC) - The FJC provides a community-wide approach to delivering advocacy, legal, counseling, and social services through a coordinated effort among agencies.

STEP (Skills Training and Empowerment Program) – provides workforce development services including workshops, coaching, computer lab services, and scholarships.

Legal Representation and Court Advocacy –legal representation and advocacy, court preparation, and accompaniment.

PALS (Peace: A Learned Solution) –creative arts therapy for children ages 3 to 17 who have been exposed to domestic violence.

Crisis Response Teams (CRT) –crisis support, safety planning and referrals victims following a police call.

DVL Program – assistance to families with co-occurrence of domestic violence and child abuse/neglect.

Community & Professional Education – information and training for community groups, schools, volunteers, and businesses on the dynamics and issues of domestic violence.

Community Services
Basic Needs / Assistance
Employment / Training
Legal / Advocacy
Seasonal Programs
Health Services
Behavioral / Mental Health
Crisis / Safety
Treatment Services
Outpatient Services

Last Updated: 10/29/18