Womanspace offices close but the work continues

In order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, Womanspace’s Administrative and Counseling Offices have been closed since March 16. In accordance with Governor Murphy’s Executive Order #107, Womanspace Admin and Counseling Offices will remain closed until further notice. We also won’t be accepting donations at this time, other than monetary. 

Womanspace will continue to be available 24/7 via its hotlines, local 609-394-9000 and statewide 800-572-SAFE. Those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing can text Womanspace at 609-619-1888. For specific questions regarding services, contact our hotlines. Calls will be answered by a trained Womanspace staff member. Our Safehouse and Transitional Housing Programs are fully functioning and supporting clients. If it is safe to do so, counselors will be touch with their clients. All phone messages will be checked daily.

For administrative matters, phone messages will be checked regularly and emails can be sent to info@womanspace.org, which will be checked regularly. All administrative staff are working remotely and accessible via email.

The safety and health of our staff and clients is our first priority. We will monitor the situation and make weekly decisions based on instruction from the Governor’s Office. Follow our Womanspace Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages and check out our website at www.womanspace.org as all of those sites will carry the latest information about the agency.

Submitted by Womanspace. Founded in 1977, Womanspace is a leading non-profit organization serving the greater Mercer County area and the state of New Jersey by providing a comprehensive array of emergency and follow-up services to individuals and families impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. Womanspace is dedicated to improving the quality of life for domestic and sexual violence victims, survivors and their families. Bilingual services and programs include 24/7 crisis intervention, safe, short-term emergency shelter, short and long-term transitional housing, individual counseling and therapeutic support groups for adults and children, court advocacy and the 24/7 crisis hotline (609) 394-9000. Womanspace also operates the 24/7 New Jersey Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline 800-572-SAFE. To learn more about Womanspace please visit www.womanspace.org.

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