Helpful Web Sites & Resources
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
The NCADV supports coalition building at the local, state, regional and national levels; the provision of community-based, non-violent alternatives - such as safe home and shelter programs; public education and technical assistance; and policy development and innovative legislation.
National Crime Prevention Council
NCPC's site focuses on crime prevention in the news, but includes several articles and informative sections on violence, violence prevention (including domestic violence), and teen violence.
National Domestic Violence Hotline Home Page
This site describes the services of the national domestic violence hotline. However, it also includes information for and about victims, abusers, teens, co-workers, and children. It provides information for finding help and support on the local level, or for victims who need to relocate.
New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence
This site provides an outline of services available in different areas of New Jersey, as well as legislation related to issues of domestic violence. There are statistics and resources available, and the number for the NJ Domestic Violence Hotline is provided.
Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network
This site provides information, statistics, and mainly resources for victims of domestic abuse, incest, or rape. A large emphasis of the site is increasing awareness.
This site provides teens with an online resource for any and all anonymous questions regarding their health, relationships, bodies and sexuality. The site includes answers, facts, advice, hot topics, quizzes, happenings and more. It is professionally staffed and funded by Atlantic Health System.
The Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence
The Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the costs and consequences of partner violence at work and eliminating it. The site covers policies and programs, as well as legal issues and legislation. Articles, research, and resources are provided on a multitude of topics, including dating violence and domestic violence, but the primary focus is the view of domestic violence from the workplace.