In addition to SERV’s resources and services, many other organizations and programs provide helpful tips and resources to continue the fight against domestic violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking. Learn more about their work by clicking the links below.
Please note: These links are being provided as a convenience and are to be used for informational purposes only. They do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by SERV or Center For Family Services of any of the products, services, or opinions of the source creators. Keep in mind that definitions of types of violence and the laws pertaining to them vary by state.
National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC): national information and resource hub relating to all aspects of sexual violence.
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV): national organization leading the fight against conditions that lead to domestic violence.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): information on prevention of intimate partner violence, child abuse and neglect, elder abuse, suicide, and more.
Futures Without Violence: provides programs, policies, and campaigns that empower individuals and organizations working to end violence against women and children around the world.
love is respect: support, information, and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their dating relationships.
Men Can Stop Rape: national nonprofit organization based in Washington, DC, that leads the call to redefine masculinity and male strength as part of preventing men's violence against women.
RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network): the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created the National Sexual Assault Hotline, which it operates in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country.
No More: aims to raise public awareness and engagement around ending domestic violence and sexual assault.
NYC Anti-Violence Project: empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and supports survivors through counseling and advocacy.
The Representation Project: inspires, educates, and empowers individuals and communities to challenge and ongoing stereotypes so that everyone, regardless of gender, race, class, age, sexual orientation, or circumstance, can fulfill their human potential.
Consent Is Like a Cup of Tea: helpful video that demonstrates the principals of consent.
Guide to Freedom from Domestic Violence: a guide from Farzad & Ochoa Family Law Attorneys (based in California) that provides definitions, statistics, tips, and resources for survivors of domestic violence, as well as for their support systems, advocates, volunteers, and the media.
Sex Signals Improv Show: sexual assault prevention program from Catharsis Productions (based in Illinois) that is popular among college campuses because of its unorthodox, humor-facilitated, and inclusive approach.
Understanding the Me Too Movement: A Sexual Harassment Awareness Guide: a guide from Maryville University Online (based in Missouri) that explains the origins of the Me Too movement, provides facts about sexual harassment, and offers prevention tips and resources for support.
Garden State Equality: statewide advocacy and education organization for LGBTQ+ communities.
GLSEN Southern New Jersey: local chapter of the Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network (GLSEN), which advocates for LGBTQ+ students in elementary, middle, and high schools throughout the U.S.
Jewish Family and Children’s Services of South Jersey: offers specialized programming for LGBTQ+ youth, adults, and significant others. JCFS also provides support for LGBTQ+ survivors of domestic violence through Project SARAH.
Kaleidoscope: community-based group for LGBTQ+ teens. Holds two youth-led meetings per month in Gloucester and Camden counties, and quarterly adult advisory board meetings.
Mazzoni Center: community health center for LGBTQ+ and HIV-affected people. Provides medical and mental health care. Located in Philadelphia.
FORGE: national transgender anti-violence organization, provides support for transgender and gender nonconforming survivors and their significant others.
International Pronouns Day: seeks to make respecting, sharing, and educating about personal pronouns commonplace. Recognized on the third Wednesday of October annually.
MyPronouns.Org: a practical resource dedicated to the empowering and inclusive use of personal pronouns in the English language. This website will help you understand why and how to use the pronouns someone goes by.
NYC Anti-Violence Project: provides support for LGBTQ+ and HIV-affected survivors of sexual violence, domestic violence, and hate violence. Organizes the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs, which maintains an active list of member organizations with specialized services for LGBTQ+ survivors.