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Our thrift store closed in 2015, so we are no longer able to accept "drop offs" of the types of items meant for the thrift store. We are grateful for, and able to accept, donations as specified below. Thank you for thinking of us.
HOME TO WORK
Your fabulous suits and other professional apparel could furnish another woman with the confidence to enter or return to the workplace, make a great first impression, and land a job that could change her life.
♦ Matching Suits ♦ Separates ♦ Handbags ♦ Shoes
All donated items should be:
♦ In Season and In Style ♦ Clean and In Great Condition
We are unable to accept active wear, denim or formal wear
Donations accepted by appointment. For more information, or to schedule a drop-off, please call us at 609.601.9925 ext. 1001.
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To find out about items currently needed at our protective residential shelter, please call our Shelter Manager at 609.601.9925 ext. 1010.
If you or someone you know is a victim/survivor of human trafficking and would like to learn about the free support services available through out New Jersey, please call our 24 hour confidential hotline to speak with a counselor: 1-800-286-4184
To learn more about Human Trafficking and the Dream Catcher program, please click here
CRIMES OF VIOLENCE!
Domestic violence can affect anyone, regardless of income, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or religion.Help change the facts. Speak up, speak out, and make a difference for victims of domestic and sexual violence.
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The Women’s Center’s Home to Work Program assists Displaced Homemakers who have been out of the workforce for some time, and due to divorce, separation, death or disability of a spouse or partner, now find themselves as the primary source of household income, and having to return to work. The focus is to help these women obtain or upgrade skills for today’s labor market by providing the following services:
· Job development services · Resume and cover letter writing
· Life skills classes · Computer literacy training
· Financial management services · Job Club
· High School Equivalency Test Preparation Program
Job Club Join us for supportive discussion, ideas and networking as it relates to seeking employment.
The 24:7 Dad Program is a 12 week curriculum facilitated in a group setting designed to improve the well-being of children through involved, responsible, and committed parenting.
All program services are free! For more information, or to sign up, please contact: 609-601-9925 ext. 222.