Domestic Abuse Resources For Survivors In
South Jersey

During this challenging time, victims of domestic violence may feel trapped and alone. The stay-at-home requirements may mean that victims of domestic abuse are stuck at home with their abusers. Help is available. The Courts in New Jersey remain open ; however, they are NOT physically accessible to the public. The judges and Court staff are working remotely and trying to limit the staff members who are physically present at the courthouse.

If you need help for domestic violence during the pandemic, please go to or call the following individuals and/or entities:

Throughout New Jersey, applications for Temporary Restraining Orders (TROs) and Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs) are being taken at the local police departments .

Domestic Violence resources:

  • Burlington County: 1-877-871-7551 or 609-871-7551

  • Ocean County: 800-246-8910 or 732-244-8259

Camden and Gloucester Counties:

  • Camden County Women's Center, Hotline: 856-227-1234, Business: 856-963-5668.

National DV Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233); text (22522) or live chat . You can also find a wealth of information on their website.

To obtain a Temporary Protective Order per the Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act (SASPA), an application must be filed with the Court. See:

Please contact one of our lawyers listed below for guidance on your specific situation. 
This alert is intended for general informational purposes only, and you are urged to consult your own attorney concerning your situation and specific legal questions you have. We are fully operational during this pandemic and stand ready to assist as you navigate this ongoing and developing COVID-19 situation.