Our confidential national domestic abuse toll-free Hotline is the backbone of all our efforts. It was established in 1995 to provide a listening ear and to offer a wide range of referrals to our callers.
The Hotline is staffed by over 80 volunteer advocates, many of whom are professional women who work in law, social work, education and psychology. They take part in an intensive training program in addition to an internship. Besides English, we have advocates who speak Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian, Spanish and Hungarian.
In response to requests from other Jewish communities, Shalom Task Force has expanded the hotline to serve a growing number of states and cities around the country including New Jersey, Massachusetts, Miami and the Washington DC area.
If you are in distress, or know someone who is, please call our Hotline today.
We're ready when you are.
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