A short-term residential facility for women and their children seeking confidential refuge from an unsafe living situation.Learn More
Designed to help women and their children bridge the gap between their time at the Safe House and living independently.Learn More
Educational and empowering programs such as, counseling, support groups, and specialized youth programs are offered for all ages groups.Learn More
A group of volunteers who are specially trained to provide critical and clear information on scene, in a time of crisis.Learn More
Learn about the various ways you can help support Safe+Sound Somerset.Learn More
Your support can be the first drop in the water that starts the positive ripple of change!Learn More
Our partners improve the lives of survivors with financial support, donations and volunteer projects!Learn More
Numerous volunteer opportunities are available to suit the needs of those who want to help!Learn More
Our mission is to empower survivors of domestic abuse and engage the community to break the cycle of violence. Domestic abuse is a pattern of incidents of controlling, threatening, degrading and violent behavior by a partner. It is very common and comes in all forms, such as, emotional, physical, sexual, and financial. If you are experiencing behaviors depicting abuse, please seek help immediately and know that you are not alone.
September 28, 2016 - 12:00am
There are 42,000 reasons you should contribute to our team. Can you name one? Donate during the Challenge, from September 28th to October 25th, to help us reach our goal!
October 06, 2016 - 7:00pm | North Plainfield
October is Domestic Abuse Awareness Month. Each year, Safe+Sound Somerset sponsors a Candlelight Vigil for Victims of Domestic Abuse in memory of those who have died as a result of domestic abuse in Somerset County and to celebrate those who have survived.
Are domestic violence laws working in the US?Keep Reading
Safe+Sound Somerset explores how language can impact society’s view of violence, murder and rape. We welcome your comments and questions.Keep Reading
This is only my second blog relating to domestic abuse; and while it will be brief, it’s taken me two days and many reeling thoughts to sit and write it. As I sit here now, in my office at 8pm on a Friday night, with a knot in my stomach, my phone buzzes with a message from my father that reads, “And now one happens in Georgia.” I knew he was referring to another murder.Keep Reading