•  

    EMERGENCY NUMBERS & HELPLINES

     

    First Call for Help

    Provides homeless intervention and case management, emergency shelter placements, and emergency food assistance

    1-800-648-0132

     

    Cumberland County Crisis Center

    856-455-5555

      

    Addictions Hotline of NJ

    1-800-238-2333

     

    AIDS/HIV/STD Hotline

    1-800-624-2377

     

    Child Abuse Hotline

     1-877-NJ-ABUSE1-877-652-2873 1-800-835-5510 – TTY • 1-609-292-3717

     

    Contact Community Helplines

    1-877-266-8222- Crisis Helplines 1-888-375-TEEN (8336) 856-798-2155 www.contacthelpline.org

    1-800-648-0132

     

    Domestic Violence Hotline

    1-800-572-SAFE1-800-572-7233

     

    Family Helpline

     1-800-THE-KIDS1-800-843-5437

     

    First Call for Help

    1-800-648-0132

     

    Lighthouse Network Addiction & Counseling

    Direct links to treatment options for all addictions

    Helpline: 1-877-256-2565 (24 hours/day)

    www.lighthousenetwork.org

     

    Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)

    1-800-510-3102

     

    National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

     1-800-THE-LOST1-800-843-5678

     www.missingkids.com

     

    National Domestic Violence Hotline

     1-800-799-SAFE (7233) • 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)

     

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    1-800-273-TALK1-800-273-8255 24 Hour Crisis Line

     

    NJ Disaster Mental Health Helpline

    1-877-294-HELP1-877-294-4357

    1-877-294-4356 TTY (voice callers use 7-1-1 NJ Relay)

     

    NJ Division of Children’s System of Care

    24 Hours, 7 days a week. PerformCare

    1-877-652-7624 www.performcarenj.org

     

    Safe Haven for Infants

     1-877-839-2339

     

    Teen Pregnancy Hotline

    New Jersey Department of Human Services

    1-800-THE-KIDS1-800-843-5437

    www.state.nj.us/humanservices/dfd/hotlines

     

    Self-Injury: You’re Not the Only One

    ~A treatment team of experts uses therapy, education, and support to empower clients to identify healthier ways to cope with emotional distress.

    Website: www.selfinjury.com

     

    NJ 2-1-1   

    Free multilingual help with community resources to meet personal needs such as day care, affordable housing, social services,

    Employment training, senior services, food banks, clothing closets

     www.nj211.org

     

     Social Service Hotline 

    Cumberland County – Call 856-691-4600

    The Department of Social Services serves individuals and families with low incomes, those with mental illnesses, addictions, developmental disabilities, people who are blind, visually impaired,  deaf, hard of hearing, parents needing child care services, child support and/or healthcare for their children and families facing catastrophic medical expenses for their children.