If you are in a domestic or sexual violent relationship, please know New Hope is still here for you.
Following Governor Charlie Baker’s order for non-essential businesses to close because of the coronavirus pandemic, we closed our physical offices a few weeks ago. However, we are still providing life-saving supports to survivors of domestic and sexual violence survivors. Our dedicated staff have worked diligently to develop remote processes and procedures to support those in need. All the while, prioritizing the health and safety of survivors and staff.
The 24/7 Hotline (800-323-4673 HOPE) is still operating; counseling, advocacy and education is happening via telephone or through a secure virtual site. We want to assure you that while methods may look different, we will continue to provide survivors with the same level of professionalism and compassion.
So, reach out, via phone, web site (new-hope.org), social media and soon through a web chat function linked to our web site. Stay tuned in April for our on-line Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities. Together, we can create communities free from violence and exploitation.
Please keep safe and healthy!
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these challenging times.
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