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COVID-19 Update:  All partner agencies remain operational.  Contact agencies directly  with questions about in-person and remote services.



Advocates and counselors at the FJC are available to help you explore your options, find ways to keep yourself and your children safe, identify support services, and consider whether or not you want to seek help from the police and/or the District Attorney's Office.
 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence
617-338-2355 (24 hour hotline)
info@atask.org

Serving pan-Asian survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence in Greater Boston and Greater Lowell in 18 Asian languages and dialects.

Casa Myrna
1-877-785-2020 (24 hour hotline)
info@casamyrna.org

Casa Myrna is Boston's largest provider of shelter and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence, providing safety, resources, advocacy and information since 1977.  Casa Myrna operates SafeLink, the statewide domestic violence hotline.
 
Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers (MAPS)
Office: 617-864-7600
Email MAPS

MAPS caseworkers offer crisis intervention, safety planning, information, guided referrals, medical and legal advocacy, supportive listening and related services around domestic violence and sexual assault.

The Network/La Red 
800-832-1901  (24 hour hotline)
info@tnlr.org

The Network/La Red is a survivor-led, social justice organization that works to end partner abuse in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, SM, polyamorous, and queer communities.

SEXUAL ASSAULT

Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC)
800-841-8371 (24 hour hotline)
info@barcc.org

As the only comprehensive rape crisis center in the Greater Boston area, BARCC provides counseling, medical and legal advocacy, case management, and prevention education to the community.

CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE


Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County
Office: 617-779-2146
cac@state.ma.us

The Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County responds to concerns of child abuse and supports youth and their families through the comprehensive process of accessing safety and services.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING/COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION

EVA Center
Office: 617-779-2133
info@evacenter.org

The EVA Center is a survivor-led organization that provides a wide range of continuous and comprehensive services for women exploited through prostitution and sex trafficking.

My Life My Choice
Office: 617-396-7807
mlmcinfo@jri.org

Led by survivors and grounded in the experiences of girls, boys, trans and non-binary youth who have survived  sexual exploitation, My Life My Choice provides mentoring services to empower youth to defend themselves and demand a society that does not tolerate the buying and selling of children.

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Dress for Success Boston
Office: 617-779-2177
jrobinson@dfsboston.org

Dress for Success helps women achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

LEGAL SERVICES/LAW ENFORCEMENT

Boston Police Department / Family Justice Group 
BPD Contact Information
Police Detectives investigate reported crimes involving domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual assault, and crimes against children. BPD's Civilian Advocates make referrals, explain police procedures, and provide safety planning, with or without a report to the police. 

Suffolk County District Attorney's Office
Family Protection and Sexual Assault Bureau
Office: 617-619-4000
Visit the Victim Witness Assistance Program

The Family Protection and Sexual Assault Bureau encompasses the Child Protection Team, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Unit, and the Human Trafficking Unit.  Prosecutors, advocates, and investigators know it is often difficult for victims to report intimate partner violence or child abuse, and they are dedicated to making the process as safe and streamlined as possible.  Victim Witness Advocates can answer questions about the criminal justice process, restraining orders, victim rights information, safety planning and referrals to community resources.  

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