Isolated But Not Alone  

CARA SQUARED

Ultimate  Survival Kit

C     VID 19

‘In health there is freedom. Health is the first of all liberties.’

Henri Frédéric Amiel

 

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“New Jersey Resource Guide”

 

The spread of COVID-19 has negatively impacted statewide infrastructure and reduced the availability of a wide number of Health and Prevention Sharing Network (HPSN) resources, which are essential for DMI partners and the individuals they serve.

In response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, NJ’s Drug Monitoring Initiative (DMI) has created a “New Jersey Resource Guide” to provide DMI partners and the public with links to relevant resources for a variety of topics.

QUICK ACCESS HOTLINES: 

CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION 

FAMILY HELP LINE

1 - 800 - 843 - 5437  1 (800) THE - KIDS

NJ MENTAL HEALTH CARES 

1 -866 - 202 - 4357 

CRISIS TEXT LINE 

Text NJ to 741741

2nd Floor Support for Youth 

1 - 188 - 222 - 2228

CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE 

1 - 877 - 652 - 7654

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 

1  - 1800 - 572 - 7233

 

 

To assist vulnerable families during these unprecedented circumstances 

we at Cara Squared created this resource page. 

Information is power. 

We hope that what we share here will bring you comfort, strength and guidance. 

Please stay faithfulhopeful and connected to those you love.  

 

TOGETHER 

we will get through this. 

The Ultimate COVID - 19

SURVIVAL Guide:

  • FOOD 

  • EDUCATION

  • SHELTER 

  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT 

  • MENTAL HEALTH 

  • ADDICTION SERVICES 

  • ENTERTAINMENT

     

       AND hundreds MORE resources ...

 

CLICK HERE :) 

LINKS 

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WE STAND IN SOLIDARITY
 

“To our governments, governors, mayors, and legislators: 

 

Like COVID-19, domestic violence knows no geographic or demographic boundaries. It’s a silent epidemic that touches the lives of one in three women around the world and is often hidden behind closed doors. And now, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, those women and children are increasingly vulnerable to domestic abuse: an unintended consequence of the isolation measures that leave survivors trapped at home with their abusers. 

 

Frontline women’s non-profits and organizations are already seeing a significant increase in domestic violence cases, resulting in a greater demand for support services. 

 

We respectfully ask that you ensure at risk women and children—particularly those who are socially disadvantaged—in your countries, cities, and communities have the support and resources they need. 

 

In the spirit of collaboration and connection, we request that you: 

 

  • Give funding to specialist services that support women and children at risk of domestic violence—including shelters, helplines, and other resources—and ensure that resources are expanded, where necessary, to deal with the increased incidence of violence

  • Keep domestic violence front of mind with public awareness campaigns to ensure the problem is not overlooked

  • Declare domestic violence shelters essential services and lift restrictions on domestic violence survivors for whom self-isolation may be their most life-threatening option

 

In this extraordinary and challenging time, we are so grateful for the efforts of governments, businesses, and civil society to protect all of us from the coronavirus pandemic. Our ask is that we do not allow domestic violence survivors to become the hidden and forgotten victims of this terrible situation. “ - Natural

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 

1  - 1800 - 572 - 7233

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