The services a survivor of domestic violence, dating abuse or sexual assault needs in ONE place — counseling, protection, legal and immigration assistance, and children’s services. We’re open for walk-ins! Staff are on site Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm on the 4th floor of the Records and Administration Building.
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Agency Partners

You are not alone. Morris County agencies serving survivors of violence partner together under one roof to better assist those in need.

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Walk through the welcoming door of the Morris Family Justice Center to find the services you need to become safe and secure—for yourself, for your family.

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Resource Library

Easy access to information (fact sheets, brochures, articles, websites and more) to help you get your life back is just a click away.

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About the Morris Family Justice Center (MFJC)

The Problem

Every day, victims of domestic violence, dating abuse and sexual assault, along with their children, are forced to navigate complex systems to receive critical services while gripped by fear and heartbreak. They need agencies to work together during the crisis and long after the crisis. For many victims, the journey of receiving services proves to be too difficult as they become burdened with going from place to place. In the process, many lose hope and return to their abusive situations.

The Solution

The MFJC offers the door to hope and safety for survivors and their families. Inside this one door, survivors are empowered to choose which services they need. The partner agencies work together to provide comprehensive, coordinated services to protect and restore their lives as well as those of their family.

Latest News

April 19
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Event
April 19, 2021

Support Victims, Build Trust, Engage Communities is the theme of this year’s awareness week emphasizing the importance of leveraging community support to help victims of  Continue Reading »

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July 2
Taking a Virtual Pathway to Camp HOPE
July 2, 2020

This July, more than twenty children, ages 7 – 13, will take a virtual pathway to hope through the annual Daniel J. Wilcox Camp HOPE  Continue Reading »

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