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Hazlet, NJ - 07730
(908) 264-4111


180 Turning Lives Around Inc.

They have served individuals and families who have been affected by domestic violence since 1976.

The staff provides immediate and long term support in assisting clients with the trauma they have experienced, while supporting them in obtaining services and making decisions that will turn their lives around.

Provides an emergency safe house, a court liaison program, families in transition program, individual and group counseling and more.

They also provide transitional housing for women to escape abusive relationships.

The women and their children are able to stay in these houses for up to eighteen months.



180 Turning Lives Around Inc. Mission Statement

“180 Turning Lives Around empowers survivors and families affected by domestic violence and sexual assault to find the courage and strength to turn their lives around. 180 supports this mission through: 24/7 hotlines – including the 2NDFloor Youth Helpline, counseling, legal advocacy, emergency shelter and transitional housing and art, play and music therapy for children.”

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Comments
  • User   2018-08-13 11:16:40

    i really need help , i'm at my mothers house and i don't have anywhere to go after a disagreement last night my mother have now today called the police on me they said that they could not remove me but then she/mother said she was going to freehold nj to get a order of removal for me , i did live in elizabeth with my ex , but he became abrusive and my mother said that i can live with her that was on 6-19-2018 and now she is saying she wants me out of her house and i havent save any money.

  • User   2019-10-18 15:28:19

    Good afternoon, I don't mean to bother with this sill things, but my daughter wants to donate her doll house. It is quiet big though. I don't know when you provide living for the women and kids, maybe this could keep the kids occupied. Please let me know if this is something you could accept. Thank you, P.S. Your organization helped me to get back to my seances after the abuse and i will be forever grateful.

  • User   2019-12-20 10:04:30

    Would rather speak on a phone or in person. THANK-You

  • User   2019-12-21 03:52:00

    Would rather speak on a phone or in person. THANK-You

  • User   2020-05-26 21:16:06

    I have been in a abusive marriage for 32 years. I am looking to get out. My husband had consistently threatened me with homelessness and physical harm. He’s broken personal things in the home. I am currently in Hudson County but would like to move closer to my family who resides in Neptune. Can you help me?

  • User   2020-06-22 13:15:41

    I have women's clothing from size 12-18 that I'd like to donate. Any suggestions? Don't want to give to someone that turns arounds and sells to those who need. Thank you!

  • User   2021-01-07 14:19:21

    I have 40+ toiletry kits with travel size soap/shampoo/toothpaste/toothbrush/cream/etc plus pair of socks and gloves. Can I donate to the women in your shelter or a shelter you are working with?

  • User   2022-02-02 15:17:03

    I cleaned out a closet and came across tampons and pads individually wrapped that I no longer need. I hate to just throw them away. can I drop them off somewhere for someone who can use them?



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