Support Agencies

New Hope (800) 323-HOPE (4673)
New Hope works throughout South-Central and Southeastern Massachusetts with those affected by domestic and sexual violence. By building an anti-violence movement, we seek to create communities free from violence, where individuals and families are able to achieve their full human potential. As an organization dedicated to social justice, New Hope encompasses a way of seeing, naming, understanding, and acting aimed at addressing inequality and oppression across society.
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REACH Beyond Domestic Violence 800-899-4000
REACH is a comprehensive domestic violence service agency serving 6,000 people a year through a combination of intervention and prevention services. Our shelter, 24-hour hotline, and community-based support services provide domestic violence survivors with the help they need to achieve permanent safety and independence.

SAFELINK (877) 785-2020
Offers a 24/7 toll-free, multilingual domestic violence hotline that provides supportive listening, safety planning, information and referrals to local domestic violence and community-based services, and access to emergency shelters statewide.

HUGS Foxboro (508) 698-8784
HUGS Foxboro is committed to making our community safer by educating the public regarding relationship violence and by providing non-emergency assistance to victims and families affected by domestic violence. Working in collaboration with the Foxboro Police Department and Foxboro Council on Aging and Human Services to help victims of domestic violence.

District Attorney’s Resources (781) 251-0835
The District Attorney’s Officer maintains a Special Victims Unit and has designated a special telephone exchange for the reporting of rapes available twenty-four hours per day and publicizes that number and information pertaining to the existence and service of the unit.

Quincy Family Resource Center (617) 481-7227
QFRC provides community-based, multi-cultural, support groups, parenting programs, assessment services, information and referral resources, and education for families whose children range in age from birth to 18.