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Helplines for children and families

Below is a list of local and national resources that help children and families in need.

Pennsylvania CHILDLINE

Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance protect our children through education, information and action. Visit site

Montgomery Child Office of Children and Youth

The Montgomery County Office of Children and Youth, under Pennsylvania law, is mandated to investigate all reports of suspected abuse, neglect, or dependency of children from birth to age 18 in Montgomery County. Visit site

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline

The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453) is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. Visit site

Philadelphia Department of Human Services Child Abuse Hotline

(215) 683-6100

New Jersey Division of Youth & Family Services

(800) 792-8610

Delaware Hotline

(800) 292-9582 or (302) 577-6550 for out-of-State callers

Keep Kids Safe

Designed to serve as the hub for information related to critical components impacting child protection. Visit site

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence

PCADV’s 60 community-based Programs and statewide office are joined in a coalition, acting hand in hand on behalf of domestic violence victims and their children. Visit site

Children’s Crisis Treatment Center

A private nonprofit that helps families with their children’s behavioral health issues. Visit site

Laurel House

Laurel House is dedicated to the vision of ending domestic violence in each life, home and community. Visit site

Women’s Center of Montgomery County

The Women’s Center of Montgomery County is a volunteer, community organization with a primary focus on freedom from domestic violence and other forms of abuse. Visit site

Juvenile Law Center

A non-profit public interest firm which advances the rights of children involved with public agencies, by working for the reform and coordination of the child welfare, juvenile justice, mental health and public health care systems. Visit site

Montgomery Bar Association

The Montgomery Bar Association, a non-profit organization of nearly 2,100 Montgomery County attorneys, offers its members numerous opportunities for professional development and helps deliver the services of member attorneys to the community. Visit site


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