Trauma Recovery Center

woman in recoveryThe Jersey City Medical Center Trauma Recovery Center facilitates and removes barriers for survivors of violence and trauma to heal, using a clinically-proven model of comprehensive care, advocacy, and outreach.

Are you a survivor of a violent crime?

JCMC’s Trauma Recovery Center serves survivors of a range of violent crimes, including:

  • sexual assault
  • domestic violence and battery
  • LGBTQ+ intimate partner violence
  • crimes of violence (shootings, gang violence, and other forms of community violence)
  • racial violence
  • vehicular assault
  • human trafficking

We also serve family members of survivors of violence. Interpretation services are available.

How can JCMC Trauma Recovery Center serve survivors of violence and trauma?

JCMC’s Trauma Recovery Center utilizes trauma-informed, evidence-based practices in providing comprehensive mental health and support services.

  • on-call crisis intervention
  • individual and group counseling
  • clinical case management and assistance in linking to community resources

Who is eligible to receive assistance?

  • Hudson County Resident
  • Ages 5 and up
  • Survivor of a violent crime that occurred within the last five year
  • Must not have any other mental health services at the time of enrollment.

All services are confidential and provided free of charge, and are available remotely or in the home, office or community. For more information or to schedule a phone or virtual screening to determine eligibility, please contact:

Jenise Lum, PhD – Interim Program Coordinator
Phone: 201-395-7640 | Ext. 77642