The Gateway Wellness Center provides two domestic violence programs:
1. the Violence Prevention Project, which provides services to victims and families, and;
2. the Abuse Intervention Program, which provides services to offenders.
The programs implement a public health approach to violence prevention and intervention by addressing risk factors at the individual, interpersonal, and community level. We provide mental and behavioral health services including assessment, treatment, case management, and wraparound services, and incorporate a mobile response unit.
In addition to providing treatment and support for survivors of domestic violence abuse, the Gateway Wellness Center works to prevent further incidences. Most offenders have experienced some form of abuse before the age of 15 years old. The Gateway Wellness Center provides services with the goal of ending this cycle of abuse.
Program activities include mobile response with therapeutic services. Mobile response is an on-call service in which the Mental Health Advocate will be deployed to the victim (in-home, in-community, or in-office) to provide immediate assistance. Individuals who opt to receive ongoing therapeutic service will be assigned to the Clinician within 24-48 hours. Clients may choose to receive individual counseling (in-person or telehealth) or participate in a peer support group (in-person). The Mental Health Advocate and Clinician will work closely together to provide wraparound services.
The Gateway Wellness Center primarily offers domestic violence prevention services within Cumberland and Salem counties, reaching 100 unduplicated individuals annually. We serve individuals and families from diverse, underserved, and historically marginalized communities.
Contact us at (856) 497-6650 if you are interested in learning more about our programs.
access to culturally relevant and linguistically appropriate, trauma-informed, and evidence-informed assessment, treatment, and case management
strategic partnerships with health systems, school, child welfare, and law enforcement agencies as well as domestic violence providers and other community-based organizations to deliver a community-based violence prevention program
community and partner awareness of available services and resources Programs are guided by a community steering committee, violence prevention coalitions, and community advisory boards.
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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield
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