UPCOMING EVENTS
  Knights of Columbus, Supreme Convention -- August 5-7 2014. Orlando FL
  Council 6735, Knights of Columbus Meeting 22 April
  NJ State Knights of Columbus Wildwood, NJ
  Easter Egg Hunt  & Fower Sale 20 April

Knights In Action
  New Jersey State Council Knights of Columbus
  Council 6735 Receives STAR COUNCIL AWARD
  Good Friday

YOUTH ACTIVITIES
  Federal Educa-shun: Common Core's Growing Resistance
  Easter Egg Hunt

MEMBERSHIP
  Why Join the Knights of Columbus?
  WHO CAN BECOME A KNIGHT?
  Member Benefits
  HISTORY OF THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
  The Founder of the Knights of Columbus
  FATHER MICHAEL J. McGIVNEY GUILD
  GRAND KNIGHTS
  Fran McGovern, and his wife Kathleen, were awarded Family of the Year
  Albert Mac Elrath was awarded Knight of the Year
  What a Fast Year! An Open Letter to the Membership from the Grand Knight
  An Open Letter to the Council from State Deputy, Andy Lipenta
  Installation of Officers Council 6735
  Nine Council Members Join Bishop Sullivan in Making Their 3rd Degree

SICK & DISTRESSED
  COUNCIL SICK & DISTRESSED LIST
  Beatitudes for Care Givers
  Organ Donors Needed
  Knights of Columbus Hearing Aid Collection

IN MEMORIAM
  Reynold J. Guida
  Frank A. Nayler
  James A. Malick II

INSURANCE
   INSURANCE CONTACTS
  Insurance Questions
  LOOKING FOR A SAFE BET FOR YOUR FAMILY?
  Knights Killed in Iraq and Afghanistan Eligible for Death Benefit
  Insurance Agent Careers

RELIGIOUS & CIVIL RIGHTS
  In Georgia, Tomorrow Never Dys
  Obama admin moves to silence AFA on elections
  Where's the Brief?
  Beyond Belief: The World of the Persecuted Church
  How far will they go?
  American Pai: FCC Chair Fights off Gov't Snoops
  Striking back
  Camp Grounds Push to Silence Conservatives
  Remember Arizona, and Stand with us for Religious Freedom
  "Incendiary"
  Urge your Senators to Stop Activist Judge
  Robin Stirs up Nest on County Prayer
  JOIN GUINNESS BOYCOTT
  Let Hobby Lobby CEO David Green know you appreciate his company's commitment to the true meaning of Easter

Same-Sex Marriage
  Croatians vote to protect marriage from redefinition
  I Now Pronounce You Man and Wives...
  Activist judge legalizes polygamy, just as we warned
  Marriage Buzz in the Beehive State
  Christian baker files religious freedom appeal in marriage ruling
  Scottish Catholic agency free to follow beliefs against same-sex adoption
  Marriage: To Have and to Holder
  On Marriage, Members Run Rings around Left
  Romney Gives Marriage Reinforce Mitt
  Court urged to not impose marriage redefinition in Italy
  Judge Jilts Virginia Voters on Marriage
  March for Marriage

RESPECT LIFE
  The "Continental Liar"

EASY WAYS TO HELP OUR COUNCIL
   Knights of Columbus Charities

SERVICES
  New Jersey Knights of Columbus License Plates


Council 6735 at 43 West Maple Street, Merchantville, NJ 08109-5141 US - NEED HELP?

NEED HELP?

Where to turn

No one deserves to be beaten or hurt at home. The violence is not your fault. You did not make it happen. You are not alone. You have choices. There are people to help and support you. You have legal choices, too, because domestic violence is a crime. If you or your children are involved in a relationship in which you are being hurt and abused, review the safefty tips below and the places that you can call for help.

SAFETY TIPS: IF YOUR PARTNER IS VIOLENT

If planning to leave, choose the safest time to get away. Keep spare keys, a set of clothes, important papers, perscriptions and money in a safe place (or with someone you trust) in case you leave.

When being treated for injuries, ask medical personnel to document your visit. Keep any evidence of physical abuse (ripped clothing, photos of bruises and injuries, etc.)

Know where you can go fo help; tell someone what is happening to you. Have phone numbers of friends, relatives, and domestic violence programs with you.

Plan with your children and identify a safe place for them: a room with a lock or a neighbor's house where they can go for help. Reassure them their job is to stay safe, not to protect you.

Call the police (or arrange a signal with a neighbor to call the police) if you are in danger and need help.

Hotlines are always available to you during a crisis; however, it's helpful to try and contact a domestic violence hotline about laws, support groups, shelter, and other resources available to you before you have to use them.

PARTNER ABUSE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TELEPHONE
Women Againts Abuse, 24 hr. hotline 215-386-7777
Women Againts Abuse, Legal Center 215-686-7082
Lutheran Settlement-Womens Program, 24 hr. hotline Espanol 215-235-9992
SEWAA (for women from Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, India 215-627-3922
Korean Women's Support Committee 215-886-8725
National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-7233
CHILD ABUSE CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE INCEST
CHILDLINE To report Child Abuse 800-932-0313
STOP IT NOW (For offenders, family friends) 888-773-8368
SEXUAL ASSULT RAPE

Women Againts Rape Hotline

215-985-3333
ADOLESCENT VIOLENCE  
Youth Emergency Service, Hotline/Shelter 800-371-7233
FOR HELP TO STOP BEING VIOLENT
Menergy (For men who are violent )  215-242-2235
Stop it Now (for sexual abuse offenders 888-773-8368
Parents Anonymous Support 800-448-4906

 

If you or a family member is in need of help with drug abuse the local organizations listed below may be able to help.

ORGANIZATION TELEPHONE
 SEABROOK HOUSE  800-582-5968
KENNEDY BEHAVIORIAL HEALTH SERVICES 800-528-3425
LIGHTHOUSE AT MAYS LANDING 800-852-8851
SODAT OF NEW JERSEY 609-265-7884
SIKORA CENTER, INC. 856-963-1312
SUBSTANCE ABUSE CENTER OF SOUTHERN JERSEY, INC. 856-757-9190
STARTING POINT, INC. 856-854-3155

Saint Peter's Council 6735 and the Knights of Columbus have not checked these organizations. The information is provided solely for the benifit of our members.

 

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