Marilyn’s Place

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Welcome to Marilyn’s Place

Peer Led Support Meetings *** Clinician-Led Workshops *** Yoga and Meditation Workshops *** Arts and Crafts Workshops *** Social Gatherings *** Laughter *** Support *** Comfort *** Friendship

ALL OFFERED AT NO COST

The #1 priority here at Marilyn’s Place is YOU. We offer a place for those who suffer from the affects of sexual and physical/mental/ emotional trauma to come to talk, meet, gather, and heal with others who have been in their shoes. Every volunteer who helps run Marilyn’s Place is a survivor so you can feel safe and comforted in the knowledge that everyone you speak to understands what you are going through, what you may be thinking and what you are feeling.

NO SHAME *** NO GUILT

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

Read some of our members comments below

Contact Kelly today at 732.962.3115. Don’t let one chapter or moment in your life define your life and happiness.

Call today and join us. We’re here and we’re waiting for you.

WHAT OUR MEMBERS ARE SAYING

“Hi Maureen,

I just wanted to thank you again for your warm, accepting hospitality. Also thank you for listening and for your wisdom! 

You and your group I feel are truly a blessing! I’m so lucky to have found you and to be accepted. All your hard work is greatly appreciated in creating such an awesome group and environment to be vulnerable and to grow!

I wish you a very Happy and most Healthy New Year!” I, Member from NJ

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“Hi Maureen

I just want to tell you how good I felt after Tuesday. Your house is helping me in two ways...feeling like I have women who can give me advice, and who have been through what I’ve been through.” J, Member from NY

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“Hi Maureen

I don’t know who is watching over me or guiding me but I sincerely believe finding you and Marilyn’s Place could not have come at a better time. Thank you for today! I feel like so many things make sense now and how trauma is a big word that covers so very much.” D, Member from NJ