In-Person and Remote Services: Counseling, case management, advocacy, and shelter services for survivors of domestic violence with disabilities.
Hotline: 212-533-4358 (Open Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM)
Remote Services: Safety planning, legal consultation, shelter and housing advocacy, counseling, case management, and more.
Remote Services: Crisis support, food, emergency services, and therapy.
General Inquiries: 718-884-0700 ext. 193 (voicemail only; intake coordinator will return call when she can).
Enough Is Enough related questions and crisis support for students: 347-201-3294
Remote Services: Counseling, crisis support.
Remote Services: Supportive counseling, accepting intakes, follow-up calls, and wellness calls.
For Immediate Assistance: (347) 862-5200
In-Person Services: Though staff across our programs are working remotely, our Domestic Violence Shelters, Hotlines, Streetwork Project locations, and Child Advocacy Centers remain open.
Remote Services: Safety planning, advocacy, supportive counseling, referrals, inatke processing, community programs, and legal support/advocacy on family, criminal, and immigration-related matters.
24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline: 1- 800-621-HOPE (4673)
24-hour Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline: 212-227-3000
Remote Services: Helpline is available. Information sharing, economic empowerment, legal support, counseling sessions. Designing online and remote resources for the Youth Empowerment Program.
In-office: Our emergency shelter and transitional housing programs remain open with limited staff on-site.
Remote Services: Crisis counseling, legal support, advocacy, support services, economic justice services, referrals, and more.
Main Number: 212-410-9080