Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, Inc.
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In person Services: Crisis response to our Emergency departments Monday through Friday, 9 AM -5 PM.
Remote Services: Individual counseling for any survivor over the age of 12. Survivors do not have to have been a patient at the hospital to receive individual counseling. Other services by phone include crisis intervention, safety planning, advocacy, and connection to resources/referrals.
Remote Services: Safety planning, legal consultation, shelter and housing advocacy, counseling, case management, and more.
In-Person Services: Available only if necessary and with caution, or if the client cannot connect remotely. Strongly urge everyone to call in advance before arriving at the office.
Remote Services: Mental health counseling, benefits assistance, and linkage to testing and primary care.
In-person: Crisis/support services on a case-by-case basis (i.e. recently assaulted).
Remote Services: Operating primarily through remote services. Providing initial intakes for services.
Remote Services: Case management, crisis intervention, collaboration with local police precincts, community partners, and legal service providers. Ongoing domestic violence supportive counseling, social services referrals for benefits, financial questions, food assistance, etc.
Phone: 718-331-6800 Ext. 147
Remote Services: Crisis intervention, short-term counseling, support with Office of Victims Services applications, support with emergency safety transfers through NYC Housing Association (NYCHA), support navigating criminal and family court, and referrals.
Phone (English): 646-573-4665
Phone (Spanish): 929-319-2781
Remote Services: Helpline is available. Information sharing, economic empowerment, legal support, counseling sessions. Designing online and remote resources for the Youth Empowerment Program.
In-Person Services: Counseling, shelter services.
Remote Service: Legal advocacy, counseling, safety planning, and more.
24-hour Hotline: 718-499-2151
Remote Services: Assessment, crisis intervention, safety planning, and counseling.
In-Person Services: Counseling by appointment.
Remote: Counseling via phone and video conference.
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: Legal and crisis support lines, therapy, Prevention training and workshops, 24 hr Advocate Services via phone at Lenox Health Greenwich Village, Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s, Mt. Sinai West, Brookdale Hospital.
Main Office Support Line: 212-523-4728
Legal Hotline: 212-683-0605
Tele-Advocate Hotline (in CVTC affiliated hospitals): 877-436-5205
Remote Services: Case management, counseling, safety planning, legal services, and online training for youth 24 and under, impacted by inter-personal violence.
Text Line: 646-535-DAY1 (3291)
Remote Services: Support services for people who have been injured or lost a loved one in a traffic crash.
For More Information email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or familiesforsafestreets.org
Remote Services: Risk assessments and safety planning, crisis intervention, counseling and advocacy, emotional support around coping skills and trauma focused therapy via phone virtual peer support chat group. COVID 19 information sharing, legal consultations for family law and immigration, supporting families with remote learning about coping and parenting, case management, information and referrals both internal and external to address financial stressors, food insecurity, etc. Benefit enrollment through Access HRA, health insurance and unemployment.
Phone or WhatsApp: 212-822-8311; 347-674-0524
Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9AM-12 PM
Wednesday from 9AM-12PM
Tuesday, Thursday from 9AM-12PM
Monday from 9AM-12PM
Remote Services: Counseling, crisis support, advocacy, and legal services.
Phone: 212-514-SAFE (7233)
Legal Services: email@example.com
Remote Services: Case consultation for intentional neglect by other, and financial exploitation are suspected or verified. Consultants include geriatricians, geriatric psychiatrists, social workers, civil legal attorneys, forensic accountants. Helpline in for concerned persons in the lives of suspected or verified elder abuse victims.
Elder Abuse Case Consultation: 212-746-7211; or
Helpline for Concerned Persons: 212-746-6905; or
Remote Services: Crisis support, *limited* advocacy, counseling.
24-hr Bilingual Hotline: 212-714-1141
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In-Person Services: Shelters remain open with limited staffing.
Remote Services: Case management, individual counseling, family counseling, crisis intervention, legal consultations for family law and immigration matters, assistance securing orders of protection, and Economic Empowerment Program training.
Organization Support/Hotline: 212-349-6009 (Monday – Friday, 9AM – 5PM)
Additional Contact: Info@sffny.org