Children’s Aid Family Wellness Program

Remote Services: Case management, crisis intervention, individual counseling to survivors of inter-personal violence, and children that have been exposed to inter-personal violence.

Phone: 212-503-6842

Crime Victims Treatment Center (CVTC)

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

NYC Elder Abuse Center/Weill Cornell Center

Remote Services: Support services for individuals impacted by elder abuse/abuse in later life. Case consultation, advocacy, legal services, referrals, helpline services.

Helpline for Concerned Persons: 212-746-6905; helpline@nyceac.org

Families for Safe Streets

Remote Services: Support services for people who have been injured or lost a loved one in a traffic crash.

For More Information Email: info@familiesforsafestreets.org, or familiesforsafestreets.org

The Fortune Society

Remote Services: Support services to Justice Involved individuals including intakes and enrollment, counseling, case management, access to benefits, job readiness training and employment services, education, mental health, treatment services, and food distribution.

In-Person Services: Group sessions are being conducted with limited amount of people. On-site meal services.

For all new clients and referrals: 212-691-7554

Fund for the City of NY/SMART

Remote Services: Producing teaching videos as we build a virtual learning community that will include a list of resources at the end.

Harlem Hospital Center for Victims Support Program

In-Person Services: Providing adult victims (ages 18+) of violent crime, including survivors of rape, domestic violence, and assault with free counseling, individual therapy, support groups, advocacy, and information/referrals to services. Services are offered in a private office away from outpatient outpatient clinics & inpatient units.

Manhattan Family Justice Center

Remote Services: Safety planning, legal consultation, shelter and housing advocacy, counseling, case management, and more.

Phone: 212-602-2800

Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center (MSAHC)

In-Person Services: Primary care, sexual/reproductive health services, counseling.

Remote Services: Counseling, advocacy, and legal support. Download Health Squad app for confidential information & services.

Phone: 212-423-3000

Mount Sinai Beth Israel Victims Services Program

Remote Services: Calls and some short-term counseling.

Phone: 212-420-4516

Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention (SAVI) Program

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.

Phone: 212-423-2140

NMIC

Remote Services: Risk assessments and safety planning, crisis intervention, counseling and advocacy, emotional support around coping skills and trauma focused therapy. COVID 19 information sharing, legal consultations for family law and immigration. 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

Temporary Hotlines:

Benefits: 929-512-4469
Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9AM-12 PM

Housing: 929-512-4565
Wednesday from 9AM-12PM

Unemployment:
929-512-4476
Tuesday, Thursday from 9AM-12PM

Immigration: 929-512-4496
Monday from 9AM-12PM

NYC Anti-Violence Project

Remote Services: Providing crisis support, *limited* advocacy, counseling to members of the LGBTQ+ community, impacted by violence.

24-hr Bilingual Hotline: 212-714-1141

Office: 212-714-1184

NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault

Remote Services: Counseling, crisis support, advocacy, and legal services.

Phone: 212-514-SAFE (7233)

Email: survivorsupport@svfreenyc.org
Legal Services: legalsupport@svfreenyc.org

New York Presbyterian Hospital DOVE Program, Columbia Medical Center

In-Person Services: Crisis response to our Emergency Departments Mon-Friday 9 AM – 5 PM.

Remote Services: Crisis response for those with immediate crisis needs, or those survivors with information/advocacy needs.

Phone: 212-305-9060

Restore NYC

In-person: Crisis/emergency services and housing.

Remote Services: Case management, counseling, and economic empowerment.

Phone: 212-840-8484

Sakhi for South Asian Women

Remote Services: Helpline is available. Information sharing, economic empowerment, legal support, counseling sessions. Designing online and remote resources for the Youth Empowerment Program.

Helpline: 212-868-6741

Safe Horizon, Streetwork Project

In-Person Services: Though drop-in services are closed, we are still providing services at the door of our 33 Essex St. location on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 1 PM – 5 PM. We are providing food, hygiene supplies, showers by assessment, shelter referrals, harm reduction supplies, such as syringes, Naloxone kits, safer sniffing kits, fentanyl test strips, pipes & tips to homeless youth under 30 years old.

Phone: 646-602-6404

Safe Horizon

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

Womankind

In-Person Services: Residential houses are operating for survivors who need emergency housing. If a survivor is in need of in-person services this can be arranged with the manager of the site by calling our helpline number.

Remote Services: Counseling, case management, and advocacy.

Helpline: 888-888-7702

Day One

Remote Services: Case management, counseling, safety planning, legal services, and online training for youth 24 and under, impacted by inter-personal violence.

Hotline: 800-214-4150

Text Line: 646-535-DAY1 (3291)

Her Justice

Remote Services: Providing legal support/advocacy to women living in poverty.

Helpline: 718-562-8181, Thursdays from 10:00-1:00EST

Violence Intervention Program, Inc.

In-Person Services: 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.

Hotline: 1-800-664-5880

Main Number: 212-410-9080

okayso

App Description: okayso.co was founded by a sex educator and its roster of in-app experts include trauma-informed preventionists, youth advocates, mental health counselors and sex educators. The app is targeted for ages 12+ however there is no upper limit of age to submit and receive great support, as all users are anonymous and there are no fees. This app is 100% free and not for profit. Apple iPhone users can download the free app to access on-demand private group chat expertise on sex/sexuality/mental health and healthy relationships virtual support.