Remote: Counseling to existing clients for now.
In-Person Services: Legal services, family, immigration, case management.
Remote Services: Legal services, family, immigration, case management.
In-Person Services: Group sessions are being conducted with limited amount of people. On-site meal services.
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.
For all new clients and referrals, please contact us at our general number: 212-691-7554
Remote Services: Safety planning, legal consultation, shelter and housing advocacy, counseling, case management, and more.
Hotline: 800-621-4673 (NYC’s 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline)
Remote Services: Weekly support group for domestic violence survivors (Mondays, 12 PM – 1:30 PM); Weekly youth group for Muslim girls, ages 13-20 (Fridays, 4 PM -6 PM); and individual counseling sessions for domestic violence survivors (Monday – Friday, 10 AM – 6 PM).
Phone (Mon-Fri, 10 AM to 6 PM): 718-550-3586
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: 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: Call the organization for current service availability. WAW Staff will assist clients to ensure that they/she/he receives support.
Phone: 929-225-6804 (call or text)
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.
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