Manhattan Hospitals with Sexual Assault Forensic Examination (SAFE) Programs

Note: These hospitals are continuing to conduct forensic exams for sexual assault as of now and survivors are entitled to a free exam at any hospital. They will, however, be screened for symptoms and may be treated in a different area depending on the circumstances. Please call the following numbers to access the latest information … Continue reading Manhattan Hospitals with Sexual Assault Forensic Examination (SAFE) Programs

Harlem Hospital Center for Victims Support

Website: hitesite.org/resource/2761 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. Languages: English, Spanish, other languages through phone and … Continue reading Harlem Hospital Center for Victims Support

NMIC

Website: nmic.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 … Continue reading NMIC

New York Presbyterian, Weill Cornell Victim Intervention Program

Website: nyp.org/locations/newyork-presbyterian-weill-cornell-medical-center In-Person Services: Sexual Assault Forensic Exams (SAFE)/Rape Kits are still being performed by SAFE examiners 24/7. Our VIP social workers are acting as advocates in the Emergency Departments for Domestic Violence/SAFE/Physical Assault and Family Violence during business hours and some evenings until 8 PM. Remote Services: Counseling, sessions, follow-up, advocacy, and intakes. Languages: … Continue reading New York Presbyterian, Weill Cornell Victim Intervention Program