Domestic Violence Programs and Services

 

Programs
Locations:

Be'ad HaYeled (For the Sake of the Child) Services: Domestic Violence Programs and Services, Jewish Community Services
Brooklyn, NY 11219 (map

Phone: (718) 435-5700
Fax: (718) 854-5495
Sponsored by JBFCS and the Board of Jewish Education, this program offers education and training to rabbis, teachers, parents, and community professionals in recognizing the signs of abuse and neglect. Services include intervening on behalf of the children, trying to prevent other cases from occurring, and supporting distressed families. Consultation and clinical services available. Services offered in English, Hebrew and Yiddish.
Bronx Domestic Violence Programs (BDVP) Services: Domestic Violence Programs and Services
Phone: (718) 881-1524
Fax: (718) 367-0122

DV Coordination and Training (DVCAT) I - provides community awareness and professional training and consultation on DV; facilitates Bronx DV Action Network, a multi-agency task force; partners with public and community-based organizations and services for improved advocacy for and prevention.

DVCAT II - provides clinical and advocacy services to clients of partner substance abuse treatment programs. DV Support and Outreach Services provides multicultural and multilingual non-residential services to Bronx victims of domestic violence including telephone hotline services, group, individual and parent-child supportive counseling and advocacy Spanish, Italian, French, Russian and Albanian are spoken.

For more information, download our Bronx Domestic Violence One-Pager (available in PDF format) 

Brooklyn Family Violence Center Services: Domestic Violence Programs and Services
Phone: (212) 262-7655 (24-Hour Hotline)
Fax: (718) 455-3645

Individual counseling, assessment, crisis intervention and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence. Client assistance in creating comprehensive safety plans. Liaison between client and service providers, including Kings District Attorney's Office, New York City Children's Services (formerly ACS), New York City Police Departments, New York City Housing Authority, immigration attorneys, and interfaith spiritual caregivers.

Accompanies clients to family, supreme and criminal courts, if needed.

Bryce House Domestic Violence Shelter Services: Domestic Violence Programs and Services
Phone: (718) 945-5372
Fax: (718) 945-5376

This Tier II domestic violence shelter serves women and their children who must leave emergency domestic violence shelters but who are not ready to relocate to permanent housing because of mental illness or trauma that interferes with their ability to live independently. Can accommodate 16 families. All families referred by Human Resources Administration.

Genesis Domestic Violence Shelter Services: Domestic Violence Programs and Services
Phone: (212) 304-1430 (24-hour hotline)
Fax: (718) 365-2777

Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children. Services include crisis intervention; domestic violence advocacy; individual, group, and family therapy; legal and entitlements advocacy; child care; and help with independent living skills.

Horizons Domestic Violence Shelter Services: Domestic Violence Programs and Services
Phone: (212) 262-7655 (24-Hour Hotline)
Fax: (718) 455-3645

Provides shelter, child care, and counseling services for women and children who have experienced domestic violence. Other services include psychiatric evaluation and consultation, art therapy, and medical consultation and education. After-school program.

Jewish Support Network Services: Community Connections, Domestic Violence Programs and Services
1273 53rd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11219 (map

Phone: (718) 435-5700
Fax: (718) 854-5495
A family-violence prevention program that provides counseling for Jewish children and adults, makes referrals to legal services and rabbinic advisers, and provides information about concrete services. Groups available for men with difficulty appropriately expressing their anger as well as for women who are in or have been in abusive relationships. It also offers community education, including training and consultation for rabbis, teachers, mental health professionals, and communal leaders. Services offered in English, Hebrew and Yiddish.
Transition Center Services: Domestic Violence Programs and Services
Phone: (718) 520-8045 24-hour hotline
Fax: (718) 327-4230

Provides shelter, day care, and counseling services for victims of domestic violence and their children. Housing is located in 16 scattered apartment sites. Services include crisis intervention, individual, group, and family therapy, and training in independent living skills. Kosher facilities are available.

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