Concerns related to victimization may include: needing accommodations; problems with ADA accommodations; want to receive an assessment to determine if you have a disability; housing accommodations; home modifications; accommodations for deaf and hard of hearing or blind.
A New Hope Center is the comprehensive crime victim service provider of Tioga County. We providing free and confidential services to individuals affected by domestic and intimate partner violence, sexual violence and trafficking, and all other crimes. A New Hope Center offers supportive counseling, systems advocacy, and community education programs. We operate a 24-hotline and textline. We also operate a safe dwelling for those who need immediate housing when leaving an unsafe household.
Aid to Victims of Violence provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and other crimes. Accompaniment of a trained crisis worker for a client at hospitals, law enforcement agencies, District Attorney’s offices, and courts, etc. On-going supportive lay counseling provided by advocates as a victim moves through the healing process. 24-hour confidential hotline to provide support and options. Emergency safe housing for victims of domestic violence and their children, providing all basic needs including food, clothing, and shelter. Assistance to help victims of any crime with compensation application through the Office of Victims Services.
Bellevue Hospital's Comprehensive Child and Adult Victim Services Program provides trauma-informed services for adults, adolescents, children, non-offending parents/guardians, and secondary survivors who have been affected by violent assault, domestic violence/intimate partner violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, human trafficking, motor vehicle crimes, child physical and sexual abuse, and other forms of child maltreatment. Services are intended to support and empower survivors in making decisions about their options and rights as victims affected by crime, and to provide therapeutic interventions. Services include crisis intervention, assessment, psycho-education, counseling, psychotherapy, support groups, preparation for medical and forensic examinations, child forensic interviews, advocacy and liaison within multiple systems, and referrals for additional resources. The program's staff and volunteer advocates provide services in close collaboration with other multidisciplinary hospital staff in order to help promote healing and recovery.
The Bronx District Attorney's Office's Crime Victims Assistance Unit provides advocacy and therapy to crime victims in the Bronx to assist them to cope and heal n the aftermath of their victimization.
Bronx Independent Living Services (BILS) is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated to empower all people with disabilities to understand and exercise their civil and human rights in order to live fully integrated lives in mainstream society. Victims of Crime & Domestic Violence Services program is consistent with the person-centered approach that is at the heart of our center’s philosophy and culture. Our services to victims of crime and domestic violence vary with the needs of each individual. Furthermore; Crime Victims and domestic violence provides services and support to people with all disabilities including those previously unserved or underserved because of: barriers associated with disability; language and cultural barriers; a fear of disclosure and desire for anonymity; feelings of isolation and despondency; a lack of information about and understanding of the peer services, community resources and tools for personal empowerment that are actually available. services can include crisis interventions; assistance with filing compensation claims; referrals to safe havens; Personal advocacy; Criminal Justice advocacy and support; Benefits Advocacy; Fair hearings Advocacy; Individual Counseling; Support Groups & Workshops; Victims’ Rights Education. Our crime victims programs includes other services for example: case management and legal services that caters to specifically for victims of crime.
Our VAP social workers assist clients in collaboration with our staff attorneys. Our social workers provide OVS eligible clients with in-field accompaniment, direct advocacy, supportive counseling, psycho-educational counseling, referral & linkage, and OVS claim assistance. Additionally, our social workers help OVS eligible clients with accessing and understanding the health, court, legal, human services, educational and emergency housing systems.
BCA aims at addressing the needs and concerns of the Asian-Americans community, the government and various private and service organizations in order to promote a congenial relationship among them. Its overall goal is to make the neighborhood a better and more prosperous place for New Yorkers of any descent to reside in, and in turn, contribute to the betterment of our Borough and City as well. BCA provides many different kinds of services include: senior citizen services, youth services, early childhood educational programs, community economic development projects, social services, crime prevention and victim services, naturalization service and adult educational programs.