Concerns related to victimization may include: need assistance locating accessible living spaces; need special housing accommodations; have a housing requirement that may take additional time to locate.
AAFSC works across four priorities—Promote, Get Ready, Prevent, and Communicate—to achieve our ultimate goal of strengthening families. Through our wrap-around social services, AAFSC promotes mental and physical wellbeing, food security, healthy relationships, and family reunification by connecting community members to health and food access, mental health counseling, and legal services. We get our families ready to succeed, work, and lead productive lives through ESOL classes, civics lessons, caregiver support, and youth enrichment activities. We prevent domestic violence, child abuse, and neglect by equipping families with the tools to succeed, offering case management services to victims of violence and cultivating healthy relationship skills in young people. AAFSC also communicates the needs of the marginalized to partners and policymakers.
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.
This contract provides non-residential service to victims of crime to individuals in Schuyler and Chemung Counties. Support groups, individual support, advocacy, 24/7 hotline and assistance with victim compensation claims.
This specific contract serves victims of crime with a focus on domestic violence in Chemung County. The advocate is located in the city's main hub for emergency services (pantry, emergency shelter, rental support). The advocate provides non-residential advocacy, support, 24/7 hotline and assistance with victim compensation claims.
This agency provides domestic violence and crime victims services for people living in Schoharie County. Services offered include: 24-hour crisis hotline, safety planning, assistance completing victim services compensation application, advocacy and accompaniment, transportation, child care, attorney services, therapy, information and referral.
24-hour crisis hotline: 518-234-2231
Montgomery County Domestic Violence and Crime Victim Services employs a Program Director and 6 fulltime advocates. We operate a 9-bed safe dwelling and our office hours are Monday thru Friday, 8am until 4pm. We also manage a crisis hotline 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. We are the only domestic violence program in Montgomery County and serve victims of domestic violence and crime, and their families, by appointment or walk-in, over the phone or virtually, and by providing advocacy in family and civil courts. We also are able to coordinate services with other agency offices in our building to include Safe Harbour/Human Trafficking, Emergency Assistance, Rapid-Rehousing Program, Food Pantry and Food Farmacy.