Concerns related to victimization may include: questions about whether you are pregnant or may become pregnant; questions about options related to pregnancy; questions about where to receive pregnancy support.
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.
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.
Our program provides trauma-focused psychotherapy, in English and Spanish, to children, teens, and their caregivers who have been victims of or witnesses to violent crime. We also provide court support, advocacy, and accompaniment to children and teens who have to testify or appear in criminal and family court proceedings related to their crime victimization.
Through a trauma-informed lens, we provide advocacy, case management, and therapy for child crime victims and their non offending family members. We also offer case management to adult crime victims and their non offending family members. We provide educational outreach and primary prevention to the community through trainings and other tools. We offer several different support groups that run at different times of the year.
The Crime Victims Center (CVC) provides trauma-informed, comprehensive support and services to child and adult victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, human trafficking, and all violent crime as well as to elderly, minor, or disabled victims of crime, and victims’ non-offending family members. The Agency, a certified Rape Crisis Center, operates a 24-hour Rape Crisis Hotline, as well as 24-hour Violent Crime and Hate Crime Hotlines, provides crisis intervention, criminal justice and family court advocacy, accompaniment to medical facilities, free individual counseling and legal services to victims, information and referrals to essential resources and assistance with completion of applications for reimbursement of medical and essential property loss expenses related to crime. The CVC’s prevention department offers age-appropriate educational programs in person, and now via Zoom due to COVID, including sexual assault and relationship violence prevention for all age groups including Pre-K through high school, college, and adult audiences and a free online classroom through our website. The CVC also provides training of professionals concerning sexual assault issues. In addition, the CVC provides Megan’s Law community and law enforcement support services through its sex offender management program designed to keep the sex offender registry up to date, resulting in a reduction in recidivism. This program includes a 24-hour helpline.
Provide assistance and guidance to victims of elder abuse especially those who have experienced financial fraud ond exploitation.
Family Services' Center for Victim Safety and Support provides free and confidential services to victim/survivors of violence and all other crimes with a person-centered approach that empowers survivors and their families. Services offered include advocacy and accompaniment, counseling, crisis intervention, assistance with compensation claims, 24-hour hotlines, safety planning, legal services referrals, and emergency assistance. Victim/survivors who live, work, worship, volunteer or go to school in Dutchess County could be eligible for services or if the crime happened in Dutchess County.
24 hour Domestic Violence Hotline: 845-485-5550
24 hour Rape Crisis/Crime Victim's Hotline: 845-452-7272