Concerns related to victimization may include: feeling like you cannot control your drug use, dependency/addiction on a substance; managing substance-related habits; finding alternative activities; monitoring use of a substance.
BRAVE at Erie County Medical Center
BRAVE is a hospital based violence intervention program. We provide support to all victims of violence that present to Erie County Medical Center in an effort to reduce retaliation, reinjury and promote alternatives to violence. Services include: -Crisis Support to patient and family -Liaison between patient/ family and your health care team -Safety planning -Link to mental health and substance abuse services -Collaboration with community partners -Crime Victims Compensation
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.
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.
Child & Family Services Haven House provides both residential and non-residential services for domestic violence victims. Haven House operates a 24-hour domestic violence hotline via telephone and webchat. Individuals may contact our hotline for support and assistance with domestic violence, as well as to access our comprehensive services, which include domestic violence supportive counseling, support groups, legal and court advocacy, CPS advocacy, assistance with filing Family Offense Petitions, domestic violence education classes, parenting after violence services, economic empowerment, rapid rehousing, shelter, and transitional housing.
We connect clients to services to offer support for the purpose of ensuring they obtain Justice and offer support so they may follow through with the process, explain the Criminal Justice system, offer and connect essential services and advocate at a time when clients are often struggling with their immediate safety, housing, food, clothing and essential needs. We offer assistance with OVS applications, connect to social services to offer additional support, and grassroots organizations that are within the community.