Concerns related to victimization may include: concerns about your neighbors; how to handle complaints from your neighbors; want conflict management skills.
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 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
Center for Elder Law and Justice's Elder Advocacy Program provides free legal services to individuals 55 and over residing in Chautauqua and Cattaraugus Counties who have experienced elder abuse. Our services include needs assessment, legal representation in civil matters related to the underlying abuse, including obtaining Orders of Protection, bringing eviction and ejectment proceedings, accountings and special proceedings related to Powers of Attorney, and revocation and appointment of Power of Attorney and Health Care Proxy. The EAP also works with law enforcement and Adult Protective Services to advocate for prosecution and work collaboratively toward the elder abuse survivor's desired outcome.
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.
Our OVS funded attorney services program, the Crime Victims Justice Project (CVJP), provides free, enhanced and holistic civil legal services and alternative dispute resolution services (ADR) for crime victims in Erie, Genesee and Niagara counties. This unique collaboration with Child & Family Services Center for Resolution & Justice (CRJ), a community dispute resolution center program, and two legal services agencies, the Center for Elder Law & Justice (CELJ) and Neighborhood Legal Services (NLS), offers important Restorative Justice, Mediation and Conflict Coaching services in addition to traditional legal representation, designed to give clients a choice and a voice in their future. We provide access to free legal assistance for problems resulting from victimization including divorce, child custody, child support, eviction, identity theft and credit repair, elder abuse, and public benefits. This unique partnership addresses the many gaps that victims of crime face in obtaining civil legal services, and allows for justice for our clients.