NYC Domestic Violence Inc., is a New York city based non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose main objective is to provide information and resources to victims of intimate partner abuse and their children, we are committed to the belief that safety from violence and freedom from fear are universal rights.
We have a singular ambition that everyone that approaches us should benefit from our association in ways that will enhance their lives.
NYC Domestic Violence INC. challenge the negative myths surrounding domestic violence. We also reach out to abused women and children, breaking their isolation and helping them to access life-saving support – as well as raising public awareness of domestic violence against women’s and girls.
We are here to heal, educate, and empower survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse, and to shed light into the darkness that surrounds these issues. While we understand that our vision may not be achievable in our lifetimes, we firmly believe that violence and abuse is preventable.
Founded in May 2015 as a grassroots organization NYC Domestic Violence INC. challenges social attitudes towards women and champions gender equality in its work to prevent violence in the future. We believe that changing attitudes is not just about talk without action,and we believe it is the only way we will end domestic violence. We see our prevention work as a service in its own right.
We will always Act with honor and integrity, offering our information and resources for free. Treat those we serve with dignity and respect. Help meet the needs of the individuals and family’s we serve. Demonstrate quality and excellence in every aspect of our day to day community work.
Is living in a world in which every person regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity, enjoys living with-out violence or abuse. We are NYC Domestic violence (nycdv) We are advocates for all victims of violence and their family’s.
New York city services are available to domestic violence victims throughout the five boroughs. Domestic violence occurs in families of all races, cultures, religions, and income levels. Assistance is available to both male and female victims and to victims in same-sex relationships. No matter what your immigration status is, if someone is abusing you, help is available.
The New York City Domestic Violence Hotline provides safety planning, referrals, and connections to emergency housing for victims of domestic violence. You can contact the Domestic Violence Hotline at (800) 621-HOPE or (800) 621-4673.
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New York City Family Justice Centers provide one-stop locations for victims to receive services. Services include emergency shelter and permanent housing, orders of protection, financial assistance, counseling, health care, civil legal assistance, self-sufficiency, and filing police reports. If you are in danger or have been hurt by your partner, call 911 immediately.
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, call 311 and ask for the City’s 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline.
You can also walk into any one of our New York City Family Justice Centers to receive free and confidential assistance to victims/survivors of intimate partner violence, sex trafficking and elder abuse.
The Family Justice Centers welcome people of all ages, sexual orientations and gender identities, regardless of what language you speak, your immigration status or your income.
If You’re a DV Survivor, You’re Not Alone.
The NYC Domestic Violence Hotline, 1-800-621-HOPE (4673), can be contacted and is available 24 hours-a-day for instant safety planning and shelter assistance.
There is one of two ways to get in touch with Nycdv support services.
(1) By phone 917-736-4655 or (2) Email email@example.com Our dv services are always free and we will respond within 24 hrs.
In a emergency please dial 911
Rest assured, when you contribute to NYC domestic violence, one hundred percent of your generous donation will be used for charitable purposes. All members of the organisation work totally voluntarily and receive no remuneration or compensation.
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