Family Violence Prevention

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Taxonomy Code: FN-1500.1900

Programs that attempt to reduce the incidence of child abuse, elder abuse and spouse abuse in family settings through a variety of educational interventions which may focus on children of various ages, parents, people who work with families and/or the community at large.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
BATTERERS PROGRAMProvides voluntary or mandated 32 week or 52 week counseling groups for perpetrators of domestic violence.Groups are available for Spanish speaking clients, and female aggressors as well as a parenting group for the perpetrators of domestic violence. Ongoing support is available. Staff qualifications include masters level counselors or Ph.D. with training in working with domestic violence abusers. Groups meet in Hauppauge in Suffolk County, and are forming in Nassau County.SuffolkBATTERERS PROGRAMVICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SUFFOLK
CHILDREN'S SERVICESProvides a variety of preventive and academic services for children, including: tutoring, homework help, mentoring, therapeutic after school and summer programs, diagnostic assessments, substance abuse, alcohol abuse, domestic violence prevention/education programs. Call for further information.NassauCHILDREN'S SERVICESCOPAY, INC.
COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND OUTREACHProvides education and prevention programs on domestic violence and sexual assault issues for schools and community groups.SuffolkCOMMUNITY EDUCATION AND OUTREACHTHE RETREAT, INC.
COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND SPEAKERS BUREAUProvides speakers to elementary schools, junior and senior high schools, colleges, community groups and also provides professional training on a variety of subjects such as date rape, teen violence, child sexual assault, domestic violence and elder abuse.SuffolkCOMMUNITY EDUCATION AND SPEAKERS BUREAUVICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SUFFOLK
COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMSThe Community Education Department helps the professional community be more effective in working with clients of all ages who are victims of rape and sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, and child abuse and neglect. The staff is available to perform onsite trainings for mental health practitioners, substance abuse counselors, youth workers, educators, health practitioners, and those whose work may intersect the victims of family violence and rape and sexual assault. Seminars on mandated reporting of child abuse include: how to work with domestic violence victims; general and advanced overviews of trauma; prevention of dating abuse and sexual assault for middle, high school and college students; and elder abuse. Works with community members and parents on issues such as preventing sexual abuse of children, preventing dating abuse, and to prevent and respond to domestic abuse and rape and sexual assault.NassauCOMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMSTHE SAFE CENTER LI
CRISIS INTERVENTIONProvides information and referral for domestic problems related but not limited to, child abuse/neglect, family violence and elder abuse.NassauCRISIS INTERVENTIONMERCY MEDICAL CENTER
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ELDER ABUSE BUREAUInvestigates allegations of physical, financial, emotional, and psychological abuse of vulnerable adults, such as the elderly or physically or mentally challenged persons over the age of 18, and coordinates with Adult Protective Services as necessary. Lectures to the community and assures accuracy in domestic violence reporting throughout the police department.SuffolkDOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ELDER ABUSE BUREAUSUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMAttempts to modify the batterer's behavior through probation supervision, education, and specialized group sessions. Criteria is violation of an Order of Protection, or history of domestic violence against an intimate partner. An exclusion is untreated mental illness.SuffolkDOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROBATION-CRIMINAL COURT DIVISION
EDUCATION AWARENESS AND OUTREACH PROGRAMSOffers educational awareness programs to civic organizations, schools, mental health agencies and institutions concerning the epidemic of domestic violence, women's reentry, human trafficking, and teen dating awareness.SuffolkEDUCATION AWARENESS AND OUTREACH PROGRAMSBRIGHTER TOMORROWS
IN SCHOOL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAMProvides school-based workshops for elementary, middle, and high schools to teach youth about violence and abuse prevention strategies with age/grade-level appropriate curricula.SuffolkIN SCHOOL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAMTHE RETREAT, INC.
LATINO FAMILY RESOURCES PROGRAMProvides programs for substance abuse, domestic violence, and HIV Prevention, anger management, conflict resolution and workshop series.NassauLATINO FAMILY RESOURCES PROGRAMCOPAY, INC.
NATIONAL COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCEProvides general information on domestic violence and referrals to local assistance. For Public Policy information: 2000 M Street, NW, Ste 480, Washington, DC. Phone: (202)467-8714.NATIONAL COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCENATIONAL COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
NON RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMProvides services for victims of domestic violence including 24 hour crisis intervention hotline, family and criminal court advocacy and accompaniment, support groups, employment services, Bi-Lingual/Bi-Cultural Staff, counseling, educational presentations, training for professionals and Speakers Bureau. Staff attorney available to assist clients with Family Court. Precinct Advocacy services provided in all seven SCPD precincts. Call to schedule an appointment.SuffolkNON RESIDENTIAL PROGRAML.I. AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC.
PREVENTION WORKSHOPS AND SUPPORT GROUPSOffers parenting workshops, anger management, creative arts workshops, social skills program and junior and teen leadership opportunities. Program is open to all but targets those affected by divorce, separation, alcohol, drug abuse, violence. Staff include licensed social workers, family specialists, special ed teachers, child and youth care workers, performing artists, and trained facilitators. Approved for court mandated clients.SuffolkPREVENTION WORKSHOPS AND SUPPORT GROUPSSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
SEPA MUJERProvides free legal services and referrals to latina women in abusive relationships. Also offers a workshop, the first for latina women, is a free six-week course (in Spanish) on leadership and basic legal rights training. Topics include domestic violence, access to medical care and education, and legal rights as workers, parents and spouses. Legal services available to Suffolk County residents. All other services open to Long Island residents. Call for further information.SuffolkSEPA MUJERSEPA MUJER
SHARPProvides group educational sessions for men who are hurtful, controlling, abusive, and/or violent in relationships. SHARP consists of 32 class sessions, which include a six session assessment. Classes include educational discussions and individual activities that create opportunities for change toward respectful and healthy behavior, and work to end hurtful, abusive and violent behavior. Appointment Required.Classes offered in Riverhead and Hauppauge locations. Day and evening classes available.Call for details.SuffolkSHARPTHE RETREAT, INC.
VICTIM SERVICES PROGRAMPrepares victim impact statements for victims of domestic violence and acts as their liaison to the Probation Department while the offender is being supervised. Also provides information and referrals for domestic violence services within the community, on how to obtain an Order Of Protection, victim's rights and safety planning. Call for more information.SuffolkVICTIM SERVICES PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROBATION-CRIMINAL COURT DIVISION

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