Crime Victim Accompaniment Services

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    Taxonomy Code: FN-1900.0500

    Programs that provide support for battered women, sexual assault survivors and other victims of crimes by having a staff member go with them when they require a medical examination to gather evidence or need to visit a police station to file a complaint or appear in court to give evidence.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ADULT VICTIM ADVOCATE PROGRAMProvides crisis intervention, advocacy services, case management, and information and referrals to adult victims of domestic violence and rape/sexual assault. Assists in filing for crime victims compensation, accompanies clients to court, police interviews, and court hearings. Call for further information.NassauADULT VICTIM ADVOCATE PROGRAMTHE SAFE CENTER LI
    ADVOCACYProvides trained legal advocates to accompany victims of domestic violence and sexual assault to court, to explain legal processes and to assist in obtaining orders of protection, visitation, custody and child support. Services available at the Riverhead, East Hampton and Southampton offices. Appointment required.SuffolkADVOCACYTHE RETREAT, INC.
    ADVOCACY FOR SEXUALLY VICTIMIZED CHILDREN AND NON-OFFENDING FAMILYProvides advocacy in criminal and family court for sexually victimized adults and children and their non-offending family members. Also offers a Court-School Program to familiarize children and their non-offending family members of the courtroom experience. Call for more information.ADVOCACY FOR SEXUALLY VICTIMIZED CHILDREN AND NON-OFFENDING FAMILYPARENTS FOR MEGAN'S LAW
    ANTI-VIOLENCE PROJECT-LONG ISLANDOffers advocacy and support to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, pick-up and hate crimes. Provides short term counseling, accompanies victims to police headquarters and court, makes referrals for legal services and offers opportunities to meet with support groups. Also provides educational workshops for health and human service providers.SuffolkANTI-VIOLENCE PROJECT-LONG ISLANDTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    CHILD VICTIM ADVOCATE PROGRAMProvides support and case management for alleged sex abuse and physical abuse victim in Nassau County. The program provides crisis intervention, accompaniment to criminal and family court, police, District Attorney's office, forensic rape exam. Serves as a liaison to the Nassau County Multi Disciplinary Team and service providers. Assists in completing Crime Victim's Compensation.NassauCHILD VICTIM ADVOCATE PROGRAMTHE SAFE CENTER LI
    COURT ADVOCACYProvides information, assistance, accompaniment to Family Court and Domestic Violence Court, and assists with filing an Order of Protection. Free and Confidential.NassauCOURT ADVOCACYTHE SAFE CENTER LI
    COURT ADVOCACY SERVICES-ADVOCACY PROGRAMProvides court advocacy services to victims of domestic and teen dating violence in Family, District, and IDV Courts. Court advocacy services available in arraignment part of District Court on weekends. Assistance with petitioning for and obtaining Orders of Protection. Advocates provide clients with support, information and referrals to services offered by LIADV and outside resources. Provides referrals to staff attorney for Family Court cases. Call for more information and to schedule an appointment.SuffolkCOURT ADVOCACY SERVICES-ADVOCACY PROGRAML.I. AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC.
    CRIME VICTIMS ADVOCATE UNITProvides a variety of court related social services designed to meet the needs of crime victims, their families, and witnesses of crime. Objectives are to assist crime victims and witnesses in coping with emotional trauma of being a victim and to help deal with the criminal court system. Services include assistance to victims required to appear in court, aids victims and witnesses in filing applications with the New York Crime Victims Board, makes referrals to social service and counseling agencies as well as assistance with victim impact statements and Orders of Protection.NassauCRIME VICTIMS ADVOCATE UNITNASSAU COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY
    CRIME VICTIMS CENTERProvides crisis intervention and support services to victims of violent crime. Links victims of crime to reimbursement for medical and essential property loss expenses. Offers individual and group counseling, legal and medical information, criminal justice advocacy including medical and courtroom accompaniment and post sentencing support. Also provides educational advocacy for minors, victims impact statement and VINE registration. Provides support and services to all innocent victims of crime, including but not limited to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, human trafficking, assault, menacing, robbery, burglary, kidnapping and other victims of violent crime, including survivors of homicide. and gang violence.CRIME VICTIMS CENTERPARENTS FOR MEGAN'S LAW
    CRIME VICTIMS SERVICES UNITProvides services to crime victims and witnesses to help alleviate the trauma associated with being a victim of a crime and to provide necessary services as support. Services include application for New York State Crime Victims Board compensation, information on the criminal justice process, security measures, court and case data, court accompaniment, assistance with property return, intervention with creditors and employers, referrals and liaison services to other agencies, and assistance with post conviction proceedings. Contact Suffolk County District Attorney's office through any local court.SuffolkCRIME VICTIMS SERVICES UNITSUFFOLK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COURT ADVOCACY PROGRAMAdvocates provide victims with crisis intervention counseling, help petition for orders of protection and accompany victims to court. Advocates act as a liaison between the victim and the criminal justice system and help individuals understand basic legal proceedings. Referrals are made to appropriate agencies for additional needs.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES-SENIOR SERVICESTOWN OF SOUTHAMPTON
    LEGAL ADVOCACYProvides legal advocacy including information, referrals or accompaniment to: Family Court, Criminal Court, Domestic Violence Court, Sex Offense Court, Integrated Domestic Violence Court, police, probation department District Attorney's office. Petitions and accompaniment for orders of protection. Also provides assistance to victims and family members who are entitled to compensation through the New York State Crime Victims Board. Provides referral, application process and support. Staff includes persons with Bachelors degree in human services. All staff trained by VIBS.SuffolkLEGAL ADVOCACYVICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SUFFOLK
    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.
    PRECINCT OUTREACH PROJECTProvides in-person and phone advocacy for victims of domestic violence residing within all seven Suffolk County Police Precincts. Advocates provide safety planning, precinct, court and hospital accompaniment and referrals, Staff Attorney available for custody, child support and visitation and Orders Of Protection. To speak with a precinct advocate, contact the 24 hour hotline.SuffolkPRECINCT OUTREACH PROJECTL.I. AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC.
    VICTIM SERVICESOffers support to victims and their families who have suffered serious physical, psychological and financial damages as a result of a crash. Offers victim support groups, victim hotline, advocates to accompany victim/family through legal system, assists with a Victim's Impact Statement before the offender is sentenced. Other services include: assisting lawmakers in formulating legislation, informing the public on DWI matters, monitoring police and judicial procedures in DWI cases, and providing speakers to educate the community.SuffolkVICTIM SERVICESMOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING, LONG ISLAND CHAPTER

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