Children of Abused Women/Men

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    Taxonomy Code: YJ-2075.1500

    Children and adolescents whose own personal, social and familial coping have been affected by the presence of domestic violence/abuse in their home.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    CHILDREN'S PROGRAMProvides counseling,drama, and art therapy for children age 3 1/2 to 12. Services are available to children who have witnessed domestic violence in their homes who have been sexually assaulted or raped by a non-family or non-household member, or sexually assaulted by a family member. Goal is to stabilize the child during and after the crisis. Counseling for children is short-term, usually four to six months. Provides referrals to have child evaluated for legal or custody disputes where there are allegations of abuse.SuffolkCHILDREN'S PROGRAMVICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SUFFOLK
    CHILDREN'S SERVICESOffers counseling for children affected by domestic violence and abuse.SuffolkCHILDREN'S SERVICESTHE RETREAT, INC.
    COUNSELING FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THEIR CHILDRENProvides counseling and case coordination for victims of domestic violence and their children who are referred by Children's Protective Services. Crisis appointments, group counseling, and safety planning available. Call for more information.SuffolkCOUNSELING FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THEIR CHILDRENVICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SUFFOLK
    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
    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.
    NON-RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMProvides counseling, support groups, parenting groups and referrals to victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, and victims of domestic violence who are incarcerated. Offers transportation and bilingual court advocacy to help victims access legal options. Special group counseling services for children who are victims/witnesses of domestic violence.SuffolkNON-RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMBRIGHTER TOMORROWS
    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.
    THE RETREAT SHELTEROperates an 18-bed shelter to provide emergency housing for Adults and their children who are victims of domestic violence, or sexual assault. Residents participate in individual and group counseling, skills training and parenting education programs. Residents are also provided legal advocacy and assistance in obtaining any public assistance or entitlements.SuffolkTHE RETREAT SHELTERTHE RETREAT, INC.
    TRANSITIONAL PROGRAMProvides a housing program for women and children who are victims of domestic violence and another site for single adult victims of human trafficking, and/or victims of domestic violence who were formerly incarcerated. Ongoing services are provided by the agency while women work toward obtaining a GED if necessary, higher education, vocational training, and procuring permanent employment and housing.SuffolkTRANSITIONAL PROGRAMBRIGHTER TOMORROWS

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