Abused Women

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    Taxonomy Code: YX-0300.0190

    Adult women who have been subjected to a persistent pattern of physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse and intimidation by their husbands or intimate partners.

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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
    CASA SALVAProvides Rapid Re-housing for survivors of domestic violence and their families. Program assists individuals secure housing and provides a rent subsidy for a limited time.NassauCASA SALVACIRCULO DE LA HISPANIDAD, INC.
    COUNSELINGOffers individual counseling services to women and men who are affected by all forms of domestic violence. This crisis-oriented counseling helps client's to take control of their lives and make positive changes. Longer term counseling provides a setting for sorting out options and start the healing process. Also services victims of rape and sexual assault. Offered on residential and non-residential basis. Services available at Riverhead, East Hampton and Southampton offices. Appointment required.SuffolkCOUNSELINGTHE 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 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.
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COUNSELING PROGRAMSProvides counseling on individual or group basis for female and male adult victims of domestic violence. Hotline available 24 hours/7 days a week.NassauDOMESTIC VIOLENCE COUNSELING PROGRAMSTHE SAFE CENTER LI
    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
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LIAISONWorks directly at the Department of Social Services providing assistance for individuals who are victims of domestic violence. Provides waiver if needed to ensure the safety of the individual. Waivers can include child support, spousal support and other support. Call for information.NassauDOMESTIC VIOLENCE LIAISONCIRCULO DE LA HISPANIDAD, INC.
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT-CENTRAL ISLIPHandles the prosecution of crimes committed between persons who are related by blood, by marriage, through child-in-common, or intimate cohabitants. Speakers Bureau discusses steps to take for victims of domestic violence. Government Funded. Serves Suffolk County.SuffolkDOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT-CENTRAL ISLIPSUFFOLK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY
    FINANCIAL LITERACY/JOB READINESSOffers a training program that provides guidance and direction in job readiness, personal organization and life enrichment for survivors of domestic abuse. The program's mission is to end the cycle of violence by providing continued support and tools necessary for economic and emotional self-reliance.SuffolkFINANCIAL LITERACY/JOB READINESSTHE RETREAT, INC.
    HOTLINEOffers telephone crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence or rape/sexual assault. Trained staff and volunteers link callers to necessary resources and referrals while providing supportive listening.SuffolkHOTLINETHE RETREAT, INC.
    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
    MOTHER OF GOOD COUNSEL HOMEProvides a safe home for women and single mothers ages 18-35 years of age and survivors of sexual exploitation. The Home accompanies these women in their own process through counseling, parenting skills, preparation for independent living, educational assistance, health guidance services, referral to legal services and other identified needs.NassauMOTHER OF GOOD COUNSEL HOMEOBLATE SISTERS OF THE MOST HOLY REDEEMER
    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.
    RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMProvides emergency shelter in a undisclosed location for victims of domestic violence. Can accommodate women and children in need of immediate placement in a safe environment for 90 days. All services are confidential. Offers crisis intervention, case management, counseling for adult, individual and group, child witness to victim of domestic violence program, social services, court advocacy, employment referrals, health and wellness workshops and daily living skills workshop.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL PROGRAMBRIGHTER TOMORROWS
    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
    SUPPORT GROUPSOffers support groups that combine education about abuse with support toward ending feelings of isolation and building a better sense of self. Services offered in East Hampton and Riverhead.SuffolkSUPPORT GROUPSTHE 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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