Help is available, you’re not alone.
Many New York City government agencies and nonprofit community organizations provide services to domestic violence victims throughout the five boroughs.
Services include emergency shelter and permanent housing, orders of protection, financial assistance, counseling, health care, civil legal assistance, self-sufficiency, and filing police reports.
Domestic violence occurs in families of all races, cultures, religions, and income levels. No matter what your immigration status is, if someone is abusing you, help is available.
If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence,
call 311 for New York City’s Domestic Violence Hotline. In emergencies, call 911.
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NYC Family Justice Centers
Find out about the services the NYC Family Justice Centers provide, where they are located, and how to get there.
Domestic Violence Response Team
Find out how the Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT) assists high-risk victims of intimate partner violence to obtain eligible services in Staten Island.
A.V.O.N Mentoring Program
Learn how to become a mentee or a mentor for this program, which focuses on developing technical, professional, and personal skills, including networking, interviewing skills, and professional etiquette.
NYC Service Snapshot
Learn about services provided City-wide for victims of domestic violence.
Find service providers in your area using the City of New York Resource Directory of Domestic Violence Services.
311 + DV Hotline
Call these important numbers to get help.
Take these steps to stay safe.
Contact An NYPD Domestic Violence Prevention Officer. Find a precinct near you [HERE].