For not urgent situations contact (212) 423-2140
For urgent situations call 800-621-HOPE (4673)
SAVI is a Mount Sinai program that is available for people experiencing IPV.
► Short-term counseling for survivors of rape, sexual assault, child abuse, domestic violence, and intimate partner violence and support services for friends and families of survivors
► Referral for psychotherapy
If you are a victim of a crime within New York State, you may be eligible to receive benefits like financial assistance to pay for medical bills, counseling expenses, burial and funeral costs, and lost wages. Visit the Office of Victim Services at ovs.ny.gov to learn more.
Updated on October 22, 2021
Local Precinct Locator: nyc.gov/site/nypd/bureaus/patrol/find-your-precinct.page
NYC victim hotline number: 866-689-4357 | Available 7 days a week for 24 hours a day (10-15 min wait).
Depending on the type of crime you want to report you could 1) file it online or 2) visit your local precinct. See instructions below.
➤ Reporting Crimes Online (DO NOT know who committed the crime)
Types of crimes that can be reported online
— Lost property -property which cannot be located; does not include property that you think was taken from your possession. Example: forgetting a package on the subway
— Petit larceny -property that was taken without permission valued at $1000 or less. Does not include property that was forcibly taken from you. Example: Bike being stolen in front of a store
— Criminal mischief- intentional damage to property by a person Example: Intentionally breaking a car window
— Graffiti- intentionally drawing, scratching, or etching on property. Example: spray painting a store front. If reporting graffiti, upload a picture of graffiti
Requirements to report a crime via this website
— Must be a resident of one of the 5 boroughs of NY
— Have a valid email address
— Be 18 years of age
— You are the property owner or parent/guardian/employer or property owner
— You DO NOT know who committed the crime
— The crime was not captured on video
— Item being stolen ARE NOT a cell phone or license plate
Steps to File a Report Online
— Make an NYPD Online account and then submit report
— Receive an email receipt that the crime was reported
— Report will be reviewed by NYPD
— Report number (complaint number) will be emailed to you in approximately 5 business days
— A member of the NYPD will contact you if further information is needed.
➤Visiting Your Local Precinct
— If you have a crime that IS NOT one that can be reported online, you must report it to your local precinct. To find your closest precinct, visit nyc.gov/site/nypd/bureaus/patrol/find-your-precinct.page.
— If you are unsure whether you are a victim of a crime or want to learn more ways you can receive help, visit: nyc.gov/site/nypd/services/victim-services/frequently-asked-questions.page or call the NYC Crime Victim hotline at: 866-689-4357.
— If a victim of domestic violence or trauma, the NYC Victim Hotline can provide free short-term counseling.
— If in need of an order of protection for an inter-partner relationship (i.e. family, spouse, children), they can assist in getting that order from family court. If not an inter-partner situation, the order of protection would be issued from criminal court.
— The NYC Victim Hotline can also connect callers to free legal services for domestic violence victims, whether it be for divorce, support groups, or any other of their concerns.
Family Justice Centers nyc.gov/site/ocdv/programs/family-justice-centers.page
Safe Horizon Counseling Center safehorizon.org/find-us
Find more information visiting https://www1.nyc.gov/site/nypd/services/victim-services/frequently-asked-questions.page.
Updated on July 28, 2021
Resources for survivors with children, LGBTQ+ survivors, persons living with disabilities, seniors, youth, and the community at large. For these and many more resources click HERE
Información sobre recursos para sobrevivientes de violencia doméstica durante COVID-19. Oprima AQUI para la lista completa.
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Domestic Violence Hotline by Safe Horizon
You have the right to a safe relationship. If you would like to talk to someone please call the Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-621-4673. Help is available 24 hours a day.
If you are in immediate danger please call 911.
Bronx: (718) 508-1220 | Brooklyn: (718) 250-5113 | Manhattan: (212) 602-2800 | Queens: (718) 575-4545 | Staten Island: (718) 697-4300
24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-621-HOPE (4673)
For immediate safety planning, shelter assistance, and other resources: 800-810-7444
If you or someone you know is going through domestic violence or gender-based violence you can contact the Family Justice Centers from Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM.
*During the weekend please contact the 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 621-4673 OR visit NYC HOPE Resource Directory*
The Family Justice Centers (FJC) will connect you to organizations that provide free and confidential assistance such as: shelter and housing, safety planning, application to public benefits, mental health and counseling services, information about job training, legal help, and childcare for children age 3+.
PO Box 1406, Wall Street Station, New York, NY 10268
Sanctuary for Families has a legal team that can help survivors of gender violence and this can be cases of domestic violence, forced marriage, trafficking survivors, immigrant adults and children, and any violence to a member of the LGBTQ community. Sanctuary for Families has shelters, career, and technology training, and free legal services.
Locate their offices’ adressesand phone numbers in each borough.
For more information call 212-349-6009 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Her Justice serves New York City women living in poverty with high-stakes legal needs.
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Call the live Legal Help Line and speak with a legal professional on Thursdays from 10AM to 1PM at (718) 562-8181.
You can also leave a voicemail on this line and someone will return your call within 24 hours.
Urban Justice Center
40 Rector St., 9th FL, New York, NY 10006
The Urban Justice Center has legal services for survivors of domestic violence and their children, refugees and displaced people, homeless or street-involved LGBTQ youth, veterans, and many more people in need of legal help.
UJC has different 11 programs to serve the specific needs of the community. Their programs are:
| DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROJECT
|DVP protects the rights of domestic violence survivors to allow for a self-determined and safe future.
| HUMAN RIGHTS PROJECT
||HRP promotes recognition and implementation of the full spectrum of human rights in the United States.
| MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT
||MHP advocates for low-income New Yorkers living with serious mental health concerns.
| PETER CICCHINO YOUTH PROJECT
||PCYP provides legal representation to youth experiencing homelessness in NYC, with a focus on the needs of LGBTQ youth. Please contact us to make an appointment.
| SAFETY NET PROJECT
||The Safety Net Project advocates for safe and secure housing and fundamental resources like food and cash assistance for underserved and marginalized communities in New York City. We combine legal services, policy advocacy, new media campaigns, and community organizing to advance the movement for economic justice.
|STREET VENDOR PROJECT
||SWP provides legal and social services, and engages in advocacy, education, research and organizing to promote and protect the human rights of sex workers and survivors of human trafficking.
||Asylum Connect provides the first and only resource website and app for LGBTQ asylum. Use Asylum Connect’s free website and app to find verified safe LGBTQ-and immigrant-friendly services near you.
|THE BRAVE HOUSE
||The Brave House is developing a community space for immigrant girls, ages 16-21, providing legal, mental health, and holistic services to survivors of gender-based violence.
| COLLEGE ATHLETE ADVOCACY INITIATIVE
||CAAI advocates for the fair and equal treatment of college athletes by facilitating legal services and coordinating advocacy campaigns to combat exploitation in the multibillion-dollar college sports industry.
| POWER OF PURPOSE
||PoP is a solution to the violence, crime and cycle of criminal justice involvement plaguing youth ages 14 to 18 years old in the Bronx, NY.
|SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY OVERSIGHT PROJECT||S.T.O.P. litigates and advocates for the privacy, fighting excessive local and state-level surveillance. Our work highlights the discriminatory impact of surveillance on Muslim Americans, immigrants, and communities of color. S.T.O.P. is one of just five organizations selected for UJCs 2019-2020 Social Justice Accelerator