We meet with survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) to uncover -- and end -- technology-related abuses they are experiencing.
Our specially trained volunteers are graduate students and professionals with technology expertise. They meet with survivors throughout New York City, in collaboration with the Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence (ENDGBV) or our partners at the Anti-Violence Project.
The clinic is currently part of a research study. However, participation in the study is optional -- clients can still receive our services even if they decline to take part in the study.
If you live anywhere in New York City, you can make an appointment with us by contacting one of the Family Justice Centers (FJCs) or via a referral from one of The Anti-Violence Project's (AVP) support programs.
The FJCs are city-run support centers where IPV survivors can meet with social workers, police, and members of the district attorney's office. Support workers at the FJCs offer a variety of forms of help. Visit the website for Family Justice Centers >
The AVP provides anti-violence support, including crisis counseling to New York City's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and HIV-affected communities. Visit the AVP website >
All appointments with us must be booked through either the FJCs or AVP.
Please note: We can only help clients who are at least 18 years old. Only adults may be present during our clinic sessions. The FJCs offer childcare for children who are three years old and up.