National Domestic Violence Hotline
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Clinic Info |
Through our clinic, we can meet with survivors of intimate partner violence in New York City. Intimate partner violence, or "IPV," is also known as domestic violence.
Our specially trained clinic volunteers are graduate students with technology expertise. More about the clinic >
If you live anywhere in New York City, you can request an appointment with us by contacting either a Family Justice Center (FJC) or the Anti-Violence Project (AVP).
FJCs are city-run centers that help abuse survivors. Visit the website for the Family Justice Centers >
AVP is an anti-violence network supporting New York City's LGBTQ+ and HIV-Affected Communities. Visit the website for AVP >
Our volunteers are working on creating resources for survivors, social workers, and others. Here are some to get you started.
Other Institutions |
People experiencing abuse anywhere in the US can contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline by calling 1-800-799-7233 (TTY: 1-800-787-3224) or visiting thehotline.org >
In the Seattle area, you can contact the Technology-Enabled Coercive Control (TECC) Working Group for help with technology-related abuse. Visit the Seattle TECC website >
We'll post links to other clinics like ours as we become aware of them.