Helpful Resources

Resources

Remember that you are not alone and supports remain available to you.
The Retreat Hotline (24/7)631 – 329 – 2200
Deaf Crisis Line VP (24/7)321 – 800 – 3323
National Domestic Hotline (24/7)800 – 656 – 4673 and through chat
Strongheart Native Hotline (24/7)1 – 844 – 762 – 8483
(confidential and specifically for native communities)
Transline Peer Support (24/7)1-877-565-8860
Staffed exclusively by trans operators.
National Parent Hotline (24/7)1 – 877 – 565 – 8860
1 – 855 – 2736
Emotional support and advocacy for parents
Obtaining Orders of Protectionwww.nycourts.gov
Crime Victims Centerwww.parentsformeganslaw.org
Association of Mental Healthwww.mhaw.org

The National Network to End Domestic Violence offers these helpful resources on technology safety: NNEDV Safety Documents

App Safety Center: a new tech safety resource for abuse victims/survivors, advocates, app developers, and the general public, which provides tips, information, and resources for the safe development and use of smartphone apps addressing domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, harassment, and stalking.

The New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence Digital Safety Tips

The links below will take you directly to the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative page for removal instructions for the following sites: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, Tumblr, Yahoo, Google, Microsoft

Many survivors of domestic violence find themselves with criminal records. Oftentimes this is due to coerced criminal acts, experienced at the hands of their partner. Sometimes, this is a result of a misguided criminal justice system response to their partner’s abuse (for example, a dual arrest). Whatever the reason, survivors who have a criminal record face enormous challenges in accessing employment and economic security.

The Center for Survivor Agency & Justice has developed reference tool for survivors and advocates working with survivors that have criminal records and are seeking employment. This reference guide is designed to give survivors/advocates a better understanding of employment rights and offers tips and resources available to survivors when they are seeking employment.



What you can do now

Our hotline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911.

Chat with us Live

Chat services are available 24-hours a day for basic information. To speak to someone in detail, call our hotline.

Explore Resources

Not sure where to start? Find the most relevant resources available based on your current situation.