|The Retreat Hotline (24/7)||631-329-2200|
|Deaf Crisis Line VP (24/7)||321-800-3323
24-hour crisis hotline
|National Domestic Violence Hotline||800-799-7233
Chat and texting available
|National Sexual Assault Hotline (24/7)||800-656-4673
Support, information, advice, and referrals for sexual assault survivors and those that support them. Online chat also available.
|Trans LifeLine Peer Support (24/7)||1-877-565-8860
Providing trans peer support, run by and for trans people.
|Stronghearts Native Healpline (24/7)||1-844-762-8483
24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating, and sexual assault helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives.
|National Parent Helpline (24/7)||1-855-427-2736
Emotional support and advocacy for parents
Monday – Friday, 10 AM PST – 7 PM PST
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7)||1-800-273-8255
24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.
|National Center for Missing and Exploited Children||Clearinghouse and comprehensive reporting center for all issues related to the prevention of and recovery from child victimization.
|Obtaining Orders of Protection in New York State||www.nycourts.gov|
|Suffolk County Response Crisis Center (24/7)||631-751-7500
|Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center||Reduced the trauma of child sexual/physical abuse or neglect and promotes the coordinated prosecution of offenders.
|Suffolk County Crime Victims Center||Provides trauma-informed support services, information, and multi-agency service referrals.
|Association of Mental Health||Offers a range of services to assist those facing mental health challenges.
The National Network to End Domestic Violence offers these helpful resources on technology safety: NNEDV Safety Documents
App Safety Center is a tech safety resource for abuse victims, survivors, advocates, app developers, and the general public. It provides tips, information, and resources for the safe development and use of smartphone apps addressing domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, harassment, and stalking.
Many survivors of domestic violence find themselves with criminal records. Often, this is due to coerced criminal acts experienced at the hands of their partner. Sometimes, it’s the result of a misguided criminal justice system response to their partner’s abuse (for example, a dual arrest). Regardless of the reason, survivors with criminal records face enormous challenges in accessing employment and economic security.
The Center for Survivor Agency & Justice has developed a reference tool for survivors with criminal records seeking employment. This guide gives survivors and advocates a better understanding of employment rights. It offers tips and resources available to survivors when they are seeking employment.