The New York City Family Justice Centers are a program of the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence.
The New York City Family Justice Centers provide criminal justice, civil legal, and social services all in one location for victims of domestic violence, elder abuse, and sex trafficking.
Victims can meet with a prosecutor, speak with a trained counselor, and apply for housing and financial assistance in just one place. Children age 3 and up can play in a children’s room while their parents receive services.
Services are free and available to all victims.Victims can get help at the Centers no matter what their immigration status or the language they speak. Staff can speak more than 30 languages and interpretation services are also available in many more languages.
Each Center is open Monday through Friday, from 9am- 5pm. Clients may walk-in during these hours – you do not need to make an appointment.
NYC Family Justice Center Bronx
198 East 161st Street, Bronx
Subway: Take the or to 161st Street Yankee Stadium station. Exit near the intersection of E. 161st Street and River Avenue. Walk east on 161st Street towards the Grand Concourse. The Center is located at the corner of E. 161st Street and Sheridan Avenue.
Bus: The BX1, BX2, BX6, and BX13 all stop near the Center.
NYC Family Justice Center Brooklyn
350 Jay Street, downtown Brooklyn
(718) 250-5111 and select 6
Subway: Take the , or train to Jay Street or the or train to Borough Hall.
Bus: The B25, B26, B38, B51, B54, B57, B61, B65, B67, and B75 buses all stop near the Center.
NYC Family Justice Center Manhattan
80 Centre St.
Subway: Take the to Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall, the to Chambers Street, the to Canal Street, the to Chambers Street or the to Chambers Street.
Bus: The M5, M9, M22 and M103 buses all stop near the Center.
NYC Family Justice Center Queens
126-02 82nd Avenue, Kew Gardens
Subway: Take the or train to Kew Gardens/Union Turnpike. Use the "Court House/North Side" exit and walk east on Queens Boulevard past Queens Borough Hall. Turn left on 82nd Avenue.
Bus: The Q10, Q37, Q46, and Q60 all stop near the Center.
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Download one-page flyers about the New York City Family Justice Centers in these languages:
Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (traditional), English, French, Haitian Creole, Hindi, Korean, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Urdu (in PDF)
Download the New York City Family Justice Center Initiative Brochure (in PDF)
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Get information about the on-site community organizations and government partners.
The New York City Family Justice Center Initiative is a private/public partnership of the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization established to promote partnerships between the City and the private sector.