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Domestic Violence Awareness Month
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    We are hosting a Citywide Calendar of DVAM Events to help New Yorkers engage with activities hosted by government, community, and advocacy organizations. To post your DVAM event, please fill out this electronic form. The DVAM Calendar will be updated and posted daily Here.

Daily Affirmation
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    We are posting Daily Affirmations on social media to uplift survivor voices and unite our strong community of supporters in NYC. Please offer your affirmation through this electronic form and follow @NYCENDGBV for these daily posts.

End Street Harassment Resource Guide (ESHRG)
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    Take the End Street Harassment Public Survey to help the Street Advisory Prevention Advisory Board learn about New Yorkers’ experiences of street harassment. Use the Resource Guide for information on how to find help if you’ve experienced street harassment. GET HELP: Call 311 or 800-621-HOPE (4673)

NYC Announces New Domestic and Gender-Based Violence Workplace Policy
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    On October 27, 2021, Mayor de Blasio signed Executive Order 85, creating and implementing a citywide domestic and gender-based violence (DV/GBV) workplace policy to strengthen trauma-informed responses and support across agencies for City employees who are experiencing DV/GBV as part of the City's commitment to a healthy and safe workplace that prioritizes employee wellbeing.

Helping our Kids Build Healthy Relationships
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    During October's Domestic Violence Awareness Month Campaign we launched "The ABCs of Healthy Relationships" interactive web-based toolkits to help elementary school students develop healthy relationships with their friends and classmates as building blocks for healthier relationships.

The Family Justice Centers (FJC's) are open and providing free services and confidential assistance by phone and in person.

For in person services, you can call the Family Justice Center to make an appointment or walk into your nearest FJC if you cannot engage in remote services safely or effectively.

For remote services, you can call 311 or the phone numbers listed below to be connected to your nearest FJC. If you are asked and it is safe to do so, please leave us a message and someone will get back to you. Learn more