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    CLICK HERE for the report, "I Want to be the Help that I Never Received: BIPOC Representation in the Helping Professions and Recommendations for Addressing Them," from our partners at CUNY ISLG. This important research is vital to our work that we understand how to increase representation and retention of BIPOC and people with intersectional identities in the helping and clinical professions.

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    This is Mental Health Awareness Month. Get HELP: For victims and survivors of DV/GBV, call 311 to be connected to or visit any NYC Family Justice Center to learn more about mental health counselors and psychiatrist and additional wellness services like trauma-informed yoga. Click here for NYC HOPE Resource Directory to find resources and support in NYC.

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Urban Institute Research Report
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    Click here for Research Report: “A New Nonmandated Program for People Who Cause Intimate Partner Violence.” The Respect and Responsibility demonstration project is the first program in NYC to operate as a nonmandated intervention program for those who have caused harm or are causing harm in their intimate relationships. GET HELP: Call 311 or 800-621-HOPE (4673).

End Street Harassment Resource Guide (ESHRG)
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    The End Street Harassment Resource Guide is a tool for New Yorkers to learn different ways to respond to street harassment, how to find support if you have experienced street harassment, how to help prevent street harassment, and where to report street harassment. Get help: Call 311 or 800-621-HOPE (4673).

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