The Brooklyn District Attorney Victim Services Unit provides crisis counseling, safety planning, provides referrals, and can act as an escort to court. They also help victims file for compensation claims.
The Met Council Family Violence Center offers services to clients facing family violence, including safety planning and case management, counseling, emergency financial assistance and food pantry, referrals, and legal advocacy.
The New York Legal Assistance Group provides free civil representation to those who cannot afford private attorneys. They help with financial counseling, matrimonial and family law, and other areas, and also offer free mediation services.
New York Association of Collaborative Professionals
The New York Association of Collaborative Professionals (NYACP) is the resource for attorneys, financial professionals and mental health professionals who work with divorcing couples and want to enhance their Collaborative Practice. The NYACP website also includes resources such as "Find a Professional" and an extensive library of videos and articles that offer quality information for families navigating through divorce.
The New York City Family Justice Center provides a variety of services to help victims: case managers for help with safety planning and other needs, counselors and psychiatrists, lawyers, officers and prosecutors for help and information, financial assistance and referrals, and child care services.