RESPECT, part of the Jewish Community House, offers programs for single-parented Jewish families, including case management and advocacy, career development workshops, Jewish events and trips, and academic enrichment and camp for children.
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.
OHEL Safe Dwelling Program Shelter is a kosher shelter in New York City. They offer confidential phone consultations, safety planning and personal guidance, counseling sessions, empowerment through appropriate dissemination of information and exploring all realistic options, and support groups.
The Rockland County Department of Social Services offers a wide-variety of programs for families, including food, assistance with home payments, and medical insurance, as well as other supportive services.
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.
Yeled v'Yalda's Women, Infants, and Children Services
Women, Infants, and Children Services is a program designed to assist pregnant, nursing, or postpartum women and children under 5 years old. They offer nutrition education and lactation specialists, designed to help individuals maintain a healthy lifestyle. They also refer to various social service organizations, and offer counseling and classes.