Fleeing Domestic Violence
If you are actively fleeing violence in your home (which can include domestic violence, sexual assault(s), dating violence, stalking, or human trafficking) as as a result, have nowhere to go and no other resources to not become homeless,
This human service agency dedicated to empowering survivors of domestic violence. The agency serves victims from Suffolk and Nassau counties. Brighter Tomorrows is committed to listening, believing & helping victims of domestic violence by providing shelter, counseling, and legal advocacy.
SEPA Mujer advocates for immigrant women on Long Island and provides victim assistance programs including a hotline, sexual assault survivors support group and case management services. Their 24/7 Spanish language hotline aims to help victims of gender-based violence, hate crimes, and wage theft.
This free, confidential hotline is answered 24/7 by trained victim advocates who can provide you with information and crisis counseling on the phone. If you need or want in-person or follow-up services, you will be referred to your local rape crisis program for those services
The Helpline offers information, referrals to resources for further help, and emotional support. The Helpline is bilingual, calls can be anonymous, confidentiality is respected. The Women's Helpline is available from 8:30AM-4:30PM, Monday through Friday.
Círculo de la Hispanidad provides a range of Spanish/English services to assist individuals affected by violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence. Support includes case management, support groups, advocacy, counseling, crisis intervention services, safety planning, education, transitional and permanent housing as well as ancillary services. For more information, contact the Hempstead office and ask for the Salva Program.