The campus is closed and staff will work remotely at least until the governor announces the reopening of the New York City Region. See the Coronavirus / COVID-19 Updates page.

Intimate Partner Violence Support and Resources

We have the following resources available through local NYC service providers:

St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital: Crime Victims Treatment
CVTC Columbus Circle
126 West 60th Street
New York, NY 10023
Phone: 212.523.4728

Bellevue Hospital Center: Sexual Assault Response Team SAFE Center
462 First Avenue
CD Building, Ground Floor #GA74
New York, NY 10016
Phone: 212.562.3435/3755

Mt. Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center : Rape Crisis & Domestic Violence Intervention Program
Dept. of Social Work
317 E 17th St.
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212.420.4516

New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center Domestic and Other Violent Emergencies (DOVE) Program
622 W 168th St., HP2
New York, NY 10032
Phone: 212.305.9060
Email: dove@nyp.org

Womankind
32 Broadway, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Phone: 212.732.0054
Hotline: 888.888.7702 (24-hour Hotline)
info@iamWK.org

Anti Violence Project
116 Nassau Street
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10038
Phone: 212.714.1141
Hotline: 212.714.1184

New York County District Attorney’s Office
One Hogan Place
New York, NY 10003
Main Phone: 212.335.9000
Phone: 212.335.9040 – Witness Aid Services Unit

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