Off Campus Resources

New York City is home to a plethora of resources for people of all identities and genders who are facing sexual and interpersonal violence such as sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. These agencies offer a number of services including emergency room advocates*, confidential counseling, trauma support, identity based support, and help navigating the criminal justice system should a survivor choose to file a report with the NYPD.

  • New York City Anti-Violence Project is located at 116 Nassau Street, 3rd floor: 212-714-1141 (this is a 24 hour help line)
    • AVP is dedicated to serving LGBTQ and HIV-affected communities
  • WomanKind is located at 9 Mott Street, suite #200: 1-888-888-7702 (this is a 24 hour help line)
    • WomanKind helpline advocates are multi-lingual and speak English, Spanish, and 18+ Asian languages and dialects including Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Tagalog, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, and Vietnamese
  • Safe Horizon is located in multiple locations throughout the 5 boroughs: 1-800-621-4673 (this is a 24 hour help line)
    • Safe Horizon is the largest survivor service non-profit in the country - providng support for people who have experienced / are experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, stalking, and youth homelessness
  • Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program is located at 114th street and Amsterdam Avenue (Across from Columbia): 212-423-2140 (M-F, 9am to 5pm)
    • The SAVI program is located in St. Lukes Hospital. While their main line is only open during business hours, advocates from the program are available to survivors at the hospital 24/7

* If you have experienced violence and wish to go to the ER, you do not have to do so alone. SVR provides advocates, 24/7 through their help line (212-854-WALK[9255]), to accompany you if you wish. All costs for the visit are covered by the Crime Victims Board. Students will not be charged as long as they complete the appropriate paperwork. If a student identifies themselves as a survivor of sexual violence at the ER, this paperwork should be provided automatically. No NYPD report is required for compensation.*