Columbia Greene Domestic Violence provides victims/survivors of domestic violence and their children with safe, secure, temporary shelter in a comfortable atmosphere. The shelter is designed to meet the victims' physical needs by providing housing, food, clothing and personal items, as well as their emotional needs through support services. Support services are provided on an as-needed basis and include but are not limited to: support counseling, support group, advocacy, information and referral, transportation, New York State Crime Victim Board claims assistance. Staff will also familiarize clients with New York State laws that pertain to their situation and can help answer questions regarding custody, criminal charges, and protection orders. Shelter Staff can help victims understand the judicial process and attend legal and court appointments with the victim as requested. Shelter stay is limited to 135 days.
Greene and Columbia Counties
Call for details
Call 518-943-9205 or 518-943-9211 or walk in
The client's situation will be assessed, and there will be a review of the program's rules and the willingness of the client to comply with the rules.
Any victim and their children whose lives have been affected by physical, emotional, or sexual abuse that seeks our services and agrees to follow program rules and regulations.