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    Programs that provide information and/or services that deal with the topic of domestic violence, i.e., spouse/partner abuse.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Abuse/Violence SupportServicesProvides support serves for victims of intimate partner violence with temporary housing, emergency transportation, childcare and advocacy with courts, law enforcement, Department of Social Services, etc. Also offers supportive counseling and safety planning, loaning of cell phones, assistance with NYS Office of Victim Services compensation claims and Family Offense Petitions. Domestic violence education is also available for individuals, groups and staff secondary schools, and colleges.ClintonSTOP DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ESSEX COUNTYBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
    Abuse/Violence Support ServicesProvides outreach, education, and advocacy to farmworker women who are victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence, Stalking, and Dating Violence. Also works to enhance improve access to services for farmworker victims who face numerous obstacles when accessing currently available services and resources, shelter and non-shelter services alike for domestic violence issues.UlsterDOMESTIC VIOLENCEWORKER JUSTICE CENTER OF NEW YORK
    Abuse/Violence Support ServicesAssist all victims regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. All services are free and confidential. We provide court advocacy. Information and referral, crisis intervention and advocacy, case management, individual and group counseling, as well as community education and outreach and prevention services.AlbanyDOMESTIC VIOLENCE OUTREACH SERVICESEQUINOX
    Abuse/Violence Support ServicesProvides support serves for victims of intimate partner violence with temporary housing, emergency transportation, childcare and advocacy with courts, law enforcement, Department of Social Services, etc. Also offers supportive counseling and safety planning, loaning of cell phones, assistance with NYS Office of Victim Services compensation claims and Family Offense Petitions. Domestic violence education is also available for individuals, groups and staff.ClintonSTOP DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CLINTON COUNTYBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
    Case/Care Management ServicesThe Columbia Greene Domestic Violence Non-Residential Program works closely with families to increase their independence from the batterer, and help them to make healthier choices for their future. Columbia Greene Domestic Violence provides victims/survivors of domestic violence services in a safe environment where survivors can address issues associated with their victimization without fear for their safety. Services are provided on a voluntary basis. Support services are provided on an as needed basis and include but are not limited to: support counseling, support groups, advocacy, information and referral, transportation, and 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, protection orders. Staff can help victims understand the judicial process and attend legal and court appointments with the victim as requested.GreeneDOMESTIC VIOLENCE / NON-RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMCOMMUNITY ACTION OF GREENE COUNTY
    Case/Care Management ServicesCase management assistance with employment, housing, child care, transportation, and other self-sufficiency needs. SaratogaHOUSING AND EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCEWELLSPRING
    Education/Training ServicesProvides ongoing training and technical assistance through trainings, in-services, and conferences and through regular contact with advocates and stakeholders addressing issues such as funding, legislation, program development, service provision, community collaboration, program evaluation, public assistance, immigration, HIV, chemical dependence, mental health, the law and court system, social change, and cultural competency among other issues as they impact victims of domestic violence. Also provides outreach programs and printed materials to educate the public on domestic violence and how to help or prevent this abuse. AlbanyDOMESTIC VIOLENCE EDUCATION AND OUTREACHNEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (NYSCADV)
    Education/Training ServicesVAWA Trainings provide comprehensive and systematic training on various topic areas for domestic violence program staff, to improve their understanding of current issues impacting women who are abused. Such topics include: the nature and dynamics of domestic violence, socio-political understanding of domestic violence, cultural competency, offender accountability, the impact on society, effects on family members, safety plans, service provision, lethality, counseling, substance abuse, mental illness, relevant provisions of state and federal law, working operations and limits of various elements of the civil, criminal justice and legal system, and immigration.AlbanyVAWA TRAINING PROJECTNEW YORK STATE COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (NYSCADV)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesWellspring’s NewView Housing program assists individuals and families who are homeless due to domestic violence. The program has permanent supportive and rapid rehousing components that provide rent subsidy and supportive services to help participants remain safe and work toward economic self-sufficiency. SaratogaHOMELESSNESS PREVENTION, SUPPORTIVE HOUSING AND RAPID RE-HOUSING PROGRAMWELLSPRING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesProvides cash assistance to financially eligible families and individuals, which may include rent/utility payment assistance, emergency shelter services and/or burial expense assistance. This program also can provide access to SNAP, Medicaid, Day Care, and employment assessment and training; may also include referral to substance abuse treatment and domestic violence assistance.AlbanyTEMPORARY ASSISTANCE DIVISIONALBANY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Helpline/Hotline ServicesSaratoga County provides emergency services for victims of domestic abuse and their children. Services include coordination of services, information and referral, and payment of residential and support services.SaratogaDOMESTIC VIOLENCESARATOGA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Support ServicesDVAP provides non-residential programming to victims of domestic violence and their children. Comprehensive supports to victims include legal advocacy, a domestic violence hotline, safety planning, legal clinics, counseling, emergency cell phones, support groups, children's counseling and support groups, court accompaniment, resource advocacy, direct access to emergency assistance and transportation to victims of domestic violence and their children as well as educational presentations, trainings and workshops for schools and community groups.SaratogaDOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCACY PROGRAMMECHANICVILLE AREA COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER (MACSC)

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