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Family Justice Centers are available by phone. Call your nearest FJC M-F 9am-5pm

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    While our doors remain temporarily closed due to COVID-19, the NYC Family Justice Centers are still standing by on the phone to get survivors connected to help, such as immediate safety planning, shelter assistance, and other vital resources. Reach out for services or support.

    You can also learn more about the City's services for survivors...

Protect yourself and others. Stay home if sick. Protect the most vulnerable.

    New Yorkers working together can slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in New York City. Learn more about what you can do.
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    NYC HOPE can connect you to resources to help you or a loved one experiencing dating, domestic, or gender-based violence.
Concerned about immigrantion and public benefits? Call 311 and say public charge

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    The public charge rule does not apply to some categories of immigrants who have applied for certain types of immigration relief like U and T visas, VAWA self-petitions, asylees and refugees, and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. Get answers about exemption categories and find immigration legal help by calling ActionNYC at 1-800-354-0365.
Safe and Sick Leave: It's the Law

Know Your Rights
    If you work PART TIME or FULL TIME at any size business or nonprofit, you have the right to safe and sick leave. Use it for health, or for safety because of domestic violence, unwanted sexual contact, stalking, or human trafficking. Learn more

Due to coronavirus (COVID-19) in NYC, Family Justice Center buildings (FJC) are temporarily closed. We are available by phone with guidance on immediate safety planning, shelter assistance, and community resources. Learn more and reach out

In-person meet and greets, tours, trainings, and workshops are temporarily suspended under further notice.

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