Services for Survivors

Our goal is to help survivors identify their goals and support survivors in identifying their plan for safety.

  • Case Management and Counseling Services
  • Psycho-education about Trauma and Recovery
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Trauma-Informed Individual Therapy (no insurance or fee)
  • Support Groups
Assisting victims reach their goals and navigate systems such as:

  • Housing Assistance and/or Assistance Finding Shelter
  • Emergency Services such as clothing, transportation, or other emergency assistance
  • Personal Development (GED, Training Programs, etc.)
  • Social Services (Public Assistance, HRA, etc.)
  • Criminal Justice Advocacy (Orders of Protection, Legal Assistance, Police, etc.)

Community Education

We work closely with community members, leaders, and service providers (including local NYPD precincts) to educate the community about trauma-informed and victim-centered ways of responding to and supporting survivors. To request more information or schedule a training session email us at edu@northbrooklyncoalition.org

Workshops on topics such as:

  • Domestic Violence Facts and How to Help Victims
  • Sexual Assault Facts and How to Help Victims
  • Elder Abuse Facts and How to Help Victims
  • Healthy Relationships 101
We have a 40-Hour Training Module Series which can be accessed 2 times a year in full, or in 2 hour increments, including:

  • Domestic Violence History, Facts and Basic Concepts of Domestic Violence
  • Intervention Skills for Working with Victims: Client Centered Practice and Trauma-Informed Care
  • Risk Assessment & Safety Planning
  • Abuser Profile & Batterer Intervention Services
  • Child Advocacy Basics
  • Teen Dating Violence  Basics
  • Race, Privilege and Cultural Consciousness
  • Elder Abuse Basics and Advocacy
  • Unique populations – LGBTQ and Immigrant Victims, Prostitution/Trafficking
  • Domestic Violence, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Issues
  • Domestic Violence,  STD, HIV/AIDS
  • Legal Issues Related to Domestic Violence
  • Advocacy, Referrals and Domestic Violence Ethics
  • Self-Care and Vicarious Trauma
We provide local NYPD Precincts with Roll Call Trainings on topics such as:

  • Trauma-informed, victim-centered response
  • Domestic Violence Basics
  • Sexual Assault Basics
  • Elder Abuse Basics

Community Outreach

Raising awareness about issues affecting victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Join us at the following community meetings to ensure survivors and their families interests are represented:

  • 83rd NYPD Precinct – 3rd Tuesday of every month
  • 90th NYPD Precinct – 2nd Wednesday of every month
  • 94th NYPD Precinct – 1st Wednesday of every month
  • Community Board 4 – 3rd Wednesday of every month
  • BMCI/CPP (Bushwick Making Children Important) – 3rd Tuesday of every month