North Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence provides direct representation, advice and consultation, and limited advocacy services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in cases pending in Kings County courts. Our legal practice strives to be both holistic and trauma-informed, allowing survivors to determine their own course of action and reaffirm their autonomy that may have been lost due to the dynamics of domestic violence. We serve survivors in the North Brooklyn geographical area and beyond, and are dedicated to providing competent and cohesive services to low-income and underemployed survivors in the below types of cases.
- Domestic Violence Family Offense Petitions
- Divorce – Contested and Uncontested
- Domestic Violence Immigration Applications
- Custody and Visitation
- Child Support and Spousal Support
- Non-Respondent Party Abuse/Neglect Cases
To schedule an intake with our program please call 718-302.4073.
Capacity Building Through Community Partnerships
One of North Brooklyn Coalition’s primary tools for providing holistic direct legal representation to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault is our collaboration with partners who also engage in providing legal services.
To that end, the Coalition has partnered with the Domestic Violence Project at the Urban Justice Center to increase our impacts and take on more immigration cases, assist with more complex immigration matters, and immerse our staff and our community in training to help navigate an ever-changing and precarious immigration system. With these resources and tools in place, NBCAFV is able to more comprehensively assist survivors in obtaining and securing immigration status and improve access to housing and other assistance.
Want to know more about legal options available to survivors of domestic violence? Check out DVP’s online training portal here!
These training videos (offered in Spanish & English) can help survivors, community members, advocates and bystanders gain knowledge and skills to support Survivors in navigating laws and exercising rights.
Reach out to NBCAFV today if you want more support and information on survivors’ rights or how to support survivors of Domestic Violence.