Domestic Violence, Rape Crisis and Child Abuse Services

The Advocacy Center (formerly the Task Force For Battered Women/ Child Sexual Abuse Project) has provided support, advocacy and education for survivors of domestic violence since 1977, survivors of child sexual abuse since 1982 and survivors of adult sexual assault since 2003.

The goal of the Advocacy Center is to help reduce the trauma that results from domestic violence, sexual assault and child sexual abuse. We provide services for:

Children and teens who have been sexually abused, sexually harassed or raped
Adults who have been sexually assaulted, raped or harassed
Adult survivors of child sexual abuse
Adults who have been physically, emotionally or sexually abused or stalked by an intimate partner
Teenagers who have experienced dating violence or have been stalked
Family and friends of a youth or adult who has experienced sexual abuse, sexual harassment or rape
Family and friends of adults and teenagers who have experienced domestic violence
Community members and professionals concerned about a youth or adult survivor of sexual abuse or assault
Community members and professionals concerned about a youth or adult who has experienced domestic violence

Our services include:

Crisis intervention
Emotional support
Shelter at our safe house
Support groups and empowerment classes
Going with you to services such as hospital, police, court proceedings or social services
Legal advocacy
Help with orders of protection
Safety planning
Therapy services and referral
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program at Cayuga Medical Center
Assistance applying for NYS Crime Victims Board compensation
Information and referral
Prevention education and lending library

All services are free. Hotline: 607-277-5000

607-277-3202 (office) 607-277-5000 (hotline)

The mission of Bivona Child Advocacy Center is to coordinate and provide services and support to meet the needs of child victims of sexual or physical abuse and their families at a single and safe, child-friendly facility. The Center is committed to reducing trauma, promoting accountability, fostering healing, and advocating on behalf of child victims of sexual and physical abuse.

http://bivonacac.org/
585-935-7800
585-935-7804

Collaboration of Monroe County Health Department and University of Rochester.

Provides year-round training in prevention and management of STDs, HIV, TB and related issues, such as domestic violence and case management.

http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/chbt/
585-753-5382

Chances and Changes is a non-profit domestic violence program and shelter located in Livingston County. We are one of the few shelters in NY State that takes men. Chances and Changes is also well versed in issues of the LGBTQ communities and interpersonal violence. Services include safe housing, court advocacy, 24/7 hotline and counseling.

http://www.chancesandchanges.org
1-888-252-9360
585-658-9414

Contact Person: Monroe County Dept. of Social Services.

24 Hotline for reporting child abuse in Monroe County: 585-461-5690 or 274-6865 (TTY)

585-461-5690 or 274-6865 (TTY)

Our mission is to end domestic and sexual violence in the Deaf community through advocacy, education, and services.

Our vision is to inspire and transform communities to be accountable by creating a culture free of violence.

IGNITE’s main goal is to support the needs of Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence. We also support other members of the Deaf community including Children of Deaf Adults (CODAs) and ASL interpreters.

IGNITE provides:

Advocacy Services
Crisis Intervention
Medical and Hospital Advocacy
Legal Advocacy
Accompaniment: Go with you to the hospital, court, making police contacts, finding shelter
Provide basic items, including shampoo, soap, and other needs

http://deafignite.org
(VideoPhone/Phone) 585-286-2713
(TTY/Fax) 585-232-2854

The Network/La Red was formed to address battering in lesbian, bisexual women’s, and transgender communities. Through a) the formation of a community-based multi-cultural organization in which battered/formerly battered lesbians, bisexual women, and transgender folks hold leadership roles; b) community organizing, education, and the provision of support services; and c) coalition-building with other movements for social change and social justice, we seek to create a culture in which domination, coercion, and control are no longer accepted and operative social norms.

Hotline 617-742-4911

TTY 617-227-4911

Hotline Hrs:

Mon-Fri 9am-midnight

Sat 1pm-6pm

Sun 1pm-midnight

http://www.thenetworklared.org/
617-742-4911

24 Hour Domestic & Sexual Violence Hotline

English: 1-800-942-6906 English TTY: 1-800-818-0656

Spanish: 1-800-942-6908 Spanish TTY: 1-800-780-7660

The New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Coalition) is a not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to eradicate domestic violence and to ensure the provision of effective and appropriate services to victims of domestic violence through community outreach, education, training, technical assistance and policy development. The Coalition’s principles and practices prioritize the safety and concerns of women who are abused, provide support and encouragement for the participation of women who are abused in the struggle to eradicate personal and institutional violence against them, and provide for a non-competitive atmosphere that fosters open communication, respect, and cooperation among advocates and women who are abused.

http://www.nyscadv.org/
518-482-5465
518-482-3807

Hotline: 800-656-4673

The Rape Crisis Service of PPRSR provides crisis intervention and support services to women, children, and men who are victims of sexual assault and their significant others.

Trained counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide information and support enabling the client to make informed choices concerning medical, legal and counseling needs while offering advocacy and information about victim’s rights.

Counselors also offer short-term counseling sessions and legal and medical accompaniment. Services are free and confidential!

Our regional Rape Crisis program currently serves four counties: Monroe, Orleans, Genesee and Livingston.

Services in these counties include:

Crisis intervention for sexual assault survivors and their significant others

Short-term counseling (six to eight sessions)

Support through medical examinations and treatment

Advocacy and support during interaction with law enforcement

Court accompaniment

Individual consultations with professionals

Community education programs

Professional training programs

Referrals for additional needed services

If you or someone you know needs help dealing with the aftermath of a sexual assault, please call our 24-hour hotlines at:

Monroe County: 546-2777

Orleans, Genesee,

Livingston, Wyoming Counties: 1-800-527-1757

All Other Counties: 1-800-656-4673

http://www.pprsr.org/rapecrisis/
800-656-4673 or 585-546-2777

Rape and Sexual Assault Crisis Services, 24 hour hotline for Monroe County: 585-546-2777

Hotline: Outside Monroe: 1-800-527-1757

585-546-2777