24-hour Intimate Partner Violence Hotlines

New York City Domestic Violence Hotline
800-621-4673  (voice);  866-604-5350 (TTY)
24-Hour Hotline confidential hotline provide one-on-one support including: crisis counseling, safety planning, assistance with finding shelter and information about resources.  Assistance offered in any language.

New York State Domestic Violence Hotline
English: 800-942-6906 (voice), 800-818-0656 (TTY)                                                
24-hour confidential domestic violence hotline for crisis help, safety planning, emotional support,  and help finding resources in your area including safe shelter, advocacy, counseling, and legal assistance with multi-language accessibility.  

National Domestic Violence Deaf Hotline                                                                        
800-787-3224 (TTY)                                                                                                       
Video Phone at 1-855-812-1001-Monday to Friday 9AM—5PM PST                                     
The Hotline connects Deaf survivors to advocates that are available to respond through email, instant messenger, and video phone to those callers seeking help

Violence Intervention Program
Website:Violence Intervention Program, Inc.:
Bi-lingual English/Spanish hotline, 24-hours a day/7 days a week including holidays. Counselors can help you access counseling, housing, legal, financial, immigration, health employment and other domestic violence related support.  

Multi-language hotline, speak to staff in up to 11 languages and dialects. Get general questions about domestic violence, New York Asian Women's Center services and receive referrals to other organizations and agencies when appropriate.

24-hour LGBTQIA+ sexual violence hotlines, crisis and online support

Anti-violence Project 24 Hour English/Spanish Hotline

AVP operates a free, confidential bilingual 24 hour, 365-day-a-year crisis intervention hotline that is staffed by volunteers and professional counselors/advocates to offer support to LGBTQ & HIV affected victims and survivors of any type of violence.  Callers receive immediate crisis counseling and on-going short or long term counseling, including other supportive services such as police, court, social services advocacy and accompaniment.  

The Trevor Project
866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386)   
The Trevor Project is a national hotline for LGBT and questioning youth.  

Trans Lifeline
This line is primarily for transgender people experiencing a crisis. This includes people who may be struggling with their gender identity and are not sure that they are transgender. Their goal is to prevent self-harm and welcome the call of any transgender person in need.  The Trans lifeline will do their best to connect you to services. If you are not sure whether you should call or not, then please call.

The GLBT National Help Center NYC local hotline
212-989-0999 (Monday - Friday, 4pm-midnight, Satursday 12pm-5pm

The GLBT National Help Center directly operates a local hotline in New York City providing peer-support as well as information and local resources.

It Gets Better Project
Mission is to communicate to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth around the world that it gets better, and to create and inspire the changes needed to make it better for them.

NYC LGBTQIA+ Directory  

Comprehensive guide of LGBTQ resources and services

LGBTQIA+ Emergency Housing 

Ali Forney Day Center
(212) 206-0574
321 W 125th St 10027

Drop-in, shelter, food, support groups/counseling, medical services for homeless youth 16-24. Hours: 10am-6pm. 

Covenant House
(212) 613-0300 
460 W 41st St 10036

Emergency shelter, crisis care, counseling, clothing for youth 16-24. 24/7.

Marsha’s House

DHS Shelter in the Bronx for LGBTQ people under 30. Must go to DHS intake shelter first to receive CARES ID# and then transfer. Contact Kellie Rivera, Director of Social Services  or (212) 913-9993 x254

Streetwork Project Drop-In
Harlem: (212) 695-2220
209 W 125th St 10027
Lower East Side: (646) 602-6404
33 Essex St 10002

Meals, showers, clothing, access to medical/mental health care, legal assistance, HIV testing/education, obtaining identification/benefits, links to shelter, housing advocacy. Tues, Thurs & Fri: 3-7

Sylvia’s Place
(212) 629-7440

Metropolitan Community Church
446 W 36th St 10018
Drop-in services Mon-Sat 5-9 p.m. Emergency shelter for youth under 24. Referral required.

Trinity Place Shelter
(646) 580-7045 
164 W 100th St 10025

Transitional housing shelter for youth 18-24. Must be referred by social worker or case manager. No drop-in. Contact for referrals.

LGBTQ+ Borough Centers 

Provides services and support to the borough's LGBT+ residents through programming, partnerships and positive, life-affirming activities.  

Audre Lorde Project: Brooklyn  

85 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Audre Lorde Project: Manhattan
212-463-0342, 212-463-0344
147 W 24 St, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10011

Brooklyn Community Pride Center

4 MetroTechBrooklyn, NY 11201

Rainbow Heights Club

5 Flatbush Ave. 4th Floor Brooklyn, NY 11217 

Queens Pride House

76-11 37th Ave, Suite 206Jackson Heights, NY 11372

Staten Island LGBT Center

25 Victory Blvd, 3rd FloorStaten Island, NY 10301

Intimate Partner/Dating/Domestic Violence

NYC Family Justice Center
The New York City Family Justice Centers provide FREE criminal justice, civil legal, and social services all in one location for victims of domestic violence, elder abuse, and sex trafficking.  Individuals can meet with a prosecutor, speak with a trained counselor, apply for housing and financial assistance in just one place. Children ages 3 and up can play in a children’s room while their parents receive services.

Click here for locations.  Each Center is open Monday through Friday, from 9am- 5pm, walk-in during these hours – you do not need to make an appointment.

Day One
Main Line: 212-566-8120
Legal Helpine: 800-214-4150 
An organization that helps young people (under age 24) recognize the signs of abusive relationships, so that they can make healthier choices from day one of dating. Day One provides free legal, individual An organization that helps young people recognize the signs of abusive relationships, so that they can make healthier choices from day one of dating. They provide free, bilingual (English/Spanish) services including: individual counseling, group counseling sessions, LGBTQ survivors support group, case management for clients in need of housing, shelter, public benefits, accompaniment to policy precints to file criminal reports and advocacy.

Sanctuary For Families 
Sanctuary for Families provides domestic violence victims and their children with shelter/housing assistance, counseling, advocacy, referrals, support groups and legal services.  Services are available in English, Spanish, French and other languages. 

1-888-888-7702 (24 hour hotline)

The New York Asian Women’s Center helps women and their children overcome domestic violence and other forms of abuse by empowering them to govern their own lives.  The Center provides a safe haven through multi-lingual support programs and shelter services. 

Sakhi for South Asian Women
212-868-6741 (Helpline)
212-714-9153 (Office number)

Sakhi for South Asian Women provides trauma informed, culturally and linguistically appropriate supportive services, including crisis intervention, access to mental health and health care providers, and ongoing emotional support to nurture the healing process of survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. Services include trauma informed care, referrals to legal consultations and representations, referrals to short and long term counseling, crisis intervention, safety planning, emotional support, accompaniments, and access to medical care.

Barrier Free Living, Inc. 
(212) 533-4358 (voice/TTY hotline)

Barrier Free Living provides services to disabled domestic violence victims, including advocacy, individual counseling, support groups, skills training, shelter referrals and help in obtaining orders of protection.  Services are available citywide in English, Spanish, Creole, and American Sign Language.