Domestic Violence Programs in Nassau County
Domestic Harmony Foundation
Partner With Community Chest South Shore
Provides non-residential domestic violence services.
The Domestic Harmony Foundation (DHF) is a community-based, non-profit organization created in response to the social, emotional, and psychological needs of a growing South Asian, Middle Eastern, and Muslim community in Long Island. Although DHF works mainly with Muslim women who are victims of domestic violence, these services are available to individuals irrespective of creed, culture, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. (Taken from website– https://dhfny.org )
The Safe Center of LI
24 Hour HOTLINE
Provides both residential and non-residential domestic violence services
To protect, assist and empower victims of family violence and sexual assault while challenging and changing social systems that tolerate and perpetuate abuse.
. (Taken from website– https://www.safehorizon.org)
24 Hour HOTLINE
Safe Horizon is the nation’s leading victim assistance organization, operating a network of programs across New York City communities and systems. We work with survivors of all forms of violence, including racism, to move from crisis to confidence. (Taken from website– https://www.safehorizon.org)
24-hour care for Long Island’s most vulnerable youth
Nassau Haven is a 12-bed gender-inclusive emergency shelter, providing short-term housing, case management and crisis intervention to runaway and homeless youth in Nassau County. Since 1982, Nassau Haven has served young people ages 10 to 20, helping them address the issues that brought them to seek shelter. (Taken from website-http://fcali.org/programs-and-services/residential-care/nassau-haven-emergency-youth-shelter)
Provides shelter and other support programs
Bethany House provides a safe place for healing and personal growth for women, and women with children, experiencing homelessness. It is built on a foundation of community support to provide a continuum of care, from uncertainty to stability. Through our partnerships, we provide the women in our programs with trama informed services, in-house and community based health services, and case management focused on securing educational and employment growth opportunities and a path to permanent housing and self-sufficiency. We strive for our guests and their children to experience a sense of self-worth and belonging in response to their experience with our dedicated staff and volunteers. (Taken from website– https://www.bhny.org)