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New York State Child Victims Act
Did You Know?
    The Child Victims Act allows New Yorkers who were sexually abused as children to file civil cases against their abusers and the institutions that enabled them for up to one year. ENDGBV is proud to stand with survivors as they rightfully pursue justice. Legal assistance is available at all five of our Family Justice Centers, and you can find even more legal resources by searching through the NYC HOPE Resource Directory.
Commissioner Noel at podium

    ENDGBV opens the Learning Lab, a state-of-the-art training space for economic empowerment programs for survivors of domestic and gender-based violence. Learn more

ENDGBV Commissioner Cecile Noel speaking at a rally on the steps of City Hall
Get Help, 24/7

    ENDGBV Commissioner Cecile Noel and the City of New York stands with survivors of domestic and gender-based violence. We believe you.

    Help is available, 24/7. Find resources on the City's NYC HOPE Resources Directory at nyc.gov/NYCHOPE

FLONYC announcing the Mayor's Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence

    First Lady Chirlane McCray announces the launch of the Mayor's Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence. Executive Order 36 enhances the City's strategic response to domestic and gender-based violence, which includes IPV, family violence, elder abuse, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking. Read the press release.

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Conference News

    ENDGBV organized a roundtable for Human Trafficking Awareness month in January centered around public health law that mandates medical entities to implement policies and training for identification and response to human trafficking in NYS. Read the summary report