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    In New York City, we believe survivors. We stand with survivors. And we support survivors along their healing journeys.

    To survivors of domestic and gender-based violence, including human trafficking, please know that help and resources are available. Reach out when you are ready, and when it is safe. Read Commissioner Noel's full statement of support

ENDGBV Commissioner Cecile Noel speaking at a rally on the steps of City Hall
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    ENDGBV Commissioner Cecile Noel and the City of New York stands with survivors of sexual assault. We believe you.

    Help is available. Access resources on the City's NYC HOPE Resources Portal

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.

Safety. Accountability. Support: Exploring Restorative Approaches to Intimate Partner Violence | Summary Report

    The NYC Domestic Violence Task Force organized a conference to explore and understand how restorative practices can be used to promote safety for victims of intimate partner violence, and accountability for people who have harmed them. Read the summary report
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    Get free, confidential domestic violence resources and support—regardless of your age, sexual orientation, gender identity, immigration status, income, or the language you speak. Get help, 24/7. Visit nyc.gov/NYCHOPE