Crime Victim Assistance Grants

TOP Crime Victim Assistance Grants
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Statewide

  • New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision: $233,747 for the Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) program, which notifies crime victims when offenders are released from jail or prison.
  • New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs: $165,147 to assist crime victims with special needs.
  • New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence: $41,972 to assist domestic violence victims.
  • The New York State Police: $664,508 to fund crime victims’ advocates in eight troops to assist all crime victims.
  • New York State Sheriffs’ Association Institute: $363,730 for the VINE program.

 

New York City (Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens and Richmond counties)

  • Arab-American Family Support Center: $62,998 to assist victims of domestic violence in Brooklyn.
  • Barrier Free Living: $82,592 to assist domestic violence victims in Manhattan.
  • Beth Israel Medical Center: $148,969 to assist all crime victims in New York County.
  • The Bronx County District Attorney’s Office: $269,787 to serve all crime victims.
  • Bronx Independent Living Services: $97,402 to assist all crime victims.
  • BronxWorks: $56,560 to assist all crime victims.
  • Brooklyn Chinese American Association: $63,926 to assist all crime victims.
  • CAMBA (Church Avenue Merchants Block Association): $179,863 to assist all crime victims.
  • Center for the Elimination of Violence in the Family: $119,664 to serve domestic violence victims in Brooklyn.
  • Children’s Aid Society: two grants totaling $246,197 to provide services to domestic violence victims in Manhattan and the Bronx and young black and Hispanic men in the Bronx who are crime victims.
  • Community Agency for Senior Citizens: $263,882 to assist all crime victims on Staten Island.
  • CONNECT: $56,891 to serve victims of domestic violence in Manhattan.
  • Crime Victims Support Services of the North Bronx: $185,020 to assist any crime victim.
  • Crown Heights Jewish Community Council: $124,067 to assist all crime victims.
  • Day One New York: $83,504 to serve victims of domestic violence in Manhattan.
  • Dominican Women’s Development Center: $228,172 to serve victims of domestic violence in Manhattan.
  • The East Harlem Neighborhood Based Alliance Corporation: $75,996 to assist all crime victims.
  • Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families: $141,974 to serve domestic violence victims in Manhattan.
  • Fund for the City of New York: one grants totaling $161,064 to assist domestic violence victims in Kings County.
  • Good Shepherd Services: $144,977 to serve domestic violence victims in Brooklyn.
  • Greenwich House: two grants totaling $82,299 to serve victims of domestic violence and child abuse in Manhattan.
  • HANAC: $54,060 to assist all crime victims in Queens County.
  • HELP Social Services Corporation: $151,435 to serve domestic violence victims in Brooklyn.
  • Icahn School of Medicine of Mount Sinai Hospital: two grants totaling $598,769 to serve domestic violence victims in Manhattan and sexual assault victims in Manhattan and Queens County.
  • Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly: $116,056 to assist all crime victims in the Bronx and Manhattan.
  • Jamaica Service Program for Older Adults: $160,424 to assist all crime victims in Queens County.
  • Kings County District Attorney’s Office: $442,360 to assist all crime victims.
  • Kingsbridge Heights Community Center: $252,716 to assist victims of sexual assault in the Bronx.
  • Korean American Family Service Center: $93,500 to serve domestic violence victims in Queens County.
  • Legal Services of New York City: $120,379 to serve domestic violence victims on Staten Island.
  • Legal Services of New York City/Bronx: $48,020 to assist all crime victims.
  • Mount Sinai Hospital: three grants totaling $383,154 to assist victims of sexual assault, child abuse, and all other types of crime in Manhattan.
  • Neighborhood Self Help by Older Persons Project: $71,885 to assist all crime victims.
  • New York Asian Women’s Center: two grants totaling $682,026 to assist victims of sexual assault and domestic violence in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
  • New York Center for Children: $65,876 to assist child abuse victims in Manhattan.
  • New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault: $54,819 to assist sexual assault victims in Manhattan.
  • New York City Department for the Aging: $315,397 to assist all crime victims in Manhattan.
  • New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-violence Project: three grants totaling $287,148 to assist victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes in Manhattan.
  • New York City Health and Hospital Corporation: six grants totaling about $1.07 million to Bellevue Hospital Center, Harlem Hospital Center and Metropolitan Hospital Center to assist all crime victims in Manhattan; Jacobi Medical Center to assist child abuse victims in the Bronx; and Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center and North Central Bronx Hospital to assist all crime victims in the Bronx.
  • New York County District Attorney’s Office: $289,371 to assist all crime victims.
  • New York Legal Assistance Group: $115,600 to assist domestic violence victims in Manhattan.
  • New York-Presbyterian Hospital Domestic and Other Violence Emergencies (DOVE) Program: $316,635 to assist all crime victims in Manhattan.
  • New York-Presbyterian Hospital Family Peace Project: $170,758 to assist child abuse victims in Manhattan.
  • New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Violence Intervention Program: $164,761 to serve all crime victims in Manhattan.
  • North Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence: $124,088 to assist domestic violence victims in Brooklyn.
  • Queens County District Attorney’s Office: $332,435 to assist all crime victims.
  • Queens Legal Services Corporation: $60,761 to assist all crime victims.
  • Richmond County District Attorney’s Office: $20,743 to assist all crime victims.
  • St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center: $472,550 to assist all crime victims.
  • Safe Horizon: seven grants totaling $3.56 million to assist all crime victims, in addition to specialized services for victims of child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence in the five boroughs of New York City.
  • Sanctuary for Families: $291,717 to assist domestic violence victims in Manhattan.
  • Urban Justice Center: two grants totaling $230,256 to assist all crime victims in Manhattan.
  • Vera Institute of Justice: $80,048 to assist young black and Hispanic men in Brooklyn who are crime victims.
  • Violence Intervention Program: $712,213 to assist domestic violence victims in the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens.

 

Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk counties)

  • Brighter Tomorrows: $64,331 to assist all crime victims in Suffolk County.
  • EAC (Education and Assistance Agency): $105,523 to serve victims of child abuse in Suffolk County.
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving: $108,776 to assist victims of drunk driving in Suffolk County, as well as Albany and Oswego counties.
  • Nassau County’s Crime Victims Project: $129,990 to assist all crime victims.
  • Parents For Megan’s Law: three grants totaling $181,769 to provide services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other types of crime in Suffolk County.
  • Retreat: $135,393 to assist all domestic violence victims in Suffolk County.
  • Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office: $125,254 to assist all crime victims.
  • The Safe Center LI: three grants totaling $459,346 to serve victims of domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault in Nassau County.
  • Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk: three grants totaling $572,931 to serve victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes.

 

Mid-Hudson Region (Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster and Westchester counties)

  • Catskill Regional Medical Center: $43,280 to assist victims of sexual assault in Sullivan County.
  • Center for Safety and Change: two grants totaling $590,346 to assist all crime victims and child abuse victims in Rockland County.
  • Empire Justice Center: $47,255 to assist all crime victims in Westchester County.
  • Family Services: $276,508 to serve all crime victims in Dutchess County.
  • Grace Smith House: $34,082 to serve domestic violence victims in Dutchess County.
  • Hopes Door: $381,365 to serve domestic violence victims in Westchester County.
  • Mental Health Association in Orange County: $28,254 to assist victims of sexual assault.
  • My Sisters Place: $344,593 to assist domestic violence victims in Westchester County.
  • Orange County Probation Department: $287,099 to assist all crime victims.
  • Orange County Safe Homes Project: $114,186 to assist domestic violence victims.
  • Putnam County Department of Social Services: $109,384 to assist child abuse victims.
  • Putnam/Northern Westchester Women’s Resource Center: two grants totaling $313,537 to assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Putnam County.
  • Ulster County Probation Department: $367,830 to assist all crime victims.
  • Westchester Community Opportunity Program: $669,685 to assist all crime victims.
  • Westchester County District Attorney’s Office: $208,865 to assist all crime victims.
  • Westchester Institute for Human Development: $36,899 to assist child abuse victims.

 

Capital Region (Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Warren and Washington counties)

  • Adirondack Health Institute: $234,915 to assist sexual assault victims in Washington County.
  • Albany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center: $348,880 to assist all crime victims.
  • Catholic Charities of Saratoga, Warren, and Washington Counties: $143,794 to serve domestic violence victims in Warren County.
  • Community Action of Greene County: two grants totaling $166,676 to help all crime victims and victims of domestic violence in Columbia and Greene counties.
  • Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services of Saratoga County: $212,635 to serve victims of domestic violence.
  • Equinox: $339,019 to serve domestic violence victims in Albany County.
  • In Our Own Voices: $49,648 to assist all crime victims in Albany County.
  • Mechanicville Area Community Services Center: $28,978 to serve domestic violence victims in Saratoga County.
  • Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties: two grants totaling $260,369 to serve victims of child abuse and sexual assault.
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving: $108,776 to assist victims of drunk driving in Albany County, as well as Oswego and Suffolk counties.
  • Northeast Health Foundation: $434,665 to assist all crime victims in Rensselaer County.
  • Planned Parenthood Mohawk Hudson: $256,268 to assist all crime victims in Fulton, Montgomery, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Washington and Warren counties.
  • Rensselaer County District Attorney’s Office: $165,809 to assist all crime victims.
  • The Saratoga Center for the Family: $94,081 to assist child abuse victims in Saratoga County.
  • Schenectady County District Attorney’s Office: $167,484 to assist all crime victims.
  • START Children’s Center: $194,765 to assist child abuse victims in Rensselaer County.
  • Unity House of Troy: $157,956 to assist domestic violence victims in Rensselaer County.
  • Warren County District Attorney’s Office: $121,904 to assist all crime victims.
  • Washington County District Attorney’s Office: $105,114 to assist all crime victims.
  • The YWCA of Northeastern New York in Schenectady: $227,746 to serve domestic violence victims.

 

North Country (Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties)

  • Behavioral Health Services North: $281,347 to assist domestic violence victims in Clinton County.
  • Lewis County Opportunities: $47,065 to assist all crime victims.
  • Planned Parenthood of North Country New York: $170,824 to assist sexual assault victims in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties.
  • St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House for Victims of Family Violence: two grants totaling $279,646 to assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • St. Regis Mohawk Tribe: $53,290 to assist Native Americans who are victims of crime.
  • Victims Assistance Center of Jefferson County: $450,635 to assist all crime victims.

 

Mohawk Valley (Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego and Schoharie)

  • Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany: $56,596 to serve domestic violence victims in Herkimer County.
  • Catholic Charities of Fulton and Montgomery Counties: two grants totaling $201,523 to serve victims of domestic violence and other crimes in Montgomery County.
  • Catholic Charities of Schoharie County: $32,688 to serve domestic violence victims in Schoharie County.
  • Family Counseling Center of Fulton County: $39,826 to serve domestic violence victims.
  • Fulton County District Attorney’s Office: $73,015 to assist all crime victims.
  • Herkimer County District Attorney’s Office: $44,954 to assist all crime victims.
  • Opportunities for Otsego: $143,884 to assist all crime victims.
  • The YWCA of the Mohawk Valley: two grants totaling $403,356 to serve victims of domestic violence in Oneida County and sexual assault victims in Oneida and Herkimer counties.

 

Central New York (Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga and Oswego counties)

  • Cayuga Counseling Services: $110,749 to assist victims of sexual assault in Cayuga County.
  • Cayuga County District Attorney’s Office: $29,144 to help all crime victims.
  • Cayuga Seneca Community Action: $31,286 to serve domestic violence victims.
  • Liberty Resources: $173,528 to serve all crime victims in Madison County.
  • McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center: $57,778 to serve victims of child abuse in Onondaga County.
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving: $108,776 to assist victims of drunk driving in Oswego County, as well as Albany and Suffolk counties.
  • Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office: $101,823 to assist all crime victims.
  • Oswego County Opportunities: two grants totaling $198,975 to assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Vera House: two grants totaling $333,372 to assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Onondaga County.
  • The YWCA of Cortland: $87,060 to assist all crime victims.

 

Southern Tier (Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga and Tompkins counties)

  • Advocacy Center of Tompkins County: three grants totaling $289,855 to assist victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse in Tompkins County.
  • A New Hope Center: $342,046 to help all crime victims in Tioga County.
  • Catholic Charities of Chenango County: $46,224 to assist victims of domestic violence.
  • Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rochester: $64,487 to serve domestic violence victims in Schuyler County.
  • Crime Victims Assistance Center: two grants totaling $324,270 to assist victims of sexual assault and other crimes in Broome County.
  • Delaware Opportunities: two grants totaling $141,919 to provide services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Delaware County.
  • Elmira Police Department: $72,166 to assist all crime victims.
  • Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes: $117,706 to assist sexual assault victims in Chemung, Schuyler and Steuben counties.
  • Schuyler County District Attorney’s Office: $44,555 to assist all crime victims.
  • SOS Shelter: $158,915 to assist domestic violence victims in Broome County.
  • Steuben Church People Against Poverty: $101,984 to assist all crime victims in Steuben County.
  • The Salvation Army: $35,585 to assist domestic violence victims in Chemung County.

 

Finger Lakes (Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates counties)

  • Alternatives for Battered Women: $138,602 to assist domestic violence victims in Monroe County.
  • Bivona Child Advocacy Center: $64,330 to assist child abuse victims in Monroe County.
  • Chances and Changes: two grants totaling $118,632 to serve victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Livingston County.
  • Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes: two grants totaling $136,755 to assist all crime victims in Ontario, Wayne, Seneca and Yates counties and domestic violence victims in Ontario County.
  • Genesee County Sheriff’s Office: two grants totaling $163,761 to serve victims of child abuse and other crimes.
  • Legal Aid Society of Rochester: $91,205 to help domestic violence victims in Monroe County.
  • Lifespan of Greater Rochester: $14,740 to help all crime victims in Monroe County.
  • Livingston County District Attorney’s Office: $45,322 to assist all crime victims.
  • Monroe County District Attorney’s Office: $138,910 to assist all crime victims.
  • Monroe County Sheriff’s Office: $171,636 to assist all crime victims.
  • Ontario County District Attorney’s Office: $147,499 to assist all crime victims.
  • Orleans County District Attorney’s Office: $62,676 to assist all crime victims.
  • Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York: $317,390 to assist sexual assault victims in Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Orleans and Wyoming counties.
  • Rochester Police Department: $234,649 to assist all crime victims.
  • Rochester Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children: two grants totaling $219,160 to serve victims of child abuse and domestic violence in Monroe County.
  • Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes: four grants totaling $289,105 to assist victims of domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault in Yates and Ontario County and all crime victims in Yates County.
  • Seneca County Mental Health Department: $58,198 to assist all crime victims.
  • Victim Resource Center of the Finger Lakes: two grants totaling $119,473 to assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Wayne County.
  • Wayne County District Attorney’s Office: $42,496 to assist all crime victims.
  • Wyoming County District Attorney’s Office: two grants totaling $80,786 to assist victims of domestic violence and other crimes.

 

Western New York (Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara counties)

  • Cattaraugus Community Action: four grants totaling $426,953 to assist all crime victims, with a specific program to assist Native Americans and specialized services for sexual assault and domestic violence victims.
  • Chautauqua County District Attorney’s Office: $120,064 to help all crime victims.
  • Chautauqua County Child Advocacy Program: $128,444 to assist child abuse victims.
  • Child and Adolescent Treatment Services: $170,843 to assist child abuse victims in Erie County.
  • Child and Family Services of Erie County: $82,713 to serve victims of domestic violence.
  • Erie County District Attorney’s Office: $382,500 to assist all crime victims.
  • Erie County Probation Department: $51,581 to assist all crime victims.
  • International Institute of Buffalo: two grants totaling $117,506 to serve victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Erie County.
  • Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center: $169,408 to assist child abuse victims in Niagara County.
  • Niagara County Sheriff’s Office: $216,777 to assist all crime victims.
  • Northwest Buffalo Community Center: $149,075 to assist all crime victims.
  • Polish Community Center of Buffalo: $199,764 to assist all crime victims.
  • Southern Tier Health Care System: $139,873 to help fund the Southern Tier Child Advocacy Center, which serves victims of child abuse in Allegany and Cattaraugus counties.
  • Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services: two grants totaling $120,903 to assist victims of sexual assault and other crimes in Erie County.
  • The Salvation Army: two grants totaling $168,159 to assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Chautauqua County.
  • The YWCA of Niagara: two grants totaling $148,383 to serve victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.