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New York

for new york city and surrounding areas:

Child abuse hotline 800 342-3720
Incest hotline 212 227-3000
YOUTHLINE--Where kids can talk safely about anything that is bothering them. 800 246-4646
HRA Infoline--for general questions about children's welfare 718 291-1900
Rape and Sexual Abuse Hotline 212 267-7273 212 267-RAPE
NOTE: many of these are domestic violence programs and not necessarily for child abuse or rape. however many of them deal with those issues as well, and i'm sure that they would be able to direct you to a more specialized group if you need it.

New York State domestic violence programs
by county


Albany
Equinox Domestic Violence Program (518) 432-7865
Homeless and Travelers Aid Society of the Capital District (518) 463-2124

Allegany
Accord Family Violence Task Force (800) 593-5322

Broome
SOS Shelter, Inc. (607) 754-4340

Cattaraugus
Cattaraugus Community Action Domestic Violence Program (888) 945-3970 Toll-free

Cayuga
Domestic Violence Intervention Program (800) 253-3358

Chautauqua
Salvation Army Domestic Violence/Rape Crisis Program (800) 252-8748

Chemung
Salvation Army Safehouse (607) 732-1979

Chenango
Catholic Charities Domestic Violence Program (607) 336-1101

Clinton
STOP Domestic Violence (518) 563-6904

Columbia
Columbia-Greene Domestic Violence Program (518) 943-9211

Cortland
YWCA's Aid to Women Victims of Violence (800) 336-9622

Delaware
Delaware Opportunities/Safe Against Violence (607) 746-6278

Dutchess
Grace Smith House (845) 471-3033
YWCA of Dutchess County
Battered Women's Services (845) 485-5550

Erie
Haven House (716) 884-6000
Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled (716) 877-1111
Hispanos Unidos de Buffalo (716) 856-7110 or (716) 481-8867

Essex
STOP Domestic Violence/CCMHA (888) 563-6904 Toll-free

Franklin
ComLinks (800) 834-9474

Fulton
Family Violence Project of the
Family Counseling Center of Fulton County (518) 725-5300

Genesee
YWCA Domestic Violence Project (716) 343-7513

Greene
Columbia-Greene Domestic Violence Program (518) 943-9211

Hamilton
Hamilton County Department of Social Services
Domestic Violence Program (800) 721-8534

Herkimer
Domestic Violence Program of Herkimer County (315) 866-0458

Jefferson
Jefferson County Women's Center (315) 782-1855

Lewis
Lewis County Opportunities Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis (315) 376-4357

Livingston
Chances & Changes (888) 252-9360 Toll-free

Madison
Victims of Violence (315) 366-5000

Monroe
Alternatives for Battered Women (716) 232-7353

Montgomery
Catholic Charities of Montgomery County (800) 721-2173 or (518) 842-3384

Nassau
Nassau County Coalition Against Domestic Violence (516) 542-0404
Circulo de la Hispanidad (516) 889-3869, after 5:00 p.m. (516) 889-2849

Niagara
YWCA of Niagara Alternatives to Domestic Violence Program (716) 433-6716
Passages Program Family & Children's Service (716) 285-6984
YWCA of the Tonawandas Domestic Violence Program (716) 692-5643

Oneida
YWCA Rape Crisis and Domestic Violence Services (315) 797-7740

Onondaga
Vera House (315) 468-3260

Ontario
Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes (877) 298-9468

Orange
Orange County Safe Homes Project (888) 503-4673

Orleans
County Department of Social Services/Domestic Violence Program
Monday-Friday 9-5 (716) 589-3154

Rural Opportunities, Inc.
Monday-Friday 9-5 (716) 798-5072
After hours, weekends and holidays (716) 589-5527

Oswego
Services to Aid Families (315) 342-1600

Otsego
Violence Intervention Program (607) 432-4855

Putnam
Putnam-Northern Westchester Women's Resource Center (845) 628-2166

Rensselaer
Unity House Families in Crisis Program (518) 272-2370

Rockland
Rockland Family Shelter (845) 634-3344

Saratoga
Domestic Violence Services (518) 584-8188
Mechanicville Area Community Services Center/Domestic Violence Advocacy Program
(518) 664-4008

Schenectady
YWCA of Schenectady Services to Families in Violence (518) 374-3386

Schoharie
Family and Community Services of Schoharie County
Safe Haven Domestic Violence Program (518) 234-2231

Schuyler
NYS Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 942-6906

Seneca
Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes (800) 695-0390

St. Lawrence
St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House (315) 265-2422

Steuben
The Net Domestic Abuse Program (800) 286-3407

Suffolk --See also Suffolk County Executive's Task Force on Family Violence
Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence (631) 666-8833
Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk (631) 360-3606
The Retreat (631) 329-2200
Brighter Tomorrows (631) 395-1800

Sullivan
Safe Passage Domestic Violence Program (845) 292-5700

Tioga
A New Hope Center (800) 696-7600 or (607) 687-6866

Tompkins
Tompkins County Task Force for Battered Women (607) 277-5000

Ulster
Family Domestic Violence Services (845) 338-2370

Warren & Washington
Domestic Violence Project of Catholic Charities (518) 793-9496

Wayne
Victim Resource Center (800) 456-1172

Westchester
My Sister's Place (800) 298-SAFE (7233)
Northern Westchester Shelter (888) 438-8700 Toll-free

Wyoming
Wyoming County Victim Services (800) 786-3300

Yates
Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes (800) 695-0390
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North Carolina

North Carolina (Triangle area)

Suicide Prevention: 919-231-4525

Sexual Assault/Rape Crisis Line: 919-828-3005

Drug Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

Hopeline Crisis Line
24 Hour Talkline: 919-231-4525
Teen Talkline: 919-231-3626
Phone Friend: 919-231-3939
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