Services are available to all victims and their family and friends. Victims of Violence services are here to help, no matter when the assault occurred or whether you wish to report it to the police. We serve victims regardless of sex, age, race, ethnic background, income level, disability, or sexual orientation.
24 Hour Hotline
Offer non-judgmental support, provides information about domestic violence and sexual assault, and are a source of referrals.
Madison and Chenango Counties: 1-855-9NOWSAFE/1-855-966-9723
** Collect Calls Accepted **
Emergency Housing Assistance for Survivors
For victims of domestic violence (physical, emotional and sexual) or rape/sexual assault who need immediate safety. Accessible through the 24 hour hotline @1- 855-9-NOWSAFE/1-855-966-9723 (Madison and Chenango Counties).
Approved Rape Crisis Provider for Chenango County
Specific services are available to survivors of sexual assault by contacting the hotline.
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Project
Coming soon to Chenango County, the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program provides sexual assault or abuse victims with critical medical and trauma care. An announcement will be made to the community when service expands to Chenango County area.
Support, Accompaniment and Advocacy with Legal/Medical proceedings
Advocates will meet rape/sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking victims at area hospitals or police agencies to provide crisis intervention and systems’ assistance. Information for domestic violence and rape/sexual assault victims regarding basic legal information, victims’ rights and referrals for legal advice. Assistance with writing Orders of Protection, Child Custody, and other petitions for Family Court on an emergency and non-emergency basis.
Community Education and Professional Training
Liberty Resources' Help Recover Hope Center offers training and presentations to community groups, schools, professionals and others on a wide variety of related issues, including: Talking about Touching Program (for elementary students), healthy relationships, Domestic Violence 101, Intimate Partner Violence and Pregnancy, and other topics. To request a training or presentation, please contact the Madison County Help Recover Hope office @ (315) 363-0048.
NYS Crime Victims Assistance Provider