Domestic & Intimate Partner Violence

To support individuals confronting domestic and intimate partner violence, Seamen’s Society is dedicated to creating safe spaces that are focused on you – your needs, your concerns, and your feelings.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

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Domestic & Intimate Partner Violence Services

To support individuals confronting domestic and intimate partner violence, Seamen’s Society is dedicated to creating safe spaces that are focused on you – your needs, your concerns, and your feelings. We do this through our Safe Passage program.

What is Safe Passage?

Safe Passage is a non-residential domestic/intimate partner violence intervention program on Staten Island. Our services include:

  • Crisis intervention
  • Counseling
  • Advocacy
  • Immigration support services
  • Additional support, education, and empowerment groups 

 

For almost 25 years, these programs have enabled us to work closely with adult and child/teen survivors to increase their independence and empower them to make healthier choices for their future. In addition, Safe Passage is an important integration with Seamen’s Society Family Support Services.

Why do we call this program Safe Passage? Because from the time we first speak, to when we meet virtually or in person, our goal is to provide a Safe Passage to personal security, safety, and empowerment. 

Our services are structured to help survivors regain control.

For immediate support, contact our Help Line at 718-447-7740 x4792 (mobile: 718-567-6292)
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For information about our services and support groups, please email your name and phone number to safepassage@seamenssociety.org

Frequently Asked Questions about Safe Passage

No. All Safe Passage programs are provided at no cost.

Yes. Programs are offered in both English and Spanish. We also have translation services available for other languages.

Yes, Safe Passage offers individual counseling services. These services help clients understand intimate partner/domestic violence dynamics through education, exploration, and providing options.

Yes, we offer a variety of community-building groups in both English and Spanish. They all focus on empowering the individual. These groups are open to anyone in the community who feels that this support would be helpful or informative.

  • Our groups and workshops have included:
  • Teen Dating Violence Awareness
  • Financial Literacy/Economic Empowerment
  • Health and Wellness
  • Parenting Skills
  • Crafting Circles

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