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SAVI - Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program - The Mount Sinai Hospital

Branch: 
Manhattan
Phone Number: 
212-423-2140

Location

newYork City, NY 10029
United States
Services: 
counseling/therapy or support groups
rape/abuse crisis services
Additional Services: 
Services include: individual therapy and support groups for adult survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, or childhood sexual abuse, a specific program (the Takanot Program) to provide culturally sensitive and religiously knowledgeable to Orthodox Jewish sexual assault, abuse or domestic violence survivors, legal advocacy, emergency room advocacy, and more.
Do they offer sliding scale/low-cost/no-cost services?: 
Yes
Can they provide services in more than one language?: 
I don't know
Do they offer free condoms?: 
I don't know
Is this clinic/provider accessible for people with disabilities?: 
I don't know

SAVI services are provided in several locations around New York City. Please contact the agency to learn more.

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