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Formerly known as inMotion, Inc.

On-site partners and services
New York City Family Justice Center, Queens

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Commissioner Yolanda B. Jimenez 
Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence 
“Our City and nonprofit partners at the Queens Family Justice Center will represent the diverse needs of our clients. Domestic violence victims can take comfort in knowing that, regardless of their primary language or immigration status, they will be able to receive the immediate assistance they need to gain safety and services for themselves and their children.” 

   
 

Nonprofit service providers
Barrier Free Living, Inc.
inMotion, Inc.
Jewish Association for Services for the Aged
Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation
Korean American Family Services Center
Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty
Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program
New York Asian Women’s Center
Queens Legal Services Corporation
Safe Horizon
Sanctuary for Families
Urban Justice Center

   
  City and government agencies
The City University of New York
Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence
New York City Department for the Aging
New York City Department of Information, Technology and Telecommunications
New York City Department of Probation
New York City Police Department
Office of the Queens County District Attorney
Domestic Violence Bureau 
   
 

Multi-lingual services available at
the Queens Family Justice Center

  • Prosecution of domestic violence crimes
  • Civil legal consultations and direct representation for Family Court, matrimonial, housing, and immigration matters
  • Assistance filing police and probation reports
  • Court accompaniment
  • Interpretation services
  • On-site child care and children’s activities
  • Safety planning and emergency assistance
  • Shelter and housing assistance
  • Counseling and support groups
  • Services for the elderly and disabled
  • Public benefits assistance
  • Health care assistance
  • Parenting skills training
  • English as a Second Language classes and other self-sufficiency services
  • Voluntary interfaith spiritual support
   
  The New York City Family Justice Center in Queens is an initiative of the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence
   
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