Empower Together Program
Counseling and Case Management
The purpose of the Empower Together Counseling and Case Management program is to provide quality, compassionate care to individuals who have been a victim of a broad range of crimes, to work to restore hope and a sense of security often lost after experiencing a crime.
We aim to respond to the emotional and practical needs of crime victims though individual, couples and family therapy as well as case management services.
Examples of qualifying crimes include, but are not limited to:
- Physical or Sexual Assault
- Child Abuse/Neglect
- Adults Abused as Children
- Domestic Violence
- Mass Violence
- Survivors of Homicide Victims
- Teen Dating Violence
Specialized services are offered to seniors experiencing elder abuse/neglect and members of the LGBTQ community who have been a victim of a crime.
These services are offered free of charge to individuals who qualify.
For more information or to see if you qualify, please contact the NYFS Intake Coordinator at 203-270-4335.
Funded in part by State of CT Office of Victim Services.