You deserve to heal. We can help you do it.

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How do I get help from CVTC?

We do our best to make sure it's as easy as possible for you to connect with CVTC, and we make sure that each person who calls is connected to the healing services they most need and deserve, whether that is here at CVTC or at another organization we can connect you to.  Click the links above for more information on each specific crime.


(212) 523-4728

When you're ready to make an appointment, give us a call. We're going to ask you for some basic information, and a little bit about what happened.


We'll schedule an intake

Once we have a bit of information, we'll schedule you for an intake appointment with one of our clinicians.  Intakes take about 45 minutes, and help us make sure that CVTC is the best place to address all of your needs.


The work begins

Within a week after the intake, you will either begin your work at CVTC, or have been connected to a place to best suit your needs.


If you're hurt, go to the hospital. 


Mount Sinai West

58th Street and 10th Avenue


Mount Sinai
St. Luke's

113th Street and Amsterdam Avenue


Lenox Health Greenwich Village

13th Street and 7th Avenue


CVTC can help in a crisis.  Our state certified Volunteer Rape Crisis and Domestic Violence Advocates are available to help survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence who visit our three Emergency Departments during overnight hours and on weekends.  They are trained to provide crisis counseling, criminal justice advocacy, assistance with filing claims for reimbursement with the New York State Office of Victims Services, shelter placement and many other supportive services.



"I feel so proud of the work I did at CVTC. They helped me find the person I'm meant to be."

Ryan | CVTC Client

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