The Changing Futures child sexual abuse, domestic violence, and Campus Sexual Assault program works with 1,000 Bronx children and families annually. It is the only program in the Bronx to offer completely free long-term treatment services in a nurturing and supportive environment, that asks no questions about immigration status. Families with the most severe needs frequently experience the greatest difficulty in accessing quality treatment and are often affected by mental illness, substance abuse, and extreme poverty. 60% of participants are between the ages of 3-12, and 40% are 13 years or older.
If you or anyone you know needs help, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-884-0700 ext. 100.
We offer the following therapy services:
Individual and Family Therapy
Groups for Children, Teens, and Non-offending Parents
Support Groups for Parents and Caregivers
We also provide workshops and trainings:
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention for Children, Parents, and Professionals
Sexual Harassment Workshops for Teens, Parents, and Professionals
Date Rape Prevention for Teens
We help children and families through advocacy:
Office of Victim Services claim forms assistance
Information and referral
Collaboration with various agencies on needs of survivors
We offer individual therapy and group therapy to adult survivors of child sexual abuse and other types of trauma.
Enough is Enough
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center’s Enough is Enough Coordinator works with colleges and universities throughout the city to provide support and services to their communities with regard with sexual and interpersonal violence. Through New York State’s Education Law 129-B, or “Enough is Enough” law, we provide support to institutions in implementing procedures and guidelines on campus and in preparing trainings and educational campaigns for students, faculty, and staff.
If you or someone you know is a survivor of sexual or interpersonal violence and would like to know more about your options, please check out our Survivors Resources page for more information.
If you are a campus community member in New York City and would like to learn more about Enough is Enough or would like to bring our coordinator to your campus for prevention education or support, please contact them directly.