Below you will find a rotating list of community announcements from our partners and colleagues in the field, ranging from local events and fundraisers to job and volunteer opportunities.


If you would like your program’s announcement to be included in this list, please email with details and promotional materials. Enter “Announcement” in the subject field.

Job Opportunities

Supervising Staff Attorney  —  Sauti Yetu


Peer Educator, NYC Healthy Relationship Training Academy  —  Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence


Director of Community Organizing and Public Advocacy    — NYC Anti-Violence Project


Volunteer Opportunities

Fall Advocate Training  —  Mount Sinai SAVI
The Fall advocate training will be held on the following days: October 17th, October 21st/22nd, October 28th/29th, and November 4th with interviews running through the end of September. Volunteers must live in Manhattan or Queens. If interested, please contact Silva Sergenian at 212-423-2150.



If you or someone you know has been affected by family violence or you denounce domestic violence, we invite you to join the 17th Annual Brides’ March on Tuesday, September 26th.

SAFETI Course: SAFE for the Advanced Practitioner  — NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault
This course provides instruction on the basics of the Forensic Rape Exam, including medical assessment, preventive medications, evidence collection, and best practice in working with patients.


Survivors Magazine Seeks Participants  —  NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault
Survivors Magazine is seeking participants for a photo series that uses fashion and photography to empower survivors of sexual assault and spread awareness of sexual violence.


Men’s Group: Breaking the Cycle and Becoming Whole  —  Changing Futures Program
Sexual assault can happen to anyone, no matter your age, your sexual orientation, or your gender identity. If you identify as male and you are the survivor of any unwanted or abusive sexual experience at any point in your life, this free group on September 28th is for you.


Eat, Escape, Regret, Repeat: Concrete Mindfulness Interventions with BED Patients  —  The Renfrew Center
Following a brief overview of the true goals of mindfulness and a review of the DSM-V criteria for BED, this professional seminar, offering 2 CE credits, will provide clarity as to how mindfulness practice can be used as a powerful tool in the treatment of Binge Eating Disorder (BED).


Support Groups

Positive Parenting Group — Womankind


Adult Female Survivors of Sexual Assault — Crime Victims Treatment Center