The NYSPCC’s caring team of highly-skilled clinicians and other staff provides an array of services to children, families, child welfare professionals, and other concerned community members. These services include therapeutic supervised visitation; trauma-focused counseling; school-based child sexual abuse prevention workshops; crisis debriefing for child welfare staff; best-practice training; research and evaluation; advocacy; and the maintenance of the George Sim Johnston Archives.
The NYSPCC offers its services at multiple sites including, but not limited, to the agency’s main office in lower Manhattan, NYC public and private schools, and NYC social service agencies. Committed to eliminating linguistic, economic, and other barriers that keep families from receiving the assistance they need, The NYSPCC does not charge a fee for its clinical services. Bilingual staff (English/Spanish) provides services seven days and three evenings per week to accommodate the varied schedules of working families and school-aged children.
In 2015, The NYSPCC’s services had a significant impact on the lives of 5,829 children, parents, caregivers, and professionals.