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Victim Impact Programs

Programs that offer classes which are designed to help offenders accept responsibility for their criminal actions, understand the impact of crime on victims and the community, and refrain from future criminal behavior. Individual classes may focus on specific types of crimes (generally those involving a personal relationship such as domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse or bullying) or may be intended for a broader range of offenders (e.g., those involved in property crimes, drunk driving, drug-related crimes, robbery, gang violence, sexual assault, homicide). The classes may involve personal presentations by victims of crimes (not specific victims of offenders in attendance but victims in unrelated cases) who describe how their victimization has affected their lives. Parents of incarcerated youth and people who provide services for victims may also participate. Offenders are encouraged to enter into a dialogue with the guest speakers. Victim impact classes have been adapted for both adult and juvenile offenders (the majority being for juveniles) in diversion, probation, prison, pre-release, detention, and parole supervised settings.

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Domestic Violence Intervention Programs

Thru: Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes

Resident of areas served. There are no barriers for eligibility, however, there may be a fee associated with therapeutic services based on grant funding eligibility. Individuals that have ever been a victim of a crime or that are referred by the Department of Social Services.
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Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes Geneva

671 S Exchange Street
Geneva, NY

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Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes Sodus

6692 Middle Road
Medical Building
Sodus, NY

Thru: Community Action Programs Cayuga/Seneca

Call for information.
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Community Action Programs Cayuga/Seneca - Auburn

89 York Street
Suite 1
Auburn, NY

24 hours.

Thru: Delphi Rise

Must have substance use evaluation prior to acceptance into the program.
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Delphi Rise - Outpatient Treatment Center

835 W Main Street
Rochester, NY

Domestic Violence & Abuse Course for Men (DVACM) meets W or TU 4:30PM-6:00PM.

Thru: Rochester City Hall

Be in crisis as stated.
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Rochester City Hall

30 Church Street
Rochester, NY

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Rochester Police Department Administration

185 Exchange Boulevard
Public Safety Building
Rochester, NY

Thru: Endeavor Health Services

Adults age 18 and over. Adults do not have to be referred from an agency or provider, self-referrals are accepted for all treatment programs. Adolescents age 13 and over by referral only.
ASL. Translation services available for other languages.
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Endeavor Health Services

1526 Walden Avenue, Suite 400
Cheektowaga, NY

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Endeavor Health Services - Rochester

150 Mt. Hope Avenue
Rochester, NY


18 years of age or older who are deaf, deaf-blind, late-deafened, hard of hearing and child of deaf adults.
American Sign Language
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PO Box 39601
Rochester, NY

Thru: Tompkins County Mental Health Department**

Call for information.
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Tompkins County Mental Health Department**

201 E. Green Street
Ithaca, NY

General Victim Impact Programs

Thru: Mothers Against Drunk Driving


Mothers Against Drunk Driving

511 E John Carpenter Freeway
Irving, TX

24 hours.

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