New York City Council Recognizes Center's Domestic Violence Work
New York City Council honored the Center's work of providing critical services for survivors of domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal honored the Center for Court Innovation with a certificate of appreciation from the Council's Committee on Women and Gender Equity for the Center's work providing critical services for survivors of domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We are grateful for Council Member Rosenthal's support," said Courtney Bryan, the Center's executive director. "It is imperative we work together to end domestic violence. Through partnerships with government, community-based organizations, leaders like Council Member Rosenthal and the community at large we can support survivors, heal families, and work to end violence."
Learn more about our work in domestic violence:
- We provide community-led, data-driven support to jurisdictions across the country looking to enhance their responses to domestic violence.
- Our RISE Project runs community-based programming at the intersection of gun and intimate partner violence.
- A new report outlines pathways for restorative and community-based approaches to intimate partner violence.