A Message From Barrier Free Living Founder Paul Feuerstein
As the global effect of Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, Barrier Free Living is firmly committed to the health and safety of our staff and the people we serve.
We have been working with survivors of domestic violence with disabilities for nearly 40 years. We continue to work with survivors at our Freedom House domestic violence shelter, Secret Garden domestic violence program and Barrier Free Living Apartments supportive housing program.
We are closely monitoring the changing situation, working with our partners in the domestic violence field to comply with public health guidance and meet the requirements of our funding sources.
In accordance with public health guidance, many of our staff are working remotely. Counselors and case managers in all of our programs will be available by telephone or videophone.
Individuals who are in need of accessible shelter can call 212-400-6470. Individuals in need of community based domestic violence services can call 212-533-4358. Our Deaf Services team can be reached at 646-807-4013.
I left Atlanta two weeks ago with some guy but when we got NY he started being abusive to me outing his hands on me and spitting on me I have no money and no place to live I’ve been on the streets for about a week. I have a learning curve and I’m on disability. Please help me.
I sent your email to our team. You can call 212 533 4358
I’m looking for help to find somewhere to live can you please help me it’s a emergency
Please call 212 533-4358