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Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood’s (UHPP’s) Sexual Assault and Victims of Crime Services Program offers counseling, education, and advocacy for survivors of sexual assault and other crimes in Albany, Columbia, Greene, and Rensselaer counties.

Regardless of when and where the assault took place, Planned Parenthood can help.

Support services include:

  • Emotional support and counseling
  • Help with safety planning
  • Help preparing victim impact statements for courts and parole boards
  • Help finding shelter and transportation
  • Referrals to other services
  • Assistance with compensation applications 

To make an appointment, call 518.434.5678.

Survivors of crime, abuse, and other forms of exploitation deserve our unequivocal support. With this new initiative, we will be able to reach individuals who have been directly impacted by crime and provide trauma-informed therapeutic services, legal systems advocacy, and direct material support through victim compensation claims. I hope that we can impact folks by restoring their sense of agency in the process, centering their healing, and providing the tools and financial support needed to rebuild their lives safely,” says Madeline McQuail, UHPP Behavioral Healthcare Manager.


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