October 16-18
Family Engagement Sessions
Join members of our Individual & Family Support team as they explain how they support individuals receiving services, family members, and personal representatives as they navigate the investigations process. They will also cover the importance of self-care and creating a "Self-Care Plan."

Various session timeslots are available on October, 16, 17 and 18. Visit our Training page below to access the event sign-up.

Introduction to the Justice Center

Pre-employment Checks
Protecting Individuals in Care
The Justice Center works hand in hand with providers to prevent individuals with troublesome histories from working with vulnerable populations. The Staff Exclusion List (SEL) and Criminal Background checks of prospective employees and volunteers who will work directly with individuals with special needs are required by law, with the intention of stopping abuse or neglect before it happens.
Serving Vulnerable New Yorkers
Find Help

The Justice Center has advocates available to help victims and their families or personal representatives during an investigation.  Advocates can answer questions about the processes of the agency and give case updates. 


The Justice Center investigates allegations of abuse or neglect of individuals with special needs.  Every allegation is investigated to conclusion.

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