Empowering survivors of violence

Crime Victims Treatment Center
of St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital (CVTC)

We are the largest and most comprehensive hospital-based victim assistance program in New York State. CVTC is a model for other health care institutions in the United States and around the world in the respectful treatment of survivors of family and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, and other forms of violence and crime.


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News & Events

CVTC's April Newsletter is here!

April 30

Check out CVTC's latest Newsletter, chock full of exciting content.

BroadwayUNLOCKED: A Success Story

April 22nd

Was CVTC's most exciting and innovative benefit yet. Click here to see photos and footage from the event!



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“Through the work I did at CVTC, I was able to let down my iron clad guard in my relationships and let the wounds of the past float back into the past.”

— Raul

“After so many years of abuse, it was hard for me to trust people again. At CVTC, my therapist helped me to trust again because she taught me to trust myself.”

— Florina

“I want to express my gratitude to CVTC for providing this opportunity to me. Here I gained confidence in my own voice. If I had not received services from CVTC, I am not certain I would be alive today.”

— Steven

“CVTC gave me a second chance. I feel like new, like I’m getting a second chance to be okay with my relationships and myself. For the first time, it feels good to be me.”

— Luz

“This program allowed me to get the help I needed without having to worry about how I was going to pay for it. It saved my life.”

— Denisha

“CVTC is an extraordinary organization that literally saved my life. They combine expertise and gentle, loving care in equal doses – a highly unusual feat. And though CVTC provides a strong structure that guarantees its clients feel safe and well cared for, the curriculum is constantly evolving and growing – whether it concerns exploring new techniques for treating trauma victims or keeping informed of the latest legislation concerning domestic abuse.”

— Leilani

“My daughter is an abused crime victim and thanks to your service and her counselor she has turned her life around and I was enhanced with coping skills in dealing with my daughter’s abusive relationship.”

— Ivy