Council unanimously passes Queens lawmaker’s bill to ensure quality services for domestic violence survivors

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Stephanie Nilva, executive director of Day One, which partners with youth to end dating abuse and domestic violence, believes that young people can provide valuable contributions to the efficacy of city services to address their unique needs.

“Day One applauds today’s City Council vote requiring the Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender Based Violence to provide satisfaction surveys to constituents at the Family Justice Centers,” said Nilva. “Critically important services are delivered in the five FJCs, and feedback from survivors should play a central role in their operation.”

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