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If you or someone you know is a victim of childhood molestation and is ready to go for therapy but cannot afford to pay, ASAP is here to help. ASAP established a fund to make professional therapeutic services accessible to victims. The therapy fund is administered via ASAP member organizations only. This means that anyone who needs a therapy subsidy should contact one or the organizations listed below to see if they are eligible. ASAP works with community organizations in order to protect clients and ensure that they are being properly guided and supported through the therapeutic process. For more information about how the fund works and who is eligible, please review the 'Therapy Fund' section.
Note: The resources listed below are independent community resources. ASAP holds no responsibility for them. If you have any comments or recommendations regarding one of the following services, please send an email at

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Yesh Tikva

Ohio, United States

Yehi Ohr

Chicago, IL, United States


813 Quentin Rd, Brooklyn, NY 11223, United States

Project Extreme

335 Central Avenue, Lawrence, NY, United States

Amudim Community Resources

11 Broadway, New York, NY, United States

SAVI Takanot program at Mount Sinai

312-320 East 94th Street, New York, NY 10128, United States

Bikur Cholim

25 Robert Pitt Dr, Suite 101 Monsey, NY 10952


5904 13th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11219, United States