The ASAP Therapy Fund is allocated through member organizations only. This structure is in place to protect the privacy of victims and ensure that they are being properly guided and supported through the therapeutic process within their own community.
What does it mean to be a member organization?
Nonprofit organizations are invited to join the program in order to support victims of sexual abuse in the community. In order to join the program and access our services, including the therapy subsidy, agencies must commit to providing professional intake and case management to victims. Member organizations must be registered nonprofit organizations or educational institutions providing services to the Jewish community, have a minimum of three employees, adhere to client confidentiality laws, and have suitable liability insurance. Organizations and educational institutions that wish to become ASAP members and as such, eligible to access the therapy fund for their clients, are invited to submit an application here.