Residential Services

NYS licensed secure domestic violence shelter offers clients the opportunity to begin to recover from their abuse in a safe, structured environment. The residential program includes: case management services clinical support…

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Non-Residential
Services

Brighter Tomorrows offers the following services to both our residential / transitional clients, as well as to other survivors of domestic violence in need of support:

Court Advocacy »

Counseling »

Transitional Housing Program

Singles: Long-term independent living accommodations and therapeutic counseling are offered to previous residents of Brighter Tomorrows’ and other agencies’ domestic violence shelters and to survivors…

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Who We Are. Our Mission.

Founded in 1986, Brighter Tomorrows, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) human service agency dedicated to empowering survivors of domestic violence through the provision of safe housing, supportive counseling, and legal advocacy services on Long Island. Brighter Tomorrows’ value-driven programs seek to connect women and children with a nurturing community while enhancing their personal security, independence, and self-esteem.

Brighter Tomorrows services clients from Suffolk and Nassau Counties, as well as the Five Boroughs and the Tri-State area. Our secure domestic violence shelter offers clients the opportunity to begin to recover from their abuse in a safe, structured environment. The residential program… read more

Latest News

Brighter Tomorrows, Inc. is now running a support group for Spanish-speaking survivors of domestic violence in Brentwood, NY.  For more information contact Adriana Silva at (631) 395-1801 ext. 111. Brighter Tomorrows, Inc. esta asiendo un grupo de soporte en espanol para sobrevivientes de violencia domestica en Brentwood, NY.  Para mas informacion por favor contactar a Adriana Silva (631) 395-1801 ext. 111.

Thank you to Senator Phil Boyle for allocating funds from the Department of Justice to Brighter Tomorrows, Inc.!

Women are one of the criminal justice system’s fastest growing populations. In the past decade, the number of women incarcerated in the United States prisons grew by 25 percent. Furthermore, the rate of unsuccessful reentry for women is remarkably high due to the fact that women are often overlooked with regard to re-entry programming. To reduce this number and improve the outcomes of women involved in the criminal justice system, Brighter Tomorrows, Inc., in collaboration with the Suffolk County Sheriff’s … read more