WE ARE CAPACITY BUILDERS

The Changing Room 11 works in partnership with established organizations, agencies and institutions throughout New York City. By partnering with social service agencies and other community organizations, we are here to fill a gap within their current programs.
The importance of this model of operation is the fact that our therapeutic staff is in ongoing, thorough communication with the counselors of the individual, maximizing the impact of our work according to their needs.

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Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender Based Violence Cecile Noel, Maria Isabel Nieto, General Consul of Colombia, Pilar Verú, Board Member at our Annual Gala

The Changing Room 11 is a wonderful organization that offers a unique trauma-informed, art perspective to working with survivors of gender-based violence. The comprehensive programming offered by TCR11 creates a pathway for survivors to integrate art based therapies in their healing processes and practices.
— Cecile Noel, Commissioner of NYC's Mayor's Office to End Domestic and Gender Based Violence

Our Partners:

  1. Have clients with a need for alternative therapies without the material means to access them.

  2. Pre-screen clients to ensure maximum effectiveness of our group and individual work. 

  3. Support us in bringing pathways of healing to all communities by developing our Virtuous Cycle of Healing.

  4. Provide us with their faculty support and alumni to ensure the highest level of professionalism for our team of practitioners.

 
 
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Mayor’s office to end domestic and gender-based violence

The Mayor's Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence (ENDGBV) collabo- rates with City agencies and community stakeholders to ensure access to inclusive services for survivors of domestic and gender-based violence (GBV). GBV can include intimate partner and family violence, elder abuse, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking. The NYC Family Justice Centers are co‐located multidisciplinary service centers providing vital social services, civil legal, and criminal justice assistance for survivors of domestic and gender-based violence and their children—all under one roof.

 

the jewish board

With over 75 locations around New York City and Westchester, The Jewish Board's programs and services provide an unmatched reach and impact in mental and behavioral health, children’s services, trauma, and recovery. Their care spans all ages and stages of life, and embraces people of diverse cultures, ethnicities, religions, gender, sexual orientation, and socio-economic backgrounds.

 
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Brooklyn Community Service

The BCS mission is to empower children, youth, adults and families to overcome the obstacles they face. Together they partner with the community to ensure opportunities for all to access an excellent education, jobs, safe and affordable housing, quality health care and wellness programs.

 

kids in need of defense

KIND protects unaccompanied children who enter the US immigration system alone to ensure that no child appears in court without an attorney. They achieve fundamental fairness through high-quality legal representation and by advancing the child's best interests, safety, and well-being. KIND is relentlessly working on supporting the children and families separated by recent immigration policies.

 

The Assemblage

The Assemblage’s Principles:
Go Higher: We believe in making a commitment to personal transformation, both individually and collectively.
Be Of Service: We believe in contributing our skills, experience and expertise to others as a way of finding our own purpose. We believe in getting out of our own ego to unlock our creative genius.
Do Well By Doing Good: We believe in making a living as a function of positive impact on others, and exploring the highest service that our lives can offer to the whole.

 

Pratt Institute

Established in 1970, Pratt’s Graduate Department of Creative Arts Therapy is one of the oldest graduate creative arts therapy training programs in the country. Students learn to apply art and dance/movement therapy skills in treatment with a range of populations and settings including: trauma, psychiatry, special needs children and adults, addiction and recovery, geriatric, medical rehabilitation, Child Life, the homeless, abuse, eating disorders special education, and prevention/wellness. Both the Art Therapy and Dance/Movement Therapy Masters programs are offered4


INDIVIDUAL SPONSORS

Alejandro Santo Domingo

Agnes Gund

Federico Sada Gonzalez

James Robinson

Jacques + Samuel Azout

Matias C. Rivas

Peter J. Rizzi

Philip Mindlin

Maria Martinez

Roger Saint Laurent + Peter Taylor

Monica Voltolina

Mark Lee

John H. Flood III