Mount Sinai offers a wide array of outreach and support programs for women seeking treatment in obstetrics and gynecology-related conditions as well as reproductive services. Our programs focus on helping our diverse patient population and providing guidance for women who have experienced perinatal loss, have been diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer, or those who have been victims of sex crimes.
Esperanza y Vida (Hope and Life) and the Witness Project of Harlem™
The Esperanza y Vida (Hope and Life) and the Witness Project of Harlem™ programs provide information to Latino and African American women about breast and cervical cancer prevention and early detection.
To contact the Esperanza y Vida program, please call 212-824-7801; and The Witness Project of Harlem at, 212-824-7802
Perinatal Bereavement Program
The Perinatal Bereavement Program provides spiritual, religious, and culturally sensitive bereavement services for families experiencing losses with pregnancy, infants, or children.
Woman to Woman Gynecologic Cancer Support Program
Founded in 2003, Woman to Woman is a network of trained volunteer survivors of gynecologic cancer who provide emotional support, education, and advocacy for women in treatment at Mount Sinai as well as their partners and families. Contact us at (212) 241-3793
Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program (SAVI)
The Mount Sinai SAVI program helps victims of sexual and domestic violence in Manhattan and Queens through confidential and free services and resources. Services include counseling, emergency room advocacy, legal advocacy, and education and training.