OATH staff were at the district office to assist and educate people about what to do should they have received a summons and to check to determine if someone has an outstanding summons. Materials about remote hearings and other free resources were provided to the public as well.
DCWP is accepting in-person visits from customers with appointments only at our Manhattan and Queens locations. You must schedule an appointment to meet with a DCWP representative. For health and safety reasons, DCWP cannot serve walk-ins.
Women face unique challenges in the workplace and marketplace.
The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection created these tips to educate
women about ways to protect themselves and where to turn for help.