Bee-Line buses, para-transit and taxi services are available.
Buses: The fare for one bus ride is $2.50. (Senior and disabled rider fare is $1.25.)The fare for the BxM4C/Rte 28, Westchester-Manhattan Continue reading about this agency→
Under the umbrella of the Hudson River Health Center, this agency assists Spanish-speaking immigrants. Services provided by the organization include English-as-a-Second-Language programs and social se Continue reading about this agency→
The Department of Social Services provides an array of services to Westchester residents in need of help, including the areas of child support, food, housing, medical services and home energy costs. I Continue reading about this agency→
Locations, phone numbers and web links are below.
Peekskill Health Center
1037 Main Street, Peekskill, NY 10566
For an appointment call: (914) 734-8800
Yonkers – Park Care
2 Park Ave, Yonkers, Continue reading about this agency→
Committed to providing support, advocacy and legal representation to low income individuals in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties. Services for housing, elder law, disabilities, public benefits Continue reading about this agency→
Groups for recovering addicts that meet regularly in Mt.
Vernon, Yonkers, White Plains, Tarrytown, Port Chester, Peekskill, Yorktown Heights, New Rochelle, Briarcliff Manor, Katonah, Ossining, and oth Continue reading about this agency→
To obtain, renew, or replace a driver’s license or a Non-Driver Photo ID Card, you must complete an MV-44 form. Get this form at http://dmv.ny.gov/forms/mv44.pdf or at any Motor Vehicle offi Continue reading about this agency→
Putnam Northern Westchester Women’s Resource Center provides advocacy, education and services to the community in order to create a safe, supportive environment that eliminates violence.
There i Continue reading about this agency→
To obtain a Social Security Card, call the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, Social Security Administration at:
You can also find an application at http://www.socialsecurit Continue reading about this agency→
Supplementary Security Income is a monthly benefit paid by the federal Social Security Administration to people who are 65 or older, or blind, or have a disability and who have few assets and very low Continue reading about this agency→
Programs include 30 Day Care / Head Start centers, 12 Community Action Programs (CAPs), Family living program, Homeless prevention and Assistance programs, Emergency food pantries, Surplus food distri Continue reading about this agency→
Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) provides services addressing mental health for all populations, the needs of people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and autism, support for y Continue reading about this agency→
Libraries help you to identify and learn how to use tools that help to get a job, an education, and enrich your life. They offer classes and one-to-one assistance in accessing databases and devices. A Continue reading about this agency→
One-Stop Employment Center is a place that connects people who want jobs, to businesses that have them. Free services include job counseling, job search databases, resume workshops, job fairs, traini Continue reading about this agency→