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→
The Center for Adult and Community Services provides educational programs, workforce preparation and access to community services for adults and high-risk youth. The Center serves approximately 8,500 Continue reading about this agency→
FSW offers a broad spectrum of services addressing the social, emotional and environmental factors that can have a negative impact on family life and can diminish an individual’s ability to function Continue reading about this agency→
Provides several housing programs focused on people recovering from major mental illness:
Supervised residences in two locations offer housing for men and women (18 years of age and a 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→
Open Door provides primary health care and human services at affordable prices to the community, particularly those who are low-income or lack access to health care. See the “For Patients” Continue reading about this agency→
The Salvation Army offers a wide range of services for adults and children, including adult rehabilitation, veterans affairs, prison ministries, elder services, hunger relief and housing/homeless serv Continue reading about this agency→
St. Vincent’s Hospital Westchester offers a multi-disciplinary treatment approach that is consistent with the 12-Step model of recovery. The primary objective of treatment is to help persons sufferi 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→
The WIC Program, officially known as the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, safeguards the health of low-income women, infants and children up to age five who are Continue reading about this agency→