Outpatient alcoholism services, emergency treatment, screening, psychiatric diagnosis and evaluation, outreach, individual and group counseling, individual and group therapy, family therapy, AA counse Continue reading about this agency→
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→
CLUSTER provides services and programs that assist residents in Yonkers and Westchester and Rockland County to build a better future for themselves and their communities. Programs include:
Housing. Continue reading about this agency→
From the county website:
“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 servi Continue reading about this agency→
Part of a statewide system of educational enterprises, the SUNY EOC of Westchester provides a comprehensive array of tuition free workforce preparation programs for eligible adults in a supportive env Continue reading about this agency→
Forty-five sworn officers of the Westchester County Probation Department serve in the Family Justice Bureau. The functions they perform support the three New York State Family Court sites (White Pla 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→
Greyston bakes brownies to hire people. They have an open door hiring policy that is a gateway to training and work:
“Anyone that comes to the front door of our bakery is given the chance to w 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→
Families First: Preserving family stability for chronic substance abusing families.
Generations: Treating chemically dependent women and their families, including their children.
Shelter Plus Care: Continue reading about this agency→
Literacy Solutions NY Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing student-centered English literacy services and acting as a resource for the advancement of literacy.
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The Division of Human Rights ensures equal opportunity in employment, housing, public accommodation, education and credit. The Division enforces the Human Rights Law, seeking to: promote human rights Continue reading about this agency→
Mental health problems/diagnosis, treatment, support, rehabilitation, mentoring, housing for adults with mental illness, and employment services.
They offer support groups, individual therapy, and g 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→
The Pathways to Success Program, located at the VIVE School, offers a wide variety of services through the Employment Search Program (ESP).
These services include:
· Professional Resume Prepar Continue reading about this agency→
The Pregnancy Care Center (a service of Catholic Charities) is located in New Rochelle and Yonkers and runs the Elinor Martin Residence located in the convent of Holy Family Parish in New Rochelle, NY 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→
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→
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→
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→
Accessible by Bee-Line bus route # 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,25,30
Provides emergency and permanent housing, rent subsidy and eviction programs, as well as other services.
From the web site: “The Sharin Continue reading about this agency→
The Health Department works to promote public health, prevent the spread of disease and prolong meaningful life for all Westchester residents. Staffers inform, educate and empower people about public Continue reading about this agency→
WILC is a not-for-profit, community-based resource, advocacy, and training center dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with disabilities. Illustrative programs are listed below. Go to 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→
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→
From the website: “Our purpose is to provide food, shelter and clothing for homeless men in a safe and clean living environment where the Word of God can be preached and the love of Christ can b Continue reading about this agency→
Yonkers Community Health Center services include the following:
Internal Medicine: The Internal Medicine department is staffed with 3 full-time Family Practice Physicians, providing comprehensive Continue reading about this agency→