United Community Center of Westchester

914-813-2896 info@uccenter.org 360 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10801 https://www.facebook.com/UCCWestchester/ The United Community Center is a non-profit center located in New Rochelle to assist community members with resources or services including, but not limited to, workshops, ESL classes, family health programs, immigration services, enrollment assistance, employment searches, eviction prevention, landlord and tenant mediation, domestic violence issues, relocation assistance, and referral to substance abuse and mental health programs. Visit their Facebook page for updates on their offerings. [Read More]

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Catholic Charities Project

914-476-2700 204 Hawthorne Avenue Yonkers, NY 10705 catholiccharitiesny.org The Catholic Charities Project helps New Yorkers in need with a second chance through assistance with food security, housing, immigration services and more. Services and programs include: Benefits/Entitlement Assistance Eviction Prevention Utility Assistance Financial Literacy Immigration Legal Assistance Assistance for Day Laborers Weekly ESOL programming for beginners

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Neighbors Link

914-666-3410info@neighborslink.org27 Columbus Avenue Mount Kisco, NY 10549neighborslink.orgNeighbors Link helps immigrant families by offering education and empowerment programs, and  volunteer opportunities. Their services include a Worker Center, English as a Second Language (ESL) education, legal services and advocacy, workforce development, parent education, early childhood programs and academic support for school-age children of immigrants. Neighbors Link is headquartered in Mount Kisco, has three locations in Westchester County and offers services throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley.

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914-345-2800 mail@westhab.org 8 Bashford St. Yonkers, New York 10701 westhab.org Westhab provides a wide range of programs and services aimed at ending the cycle of poverty for people and families living in the community.  They offer employment and youth services as well as homeless assistance, including supportive housing. Visit their programs page for more information.



914-944-5222 info@choiceofny.org choiceofny.org/ CHOICE of NY specializes in case management, homeless outreach, and criminal justice reentry and rehabilitative services.  The agency provides pre-trial, preventive, transitional (e.g., family support, support upon entry), and post-release services (e.g., job readiness, reunification to family, transportation from facility, connection to treatment).  See this link for a full description of criminal justice services and this link for job readiness (including resume and "world of work" workshops) At the Westchester County Jail, staff work with inmates [Read More]

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Family Services of Westchester (FSW) – Restorative Justice Services

fsw.org/our-programs/restorative-justice-programs/ FSW offers several restorative justice programs that take as their starting point that lives can be turned around through education, life  and job skills training, parenting support and the support of their families and communities.  Follow the links for full program details and contact information (if not already provided). Programs marked with ** operate in the Westchester County Jail and work to continue with participants after their return to the community. **NavigatingFatherhood – Workshop sessions, support groups, individual [Read More]

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Westchester County Department of Social Services (DSS)

914-995-3333 socialservices.westchestergov.com To apply for services, call or go to the district office serving your area as defined by town and zip code.  There are four locations as listed below. 100 East First Street, Mount Vernon, NY 10550-3442 85 Court Street | White Plains, NY 10601-4201 (primary location for returning citizens to apply for temporary shelter, see ubformation below) 750 Washington Street, Peekskill, NY 10566-5499 131 Warburton Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10701 Applications for SNAP benefits may be submitted online at [Read More]

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Social Security Administration

800-772-1213 800-325-0778 (TTY) ssa.gov The Social Security Administration coordinates a number of benefits, including those related to retirement, disability, Medicare, and survivor benefits.  Most benefits issues are handled online. You are strongly urged to use their online portal, including when you need to get a replacement card to get other benefits. To contact them using their secure email format click the following link https://secure.ssa.gov/emailus/ Do not go to local offices without an appointment. Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – [Read More]

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El Centro Hispano de White Plains

914-289-0500 elcentrohispano1@gmail.com elcentrohispano.org/ The mission of El Centro Hispano is to strengthen Hispanic families by providing them with information about housing, employment, translations and immigration matters. El Centro Hispano also provides these families with outreach, counseling, education, and advocacy programs to help them assimilate their new language and culture, at the same time that they maintain and enrich their own. Offers ESL, GED prep, and computer and technology classes. 346 South Lexington Ave White Plains NY 10606

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Community Resource Center

914-835-1512 info@crcny.org crcny.org/ ​Community Resource Center (formerly Hispanic Resource Center) is a 501 (c)(3) community-based organization founded in 1998 to empower immigrant and low-income families by providing the resources and advocacy to help them become self-reliant and thriving members of the community. They provide a myriad of educational programs, case management and referral services and advocate for immigrants and low-income families in need. In the past year, they served nearly 4,000 adults, youth, and children in three primary areas: Case management [Read More]

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