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 offers classes in licensed Continue reading about this agency→
From the 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 services Continue reading about this agency→
Access to private area to conduct and make a request for services
Congregation point person will be available to coordinate and provide access to equipment
Access to telephone, computer, printer and s 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→
Station of Hope is the prison ministry of historic Grace Baptist Church of Mt Vernon; committed to positively changing the lives of our community.
Station of Hope accomplishes its mission of bringing Continue reading about this agency→
Comprehensive service organization: Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse Services, Housing Assistance, Vocational Assistance Program, Early Childhood Programs Servicios de Salud Mental, Asisten Continue reading about this agency→
JobSTAR is a collaboration between Westchester Community College and the Westchester County Department of Social Services, since 1990, and has been providing educational training, case management, job 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→
Life Progressive Services Group helps formerly incarcerated individuals transition back into the community through advocacy, education and resource provisions.
They aim to enhance the lives of these Continue reading about this agency→
Peer support line 24/7 (1-800-643-7462)
Peer support to formerly incarcerated people in their return to the community; advocacy and resource support; mutuality and trauma informed.
Weekly group meetin Continue reading about this agency→
Provides quality HIV and Primary Care to a minority population that’s infected and affected by HIV/AIDS
MEDICAL CASE MANAGEMENT
ENTITLEM Continue reading about this agency→
MVUT is a member of Tenants and Neighbors, a statewide grassroots organization that harnesses tenant power to preserve at-risk affordable housing and strengthen tenants’ rights in New York.
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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→
Inpatient services by referral from Westchester County psychiatric hospitals.
Outpatient services available at five locations (all serving those 18 years and older).
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As the Salvation Army notes, its “Centers offers residential housing, work, and group and individual therapy, all in a clean, wholesome environment. The physical and spiritual care that progr 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→
The college offers more than 60 associate and certificate programs.
The Continuing Education Division (Workforce Development and Community Education) offers courses for people of all ages consider 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→
Raising children without full financial support can mean hardship for both the custodial parent and the child. New York State law requires both parents to financially support their children to age 21. 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→
Especially relevant for those in re-entry who are elderly or have a disability. Sign-up for their fair and affordable housing listings. See also their workshops on home ownership and annual housing gu Continue reading about this agency→
Westhab offers many community programs, including assistance in finding housing and a jobs.
Employment Services prepares job seekers, often with significant obstacles to employment, for suc Continue reading about this agency→