Offers a 24 hour helpline. Website lists meetings held in the New York area.
From their website:
Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with e Continue reading about this agency→
EITC, the Earned Income Tax Credit, sometimes called EIC is a tax credit to help you keep more of what you earned. To qualify, you must meet certain requirements and file a tax return, even if you do Continue reading about this agency→
Established by the Legal Action Center in 2001, the National Helping Individuals with criminal records Re-enter through Employment (H.I.R.E.) Network is both a national clearinghouse for informati Continue reading about this agency→
If you are a veteran, you should have a copy of your DD214, “Report of Separation”. This can be used as a form of identification and may assist you in receiving benefits from the Veteran’s Adm Continue reading about this agency→
NRCCFI began as the Family and Corrections Network (FCN), founded by Jim Mustin in 1983 as the first national organization in the United States focused on families of the incarcerated. In 2006, the Fe Continue reading about this agency→
You can call a confidential domestic violence hotline for crisis help, safety planning and emotional support, access to advocates in 170 languages through interpreter services, or help finding resou Continue reading about this agency→
The purpose of the Child Protective Services Act of 1973 is to encourage more complete reporting of child abuse and maltreatment. The law established a Child Protective Service in each county in New Y Continue reading about this agency→
New York State has twenty three county-based Reentry Task Forces. Each works to coordinate and manage services provided to individuals to ensure effective reentry into the community. The task force Continue reading about this agency→
This NY State website provides guidance on topics such as collections, enforcement, determining the level of support, and establishing paternity. You can look for information under Custodial and/or No Continue reading about this agency→
Some rights are restored over time, such as your right to obtain a professional or trade license and to serve in a public office. To obtain these rights after probation or parole you need to qualify f Continue reading about this agency→
Offers information and referrals as well as counseling over the phone. They also offer information on how to obtain a green card, citizenship, grounds for deportation, labor rights and political asyl Continue reading about this agency→
Listing of other websites for career resources.
Career Builder – job listings
American Job Bank – job banks by location
NYS Department of Labor – information for job seekers, includ 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→
Lionheart provides emotional literacy education focused on the development of emotional, social and behavioral skills, to significantly alter the life course of incarcerated adults, highly at-risk you Continue reading about this agency→
Papillon is a non-profit providing links to web-based resources (particularly specific forms) for the expungement and sealing of criminal records throughout the United States. We also provide links Continue reading about this agency→
Complete information on how to apply for a passport or US passport card.
Note that locations for submitting your completed application include a number of area libraries and post offices.
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This program has been developed by your County Executives and the County Legislatures to help lower the prescription drug cost for County residents. There is no charge to you or the County to belong t Continue reading about this agency→