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  • Arms Acres

    • (845) 225-3400.
    • Inpatient residential treatment for alcohol or drug addicted adolescents 12+.
    • For intake: (888) 227-4641
    • Adolescent brochure

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  • Birthright

    • 257 S. Middletown Rd. Nanuet, NY. (845) 623-9098
    • Christian- based organization
    • Pregnancy counseling and referrals
    • Pregnancy Testing
    • Pregnancy hotline- 1 (800) 550-4900.
    • Childbirth education- Great Beginnings Childbirth Education Program, baby safety and care classes.

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  • Candle

    (Community Awareness Network for a Drug-Free Life and Environment)

    • 120 N Main Street Suite 301, New City, NY, (845) 634-6677.
    • Drop-in counseling- free short-term sessions to just talk about any issue.
    • Residents of Orangetown can walk in or make an appointment at- The Nyack Center 58 Depew Ave Nyack, NY Mon 5:30pm-8:30pm.
    • TRUST weekly support group for LGBTQ high school students and allies.
    • Trans Youth Group meets monthly.

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  • CareNet

    • 2 Perlman Dr.Suite L9, Spring Valley, NY 10977.
    • (845) 352-6074.
    • Christian- based organization.
    • Pregnancy counseling and referrals to care.
    • Pregnancy testing.
    • Maternity and baby clothing, formula, and diaper donations.

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  • Center for Safety and Change

    • 9 Johnsons Lane Main Walk-in Center New City, NY 10956, (845) 634-3391.
    • 24 hour hotline - (845) 634-3344.
    • 89 Hudson Avenue Haverstraw, NY. (845) 304-9346.
    • Counseling, advocacy, court assistance, support groups for victims of dating violence and abuse.
    • Rape crisis counseling, advocacy, accompaniment services to police, court and hospital.
    • S.A.F.E (Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Program)- trained hospital nurses assist in forensic examination and evidence collection for a victim of sexual assault.
    • Support also in French, Creole, Hebrew, Yiddish, Spanish, Hindi, & Urdu.

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  • Daytop Village Inc

    • 620 Route 303 Blauvelt, NY.
    • (845) 353-2730, 1-800-2DAYTOP (1-800-232-9867).
    • Outpatient & residential programs for young adults facing substance abuse problems 12-21.
  • Every Person Influences Children (EPIC)

    • 461 Viola Road Spring Valley, NY 10977, (845) 352-9105.
    • Parent education program for pregnant and parenting teens to help you stay in school, become strong and effective parents, and develop life skills.

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  • GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network) Hudson Valley Chapter

    • Westchester Sub-Chapter- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    • (914) 962-7888.
    • Events, resources, and advocacy for LGBTQ people.

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  • Good Counsel

    • 22 Linden Avenue Spring Valley, NY 10977.
    • (845) 356-0517.
    • Emergency shelter for pregnant women if 18+ or 18+ with young children.
  • Good Samaritan Hospital

    • 255 Lafayette Ave. (Route 59), Suffern, NY. (845) 368-5000.
    • Prenatal care.
    • Childbirth education- Lamaze classes for safe labor (http://www.lamaze.org), childbirth, breastfeeding, infant and child safety, newborn care, prenatal yoga
    • Deliveries

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  • Good Samaritan Hospital Chemical Dependency Inpatient

    • 255 Lafayette Avenue Suffern, NY
    • Smoking cessation program- for individual consultation call (845) 368-5272
    • Inpatient rehab program for drug and alcohol abusers including detox, support groups, education, therapy, and rehabilitation. Call (845) 368-5242 for admissions.
    • Methadone maintenance.

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  • Good Samaritan Hospital Overeaters Anonymous

    • Contact: (845) 216-0566
    • Wednesdays 7-8pm Hospital Conference Room #2 at Good Samaritan Hospital

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  • Haverstraw Center

    • (845) 429-5731
    • Call or speak with someone at the center for information on counseling services
  • Head Start of Rockland

    • 36-39 Division Street Haverstraw, NY. (845) 429-2225.
    • 138-146 Maple Avenue Haverstraw, N. (845) 429-2225.
    • Parent education and support groups.
    • Early childhood education.
    • Food pantry for those in the program.

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  • Hudson River Health Care

    • 31 West Broad Street 3rd Floor Haverstraw, NY. (845) 429-4499
    • 2 Perlman Drive Suite 101 Spring Valley, NY (845) 573-9860
    • Prenatal care
    • Women’s reproductive care
    • Doctors and certified nurse midwives

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  • La Leche League

    • (845) 356-1355 Ramapo, (845) 323-8977 Clarkstown.
    • Breastfeeding support
  • Lesbian & Gay Community Services Center, Inc. (The Loft)

    • 252 Bryant Avenue White Plains, NY (Westchester County), (914) 948-2932.
    • Helpline: (914) 948-4922
    • Hosts services and programs for LGBTQ community- social events for individuals and families, cyber center, education and advocacy on LGBTQ issues.
    • Support groups and educational workshops
    • Newsletter on local LGBTQ events and news
  • Lexington Center for Recovery Inc.

    • (845) 947-3810 –West Haverstraw location
    • 45 Route 9W South Suite 209 Samsondale Plaza (also an Airmont location).
    • Separate substance abuse programs for adolescents 16 and over
    • Counseling, treatment, psychiatric assessment, family treatment
    • Substance abuse support groups for those 18-25
    • Outpatient services for adolescents 14-17, other services for adults. Includes individual and group treatment, education, and family support

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  • Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program

    • (845) 362-3904 x1700.
    • 50 Sanatorium Road, Building D, Pomona, NY.
  • Mental Health Association of Rockland County, Inc. (MHA

    • (845) 267-2172.
    • The Self-Health Clearing House provides information and referral to self-help and support groups in the community.
    • Monthly teen support group for teens with emotional disabilities.
    • Recovery Services Program for substance abuse/chemical dependency for adolescents and young adults. Call: (845) 267-2172, x225
    • Outpatient services for children and adolescents 5-18. Other services available to those 18+
    • Reach One/Peer Recovery Center specialists can offer support to overcome addiction issues.

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  • Nyack Hospital Recovery Center

    • 160 North Midland Avenue Nyack, NY 10960
    • Inpatient & outpatient services for substance abusers
    • (845) 348-2075 –Info and Admission
    • (845) 348-6760 – Outpatient Site
    • (845) 356-0081 Spring Valley Outpatient Site (110 Bethune BoulevardSpring Valley, NY).
  • Nyack Prenatal Clinic

    • Clinic- 258 High Avenue, Nyack, NY 10960. (845) 348-2550
    • Prenatal care
    • Childbirth education classes
    • Lamaze classes for safe labor (http://www.lamaze.org ), breastfeeding, infant and child safety.
    • Deliveries at Nyack Hospital

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  • Open Arms

    • 12 E. Kensington Circle, Garnerville, NY
    • (845) 429-0945
    • Safe, sober residential facilities for those over 18. Provides peer and staff support. Halfway houses in Haverstraw.
    • Contact for information on admission

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  • Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)

    • (845) 268-2373
    • Programs and support groups for LGBTQ individuals, families, and friends
    • Advocacy and education on LGBTQ issues

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  • Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic

    • 25 Perlman DriveSpring Valley, NY 10977
    • (845) 426-7577
    • Pregnancy Testing in Spring Valley location
    • Pregnancy counseling and referrals
    • STD testing for many STDs including HIV
    • Prenatal care Clinics in Westchester County: New Rochelle, White Plains, Yonkers
    • Women’s reproductive services
    • Abortion services

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  • Refuah Health Center - Women’s Health Services Clinic

    • 5 Twin AvenueSpring Valley, NY 10977
    • 728 N. Main Street Spring Valley, NY 10977.
    • (845) 354-9300
    • Women’s reproductive services
    • Pregnancy testing
  • Rockland County Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

    • 24/7 hotline for alcoholic support (843) 352-1112
    • Meeting list on website

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  • Rockland County Department of Health

    • Building A, Sanatorium Road Pomona, NY
    • 14 South Main Street Spring Valley, NY
    • Women’s Health Services
      • (845) 364-2531 for Appointments- Pomona (Bldg A) and Spring Valley
      • (845) 364-2124 Alternate for Appointments
    • For WIC- call (845) 364-2577 or visit Rockland Department of Health WIC (Women, Infants, & Children) for more information and how to apply
    • Pregnancy Testing
    • Pregnancy counseling and referrals
    • Rockland Dept of Health Prenatal Care Assistance Program
      • Women and teens who are pregnant and meet income guidelines can receive medical care during pregnancy, delivery, and for at least 2 months after delivery.
      • Enroll at Nyack Prenatal Clinic- - 258 High Avenue, Nyack, NY 10960, (845) 348-2550
    • STI Clinic
      • Confidential walk-in clinic for men and women
      • Testing and treatment for many STDs
      • Free HIV testing by appointment
      • Free Hepatitis A,B, and Gardasil vaccines
    • “Put it Out Rockland” to help with quitting smoking
      • (845) 364-2651
      • Quitting support group

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  • Rockland County Dept of Mental Health

    • 50 Sanatorium Road, Building F Pomona, NY.
    • Rockland County Crisis Hotline:
    • (845) 517-0400 or (Toll Free) 1-844-255-BHRT (2478).
    • Behavioral Health Response Team will listen to your issues and connect you with care in the community.
    • Child & Adolescent Mental Health Clinic for treatment for mental health problems.
    • Call: (845) 364-2200.
    • Assessment and referral to treatment for mental health services.

    Summit Park Hospital

    • Outpatient treatment for individuals of any age with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders

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  • Rockland County Dept of Social Services (DSS)

    • Building C, 50 Sanatorium Road Pomona, NY.
    • (845) 364-3727
    • Teen Parenting Unit- provides case management to teens up to 21 who are pregnant or parenting. School-based to help complete your education
    • Day care subsidies for teen parents: call (845)364-3797
    • Child Protective Services
      • Investigates reports of child abuse
      • To report: (800) 342-3720

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  • Rockland County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

    • Hotline: (845) 735-2666
    • Investigates and reports incidences of child abuse

    Rockland Jewish Family ServicesEating Disorders

    • 450 West Nyack Road, Suite 2. West Nyack, NY
    • (845) 354-2121 ext.160
    • For people of all faiths
    • Assessment with therapist and development treatment plan
    • Clinical therapy groups for young women- group for those 14-17 and 18-22.
    • Individual one-on-one therapy
    • Family therapy and support groups for friends and family of those with an eating disorder
  • Rockland Paramedic Services Behavioral Health Response Team- Emergency Mental Health Service

    • (845) 517-0400.
    • Toll Free: 844-255-2478.
    • Provides immediate response for crisis help for those experience suicidal thoughts or ideations, serious mental illness, anxiety or depression, or emotional trauma.
    • Available 24/7
  • Safe Haven

    • For an unwanted pregnancy or newborn: 1 (877) 796-HOPE (1-877-796-4673).
  • VCS Inc.

    • 77 South Main Street New City, NY.
    • Families in Need of Support (FINS)- In-school counseling for teens with behavioral problems or distress. Contact your guidance counselor or other school staff to be referred. Call (845) 634-5729 ext. 318.
    • Mental health clinic for those 18+: (845) 634-5729.
    • LGBT Programs
      • LGBT-friendly trained volunteers offer counseling services for LGBTQ individuals and their families.
      • Support groups- Lesbians, Gay Men, Transgender adult, Transgender youth
      • Sponsors Rockland County Pride

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  • Child Help National Child Abuse Hotline

    • 1 (800) 4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453)
    • Can offer support, resources, answer questions, and help you report child abuse
    • Confidential
  • The GLBT National Help Center Youth Talkline

    • 1 (800) 246-PRIDE (7743).
    • Free and confidential.
    • Monday-Friday 4pm-midnight, Sat 12noon-5pm.
  • The Hopeline

    • 1 (800) 394-HOPE (4673)
    • Talk to a HopeCoach about suicidal feelings or anything else you want to talk about
    • 24/7 online chat. You can also sign up for a free email mentor who you can speak with continuously: http://www.thehopeline.com/gethelp/ .
  • National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

    • 24/7 hotline for substance abuse and alcoholism: (811)622-2255.
  • National Eating Disorders Association

    • Helpline: 1 (800) 931-2237.
    • Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm, Friday 9am-5pm.
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline

    • 1 (800) 656-HOPE (1-800-422-4673).
    • Can offer support, information on local health facilities that can care for survivors of sexual assault, and information about laws.
    • Confidential unless the caller agrees to report a case, or if obliged by law.
    • Online one-on-one confidential chat is also available: online.rainn.org.

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  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    • 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255).
    • For Spanish speaking:1 (800) 628-9454.
    • Will connect you with a trained counselor in the area who will listen to your problem and tell you about nearby services.
    • Available 24/7.
    • Can help you with any type of problem including substance abuse, not just suicidal thoughts.
    • Confidential and free.
  • National Treatment Referral Helpline

    • 1 (800) 662-HELP (4357).
    • This service does not offer counseling, but will lead you to treatment options for substance abuse nearby.
  • New York State Hopeline

    • 1 (877) 8-HOPENY
    • Available 24/7
    • For alcoholism, drug abuse, or gambling addictions
    • Trained doctors in multiple languages
    • Will talk with you about your problems and refer you to further treatment
  • NYS Smokers & Quitline

    • 866-NY QUITS (866-697-8487)
    • Sign up for automatic Quit Smoking text messages or online forum
    • Text 25729 to start receiving texts
    • More information
    • Free and confidential telephone counseling
    • Informs you of services in the area
    • Free 2-week starter kit of patches for smokers over 18

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  • Statewide Toll-Free Number to Report Abuse

    • 1 (800) 342-37203
  • The Trevor Project LGBTQ Lifeline

    • (866-488) 7386
    • For LGBTQ teens who may be struggling with problems and thoughts of suicide. Will connect you with a trained volunteer
    • TrevorChat
      • Online chat service to serve LGBTQ teens
      • Available 7 days a week from 3pm-9pm ET
    • TrevorText- Text “Trevor” to 1 (202) 304-1200
      • Available on Fridays 4pm-8pm ET
      • Standard text messaging rates

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