Health Care Advocacy and Mediation
- Community Health Advocate
Open Door Medical Group
Do not need insurance to see a doctor. Open to everyone regardless of status. Call for fees based on service required.
Help Applying for Health Insurance
Yonkers Chamber of Commerce
Westchester County Department of Health
Health Insurance Access Program
$4 prescription refills
Visit the WCC Food Pantry M-F from 11AM-1PM
List of Local Food Pantries
SNAP (Food Stamps)
If you’re over 21, working 20+ hours/week or have work study while attending school, you might be eligible.
Catholic Charities can help answer questions you may have and assist you with the application process.
Brewster: (845) 279-5276
Yonkers: (914) 476-2700
Legal Services of the Hudson Valley
FREE Legal Representation:
- Domestic Violence
- Disability Advocacy
- LGBTQ Legal Protection
- And More
Main Office (White Plains): (914) 949-1305
Hudson Valley Justice Center
- Workers’ Rights
Yonkers: (914) 308-3490
My Sisters’ Place
Domestic Violence Support
- Residential Services
- Legal Support
Pace Women’s Justice Center
Legal services to victims of Domestic Violence or Elder Abuse
Legal Helpline: (914) 287-0739
Victims Assistance Services
Works with survivors of rape, sexual assault, and abuse.
24/7 Rape Crisis Hotline: (914) 345-9111
Custody and Visitation Mediation
Westchester Mediation Center, a program of Cluster Community Services
Information and support—whether financial, domestic, health or disaster-related.
Free, confidential referral and information helpline.
Call 2-1-1 or hudson211.org
St. Vincent’s Hospital Westchester
Walk-in evaluations available 24/7 at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Harrison.
24/7 Evaluation and Referral Services: (914) 925-5320 or toll free (855) 239-0019
Crisis Prevention and Response Team (Westchester County): (914) 925-5959
New York Presbyterian
Westchester Medical Center
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Westchester Community College-Personal Counseling
Smart Child Care
Helps guide parents to finding the right child- care for their children.
Homeless/Temporary Shelter: Westchester County
The Office of Temporary Housing Assistance provides temporary shelter to homeless families, singles and childless couples.
Department of Social Services: district offices open Monday to Friday 8:30-5 pm
Warming Shelters/Drop-In Shelters located throughout Westchester County
Emergency Services: 914-995-2099
Off-Campus Housing in Westchester County:
Several ways to find housing while attending community college. For example: find a roommate and share an apartment, rent a room in a private house, or rent an apartment/sublet.
Westchester County Website
Rentals and purchase homes/ lottery/affordable housing
Westchester Residential Opportunities, INC (WRO)
Information about rentals and vacancies throughout Westchester. Information about Section 8, and subsidized housing.
Homeless/Shelter: New York City/Bronx
Home Base provider: 311
Contact Come Home NYC at 212-284-7240
Connects homeless families into affordable housing