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1 ORGANIZATION NUMBER DETAILS ACI Drug Treatment Program Addictions Recovery Advocate for the Disabled Alcohol/Drug Treatment Referral Alcohol Advice Support & Referrals Al-Anon Family Group American Cancer Society ACS American Heart Association AHA-USA1 American School Councelors Association Boy's/Girl's Town National Hotline Bureau of Justice Statistics Center for Disease Control CDC-INFO Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Civilian Complaint Review Board Compulsive Gambling LOST-BET Conifer Park, Albany Area Domestic Violence Hotline Family Anonymous Family Resource Center Federal Aviation Administration Focus on Recovery Gamblers Anonymous Help Line Drugs and Alcohol Human Resource Administration Hotline LifeNet Mothers Against Drink Driving GET-MADD National Council on Alcoholism

2 National Mental Health Information Line National Center for Exploited Children National Institute on Drug Abuse HELP New York State Child Abuse and Neglect of New York New York Council on Problem Gambling New York State Department of Health New York State Drug Abuse Hotline New York State Abuse Information Line Office of Juvenile Justice Public Housing Information Runaway Switch Board Sexually Trasmitted Disease Social Security Students Against Descructive Decisions

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5 ORGANIZATION NUMBER DETAILS Adult Protective Services Advanced Center for Psychotherapy Airport - JFK Airport - LaGuardia Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholism Council of New York and Training Service SOBER American Lung Association LUNG-USA Arab-American Family Support Center Arthritis Foundation, New York Chapter Arista Center for Psychotherapy Association of the Blind Battered Women's Legal Sanctuary Brooklyn Legal Services Brooklyn AIDS Task Force Extension 14 Caribbean Women's Health Association Catholic Charities Rockaway Mental Health Services Center for Children and Families of Domestic Violence NCCEV Center for Elimination of Violence in the Family Chinese-American Planning Council Choices Women's Medical Center Cocaine Anonymous Columbia University Depression Clinic Community Health Care Network Comprehensive Counseling Center Counseling Center for Personal Growth Damon House Drug and Alcohol Inpatient Treatment Daytop Village, Inc ext. 201 Drug and Alcohol Treatment Elderly Crime Resource Service NYC Department for the Aging Epilepsy Foundation of New York

6 Food and Drug Administration Gamblers Treatment Center Gay and Lesbian Issues Haitian Women's Program Harlem Dowling Westside Center for Children and Family Services Andrew Heiskell Library for the Blind and Visually Impaired Hispanic AIDS Forum Jamaica Family Center Jamaica Maternity Infant Care Jamaica Services Program Korean-American Family Services Center Liberty Management Group, Inc Substance Abuse Program Learning Disabilities Help Line Legal Aid Society of New York Lexington School and Center for the Deaf Lighthouse International Marijuana Anonymous Additional: Mental Health Association of NY Mental Health Legal Services Mental Hygiene Legal Services Mood Disorders Narcotics Anonymous NDRI Drug and Alcohol Referral Service National Center for Learning Disabilities New Horizon Counseling Center New York Asian Women's Center New York Association for New Americans New York City Department of Aging

7 New York City Department of Probation ml New York City on Human Rights New York City Department of Homeless Services New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center Partnership for Children Park Slope Mental Health Center Paul J Cooper Center for Human Services Drug and Alcohol Treatment People of Color in Crisis HIV / AIDS Pills Anonymous Project Reach Youth, Inc Family Learning Center / Project Safe Program for Teens Saint John's University Center for Psychological Services and Clinical Studies Queensboro Council for Social Welfare Queens Children's Psychiatric Center Queens County Neuro-Psychiatric Institute Queens District Attorney Domestic Violence Unit Queens Legal Services Queens Hospital Center Crisis Center Samaritans Sanctuary for Families Sexually Transmitted Diseases Saint John's Bread and Life Soup kitchen, medical services, HIV / AIDS and alcohol and substance abuse counceling. All services are free State Wide Black and Puerto Rican / Latino Substance Abuse Task Force Victim Services Agency Safe Horizon

8 Visions Services for the Blind and the Visually Impaired Women Helping Women

9 ORGANIZATION Action on Smoking and Health NUMBER American Indian Institute Co-Anon Family Groups Compulsive Gambling Debtors Anonymous Domestic Violence Anonymous SAFE(7233) Eating Addictions Anonymous National Alliance for Hispanic Health National Asian Pacific American Families Againt Substance Abuse National Association for Native American Children of Alcoholics National Black Alcoholism and Addictions Council NBAC-ORG National Black Child Development Institute Overeaters Anonymous Patient Abuse Hotline S-ANON International Family Groups, Inc Sexaholics Anonymous

10 Sex Anonymous Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous US Department of Education Workaholics Anonymous

11 DETAILS The American Indian Institute staff is committed to helping you obtain the information you need about our Native resources, conferences, workshops or trainings so The Co-Anon Family Groups have but one purpose-to help the family members and friends of someone who is addicted to cocaine or other mind-altering substances. NANACoA - seattle indian health board? S-Anon is a program of recovery for those who have been affected by someone else's sexual behavior.

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13 rkshops or trainings so that you can better achieve your wellness goals. ind-altering substances.

14 ORGANIZATION ADDRESS Wexford Terrace, Jamaica Estates, NY Services Advanced Center for Psychotherapy th Road Forest Hills, NY, Arista Center for Psychotherapy st Rd # 111 Flushing, NY, Asian-American Mental Health Service th Street,room 204, Jackson Heights, NY Brooklyn Center for Psychotherapy 300 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn NY, Bleuler Psychotherapy Queens Boulevard, FI 2, Forest Hills, NY, Catholic Charities Mental Health Center 191 Joralemon Street Brooklyn NY Astoria Boulevard, Astoria, NY, th Street, Hollis, NY, Child Center of New York Queens Boulevard Woodside, NY Comprehensive Counseling Center Queens Blvd, Rego Park, NY, Creedmoor Psychiatric Center Winchester Blvd, Queens Village, NY Family Consultation Center for Mental Health Jamaica Ave, Queens Village, NY, Fifth Avenue Center for Counseling and Psychotherapy 10 E. 21st St. (Broadway & 5th Ave), NY, NY Fordham Treatment Community Mental Health Center 2021 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY, Forestdale Fathering Initiative th Street, Forest Hills, NY, Glendale Human Service Center 329 East 62nd Street New York, NY Karen Horney Clinic for Therapeutic Services Holliswood Hospital Palermo Street Holliswood, NY Jamaica Clinic at the Queens Gudiance Center Jamaica Community Support Services Long Island Consultation Center for Mental Health Road Forest Hills, NY Manic and Depressive Support Group Neighborhood Help Center for Mental Health

15 Mental Health Counseling HotLine Mental Hygiene Legal Service Postgraduate Center for Psychotherapy Queens County Neuro-Psychiatric Institute nd St Flushing, NY Queens County Mental Health 8045 Winchester Blvd, Queens Village, NY The HIP Queens Mental Health Services 160 West End Avenue, Suite 1N, NY, NY The New York Center for Counseling Services New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center for Psychotherapy 120 West 12th Street, NY, NY Training Institute for Mental Health 115 West 27th Street, 4th Floor, NY, NY Western Queens Consultation Center for Mental Health th Avenue, Jackson Heights, NY 11372

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20 Alcoholics Anonymous General Service PHONE ADDRESS 475 Riverside Drive, New York, NY AA meetings Alcoholics Al-Anon Family Group PHONE ADDRESS Main Office, P.O. Box 862, Midtown Station Group counseling Relationship to an alcoholic / Adults and children American Indian Community House PHONE ADDRESS 404 Lafayette Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY Outpatient Native American Arms, Acres, Columbus Circle / Alcohol and Substance Abuse Outpatient Clinic PHONE ADDRESS 1841 Broadway (at 60th Street), Suite 300, New York, NY Outpatient alcohol and substance abuse treatment, crisis intervention, dual focus, family services, women's groups, Latino programs, DMV evaluations, DWI program and triangle program Adolescent and adult Medicaid, private insurance Cornerstone Medical Arts Treatment PHONE / ADDRESS 57 West 57th Street, New York, NY hour admission, detox units, in and outpatient treatment

21 Male, female, adolescent and family programs Medicaid, private insurance Covenant House PHONE ADDRESS 460 West 41st Street, New York, NY Mother / child unit, AIDS treatment, young adults, rite of passage, crisis center Under 21, male and female Daytop Village (Main Office) PHONE ADDRESS 54 West 40th Street, New York, NY Drug free / residential and outpatient, adolescent and pregnant adolescent Sliding scale, private insurance, Medicaid Gracie Square Hospital / Dual-Focus PHONE ADDRESS 420 East 76th Street, New York, NY Inpatient with detox / outpatient clinic Private insurance Greenwich House AIDS Services / AIDS / Mental Health Program / Substance Abuse PHONE ADDRESS 80 5th Avenue (14th Street), New York, NY Group, family and individual counseling Must be HIV (male and female) Medicaid, private insurance Greenwich House AIDS Services / Greenwich House West PHONE ADDRESS 24 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011

22 Methadone program Medicaid International Center for Disabled PHONE ADDRESS 340 East 24th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY Drug free / residential, outpatient, relapse, intervention / family group Sliding scale Legal Action Center PHONE ADDRESS 153 Waverely Place, New York, NY Employment discrimination to ex-substance abuser and ex-offenders, HIV related cases No restrictions Project Renewal Alcoholism Outpatient Clinic PHONE ADDRESS 8 East 3rd Street, New York, NY Individual / group counseling for dually diagnosed, therapeutic community, long term treatment Homeless males Medicaid New York Society for the Deaf / Tanya Towers Community Residence PHONE ADDRESS 620 East 13th Street, New York, NY Support services, residence for people who are deaf Medicaid Smithers Addictions Institute / Addiction Institute of New York PHONE

23 ADDRESS th Avenue (between 58th and 59th Streets), New York, NY Detox, in and outpatient Medicaid, private insurance Veritas Therapeutic Community, Inc / Young Mothers, Infants and Toddlers Program PHONE ADDRESS 68 West 106th Street, New York, NY Substance abuse, inpatient treatment Female Medicaid Women in Need, Inc PHONE ADDRESS 115 West 31st Street, New York, NY Outpatient alcohol / substance abuse Women and their children Medicaid Women's Shelter Transitional Living Community PHONE ADDRESS 350 Lafayette Street, New York, NY Residence Must be homeless (women only)

24 Phoenix House, Springfield / MICA Community Residence PHONE ADDRESS th Avenue (Bldg A/7 North), Springfield Gardens, NY Mental illness, alcohol and substance abuse Male and Female Medicaid, Private Insurance Phoenix House, Queens Village / Continuing Day Treatment / Outpatient PHONE ADDRESS Winchester Boulevard, Bldg #21, 3rd Fl., Queens Village, NY Chemical dependancy, mental illness Male and Female Medicaid, Private Insurance AIDS Center of Queens County PHONE ADDRESS th Avenue, Jamaica, NY HIV / AIDS counseling, No restrictions Medicaid, Private Insurance Adolescents In Need Prevention Services PHONE ADDRESS 119th Avenue and Merrick Boulevard, Jamaica, NY Individual, group counseling and family counseling, advocacy, and parent effectiveness training Families with children 10 to 16 years of age All services are free Allen Women's Resource Counseling Center PHONE ADDRESS P.O. Box Rochdale Station, Jamaica, NY Citywide service. 24 hour hotline (crisis intervention), 24 hour shelters, safe houses, therapy / long term counseling (for shelter residents only), day care services and children's group services

25 Domestic violence survivors and minor children Sliding scale Arms Acres, Kew Gardens / Alcohol and Substance Abuse Outpatient Clinic PHONE ADDRESS Kew Gardens Road, New York Out-patient alcohol and substance abuse treatment, crisis intervention, family services, women's group, Latino program, DWI evaluation and triangle program Adolescent and adult Medicaid, private insurance and self-pay Aurora Concept, Inc PHONE ADDRESS Parsons Boulevard, Flushing, NY Drug free / residential; Drug free / day care Sliding scale Board of Health PHONE ADDRESS Parsons Boulevard, Jamaica, NY Refers out to other agencies No restriction, except minor must have parental consent Catholic Charities (Mental Health) PHONE ADDRESS Myrtle Avenue, Glendale, NY Outpatient, family counseling Residents of Woodside, Ridgewood, Glendale and Maspeth Sliding scale Community Mediations Services PHONE

26 ADDRESS rd Street, Jamaica, NY Will serve any two parties willing to resove a dispute through mediation, including domestic violence, provided the mistreatment is not physical Borough of Queens residents only Center for Children and Families, Domestic Violence Services (Safe Space) PHONE ADDRESS st Street, Jamaica, NY Crisis intervention counseling, peer counseling, individual and group services, referral services, violence intervention group for men, peer education, internship, teen relationship abuse, and parenting teens Queens residents only. Women and children who have been primary and / or secondary victims of domestic violence Day Top Village, Inc PHONE ADDRESS Merrick Boulevard, Jamaica, NY Inpatient treatment Medicaid, private insurance Day Top Village, Inc PHONE ADDRESS 316 Beach Street, Far Rockaway, NY Inpatient treatment (entry and re-entry) Medicaid, private insurance Elder Abuse Project / Safety Department / Jamaica Service Program for Older Adults, Inc PHONE ADDRESS Jamaica Avenue, 3rd Floor, Jamaica, NY 11451

27 Crisis counseling - short term, victim compensation assistance, court-related information, financial service, case consultation, transportation, referrals home / hospital visits when required Primary and secondary victims of elder abuse, 45 and over. Bilingual counselors are available ELMCOR PHONE ADDRESS Northern Boulevard, Corona, NY Day / evening services, therapy, counseling for drug users. They are monitored and referred to a treatment center Sliding scale Faith Mission PHONE ADDRESS Van Wyck Expressway, South Ozone Park, NY Crisis service (Inpatient) Family Court Reception Center / Victims Services PHONE ADDRESS Parsons Boulevard - Room 357, Jamaica, NY Immediate crisis counseling, victim compensation assistance, court related services, transportation, referrals for shelter, counseling or other services Borough of Queens residents only Family Consultants Community Service PHONE ADDRESS Jamaica Avenue, Queens Village, NY Crisis intervention, advocacy education, individual and group counseling, family therapy, referrals, psychological, psychiatric and neurological evaluations, Bilingual (English, Spanish and Haitian Creole) counseling services

28 Families in crisis situations including victims of sexual assaults and domestic violence, also issues around child abuse and neglect, family rehabilitation program. Children under the age of 18, who are at risk of being placed in foster care, families who have been reported to State Central Registry, mothers addicted to drugs, substance abusing mothers who have given birth to a child with passive toxicology Federation and Employment Guidance Services / Queens Day Habilitation Service PHONE ADDRESS Little Neck Parkway, Queens Village, NY Developmentally disabled activity groups. Services are provided under the Medical Waiver and offer individuals with developmental disabilities the opportunity to participate more fully in their communities Developmentally disabled adults HANAC Substance Abuse Program, Inc PHONE ADDRESS th Avenue, Astoria, NY Outpatient treatment Sliding scale Jamaica Salvation Army / Women's Drug Free Shelter PHONE ADDRESS th Street, Jamaica, NY Homeless / drug free Women only, will assist in getting Medicaid Jamaica Office / Victims Services (Safe Horizon) PHONE ADDRESS th Street, Jamaica, NY 11452

29 Immediate crisis counseling - short term, victim compensation assistance (depends on each situation), support group - battered women, court related services, emergency transportation, financial services (individual cases), referrals to other services, emergency housing workshops. Bilingual counseling service offered Borough of Queens residents only J-CAP PHONE / ADDRESS Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, NY Residential program, counseling, behavior modification Medicaid, private insurance J-CAP Day Service Drug-Free Treatment / Ambulatory Admissions PHONE ADDRESS South Road, Jamaica, NY In and outpatient treatment Medicaid, private insurance Legal Aid Society of New York / Queens Neighborhood Office PHONE ADDRESS Queens Boulevard - 3rd Floor, Kew Gardens, NY Legal advice, legal representation for domestic victims in the area of housing, custody, visitation, divorce, public assistance, consumer issues and Immigration. Languages spoken: English, Creole, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish, Tagalog; other languages can be arranged Low income (serving all of Queens) Long Island Consultation Center, Inc / Alcoholism Outpatient Clinic PHONE ADDRESS th Road, Rego Park, NY Outpatient treatment

30 Medicaid, private insurance Mary Immaculate Hospital PHONE ADDRESS th Avenue, Jamaica, NY Methadone maintenance (outpatient) No restrictions Sliding scale, private insurance New Spirit II, Inc / Chemical Dependancy and Family Services Program PHONE ADDRESS South Road, Jamaica, NY Outpatient chemical dependancy counceling, family counseling, DWI program, vocational counseling, psychiatric evaluation, and gender specific groups No restrictions Medicaid, Medicare, HIP, private insurance and sliding scale Special Victims Bureau / Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Program PHONE ADDRESS Kew Gardens Road - 1st Floor, Kew Gardens, NY Emergency room advocacy, counseling and crisis intervention, group counseling, referrals, legal advocay, volunteer programs, etc Female and male victims / survivors of rape, sexual assault, incest and domestic violence and their friends and family. Languages spoken: English, Spanish, Hindi, Gujarati and Hebrew. Serving all of Queens Queens Legal Services Corporation / Domestic Violence and Advocacy: Project Hotline PHONE (24 hour hotline) ADDRESS Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, NY Court related services, immigration assistance, counseling, divorce, support groups, housing and social groups, housing and social service referrals Borough of Queens residents only

31 Outreach Projects PHONE ADDRESS Woodhaven Boulevard, Woodhaven, NY Residential / drug / alcohol program / counseling, years old Sliding scale Phoenix House PHONE ADDRESS Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, NY Long term inpatient treatment for drug addiction No restrictions Medicaid or other insurance Psychiatric and Addictions / Recovery Service PHONE ADDRESS Queens Boulevard, Suite 2E, Rego Park, NY Outpatient, day treatment (ages 12-65) Medicaid Queens Child Guidance Center, Inc PHONE ADDRESS nd Street, Jamaica, NY Psychotherapy for adolescents. Alcohol and substance abuse treatment for women only Adolescent boys and girls Medicaid, private insurance, sliding scale Queens Hospital Center / Adult Drug Treatment PHONE ADDRESS th Street, 7th Floor, Jamaica, NY DWI program, detoxification / drugs and alcohol (outpatient)

32 No restrictions Medicaid, private insurance, sliding scale Queens Psychiatry (Neighborhood Health Center) PHONE ADDRESS Guy R. Brewer Boulevard, Jamaica, NY Mental health services Medicaid, private insurance, sliding scale Queens Independent Living Center, Inc PHONE ADDRESS Queens Boulevard, Jamaica, NY TEAM (Trainsition to employment through advocacy and mentoring). Group individual futures planning, counseling, independent living skills and employment, readiness experiences for legally blind youth. Mentors who are blind will be matched with youth. Information groups for parents. Languages spoken: Chinese, English, Polish, Spanish and Sign Language for the Deaf Adults and adolescents who are legally blind Queens J-CAP Residential Unit PHONE ADDRESS Baisley Boulevard, Saint Albans, NY Inpatient treatment for chemical dependancy Medicaid Samaritan Village PHONE ADDRESS Queens Boulevard, Rego Park, NY Drug free / residential; family groups, shelter No restrictions Sliding scale

33 Samaritan Village, Inc PHONE ADDRESS th Road, Jamaica, NY Inpatient treatment for chemical dependancy Medicaid Stalking Unit / Victims Services (Safe Horizon) PHONE ADDRESS Queens Boulevard, Kew Gardens, NY Citywide. Crisis intervention and practical assistance, advocacy with the criminal justic system, safety planning and risk assessment, short term individual counseling, referrals, help with NYS Crime Victims Board applications, presentations, training and community outreach Citywide Transitional Service for New York PHONE / ADDRESS Hillside Avenue, Queens Village, NY Resident / outpatient, Spanish speaking Medicaid United Queens Center for Progress PHONE ADDRESS th Street, Jamaica, NY Job training. After evaluation, training in food service, porter maintenance and shipping areas. Cap: 120. Separate / day training workshops for non-ambulatory demonstrating appropriate work behavior and interest. Languages spoken: English, Sigh language for the deaf, Spanish and Yiddish To provide high quality needed services to children and adults with Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities. Services will be individually designed to maximize the range and quality of life choices Venture House

34 PHONE ADDRESS Hillside Avenue, Jamaica, NY Psycho-social club, assistance with employment, housing, will assist in getting Medicaid Volunteers of America: Queens Forensic Link Program PHONE ADDRESS Jamaica Avenue - 5th Floor, Jamaica, NY Linkage to community services: mental health program, substance abuse, assistance with housing, peer support groups (Axis diagnosis)

35 Anchor House, Inc / Drug Residential Rehabilitation Program PHONE ADDRESS 976 Park Place, Brooklyn, NY Inpatient treatment Medicaid Bedford / Stuyvesant Alcoholism Treatment Center / Outpatient Clinic PHONE ADDRESS 1121 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Outpatient treatment Private insurance Bensonhurst Mental Health Council, Inc PHONE ADDRESS th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Drug free / outpatient, child and family services Sliding scale BRC Human Services / Fulton House PHONE ADDRESS 2570 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY Inpatient Resident, two year program (male and female) Social Service Insurance, public asssitance Bushwick Family Services Networking of New York / Harms Reduction Program PHONE ADDRESS 1639 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY HIV counseling, testing and needle exchange

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