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1 Alcohol Programs Inpatient Arms Acres ; Conifer Park Patty Espinal for referrals Cornerstone of Medical Arts Center Hospital (718) Phoenix House Brooklyn: ( 718) Harlem: (212) Phelps Memorial Hospital Smithers/St. Luke s Roosevelt Alcohol Programs Outpatient Narco Freedom: Independence Soundview-Throggs Neck St Barnabas Alternative to Incarceration Fortune Society Alternative to Incarceration YOUTH Bronx Connect CASES Center for Community Alternatives: Youth Advocacy Program The Children's Aid Society: Next Generation Center (718) Claremont Neighborhood Center, Inc.; Boys 2 Men program The Dome Project, inc Exalt Youth (Brooklyn) (347) Fortune Society Friends of the Island Academy International Center for Disabled: Youth Employment Services (YES) Program Phoenix Academy Alternative to Incarceration/Women Women's Prison Association Anger Management Full Circle Health Mercy Center Queens Center for Change PAC Exodus House Anti-Violence Programs Alianza Dominicana Center for Anti-Violence Education (718)

2 Family Wellness Program/ The Children's Aid Society Safe Horizon/DV Accountability Program STEPS to End Family Violence Community Service Options Bronx Community Solutions Bronx Educational Alliance Nos Quedamos/We Stay Salvation Army Counseling Parnes Clinic - family tx PuertoRican Family Institute Domestic Violence Alternatives to Violence Fordham Tremont Community Mental Health Center CHOICES Program Interborough Developmental and Consultation Center New Start Services-Intervention Program- Bernard Puerto Rican Family Prevention Services Safe Horizon P Safe Homes Project - Good Shepherd Services (Brooklyn) / 24 hour domestic violence hotline: HOPE Safe Horizon emergency line HOPE (4673) STEPS to End Family Violence TAP Barrier Free Living Kaerensa A. Craft, LCSW Nazy Kaffashan Dr. Samuel Aymer Drug Treatment Programs, Inpatient: Adolescents Camalot Daytop Village ; Intake Dynamic Youth Community (718) Odyssey House admissions;

3 Phoenix Academy Promesa admissions x4 Veritas ext. 502 Drug Treatment Programs, Inpatient: Co-ed Addicts' Rehab Center (212) X30, x33, x39 Arms Acres Conifer Park ; Intake: Cornerstone x3077 Daytop Village Adlt.Inpt. Intake: Holliswood Hospital J-Cap Palladia - Star Hill Odyssey House /5151/5110 Phoenix House // Project Renewal Project Return Promesa Samaritan Village St. Luke's Su Casa The Educational Alliance: Pride Site I & II Pride Site1 (all male) ; Site 2 (co-ed) Veritas VIP Residential Willard Treatment Facility Drug Treatment Programs, Inpatient: Men Argus Community/Argus IV BASICS , x132 Damon House Intake Fax: Phase Piggy Back (Striver House) Project Renewal Drug Treatment Programs, Inpatient: Methadone Promesa fax: Drug Treatment Programs, Inpatient: Women Only/Women and Children La Casita Narco Freedom: Regenerations Project Greenhope Veritas ext. 502 Drug Treatment Programs, Outpatient Albert Einstein: Center for Drug-Free Living Albert Einstein: Next-Step

4 Albert Einstein: Melrose on Track , Argus Arms Acres BASICS (718) Bridge Back to Life Center / Columbia Create Inc Greenwich House Jacobi Medical Cnt - Family & Youth Addiction Program Montefiore - New Directions Recovery Cnt Mrs. A's Day Treatment Program Narco Freedom: Alternatives / Intake Narco Freedom: Children and Families Together Narco Freedom: New Beginnings or Osborne Osborne Association/La Fuente Phoenix House: Impact Project Greenhope Project Renewal Realization Center ; (212) Samaritan Village Seafield Center Soundview Throggs Neck Community Mental Health Ctr.- Glebe Avenue (718) Success Counseling Services, Inc St. Barnabas St. Lukes Roosevelt Outpatient Clinical Substance Abuse Disorders Program intake: St. Lukes Roosevelt Discovery Cnt Taylormayd, Inc ; cell: United Bronx Parents Veritas VIP ; main office -health svcs Women In Need Bronx Intake / , x310

5 Educational and Employment Services Advocates for Children fax(212) Argus Community, Inc: Job Horizons; Elizabeth L Sterns Program Argus Community/New Leaf Brooklyn Workforce Innovations Bridge Back to Life Center / CASES: Bronx Court Employment Project CEO Academy x 202 (212) ext. 358 or 378 The College Initiative Dress for Success Exodus House FEGS Fortune Society: The College Initiative (CI) ext 358 Getting Out Staying Out Henry Street Settlement ICD Job Corps Literacy Partners Mercy Center NEW-Nontraditional Employment for Women (646) New York City Vocational Training Center , 67 New York School to Work Alliance Non-Traditional Employment for Women (NEW) Per Scholas, Inc. 718/ Phipps Opportunity Center The Point Project Renewal (212) x432 Rocking the Boat (718) South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (SOBRO) ; STRIVE: East Harlem Employment Service The Dome Project, inc Times Sq Inc Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities (VESID) YES Program Young Adult Outreach Initiative (YAOI) Fathers Programs Friends to Fathers at Friends of the Island Academy

6 The Fatherhood Program - Youth At Risk x 244 Claremont Neighborhood Center, Inc x105 & x115 Dads United for Parenting/Times Square Ink Food Pantry BronxWorks Part of the Solution Food & Hunger Hotline HIV/AIDS BronxWorks HASA (718) Project Samaritan AIDS Svcs Homelessness Drop-in Centers Citizen's Advice Bureau The Living Room Coalition for Homeless- 129 Fulton St Coalition for Homeless - 42 Street Coalition for the Homeless Homelessness Drop-in Centers/ Adolescents Ali Forney Center - Day Center Covenant House (212) The Door (212) Street Works Homelessness Shelters Bellevue Men s Shelter BRC Brooklyn Women s Shelter (BWS) (718) Jamaica Women s Shelter (718) Missionaries of Charity St Josephs res Volunteers of America Homelessness/Shelters/Adolescents Ali Forney Center - Day Center Covenant House (212) The Door (212) Street Works Homelessness/Transitional Living Adolescents Create Young Adult Center Green Chimneys Triangle Tribe Apartment Program Hetrick Martin Independence Inn (St. Christopher-Ottilie) , ; Boys

7 Inwood House ; Elise intake at Maternity placement downtown Street Works Telephone Turning Point Iesha Moore, Project Coordinaor, Housing, General Bridge Back to Life Center Bowery Residents Committee (212) CUCS St. Christopher's Inn ext 845 Pathways To Housing (cell); , ext 1145 Legal Assistance Referrals Legal Action Center New York City Family Justice Center -Bronx p: The Door (212) Urban Justice Center Fax LGBTQ Services Bx Community Pride Center, Inc (718) Green Chimneys Triangle Tribe Apartment Program Medical/Hospitals Open-It Clinic Coler goldwater memorial hospital , 3324, 5222, 6500 HRA Home Care Program (718) New Transitions Montefiore Mental Health Bellevue Hospital Bronx Children's Psychiatric Center Callen-Lorde Community Health Center (212) FEGS / South Bronx Counseling Center Geel Community Svcs, Psychosocial Clubhouse (718) Metropolitan Hospital walk-in clinic MLK clinic on e. Tremont. (718) New Beginnings Community Counseling Center Postgraduate Center for Mental Health E Side ; W Side ; C33 Soundview Throgs Neck Community Mental Health Center South Bronx Mental Health Council St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center- Women's Health Project , St. Vincent's walk-in mental health clinic Sydney Hillman Family Practice 212/

8 Vida Guidance Center Mental Illness - Medication SPAN (Service Planning Assistance Network) Bronx am-5pm 500 Bergen / Manhattan / Bk "MR" and Developmental Disabilities Association for the help of retarded children (AHRC) International Center for Disabled (ICD) Sinergia Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities (VESID) YAI - National Institute for People With Disabilities Network Mentoring and Youth Counseling Big Brothers Big Sisters - Young Mothers Program Full Circle Health Post Graduate Center for Mental Health - Child Clinic (212) Stanley Isaac's Center The Dome Project, inc. (212) MICA Inpatient Programs Arms Acres ? Conifer Park Daytop (212) Harbor House fax Odyssey House /5151 Palladia Phelps Memorial Hospital Phoenix House MICA Residence ; fax Star Hill (part of Palladia) Tel: Fax: MICA Outpatient Day Treatment Programs Bridge Back to Life Center Greenwich House Parenting Skills Albert Einstein- Infant-Parent Court Affiliated Intervention Project (p) ext.3093 (c) Bronx Crisis Nursery at Prospect Family Support Center KIDS (5437) Mercy Center South Bronx Healthy Families

9 Taylormayd, Inc ; cell: Pregnant Addicts/Addicted Mothers Center for Comprehensive Health Practice Pregnant Teens Youth At Risk -Women to Women program x 244 Sex Offender Programs Inpatient Kid s Peace (212) Sex Offender Programs Outpatient

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