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Homebound Meal Delivery
- Meals on
Wheels - Program & Services - (845) 624-6325 - for any Rockland resident who is shut-in due to
illness, physical handicap or advanced age and who cannot shop
or cook for themselves.
- NYS Senior Citizen's Helpline: 1-800-342-9871
- TOUCH – Together Our Unity Can Heal – provides home delivery to people who are
homebound and are HIV positive or have other chronic illnesses. For more information call (845) 268-8023.
- Lose to Win (Nyack Hospital) - Nyack Hospital offers an 8 week weight loss program incorporating the latest guidelines on losing
weight safely and successfully. Lose to Win is open to adults 18 or older. Each class focuses on nutrition, exercise, and
change, and is designed to allow for discussion of participants' challenges and successes. Classes are conducted by trained Lose to Win Instructors. Please call the Community Health Education Department at Nyack Hospital at 845.348.2004 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find a location near you.
- Eat Smart New York - free nutrition education programs through Cornell Cooperative Extension which enable income eligible participants to explore meal planning, smart food
shopping, cooking, food safety and MUCH MORE! Contact Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rockland for more information at (845) 429-7085 or CLICK HERE to view their brochure or visit their website at www.rocklandcce.org
- Just Say
Yes to Fruits & Vegetables (JSY) is one of New York State's premiere nutrition
education services available to low income families. JSY is a nutrition education initiative designed to prevent overweight/obesity and reduce long term chronic disease risks through the promotion of
increased fruit and vegetable consumption. Using nutrition education workshops and food demonstrations, JSY works to ensure low-income families in New
York eat nutritious foods, make the most of their food budgets and prepare foods in a safe manner. Each workshop provides practical nutrition information using USDA approved lesson plans, recipes and
cooking demonstrations using fruits and vegetables.
- Breastfeeding Promotion and Support
Program provides breastfeeding counseling, presentations, support groups, and guidance for
employers on establishing a worksite lactation program. Contact Rockland County Dept of Health at (845) 364-3786 for more information.
Pet Food Pantry
- Mutt's & Meow's Pet Food Pantry - Meals on
Wheels of Rockland - 121 West Nyack Rd., Nanuet (845)
- Jazzy's Place at Bridges (formerly Rockland
Independent Living Center) 873 Rte. 45, New City, (845) 624-1366
Valley Pet Food Pantry -The Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry was founded in 2010 as a non-profit
organization. It was established to help individuals and families who need assistance with feeding their pets because of job loss or
other hardship. We offer assistance to fixed-income senior citizens, the disabled, veterans, and others who qualify because they lack the financial resources to properly feed
their pets. For more information call (914) 907-3487.
For More Information:
DIAL 211 - Hudson Valley Region Community OS - United Way's
2-1-1 Helpline is a free, confidential , multilingual service to asist the public in finding the answers to a variety of Health and Human Services. It is open 365 days per
or visit Rockland County's Health Department website for a complete list of their programs and services at: