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Rockland Community Against Hunger

209 N Route 9W

Congers, NY 10920

 

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Read about how we distributed over 2,000,000 pounds of healthy food to food pantries and soup kitchens throughout Rockland County

 

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Read about us to find out more about the food pantries, soup kitchens and other related programs in Rockland County.

Specialized Programs & Services

The following services are available in Rockland County.  PLEASE CONTACT THEM DIRECTLY for additional information about services and eligibility.

 

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 year.  

Other Specialized Agencies

Agency

Address / Phone

Description

BRIDGES

(formerly: Rockland Independet Living Center)

873 Rte 45, Suite 108.
New City

(845) 624-1316

The mission of the BRiDGES is to provide advocacy and leadership in the creation and development of an accessible and integrated community for people with disabilities, so that they may pursue lifestyles of their choice.

Center for Safety & Change

(formerly: Rockland Family Shelter)

9 Johnsons La.
New City

(845) 623-1213

Center for Safety & Change is a nonprofit, tax-exempt community organization serving victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other violent crimes in Rockland County, New York. Since its inception in 1979.

Child Care Resources of Rockland, Inc. 

 425 N. Main St.

Spring Valley

(845) 425-0009

The mission of Child Care Resources of Rockland, Inc. (CCRR) is to promote, support and enhance the healthy development of all children by providing resource and referral services for families seeking accessible, affordable, quality early childhood and school age care and education.

Epilepsy Society of Rockland Food Pantry

450 W Nyack Rd Ste 9

West Nyack

(845) 627-0627

THE MISSION of the Epilepsy Society of Southern New York, Inc., and Capabilities Partnership Inc., is to provide comprehensive services to people with epilepsy and other neurological, physical and developmental disabilities and their families for the promotion of independence and quality of life.

Good Counsel Homes

800-723-8331

To help homeless, pregnant women in a safe, secure environment

HACSO

(Haitian American Cultural & Social Organization)

24 West Street/ P.O. Box 477
Spring Valley

845-352-5897

HACSO Community Center, Inc. is a non-profit grass-root community organization established in Rockland since 1974 to create a community where immigrants can achieve self-sufficiency, ultimately enabling them to become active contributors to the economic and cultural development of their community.

Head Start of Rockland

(Multiple Locations)

ALL (845) area code:

Spring Valley 352-6671

Haverstraw - 429-2225

Monsey -  356-7213

New Square - 354-2282

Nyack - 358-2234

Head Start of Rockland is a leading provider of comprehensive and nationally accredited preschool and early childhood education and preschool special education services for low income children and their families in Rockland County.

 Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry

 (914) 907-3487

The Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry was founded in 2010 as a non-profit organization 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 feed their pets.

Lexington Center for Recovery

Airmont - 
100 Rte 59, L1
845.369.9701

W. Haverstraw - Samsondale Plaza
45 S. Rte 9W, 209
845.947.3810

Our mission is to assure that the needs of those affected by substance abuse are addressed in a holistic approach to service delivery with the recognition that successful recovery comes with a loving circle of support.

Meals on Wheels of Rockland

121 West Nyack Rd, Nanuet

(845) 624 .MEAL (6325)

To serve the homebound, seniors & others in Rockland County through a multipurpose agency which focuses on nutritional, recreational and social support programs.

Open Arms

74 Hudson Ave, Haverstraw

(845) 429-4793

 

Open Arms, Inc is a drug or alcohol rehabilitation center with a primary focus on substance abuse treatment. The facility provides halfway house services to the public. The treatment center provides residential long-term treatment care. There are special groups and programs for women and men.

Project Turning Point

(845) 589-0456

Since 1984, Project Turning Point (PTP) has provided temporary emergency shelter and counseling for a vulnerable population of youth ages 14-21 who are homeless or in a crisis, and who are at risk for hunger, violence, and sexual exploitation. Runaway and Homeless Youth are provided with shelter for up to 30 days.

TOUCH - Together Our Unity Can Heal

209 Rt.9W Congers

(845) 268-8023

Over the past twenty years TOUCH's Nutrition program "Eating Well" has become one of the most comprehensive nutrition programs in the Hudson Valley. With funding from The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley, TOUCH's Eating Well Program is open to the public who are in need of food pantry items. Additional funding allows people living with HIV disease and other chronic illness the ability to access our Nutrition Program.

WestCOP of Rockland

17 W. Broad St.

Haverstraw

(845) 728-0688

WestCOP's mision is to mobilize and effectively manage resources that will help the low-income and at-risk populations of Rockland become more self-sufficient. Currently, we administer over 24 programs adressing almost every social need including community action, early childhood development, employment and training, victims assistance and training, weatherization and foster grandparents. 

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