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For ONS Residents

Become a NSTAT Team Member

Stakeholder candidates will be selected based on many factors including, but limited to skills, community networks, commitment to creative problem solving, passion for mission, and team spirit. Contact your site Engagement Coordinator with questions about the application.

The 2022 application is open for young people to work with policymakers and communities to reimagine public safety. No prior experience necessary. Must be aged 16-22 years old. Accepted candidates will receive $400 per month.

COVID19 Resident Needs Assessment

Use this form to be connected to MAP partners (map.cityofnewyork.us) for help with SNAP/cash assistance, home food delivery, health services, senior and caregiver support, and many other direct services. We will also do our best to connect you to other neighborhood-based resources.

Sign up for our newsletter to receive highlights about what your NeighborhoodStat team is working on

Text "TEXTNSTAT" to (833) 369-3743

for updates

Domestic Violence & Conflict Resolution

Family Justice Centers (FJC)
FJC is temporarily closed, temporarily closed, however they are providing guidance on immediate safety planning, shelter assistance, community resources, and center updates.
NYC Family Justice Center, Bronx,
Call: 718-508-1220
Monday-Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM

The Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution
IMCR offers conflict mediation and coaching for individuals, pairs, and groups. If you are interested in conflict mediation or coaching for any reason, email IMCRMediate@aol.com.Visit their website at: https://www.imcr.org/

 

NYC Hope
Provides help for people that are experiencing domestic violence. Visit the website for more information: https://www1.nyc.gov/nychope/site/page/home
or call 1-800-621-4673 (HOPE)


Safe Horizon’s Citywide Helpline
NYCHA tenants seeking assistance and support can be referred tocall 1-855-234-1042


When Love Works
Join When Love Works to learn more about healthy relationships, self-care, and enjoy rewards.

Sign up at https://wlwdynamically.com/

New York Peace Institute
Offers conflict mediation and coaching for individuals, pairs, and groups. If you are interested in conflict mediation or coaching for any reason, call 718-834-6671 or visit
https://nypeace.org/get-help/ to fill out an online form.

Healthcare

NYC Well
If you are experiencing stress or feel anxious, contact NYC Well at 888-NYC-WELL (888-692-9355) or
text WELL to 65173. NYC Well is a confidential helpline that is staffed 24/7 by trained counselors who can provide support.

 

Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center

Medical clinics and IDNYC are available. Please call the centers directly for specific instructions: 855-789-8760. Located at: 158 East 115th Street, Manhattan.

Brownsville Neighborhood Health Action Center

Medical clinics and IDNYC are available. Please call the centers directly for specific instructions. 259 Bristol Street, Brooklyn, NY 11212 | Call 718-495-7283

Tremont Neighborhood Health Action Center

Medical clinics and IDNYC may still be available. Please call the centers directly for specific instructions. 1826 Arthur Avenue, Bronx, NY 10457. Call: 718-918-8700
Contact Anita at BronxActionCenter@health.nyc.gov or call 718-508-0603

Partnership for Community Health Action of Staten Island
Carolina Sirett, Director, Outreach, and Community
26 Bay Street Staten Island, New York 10304, 929-353-1224 carolina.sirett@chasiny.org

The New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center
Therapy Sessions, Intake Screenings, Psychiatric Evaluations, Medication Appointments, and other services are available for all eligible Medicaid recipients. Video and Phone sessions available, call and email for help (718) 235-3100 / CMLinden@nypcc.org | East NY: 2857 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, NY

Belvis Health Center – Mott Haven, Bronx
Free testing for NYCHA residents through testing sites operated by the NYC Health System.
545 East 142nd St., Bronx, NY 10454
Hours: 9 AM – 3 PM - No appointment necessary

Center for Health Equity and Community Wellness, Bureau of Bronx Neighborhood Health |

NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

1826 Arthur Avenue Suite 125, Bronx, NY 10457

Telephone: 718-508-0601 | Mobile: 646-941-9677

Amjad Mujaahid, MPA

amujaahid@health.nyc.gov

www.nyc.gov/health/che

Public Benefits

Human Resources Administration (HRA)
For help with Cash Assistance, SNAP benefits, contact the HRA MAP Team! Residents can request help from HRA MAP Outreach Supervisor, Dennis Flores, by using this form: https://tinyurl.com/HRAMAP by leaving a voicemail at the HRA Specialist General Voicemail Line 
(929) 221- 0050, or by emailing Hranychahelp@dss.nyc.gov

Senior Support

DFTA)
Community Advocates can connect seniors and caregivers to food resources, legal assistance, counseling on Medicare, caregiver services, elder abuse support, and mental health counseling. Contact Frank McCrea at (917) 618-1674 or fmccrea@aging.nyc.gov or call 212-AGING-NYC.

Youth

ONS Youth Leadership Council)
Follow them on Instagram at @youthleadershipcouncilnyc

Children’s Aid Society

Contact for youth programming and SYEP MAP to $uccess!

https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dycd/downloads/pdf/SYEP_2022-Maps-to-Success.pdf

Kips Bay Boys & Girls

Hosting virtual and in-person recreational and employment opportunities for young people. To find out more, visit: www.kipsbay.org.

Osborne Association Offers

Mentorship and employment opportunities for youth and young adults. Contact Bruce SimpsonBsimpson@osborneny.org

Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub

Contact for youth mentorship and employment! Call Dorin at 570-677-8302 or email dhammond@livingredemption.org.

Harlem Children's Zone

Contact for youth and family programming! Call Latasha Morgan, Director of Parent and Community
Engagement at (347) 681-2224.

Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement

Offers after-school programming and more. Contact Riis Settlement at (718) 784-7447 or info@riissettlement.org.

Food & Meals

DOE Food Hub Sites
Get Food NYC for free food locations, emergency home food delivery, pandemic EBT and more:
https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/contact/services/COVID-19FoodAssistance.shtml

Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health & Wellness Center
Works with urban agriculture organizations to distribute 100 bags of produce. For more information contact Alexis Mena at amena@bmsfhc.org

Collective Fair Catering
The MEALS FOR ALL program at 69 Belmont Avenue provides free or low-cost meals to seniors,
families in shelters, homeless individuals, and others in need. They are accepting donations of food
items. For more information contact Latoya Meaders at lmm@collectivefare.com or (929) 342-9246

GetFood NYC

Free food locations, emergency home food delivery, pandemic EBT and more:
https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/contact/services/COVID-19GetFoodNYCEmgFood.shtml


Food Pantries that Accept Reservations / Pre-Orders
Call or visit the following pantries to find out distribution hours:

St. Jerome’s Hands
330 East 138th Street
Wednesdays 4-6 PM — Call (718) 402-7866

Ro / Mercy
680 Mother Gaston Blvd
Monday / Friday 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Call (718) 726-9790 Ext 8025


Mt. Hebron Church Of Christ: 167 Chester St
Saturday 09:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Call (347) 762-4151

NeON Nutrition Kitchens

Temple Bethel Community Food Pantry
3482 Park Ave
Saturdays 8 AM -10AM — Call (718) 401-0743

 

Bronx
198 E 161 Street
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
9 AM - 12 PM—Call (718) 537-5395

Fellowship Covenant Church
720 Castle Hill Ave
Wednesdays 9:30-11:30 am—Call (718) 829-2116


Food Pantries 
Call or visit the following pantries to find out distribution hours:

 

Holy Tabernacle Church
3780 Third Avenue

Tuesdays 4:30pm-5pm —Call (718) 293-9862


Community Action For Human Service:
1455 Fulton Avenue
Mondays 4pm-6pm—Call (718) 588-5388


Bronx SDA Church
1695 Washington Avenue
Thursdays 2pm-5pm—Call (646) 353-8926

Abundant Life Church
2692 Third Ave
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
10 am-3pm—Call (914) 582-4969

 

Bronx Temple SDA
495 Willis
Monday & Wednesday: 12pm-1pm,
Thursday: 12pm-1:30pm —Call (917) 569-3405

Every Day Is A Miracle
411 East 143rd St
Fridays 12pm-2am —Call (646) 671-4360

 

Patterson Houses Tenants Association Board
The TA board gives out free meals
Monday to Saturday, 1pm-2pm
Building 414 Morris Ave
For more information contact Pat Simpson — 212-470-6258

 

Helping Hands Christian Community Centerz

326 Junius Street | Call (347) 533-4274


Highways And Hedges Church Of God

237 Powell Street | Call (718) 342-4471


First Baptist Church Of Brownsville
357 Chester Street | Call (718) 498-1074

Salem Service Council

211 West 129th Street

Call (646) 334-6010
 

Salem United Methodist Church

2190 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard

Call (212) 678-2700


Metropolitan Baptist Church

151 W 128 St

Call (212) 663-8990


Safe Horizon Streetwork Project

209 West 125th Street, 2nd Fl

Call (800) 708-6600


Bethel Ame Church

54-60 W 132 St

Call (212) 862-0100

Evangel Church
Call (718) 361-5454

 

Center of Hope International Bread of Life Food Pantry

Call (718) 784-4673

 

Hour Children
Call (718) 482-8226

Community Centers

Butler Community Center - DFOY

DFOY offers a range of programming for youth, teens, and families! 1368 Webster Ave, Bronx, NY

Van Dyke Community Center

392 Blake Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

http://opportunitynycha.org/what-is-rees/contact-us/
 

Ingersoll Community Center

177 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Phone(718) 522-5051

Harlem Community Justice Center

Brownsville Community Justice Center

Red Hook Community Justice Center

Nahisha McCoy, VP Red Hook West Resident Association
428 Columbia street 1c Brooklyn NY 11231

347-763-0207 | RHWRA2022@gmail.com

also Co-Board Pres of Cora Dance 358 Van Brunt Street Brooklyn NY 11231 | 718-858-2520

www.coradance.org