March 1, 2021
Project Hope, a FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) funded program operated by the New York State Office of Mental Health in conjunction with Astor Services for Children and Families and MHA of Westchester, will provide Rockland County residents with trained counselors to give free and confidential crisis counseling, referral to local community agencies and tips to help you manage the stressors caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Crisis counseling will be culturally and linguistically competent and offered in French Creole, Spanish, and Yiddish, as well as translation services in other languages. Trained crisis counselors are available Mon-Fri from 9a-5p by calling Astor Services at 845-204-5223 for children and families, and MHA Westchester at 845-580-2022 for adults.
Services are also available in Dutchess County, NY. Please call 845-204-5223 for more information.
View release in Nyack News & Views