Orange County's designated anti-poverty organization offering resources for low-income residents. Office is closed to visitors but services available via phone. Facebook page offers a demo on how to complete a Census 2020 questionnaire.
See amendments to visitation policies and guidance for people seeking treatment and services.
Services continue for substance abuse and mental health treatment. Office is closed to visitors but services available via phone. Offering an online corona-theme workout.
Enrichment activities for youth are available online and include Healthy Scholars, lending library of e-books, online chess club, and more.
Financial assistance, referrals for APS and CPS, foster care, medical assistance, Medicaid, and SNAP (food stamps). Services remain available via phone. The building vestibule is open and displays materials, instructions and a dropbox which is checked each hour. Staff will respond with a phone call. If you have an open case, call your examiner directly.
Location: 141 Broadway
Newburgh phone: 845-568-5151
- Part 1 - 4/28/20. Presenters: RECAP, LYNC Community, MISN, Fearless! HV, MHA
- Part 2 - 4/29/20. (en Espanol) Presenters: RECAP, Central Hudson, Fearless! HV, MHA, LSHV
- Part 3 - 5/4/20. Presenters: LSHV, Central Hudson, Catholic Charities, MICH program
Winterhaven and Warming Station shelters will continue to house those most vulnerable. Non-essential programming is suspended including the Hospitality Center, Thrift Store, and Hygiene Closet.
Warming Station location: 104 S. Lander Street
Help with enrollment into state funded health programs (Child Health Plus and Family Health Plus), teen pregnancy prevention programs and perinatal health education and referral services. Services available via phone. Online breastfeeding class series.
Boys & Girls Club of Newburgh
Closed for visitors. Visit website for a schedule of online activities, classes, social media challenges.
Locations are closed to visitors and staff are working remotely. Non-residential services including safety planning, crisis counseling, therapeutic services, legal support, and information and referrals are being handled remotely via 24 hour hotline. Court accompaniment is still being provided for family offenses petitions and our confidential emergency shelter and 24 hotline are always operational.
Phone: 24-hour hotline 845-562-5340, business office 845-562-5365
Connections to volunteer opportunities during coronavirus including meal preparation and delivery and letter writing for homebound seniors. Lists of food pantries and soup kitchens, resources for phone and video conferencing, employment opportunities throughout the community, and military support.
Community Resources webpage: www.uwdor.org/covid19-communityresources
Helpers Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/docommunitystrongresources/members
New Life Manor: www.recap.org/programs/newlifemanor
The Child Care Council of Orange County offers a wealth of resources for families in need of child care. Contact them to find providers near you. Staff can use your address and child information to generate a list of referrals. Follow them on Facebook for links to help children stay occupied and manage stress. Income eligible essential workers can seek a CARES Child Care scholarship and details can be found (HERE).
Virtual Mental Health & Substance Use Urgent Care
Access: Supports For Living offers 24/7 virtual help for adults and children struggling with anxiety, depression, or any other mental health or substance use concerns. Therapists are available 24/7 by phone and through telemedicine, with access to psychiatry and peer support for any person in the Hudson Valley who needs help. Call 1-888-750-2266, option 2.
The Orange County Crisis Call Center is co-located with Orange County Emergency Management and is open 24/7. Staff are there to help people in need of support for mental illness, substance use, developmental disability, sexual assault, and more. Callers will receive an assessment and a warm connection to services. The team can dispatch the Crisis Mobile Response Team for in-person support and de-escalation. Call 1-800-832-1200.
Orange County Crisis Call Center: 3-1-1
Continues to serve existing clients and unable to take new clients at this time. Call 211 for more food resources.
Food pantries and soup kitchens in Newburgh are implementing health recommendations as they serve people in need. Please share this information with people who may need it. Before reporting to a center for food, call ahead to learn about operational changes.
- Click (HERE) for the updated list of resources in the City of Newburgh