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Exponents, in New York City, is dedicated to serving those impacted by substance use, HIV/AIDS, behavioral health concerns, and incarceration. Their services include clothing, a food pantry, vaccines, behavioral health and substance use treatment, vocational training, and programs for gay and bisexual men and transgender individuals.
New York 211
New Yorkers who call 211 can access a broad range of social services, including housing services, help with food and clothing, child and senior care services, transportation needs, medical care, behavioral health and substance use treatment, and much more. Rather than looking for individual organizations, call 211 and get the information you need all at once.
Coalition for the Homeless
The Coalition for the Homeless provides multiple services to New York City residents in a variety of situations, including those experiencing homelessness, those about to be evicted, those fleeing domestic violence, those in need of food, disabled New Yorkers, and more. They also offer a resource guide and links to borough-specific information.
Women in Need (WiN)
Women in Need (WiN) operates 14 shelters and 400 supportive housing units across New York City. They provide help for women and their children, including supportive housing, transitional housing, child care and education support, life skills classes, and employment programs.
Liberty Resources
Liberty Resources in Syracuse provides primary medical care, crisis support, disability services, behavioral health and substance use treatment, and support for children and families. Programs include community-based support, help for those involved in domestic violence and sexual assault, kinship services, recovery support navigators, and much more.
Harm Reduction & Opioid Resources
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On Point NYC
On Point NYC operates drop-in centers in New York City that have meals, coffee, food, showers, and laundry. They also provide harm reduction services such as syringe exchange, safer drug use supplies, and substance use education. On Point NYC also offers health and wellness services, support and benefits navigation, referrals to additional care, and run two overdose prevention centers.
Government Programs
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New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS)
New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) provides links to a wide range of essential resources in the state. The website’s header bar has links to prevention resources, a treatment locator, harm reduction resources, and recovery support. The website also allows visitors to order free naloxone (Narcan) kits to be delivered.
State of New York Harm Reduction
The State of New York has harm reduction programs that provide a variety of resources and supplies. This website provides links to where New Yorkers can get naloxone (Narcan), overdose training and drug test strips, and where to find syringe services programs. There’s also a Never Use Alone hotline and a Help & Hope text program.
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