Overwhelmed with the effects of COVID-19? We are here for you.
The last couple of years hasn’t been easy. Whether you are dealing with severe sickness and death of loved ones, caring for young children at home, navigating economic uncertainty, and just feeling anxious and hopeless with the situation – we can help. Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center is acting as a NY Project Hope provider for lower Westchester County to give support, outreach, and education to individuals and communities coping with COVID-19. Our COVID support services are free and available to everyone.
- help you understand your emotions
- help you with coping strategies and ways to deal with emotional stress
- connect you to community resources that can help you recover, such as housing and food programs
Call now for an in-person appointment
Call the New York Project Hope helpline to get resources you may need or if you just want to talk to someone about what you are going through. It is completely free, anonymous, and confidential and we do not collect any identifying information.
The helpline is operational 8 am to 10 pm, 7 days a week.
Call the confidential free hotline
For more program information and a list of area community resources, please visit the NY Project Hope website at NYProjectHope.org.
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