Resources

Need immediate medical attention?
Call 911

Emergency Preparedness Resources

American Red Cross Helpline

24/7 counseling or support

American Red Cross—Emotional Responses

The American Red Cross recognizes that stressful wordwide events can lead to ongoing need for psychological first aid. Visit their website to learn more about what you can do for yourself and your loved ones.

CDC—Managing Stress & Anxiety

The CDC has listed helpful guidelines for managing stress and anxiety for parents, individuals, and first responders in the wake of COVID-19

Helping Children Cope

Guidelines for communicating with your children before, during and after a stressful event.

National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Resources available for how families can cope with continually changing information in light of a pandemic. Different languages available.

National Institute of Mental Health

Learn how to identify when children, teens / older teens may be in the throws of traumatic crisis, and how to respond.

SAMHSA—Coping with Stress During Outbreaks

Download publications from SAMHSA and view available resources on how to cope emotionally with recent events.

SAMHSA—Distress Hotline

Offers 24/7 Crisis Counseling

General Resources

American Board of Preventative Medicine

The American Board of Preventive Medicine was established to promote the health and safety of the American people through our high standards in the certification and maintenance of certification in the profession of preventive health. Find a certified physician here.

Drug Advisory/Wellness Council (DAWC)

DAWC acts in a regional advisory capacity on drug prevention and education. The council is comprised of students, staff, parents and members of the community.

F.I.S.T.—Families in Support of Treatment

F.I.S.T is a not-for-profit organization designed to organize, support, educate, guide and provide resources to families who are struggling with a loved one's addiction.

Hispanic Counseling Center

Target Population: Children and Adults (5 years and older) Mostly Spanish Speaking.
Services Offered: Mental Health Outpatient, Alcohol and Substance Abuse Outpatient and Prevention services, HH Care Coordination.

Long Beach Reach

Target Population: Patients who are impacted by substance abuse or mental health issues.
Services Offered: Individual, Group & Family Therapy, Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Monitoring.

Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (LICADD)

24/7 Hotline
LICADD aims to address the addictive climate of our times by providing initial attention and referral services to individuals, families, and children, through intervention, education and professional guidance to overcome the ravages of alcohol and other drug-related problems.

Mobile Crisis Intervention Team for Adults and Children

NYC-WELL

Speak to a counselor via phone, text or chat and get access to mental health and substance misuse services, in more than 200 languages, 24/7/365.

Nassau Alliance For Addiction Services

New Hope Stabilization Center

Target Pop: Age 18 and over with primary behavioral health disorder
Services Offered: Residential stabilization, chemical dependency evaluation / counseling, case management / community referrals, group and individual counseling.

OASAS Family Support Navigators

Assist families with navigating addiction services, treatment and insurance.
Also offered through Family and Childrens Association (516-746-0350 x 2274)

OASAS HOPEline

(New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services)

OASAS Peer Engagement Specialists

Individuals who use their lived experience to assist with development of brief person ceneterd plans, referrals and links to services, support and guidance.
Offered in Nassau through Oceanside Counseling Center

Oceanside Counseling Center

South Shore Child Guidance

Target Population: Mental Health services for Children ages 5-21
Services Offered: Telephone and Walk-In screenings, comprehensive assessments, psych evals, client referrals.

Helpful Websites

Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (CAMY)

Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA)

Department of Justice, DEA Homepage, Drug Information

NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS)

Nassau Alliance for Addiction Services (NAFAS)

Nassau County Department of Health, Human Services, Chemical Dependency, and Developmental Disabilities

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Partnership for Drug-Free America

SAM (Smart Approaches to Marijuana)

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association (SAMHSA)

Talk 2 Prevent

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