Hotlines

 
Resource Phone
 
Child & Adolescent Services
Childhelp USA: Abuse Hotline 800-422-4453
Crisis Services Hotline 716-834-3131
Child Pornography Tipline 800-843-5678
National Runaway Switchboard 800-RUNAWAY
National Suicide Hotline 800-SUICIDE
New York Child Abuse Hotline 800-342-3720
New York State Parent Helpline (English/Spanish) 800-342-7472
NYC Youth Line 800-246-4646
Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network 800-656-HOPE
Children’s Aid Society 212-949-4800
The Hedrick-Martin Institute 212-674-2400
The Door 212-941-9090
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center 212-271-7200
Trevor Helpline Crisis Intervention for LGBT Youth 800-850-8078
Gay & Lesbian National Helpline 888-843-4564
The NYC Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Program 212-714-1184
Violence Report Line 212-714-1141
American Suicide Foundation 800-531-4477
Depression Awareness 800-421-4211
National Adolescent Suicide Hotline 800-621-4000
National Child-At Risk Hotline 800-792-5200
National Hopeline Network 800-SUI-CIDE
National Hotline Boys Town 800-448-3000
Sanctuary Crisis Line 800-548-5222
National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center Hotline 866-SAFEYOUTH
Planned Parenthood 800-230-PLAN
212-541-7800
212-965-7000
Covenant House Crisis Center 212-864-1328
 
Domestic Violence
24 Hour Bilingual Hotline 800-621-HOPE
24 Hour Hearing Impaired Hotline 800-810-7444
Victim Services Agency 212-577-7777
Violence Intervention Hotline 800-664-5880
Sanctuary for Families Canter for Battered Women’s Legal Services 212-349-6009
Main St. Legal Services, Battered Women’s Rights Clinic 800-621-HOPE
Victim Services West Side Legal Project 212-695-3800
Brooklyn Legal Services, Corporation B 718-237-5500
NY State Elder Abuse Hotline 800-342-9871
NY State Child Abuse Hotline 800-342-3720
NY Child Abuse/Neglect Prevention Information Hotline 800-342-7472
 
Emergency Numbers
Fire/Police/Ambulance 911
Fire Department: Manhattan 212-999-2222
Fire Department: Bronx 718-999-3333
Fire Department: Queens 718-999-5555
Fire Department: Brooklyn 718-999-4444
Fire Department: Staten Island 718-999-6666
Poison Control 212-POISONS
Railroad Emergencies 718-330-1234
Fish & Wildlife Commission 718-428-4900
 
Government Numbers
Internal Revenue Services 800-829-1040
Drivers License 212-645-5550
NYPD Harbor Unit 718-993-0950
Social Security Administration 800-772-1213
Postal Service Answer Line 212-330-4000
New York City Board of Education 718-392-8855
Federal Bureau of Intervention (FBI) 212-384-1000
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms 718-254-7845
 
Health & Social Numbers
American Red Cross 877-RED-CROSS
Alzheimer’s Disease Hotline 212-983-0700
American Heart Association 212-878-5900
American Cancer Society 800-ACS-2345
American Lung Association 212-889-3370
American Diabetes Association 212-725-4925
Muscular Dystrophy Association 212-689-9040
Multiple Sclerosis Society 212-463-7787
Salvation Army 800-SAL-ARMY
New York AIDS Hotline 800-541-AIDS
 
Helpline Numbers
Rape Treatment Center 212-267-RAPE
Narcotics Anonymous 212-929-7117
Alcoholics Anonymous 212-647-1680
Crisis Intervention Hotline 212-219-5599
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children 800-843-5678
 
Miscellaneous Numbers
Women In Need 212-695-4758
National Coalition for the homeless 202-462-4822
NYC Board of Education 718-935-2000
Mental Health 24-Hour Counseling Center 212-734-5876
 
Transportation Numbers
Amtrak Railroad 800-872-7245
LaGuardia Airport 718-533-3400
Newark Airport 973-961-6000
JFK Airport 718-244-4444
MTA New York City Subway

& Bus

800-METRO-INFO
 
(as of 12/2005)

The Early Intervention Program (EIP) is a public program funded by New York State and county governments for children under the age of three who are either suspected of having or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities. Potentially eligible children must be referred to the county program to receive EIP services:

New York City Westchester County
311 914-813-5094

Someone else can help you make the referral to the Early Intervention Program if you wish. If your child is found to be eligible for services by someone approved to perform this evaluation, you, county staff, and other team members will make a plan to help your child – and your family.

Early intervention services in your plan and authorized by the county are provided at no cost to you. The county will arrange for the services to be provided and will choose the provider based on the needs of your child and family. Your child’s health insurance may be used to cover some of the costs. All other costs for EIP services are paid for by your county and New York State.

Early intervention services are provided where it’s best for the child – in places such as your home, day care, or other community settings. The EIP covers the cost of early intervention services only. The EIP does not pay for day care or other fees charged by community settings.

Los Niños Services is approved by New York State and has contracts with New York City and Westchester County to provide early intervention services.