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Resources for Covid Information and Help

Resources for seniors seeking vaccine appointments: County’s Department of Seniors Programs & Services has an information and assistance phone line that is available to assist Westchester’s seniors on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m at 914-813-6300. New York State Vaccination Line:833-697-4807.


Infecting a volunteer with coronavirus to develop a vaccine – here's what  consent should look likeCOVID-19 Vaccine Information is available. This page covers vaccination phase rolloout, who is eligible, and vaccine appoinment locations.









Information on Covid gathered by the Villiage of Tarrytown including vaccine hotlines, student loan forbearance, and business-related links.





The Westchester Library System is proud to be a provider in NY State’s Project Hope COVID-19 program. 

Contact their trained crisis counselors to find resources that can help address the challenges brought by COVID-19 and to connect with emotional support.



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Anti-Body Testing: Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth) is expanding its antibody testing program.  Beginning May 12, COVID-19 antibody testing for the public is available by appointment at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, NY.


ITAV It Takes A Village (ITAV) has created a comprehensive resource guide for assistance during COVID-19 pandemic. Available versions include English Standard Print, Large Print, and Spanish.



Consumer Financial Protection BureauConsumer Financial Protection Bureau--Mortgage and housing assistance during the coronavirus national emergency. If you're concerned about how to pay your mortgage or rent due to the coronavirus national emergency, read on for information on what to do now, and what your options are for mortgage and rent payment relief.



Onward Recovery: A Recovery Community and Outreach Center that is safe, welcoming and alcohol/drug-free for any member of the community. Visit






Lighthouse Guild


Living with vision loss is challenging. With the help of the Lighthouse Guild Tele-Support group, you don’t have to face it alone! You can join our meetings from the comfort and convenience of your home by phone or online. Visit:




logoFullNameA special message from our Recreation Department, calling all families! Sleepy Hollow Recreation Supports our Local Heros! Help us spread positivity and more! SH Rec Supports Local Heroes.



Comprehensive Resource Guide.The Center for Aging in Place offers this informal senior services/referral directory and online resources for Westchester County amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with thanks for the help of DOROT Westchester, RSVP of Westchester, Volunteer New York! and Nonprofit Westchester.


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Information on the Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments







The Official Website of New York State

The New York State website is continuing to provide up-to-date information about the Coronavirus and the state shutdown.






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Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus. Here's what the Federal Trade Commission suggests doing to avoid them. They even created a Bingo sheet to help spot them.


There's also information for small businesses to get financial relief information.










Food Pantries/​Food Dis­tri­b­u­tion:


Hunger Solutions New York          Pandemic - EBT: Food Benefits for Families During Covid-19 School Closures:  flyer in English     flyer in Spanish


Community Food Pantry of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow 

provides food to the hungry in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown, proportional to family size.


On-the-Line Food Distribution 


Feeding Westchester’s mission is to end hunger in Westchester.  We source and distribute food and other resources to towns across Westchester, helping to ensure that none of our neighbors are hungry:


Dobbs Ferry Food Pantry works out of South Pres­by­ter­ian Church and co­or­di­nates with Cabrini and Mid­night Run:


Team Rubicon  is currently serving in communities across the country by providing assistance such as delivery service for food-insecure populations. An on-site at Feeding Westchester in Elmsford, the group helps to ensure the at-risk community receives meals:


Food Distribution Centers in Westchester  Click for a list of centers.


Pub­lic Health:

Westch­ester County De­part­ment of Health Coro­n­avirus Hot­line: (914) 813-5159 . For de­tails about the coro­n­avirus and how it may af­fect your area, you can call the num­ber above, Mon.-Fri. and (914) 813-5000, af­ter hours.


Open Door Fam­ily Med­ical Cen­ters:



New York Blood Cen­ter (NYBC) is ex­tend­ing open hours at its donor cen­ters and urg­ing healthy donors to make ap­point­ments to help main­tain the re­gion’s blood sup­ply at this crit­i­cal time:


Mental Health:

Fam­ily Ser­vices of Westch­ester is gear­ing up to con­duct re­mote coun­sel­ing via phone and video­con­fer­enc­ing, for which they will need fund­ing:


Child Mind Institute | Parenting Articles | PBS KIDS for ParentsThe Child Mind Institute is an independent nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders. Learn how they are supporting families during the Covid 19 crisis:


Le­gal Ser­vices:


Pace Law Cen­ter de­fends against do­mes­tic abuse, which is a prob­lem when fam­i­lies are shut in.




My Sis­ters' Place:





Hope's Door:




Le­gal Ser­vices of the Hud­son Val­ley:




Le­gal Aid So­ci­ety of Westch­ester






It Takes A Vil­lage (ITAV) will pro­vide trans­porta­tion ser­vices as long as vol­un­teers are avail­able. 




C-Town Su­per­mar­ket – 114 North Broad­way Tar­ry­town, 914-332-7400

Stop & Shop – 610 White Plains Road Tar­ry­town, 914-631-8566

CVS Phar­macy – 51 North Broad­way Tar­ry­town, 914-631-7266


How You Can Help:

Find out how to donate blood at:


The Rotary Club: The Rotary Club is raising funds for the Phelps Meal Train providing meals to First Responders who are working long hours helping to protect our community. The Rotary is accepting donations of any size to purchase meals from local restaurants. This supports the Phelps staff and helps our restaurants. For more information about MealTrain, please visit


The Surgeon General Demonstrates How to Make a Simple Face Mask in the Youtube Link below.

Surgeon General Covid-19:  Five Things You Should Know about Household Cleaning in link below.