YES Community Counseling CenterMaking a difference today for a better tomorrow
Once again, we will offer a Bereavement Support Group for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one due to a substance misuse via Zoom on Monday, September 14th at 7PM.
If you or anyone you know would like to join the group, please email email@example.com to request a Zoom invitation.
You do not have to be alone in your grief because of social distancing, it may be a different kind of support, but we are here for you.
Stay safe and stay well.
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To Our Community:
At this time, YES Community Counseling Center, like many others, have had to make decisions that were not easy, but albeit deemed necessary, to ensure the safety of others. Effective immediately, and until otherwise notified, the agency will remain open, however, there will be significant modifications as all contact will be telephonic in nature.
Our therapists and support staff will be in touch with any individuals who have scheduled appointments and we will making alternative plans to ensure the health and well being of all we serve. You can call us at 516-799-3203 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns that you may have. The number to call at the County’s Dept of Health, if you have medical or other concerns related to the COVID 19 virus is 516 227-9570.
We understand that this is a very unsettling and scary time, however, what we do know for sure is that we are a strong, smart and resilient community. And equally important, we are a kind, considerate and compassionate community. This is a time to stay strong, make healthy decisions for you and your family and not allow FEAR (False, Expectations About Reality,) to consume you. We have negotiated crisis before and we will do so again!
With Our Warmest Regards, All of us at YES
As a result, we tend to those who are struggling with issues including but not limited to domestic violence, chemical dependence, family conflict, sexual abuse, marital/peer difficulties, bereavement, and health concerns.
We are making a difference today for a better tomorrow.
Our mission is to increase awareness about personal and community issues, prevent and treat substance abuse, and to promote healthy families and a safe community.
YES is now offering Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to individuals with Opioid and Alcohol Use Disorder.
For more information, call us at (516)799-3203.