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Not-for-Profits, Organizations Continuing to Serve Needy During Crisis

Food Pantries/​​Food Dis­tri­b­u­tion:

Community Food Pantry of Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown:

Dobbs Ferry Food Pantry:

Pub­lic Schools of the Tar­ry­towns are of­fer­ing break­fast and lunch “grab and go” pickup be­gins for all school and preschool age stu­dents who re­side in the Dis­trict. This will oc­cur Mon­day through Fri­day, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in front of Sleepy Hol­low Mid­dle School.\


Pub­lic Health:

Westch­ester County De­part­ment of Health Coro­n­avirus Hot­line: (914) 813-5159 Monday - Friday.  (914) 813-5000, af­ter hours.

Open Door Fam­ily Med­ical Cen­ter:

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 ( doing phone and video counseling.


Le­gal Ser­vices for Domestic Abuse:

Pace Women's Justice Center:

My Sis­ters Place:

Hope's Door:

Le­gal Ser­vices of the Hud­son Val­ley:

Le­gal Aid So­ci­ety of Westch­ester:



It Takes A Vil­lage: If you call ITAV at 914-222-5116 it will do its best to re­quest vol­un­teer help to shop and de­liver gro­ceries and /or med­ica­tion. 

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


By phone: 1-888-364-3065 - NYS Hotline for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Hudson Valley Region 2-1-1 Coronavirus Information

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