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The New York State Assembly Puerto Rican/Hispanic Task Force



The Stay Strong Foundation (SSF) works to support, educate and inspire America’s youth through a series of programs and events that are designed to raise awareness of teen issues, promote the personal well-being of young people, and enhance their educational and professional development.

The Foundation encourages corporate and individual responsibility; develops educational resources for youth and youth organizations; provides and coordinates internships; sets up mentoring opportunities; and facilitates visits by prominent individuals and business professionals to schools, libraries, youth organizations and group homes.

SSF also promotes initiatives to benefit the community at large, such as Healing Starts With Us Campaign.  

The Stay Strong Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization founded by Terrie M. Williams and Xavier Artis.

Stay Strong Foundation
c/o Terrie Williams
Columbus Circle Station
P.O. Box 20227
New York, NY 10023

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Domestic Violence Links -

My Sisters’ Place (MSP) strives to engage each member of society in our work to end domestic violence so that all relationships can embrace the principles of respect, equality, and peacefulness. Since 1978 we have advanced this mission in Westchester County and the surrounding region through advocacy, community education, and services to those harmed by domestic violence.


Domestic violence is a crime. Anyone can be a victim of abuse. Westchester County has resources available to enable victims to access support services such as counseling, advocacy, safety planning, court accompaniment and other related issues. The Office for Women provides information about and referrals to shelters, support groups, legal services and other organizations. Educational programs and publications are offered as well.


New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence

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The Guide Book -

To improve New York State’s response to and prevention of domestic violence with the goal of enhancing the safety of all New Yorkers in their intimate and family relationships.


Northern Westchester Shelter

Hope's Door is a private non-profit organization, which was founded in 1980 to provide a safe haven and caring services to survivors of domestic violence. Our programs are free, confidential and offered in English and Spanish.



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New York Child Abuse and Maltreatment - 800-342-3720/



City of Yonkers


Westchester County


Yonkers Business Week



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Yonkers Paddling & Rowing Club





The Piper Theatre Productions

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Self Advocacy

Fed up with direct marketers?

 Eyewitness News

- For everyone who's ever been interrupted at dinner by a guy calling trying to sell you a time share in Boca, and for everyone who gets spam e-mail from people trying to reduce your mortgage or enlarge your career opportunities -- now there's a way to stop it.

Eyewitness News reporter Jeff Rossen has the story.

Oh those annoying telemarketer phone calls -- you can get them to stop. Livvy Floren has been enjoying peace and quiet since signing on to Connecticut's no call list, one of the first in the country.

"It's nice you can talk to your family, you can eat in peace," Floren said.

But now everyone can sign on to the federal do not call registry. Go to DoNotCall.Gov to put your number on the list. Run by the Federal Trade Commission, more than 137 million phone numbers are on the list, and you can include your cell phone number.

Another annoyance? Unwanted catalogs -- but you can get rid of them as well. Just write to the Direct Marketing Association and ask to be removed from its lists, or go to their web site The-Dma.Org. Marketers say stopping unsolicited catalogs is not just good for consumers, its good for them.

"They don't want to be wasting postage, the products, they really are better off interacting with customers that are interested in what they have to offer," John Greco, of Direct Marketing Association says.

And when will credit cards companies stop tempting you with those new card offers? When you block some of them by going to OptOutPrescreen.Com. But experts say it's a good idea to take the extra step of shredding the offers, so you don't become a victim of identity theft.

Dealing with e-mail can be a little tricky. If you click "opt out" it will only confirm your e-mail address, and you'll get even more unwanted spam. Experts say use spam filters and never respond to e-mail from someone you don't know.

Community Service Bulletin 2009

State and City Government Links



New York State Congressional Delegation


United States Senate

United States House of Representatives (by District)

  1. Eliot L. Engel
  2. Nita M. Lowey

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