Student Affairs

Local Resource List

COVID-19 Information:

Ulster County Department of Health

New York State Department of Health

Crisis Intervention/Assistance:

Ulster County Crisis Intervention

  • Hotline: 845-338-2370

Mobile Mental Health Ulster County

  • Available to assist county residents, school districts, police, ambulance personnel and other first responders as they respond to mental health crisis issues.
  • 844-277-4820/ 7 days a week 10:00am-10:00pm

Food Insecurity/Assistance:

Family of Woodstock

  • Crisis hotline: Call 24/7 or Text to 845-679-2485

Family of New Paltz

Project Resilience

SNAP Information

Mental Health Services:

Astor Services for Children & Families

Individual Narcan Kits/Training:

Institute for Family Health

  • Available to provide individual and group Overdose Responder training as well as arrange for pickup of a free Narcan training/ Contact Tom McCarry at 646-648-2551.

Substance Use Disorder Treatment:

Step One

  • Conducting services remotely
  • Step One is a comprehensive outpatient Substance Abuse Program licensed by OASAS that offers a wide range of treatment options for individuals with Substance abuse or dependence and their family members/significant others.

Recovery Support:

12 Step meetings

Recovery Link

Samadhi Center

  • Certified Recovery Peer Advocates available to help for any addiction emergency and peer counseling/ Call 24/7 855-726-2344.

Wellness Collective

  • Offers individual, family and community member recovery support services. They are hosting the following meetings online during the COVID19 crisis. Meetings are free and everyone is welcome!
  • Harm Reduction Works (HRW) Zoom Meeting/ Mondays @ 12:00pm
  • Family Member Support & Education Group Zoom Meeting/ Tuesdays @ 6:30pm

Additional Supports and Resources:

College Prevention Coordinator – Jackie Cirello

  • Can connect students to alcohol/ substance use, recovery and other resources on campus and in the community.
  • 845-257-3028/

Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center

New Paltz Youth Program

  • Free Remote Tutoring Program for K-12 via Zoom, Facetime, or preferred medium with flexible scheduling
  • 845-325-2593/

Town of New Paltz – Office for Community Wellness

  • Serves as a local resource for those seeking information, referral and support. Please contact Phoenix Kawamoto, Community Education Coordinator, either via e-mail at, or their mobile number at 845-275-5413. Information and resources are available at the website: