Resources

City of Rye

RyeACT (Rye Action for Children and Teens)

914- 481-4141 

www.ryeact.com


Rye Police Department Drug Hotline

Report anonymous tips by:

Emailtips@ryepd.ryeny.gov

Phone: 914-760-4243

TEXTTIP411 Information


Rye Police Department
Emergency: 911
Business: 914-967-1234

police@ryepd.ryeny.gov


Rye City Council
914- 967-7404
Members: www.ryeny.gov
Email: council@ryeny.gov


Rye Recreation
914-967-2535
recreation@ryeny.gov


Rye YMCA
914-967-6363
www.ryeymca.org


Rye Free Reading Room
914-967-0480
www.ryelibrary.org


Rye City School District
914-967-6100
www.ryeschools.org


Rye Board of Education
Email: board@ryeschools.org


Heard In Rye
www.heardinrye.org 

Westchester County and NYS

New York State CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE

800-342-3720


NYS OFFICE of CHILDREN and FAMILY SERVICES

www.ocfs.ny.gov


POWER TO THE PARENT

A resource for parents, offering tools to help prevent underage drinking and other drug use.

www.powertotheparent.com


DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH
General: 914-995-5220
Psychiatric Emergencies: 914-493-7075
www.westchestergov.com/mentalhealth


WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY NETWORK
(Mental Health Support Groups, Workshops, Advocacy, Resources)
914-995-5219
www.westchestercommunitynetwork.com


SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT CENTERS
www.westchestergov.com/mentalhealth/substanceabusetreatment.htm


PSYCHIATRIC INPATIENT AND CRISIS SERVICES
www.westchestergov.com/mentalhealth/childreninptservices.htm 

Substance Use, Prevention & Treatment

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES FOR TEENS AND ADULTS IN WESTCHESTER AND THE MID-HUDSON REGION

www.volunteer-center.org


SUBSTANCE  ABUSE
M.A.D.D. (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)
www.madd.orgwww.TheAntiDrug.com(Tools for Raising Drug-free Kids)


DRUG CRISIS IN OUR BACKYARD

http://www.drugcrisisinourbackyard.org/  


AL-Anon/Alateen

(The Young Teen’s Site for Info on Alcohol and Resisting Peer Pressure)
914-946-1748
www.hudsonestuaryalanon.orgDrugwatch.com


www.drugwatch.com/students/www.drugwatch.com/testosterone/ 

An awareness group that aims to educate the public about prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, and medical devices that have the potential to cause patients serious harm

Psychological Well-being

 National Institute of Mental Health

 www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/eating-disorders/complete-publication.shtml  


www.westchestercommunitynetwork.com 


The JED Foundtation

www.jedfoundation.org


SEXUALITY and GENDER IDENTITY

Planned Parenthood
For Parents
www.plannedparenthood.org/health-topics/for-parents.htm
For Teens
www.teenwire.com


Center Lane
(Community Center for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender & Questioning Youth)
914-761-0600
www.wjcs.com/centerlane 


Gender Spectrum

www.genderspectrum.org


The Trevor Project (crisis intervention)

www.thetrevorproject.org


The Good Men Project

www.thegoodmenproject.com


See Jane

www.seejane.org


EATING DISORDERS 

National Eating Disorders Association
www.nationaleatingdisorders.org


GRIEF COUNSELING

Greenwich Hospital Grief and Loss Support Group
203-898-2512


Greenwich Hospital The Den for Grieving Kids
203-869-4848


The Association for Death Education and Counseling
www.adec.org


The Bereavement Center of Westchester
914.961.2818 ext 317
info@thebereavementcenter.org 

Clergy

 Christ’s Church 914-967-1749


Community Synagogue 914-967-6262


Resurrection Church 914-967-5528


Rye Presbyterian Church 914-967-0842


Learn About SEL

 Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which  children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge,  attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set  and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish  and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. 


www.casel.org