Step 1 – Call Pax Christi Hospitality Center 24/7 at 631-928-9108 and ask to speak with staff.
Step 2 – Come to Pax Christi Hospitality Center in person 24/7 at 255 Oakland Avenue in Port Jefferson, NY 11777. We are located right next to the train station. Suffolk County busses – S-60, S-61 and S-62 all stop at the Port Jefferson RR Station.
Step 3 – If you are homeless and physically inside Suffolk County, visit your local Suffolk County
Department of Social Services office. Tell them you are homeless and request that they place you at Pax Christi. If after 4 p.m. during the week, call 631—854-9100 and request housing assistance and placement at Pax Christi.
Step 1 – Siena House offers non emergency transitional housing for women over 21 years. If you are interested if finding out more information or being placed on the waiting list, please contact Muriel Erdmann 631-928-2377 ext. 30
Step 2 – If you are currently in a domestic abuse crisis, call the 24 hour Safe Harbor Shelter hotline at 631-666-8833.
Step 3 – The Victim Information Bureau’s (vibs.org) 24 hour hotline provides crisis intervention, advocacy, counseling, legal and educational services. Call 631-360-3606 to access their services and create a Personal Safety Plan.
Step 1 – Call the The Sr. Jean Beagan, O.P. Family and Children Counseling Center at 631-928-2377 and speak to Program Director Vivian Abano-Bollman.
Step 2 – Schedule a private appointment with Vivian.
Step 3 – Come in with your child, children or partner and get started on learning how we can help.
Other helpful resources..
CPS Child Protective Services with the Department of Social Services 631-854-2300 for any child you suspect to be in danger.
Sunshine Prevention Center 631-476-3099 for parents or children who are seeking to interact with other parents/children dealing with similar issues http://www.sunshinepreventionctr.org/
CHADD is the leading non-profit National Organization on ADHD. Visit https://www.chadd.net/chapter/160 for more information on how to join a support group of parents with special needs children or call 866-200-8098.