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Hourly Respite Program for Families and Caregivers
Sponsor/Parent Agency:NYC Department of Mental Health.
Address:80-45 Winchester Boulevard, Building 62 Queens Village NY 11427
World Wide Web: http://www.psch.org/programs_services/empowering_developmental/hourly_respite
Consisting of age-appropriate activities for developmentally disabled adults, youth and children, the Hourly Respite program features opportunities to meet peers, engage socially, form friendships and participate in physical activities that help to alleviate problem behaviors. The program also benefits families and caregivers by providing them respite and support.
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri 7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.; Sat, Call.
Queens residents. Axis one diagnosis by Doctor.
Psychosocial assessment signed by a Doctor.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Free.
Services Offered:Meals, Mental Health Care and Counseling, Recreational Activities, Recreational Facilities, Respite Care,
Target Groups(By Need):Families / Friends of People with Disabilities, Mental Illness / Emotional Disabilities, Parents of Children with Disabilities,