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Volunteers of America, Greater New York
Address:340 West 85th Street New York NY 10024-3800
World Wide Web: http://www.voa-gny.org
Description:Volunteers of America iservices include: sheltering homeless individuals and families until permanent housing can be found, preparing pre-parolees for reintegration into the community, helping adults with developmental disabilities realize their full potential, teaching preschool children with special needs, creating a safe haven for survivors of domestic violence, providing stability for severely troubled youth, supporting people and families living with AIDS, and offering treatment and recovery services to substance abusers.
Admission Requirements/Documents:Varies. / Varies.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Some programs have rental fees.
Access for People with Disabilities:Varies based on site.
Services Offered:Alcoholism Counseling, Domestic Violence Counseling, Drug Abuse Counseling, Early Intervention for Developmentally Delayed, Homeless Shelter, Mutual Support Groups, Parenting Education, Special Education, Substance Abuse Counseling, Volunteer Opportunities,
Target Groups(By Need):AIDS / HIV, At Risk Youth, Disabilities, People with, Drug Abusers, Juvenile Delinquents, Substance Abusers, Victims / Survivors, Youth,