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Please note that our Spring Family-to-Family Education Program starts on Monday, April 29th

Directions

NAMI NYC Staten Island: Elizabeth Connelly Community Resource Center (ECCRC] 930 Willowbrook Rd. Bldg. 41A, meeting room 7.

From Staten Island Expressway to Bradley Avenue, Exit 11
Follow service road to 2nd traffic light and make a left onto Woolley Avenue
Go three traffic lights and make a Right turn onto Willowbrook Road

From Victory Blvd.
Turn onto Woolley Avenue towards the Staten Island Expressway. After Expressway go three traffic lights and make a Right turn onto Willowbrook Road.

From Forest Hill Road 
make a Left turn onto Willowbrook Road

then
Make first Left turn (very close) 930 Willowbrook Road, go through the gate and make the left at stop sign.
 
Follow the road around the bend. The first building on the right with the blue awning is Building 41A. There is ample parking. 
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Congratulations Patricia Papaleo on receiving the "Men and Women for Others" community service award from the Fordham University Alumni Association onCongratulations Patricia Papaleo on receiving the "Men and Women for Others" community service award from the Fordham University Alumni Association on 1/20/19. A well-deserved award for Patty's nearly 20 years of devoted service to families in our community! Pictured are Father Dan Gatti, S.J., Patricia Papaleo and NAMI Staten Island Executive Director Linda Wilson. 1/20/19. A well-deserved award for Patty's nearly 20 years of devoted service to families in our community! Pictured are Father Dan Gatti, S.J., Patricia Papaleo and NAMI Staten Island Executive Director Linda Wilson. 





YOGA FOR CAREGIVERS
Terry Seaman, Healing Arts Practitioner, Yoga Teacher and Family-to-Family graduate is offering "Caregiver Yoga" classes. The charge is $ 18.00 for a 1 1/2 hour class. Please contact her for times and more information. Terry can be reached at (917) 841-0182 or (718) 356-0106.

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

NYC WELL: If you are in a crisis, call NYC WELL to speak to a counselor: 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355), or Text: WELL to 65173. Available 24/7/365. Mobile crisis teams (MCTs) respond to mental health crises in the community within 48 hours of receiving a referral. Any concerned person can make a referral to the mobile crisis services by calling NYC Well at 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355). Teams are staffed by mental health professionals who can assess the person and their situation, provide crisis counseling and make referrals to community-based mental health and substance misuse services for ongoing care, and emergency services as needed.

RUMC CPEP:  In case of a psychiatric emergency, Richmond University Medical Center provides a Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP) at 355 Bard Ave., Staten Island, NY, 10310, (718) 818-6300. The CPEP accepts walk-ins and is a 911 receiving facility for psychiatric crises open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.



Thank you to everyone who works tirelessly to advance our mission!