Advocacy & Self-Help Programs

We believe that support and information are an important part of recovery, and that to be witnessed
and heard starts the healing process. We provide services to all residents living within the five boroughs
of New York City. Peer advocates partner with people with lived mental health and substance use
experience to address financial and housing concerns as well as aid in the receiving of various
entitlements, such as Social Security, Medicaid, public assistance, and food stamp applications. Our
peers also provide support with employment needs and educational counseling. We provide wellness and recovery groups for individuals with Co-Occurring disorder or, rural diagnosis, Psychiatric end substance use challenges. For the convenience and safety of our program participants, we are currently offering online groups, workshops, and one-on-one meetings. We provide in-person services as public safety mandates permit. Our staff is fluent in several languages and will find translators as necessary to ensure access for all.

Advocacy and Self-Help Programs:

Brooklyn Peer Advocacy Center
9 Bond Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel: 718-875-7744
Fax: 718-243-0763

Bronx Peer Advocacy Center
369 East 148th Street
Lower Level
Bronx, NY 10455
Tel: 718-562-6712/82
Fax: 718-562-6491

Staten Island Peer Advocacy Center
(C-Town Shopping Center)
2071 Clove Road, Suite 204
Staten Island, NY 10304
Tel: 718-442-6100
Fax: 718-442-6102

Advocacy for Older Adults
Kingsboro Psychiatric Center
25 Flatbush Avenue 2
Floor Brooklyn NY 11217
Brooklyn, NY 11203
Tel: 718-774-1027
Fax: 718-643-6631

Self-Help Services

Brooklyn Self-Help
9 Bond Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel: 718-875-7744
Fax: 718-243-0763

Manhattan West Self-Help
163 125th Street, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10027
Tel: 212-961-8989/8967
Fax: 212-866-2760