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Vaccine Sign Up Assistance As of Monday, January 11, New York State entered Phase 1b of vaccine distribution for COVID-19. To see if you're eligible for the vaccine, click here. We understand that registering for a vaccine can be difficult, and Beth El is here to support you. If you need assistance, please email and someone will be in touch to help you navigate the process.

Beth El’s Social Worker Shari Baum: 914-761-0600 x2145,

Beth El’s Emergency Line: (914) 235-2700, dial *
A member of the senior team will contact you within 30 minutes.

Beth El Cares Hotline/Email (914) 235-2700, dial 9 |
A hotline and email for needs that arise which are specific to the public health crisis. Someone from our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Want to Volunteer? Email, write VOLUNTEER and your full name in the subject line. You will be added to our volunteer database.

A mental health hotline is available to New Yorkers who need it. For free emotional support, consultation and referral to a provider, call 1-844-863-9314.

From the CDC: How can I help prevent the spread?
From the CDC: What should I do if I have symptoms?
Westchester County Dept of Health

Teens Guide to Mental Health in Quarantine Click here >

Quarantine and isolation guidance can be viewed here.

To sign up for NY State COVID-19 Updates, click here.

Parenting Resources For COVID 19: General Information About Coronavirus for Families; Talking to Children About Coronavirus; Parenting During the Coronavirus Outbreak; Recognizing and Managing Stress; Social Distancing and Staying Home; Activities and Resources for Families and Children at Home - Click here

Talking With Your Children: Guide from SAMHSA - click here

Self-health tips from a psychologist on coping with COVIDclick here

guide to self-care. Take care of yourself as you care for others!

guide to spotting signs of depression in others. The coronavirus, quarantines, and their effects are challenging the mental health of many in our communities.

guide to spotting signs of abuse. Unfortunately, domestic violence is widely predicted to increase with more people at home. 

Click here for a list of Westchester resources from the UJA Federation.

COVID-19 testing appointment in New Rochelle: 888-364-3065.

For questions about Coronavirus/COVID-19, call the Westchester County hotline, hosted by the United Way at 211.

The NYS Department of Health hotline is (888) 364-3065.

The hotline for those that think they may be infected and have symptoms is: 855-626-7662.

The Westchester hotline number for those who are under self-quarantine is: 866-588-0195.

Grief Support During Covid-19

In these uncertain times of physical distancing grievers are feeling more alone and isolated than ever. Human connection and support are crucial to those who are grieving. WJCS is here to support you. If you would like to speak with a social worker privately this can be done via telephone or zoom. We will also be taking registrations for a virtual support group. For more information and to schedule an appointment please contact:

Gillian Rittmaster, LCSW
Westchester Jewish Community Services
Coordinator, Pathways to Care Program/Bereavement
Phone: 914-761-0600 Ext. 2142
Fax: 914-949-6778

Shari Baum, LMSW
Coordinator, Partners In Caring
Westchester Jewish Community Services
Phone: 914 761 0600 ext 2145

*Message to our Beth El Members and community at large*

It is important to keep our home security in mind during these stressful times, as we have heard reports of local concerns. Please remember to keep doors and windows closed and locked, alarms on, outdoor lights on, etc. Please be aware and report any issues to the police as soon as possible. We want to make sure that everyone is staying safe!

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