Local organizations, as well as our city and state governments, provide critical community resources. Here is a directory that we’ve put together at Yvette Clarke for Congress campaign headquarters:


COVID-19 Vaccinations

  • In September 2022, the CDC signed off a a new COVID-19 booster shot for everyone aged 12 and up who received their most recent dose at least 2 months ago. You can schedule an appointment and learn more information here


  • First and second doses of the monkeypox vaccine are available, and you can find more information here on eligibility, scheduling an appointment, and more 

Mental Health 

  • NYC Well is a free services that provides counselors and peer specialists, who are available for short-term counseling, crisis intervention, referrals, and more 
  • The New York State Office of Mental Health website contains information for mental health programs and resources 
  • You can call the suicide and crisis lifeline at any time by dialing 988 



  • The New York City government’s page on supportive housing, where you can find resources for housing lotteries, eviction assistance, rental supplement programs, and more 
  • New York State resources for seniors, accessibility, disability, eviction assistance, and more 
  • The New York Public Library’s housing and tenants rights resources 


  • The NYC Department of Small Businesses offers free services at Workforce1 Career Centers to prepare and help New Yorkers find jobs, including resume and interview workshops, connecting jobseekers to employers, and more 
  • If you are a Cash Assistance client, you can visit the NYC Human Resources Administration’s career services page for more information 

Small Businesses 


Hate crime reporting

  • NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force: (646) 610-5267
  • New York City Public Advocate: (212) 669-7250
  • New York State Attorney General: (866) 390-2992
  • New York State Division of Human Rights: (888) 392-3644