Office of the Queens Borough President, New York City Local Government
   Queens Borough President, Helen M. Marshall  

HEALTH and HUMAN SERVICES:
1-718-286-2680

Health Services in Queens
Health services are available for all residents of Queens
New York City provides a wide range of health services to residents.

Vision for a Comprehensive and Sustainable Health Care Delivery System in Queens - from Queens Borough President Helen Marshall.

Important work is underway to change the way health care is provided in Queens. BP Marshall has released a study on health care in the borough, and we invite you to view or download the document now. CLICK for Health Report 2006* (PDF - 643k)


 

Get Healthy. Stay Healthy.
As part of the many services provided to residents of New York City, the Visiting Nurse Service of New York often teams up with the NYC Department of Health to give free flu shots at senior centers, churches and other locations around the city. If you're 50 or older or suffer from a chronic health problem -- see if you can get a flu shot now (seasonal).

Seasonal News
To find out about the Dept. of Health's flu hotline: Dial 3-1-1
For the Dept. of Health, Click Here.

 

Health Info
The City of New York provides detailed health information on a variety of health related topics.
Click here to learn more.

Recylcing: Clean Up and Save Energy
NYC Waste Less encourages all of us to Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.
Click here for NYCWasteLess

Seniors
The Office of the Queens Borough President has information to assist seniors in obtaining city services.
Click here to learn more.

Click here for the latest guide to Senior Citizen Services published by the Borough President. (PDF)

Human Services
The Human Resources Administration helps individuals and families to achieve their highest level of self-reliance.
Click here to learn more.

Childrens' Services
The New York City Administration for Children's Services provides an array of preventive and protective services to maintain the safety of children.
Click here to learn more.

Disabled Persons
The Queens Borough President's Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities, often referred to as the Disability Task Force, works to help to improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities in the borough of Queens.
Click here to learn more.

Mental Health, Retardation & Alcoholism Services
The Office of the Queens Borough President has a resource guide to assist in obtaining city services.
Click here to learn more.

Homeless Services
The New York City Department of Homeless Services provides services for eligible homeless people.
Click here to learn more.

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
This directory can help you find the medical, legal and mental health services to help you and your family cope and recover.
Click here to learn more. (PDF)

Youth Services
We all know how important it is to teach our children well. As an educator, Borough President Marshall has discovered that we can also learn a lot from our kids. Helen Marshall now has formed the Youth Services Board, comprised of teens aged 14-19, to help counsel the borough president on matters that are important to them. We invite all residents to become more involved in shaping the youth agenda.

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in Queens 


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