Somers Human Services engages and connects residents to information, support, assistance, opportunities, and services that promote family stability, youth enrichment, and supported, active seniorhood.
SOCIAL and SENIOR SERVICES
Social Services provides helpful information, access to services, assistance, and help with applications for public benefits, helping families stretch their household budget to make ends meet, obtain health and other community services, and learn how to navigate complex systems.
- Information and Referral
- Case Management
- Utility Assistance (water, electricity)
- Energy Assistance (electricity, fuel oil, gas)
- Emergency Financial Assistance
- Meals on Wheels
- Salvation Army Programs
- Crisis Intervention
- CHOICES Counseling
- Back-to-School Clothing and Supplies
- Holiday Toy Shop
Our Youth Services department provides the following services:
- Youth Leadership Council- Currently accepting nominations! YLC Overview-final
- leadership council nomination form FINAL fillable
- Mental Health Counseling
- Truancy Referrals
- Case Management
- Juvenile Review Board
- Positive Youth Development Programs
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For information, support, or referrals please call us! It is our pleasure to serve you.
Matthew Cox, Director of Human Services
Arianna Flagg, Substance Use Prevention Coordinator
Erin Gately, Youth Services Clinician
Christina Hurdle, Social Services Coordinator
Aiden Matthews, Youth Services Social Worker
SOMERS COMES TOGETHER
OUR LOCAL PREVENTION COUNCIL
What is a Local Prevention Council? Local Prevention Councils (LPCs) are made up of volunteers from diverse sectors in the community including the municipal sector, youth, parents, grandparents, business leaders, educators, law enforcement, faith based organizations, healthcare professionals, concerned citizens and other organizations. LPCs work to raise awareness about substance use and its impact on the community by planning and implementing educational opportunities, local media campaigns, and other events around the topic of substance abuse prevention. In addition, they look to address policies at a local level that may have an impact on substance abuse. Participation in an LPC is an opportunity to make positive changes in your community, meet other committed community members and participate in engaging activities ranging from program planning to positive youth development activities. For more information about joining Somers Comes Together, please email Matthew Cox, Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.