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Affordable Care Act Counselor/Navigator
Need Help with the New Health Care Options?
Have your questions answered and enroll. Speak to a Counselor/Navigator from Community Health Advocates of the Community Service Society of New York. At the Science, Industry and Business Library. Sessions available Fridays 11a.m.-5p.m. in room 55, lower level. Please Call 888-614-5400 for an appointment in advance. (walk-ins welcome if open times are not taken).
Credit Crisis Counseling
Have debt problems?
Call 212-614-5413 for an appointment with a counselor from the Financial Coaching Corp, Community Service Society of NY.
One hour appointments available Mondays and Thursdays between 11 am – 3 pm.
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Need help planning your future?
Sign up for a free session with a financial counselor. Financial professionals, provided in part by the Financial Planning Association of NY , offer their expertise free of charge, and will answer questions about any personal money matters you might have. Half hour sessions are private and confidential. Bring any documents that might be relevant to you question. Your name, phone number and e-mail are required are required to make an appointment.
One Stop Program @ Bronx Library Center and Mid Manhattan Library
You may quality for over 40 government benefits: Food Stamps/Safelink Cell Phone, Medicare/Medicaid, Disability Rent Increase Exemption, Unemployment Insurance, Emergency Assistance and many more.
Please visit our Single Stop Benefits Counselor located in Room 505 at the Bronx Library Center.
Hours are: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9-5. Tel: 718-579-4263 or 917-582-1747.
Referrals to Legal, Financial and Counseling services also provided. No Appointment Necessary. Servicios en espanol tambien.
Single Stop is available on the third floor of Mid-Manhattan Library (455 Fifth Avenue at 40th Street) Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 pm. For more information, call 212-340-0861.
Tax Assistance at the Library