Champlain Valley Educational Services currently maintains a catalog of community support services that employees, students, and visitors to this page may find beneficial to their emotional, social, and mental wellness. Employees can also take advantage of our Employee Assistance Program and 2-1-1 from United Way of the Adirondack Region.
|Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Work Life Matters
|United Way of the Adirondack Region|
|Available:||24/7||14 Hours a Day|
|Websites:||IBH Work Life
username: Matters – password: wlm70101
|United Way ADK 211 Website|
|Services:||Employer Resources, Work & Daily, Legal & Financial, Wellness, Behavioral Health
You have unlimited access to consult with a professional counselor via telephone. Face-to-face counseling sessions are available, if needed. Up to 3 sessions are free of charge as part of WorkLifeMatters. When you call 1-800-386-7055, the counselor will arrange a session with a professional who is part of the IBH network of providers.
For legal and financial topics, you can receive a free initial 30 minute office or telephone consultation with an attorney or seasoned financial professional and certified public accountant (CPA). Local referrals are available for more complex legal or financial issues for a fee.
A variety of training resources—webinars, video and PowerPoint presentations—are also available to help you manage your quality of life.
|Basic Needs, Consumer Services, Criminal Justice and Legal Services, Education, Environment and Public Health/Safety, Health Care, Income Support and Employment, Individual and Family Life, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services,
Organization/Community/International Services, Health Improvement Programs.
|North Country Crisis Helpline||1-866-577-3836||Available 24/7||
|Champlain Valley Family Center||518-561-8480||M-Th: 8am-8pm
|Behavioral Health Services North||518-563-8000||24/7 Hotline
|Clinton County Mental Health||518-565-4060||M-Th:8:30am-8pm
|Essex County Mental Health||518-873-3670
|Department of Social Services||518-565-3300
|JCEO – Clinton County||518-561-6310||M-F 8:30am-4:00pm||
|NYS myBenefits||Website||Available online||Resources available through New York State which include: SNAP, HEAP, Assistance Programs, Health Insurance, Tax Credits and more.|
|Crisis Resources||Phone Number||Hours||Services|
|National Suicide Prevention Hotline||1-800-273-8255||Available 24/7||Free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress|
|2-1-1 USA National||2-1-1||Available 24/7||Crisis and Emergency, Disaster Assistance, Food, Health, Housing and Utilities, Jobs and Support, Re-entry, Veterans|
|Clinton County Suicide Hotline||1-866-577-3836||Available 24/7||Help for those at risk of suicide in Clinton County|
|National Drug Hotline||1-888-633-3239||Available 24/7||Offers 24/7 drug and alcohol help to those struggling with addiction.|
|National Domestic Violence Hotline||1-800- 799-7233||Available 24/7||The Hotline provides lifesaving tools and immediate support to empower victims and survivors to find safety and live free of abuse. They also provide support to friends and family members who are concerned about a loved one.|
|Food Banks||Phone Number||Hours||Services|
|JCEO||518-561-6310||M-F:12pm-3:30pm||A food pantry that is available for those needing assistance. They provide families with nutritious staple foods.|
|Mooers Wesleyan Food Pantry||518-298-2134||T:9am-12pm||A continual effort for the Mooers Wesleyan Food Pantry is making sure there is enough food to go around for everyone in need.|
|Plattsburgh Interfaith Food Pantry||518-562-3663||M-Th:9am-12pm
|The food shelf provides immediate relief in the form of three days worth of food to people in need up to six times a year as needed. It also provides nutritional awareness to improve food planning. Additionally, the food shelf takes action to raise community awareness of this problem, and advocates for changes in government policy.|
|North Country Eat Smart NY||Website
Or Call 211
|N/A||Resources to find a local food pantry in your county is available here.|
|Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)||1-800-342-3009||Website||SNAP provides nutrition assistance to people with low income.|