Community Wellness Program
We strive to provide wellness and counseling services grounded in best practices and goodness of fit. We are committed to a strengths-based approach respecting all individuals and families and work with a number of dedicated community partners to help build resilience in individuals, families and our community.
We provide counseling services free of charge to our members. Please call Leith Colton, Community Wellness Director at 914.305.6024 to schedule a confidential intake assessment appointment during regular business hours. You can also reach our counseling and wellness department by email at email@example.com. If we cannot accommodate a specific request we will provide referrals to other local agencies.
If you are having a mental health emergency or need help with an emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
The Carver Center Community Wellness Program supports our children, adolescents, and adults with advocacy, mindfulness, conflict resolution, and communication skills. Included in our offerings are individual therapy, family and group sessions, and linkage to other Port Chester-based resources.
We are a passionate and innovative team of people striving to do trauma-informed work that supports wellbeing. Because we value collaboration and teamwork, members of our staff and community partners also participate and help to facilitate some of our ongoing programs:
- Adult Learning Circles: We meet most Wednesdays at Carver Center from 4:00-5:00pm. This group is for those individuals interested in exploring mindful solutions to everyday challenges.
- Senior Breakfast meets the first Friday of each month at 9:00am from September-June at the Carver Center.
- Senior Connections: We welcome senior citizens for social connections, learning, intergenerational opportunities, etc. Facilitated by Carver staff.
- Latino Connection: Meets once per week, an opportunity to come together. This group is facilitated by FSW staff member, Sandra Batista.
The goal of all Carver Center Community Wellness programming is to provide the people that we serve opportunities to build self-sufficient lives by serving, educating and empowering them with the necessary tools and strategies. We do this by providing individual, family, and group therapy supporting individuals and families in stress management and healthy communication.
Resilience: A one-hour documentary explaining the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the creation of a new movement to treat and prevent toxic stress. After the screening, there will be a discussion about the film and how this important work can help our community thrive.
The film will be shown at The Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library, 1 Haseco Avenue, Port Chester, NY 10573 on Monday, October 29, 2018 at 6:00pm. Pre-registration is required at https://pcrblibraryresilience.app.rsvpify.com/, in person at the Library Information desk or by phone at 914-939-6710 ext. 103. We are proud to present this film along with The Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library.
Spring Wellness Showcase: Please join us here at Carver Center, Carver Center Gymnasium on Saturday, May 18, 2019 1:00-4:00pm at Carver Center, 400 Westchester Avenue, Port Chester, NY 10573. Please stay tuned for more details about this community event.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room.
Local Non-Emergent Contact Information:
Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in Port Chester, NY:
Narcotics Anonymous meeting in Port Chester, NY:
National Association of Mental Illness: Please call NAMI directly at 800-950-NAMI from 10:00am-6:00pm to find the location of the nearest group meeting.
Port Chester Recovery Center located at 132 Pearl St., Port Chester, NY. They can be reached at 914-939-2700 or at: http://www.stvincentswestchester.org/outpatient-programs/port-chester-recovery-center.
For more general information about Carver Center Wellness Programming,
please contact our Community Wellness Director, Leith Colton by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 914.305.6024.