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ASA College: Miami Campus
3909 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Tel: 844-319-4432
E-mail: info@asa.edu

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9am – 9pm
Saturday: 10am – 2pm

Health Services

ACCESSNYC BENEFITS INFORMATION
  • Access NYC: a free service that helps you find out if you may qualify for over 30 City, State and Federal benefit programs such as Medicaid, Food Stamps or help with utility bills.
  • NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA): Providing temporary cash assistance, help in paying for food, heating assistance; overseeing New York State’s child support enforcement program; determining certain aspects of eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits; supervising homeless housing and services programs; and providing assistance to certain immigrant populations.
  • Programs Available from Access NYC: Information on programs for family with children, employment and training, food and nutrition, health care services, health insurance, housing assistance and financial services programs.
HEALTH INSURANCE
HIV/AIDS SERVICES
  • Brooklyn AIDS Task Force: Provides comprehensive HIV/AIDS related services to underserved racial/ethnic minority communities in the borough. 25 Chapel Street, Room 605, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Tel: (718) 596-3635
  • Chelsea Health Center, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene: Free HIV and STD Testing. HIV Testing is anonymous and confidential. 303 9th Ave, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10001 Tel: (877) 364-8191 or call HIV hotline (800) 825-8448
  • HIV Law Project: is the only organization of its kind in NYC dedicated to providing comprehensive legal services exclusively to low-income people living the HIV/AIDS. Some of the services provided include housing and eviction prevention, family law, employment law and benefit issues, immigration law, HIV related confidentiality and discrimination issues. 15 Maiden Lane, 18th Floor, New York, NY 10038 Tel: (212) 577-3001
  • Housing Works: provides comprehensive services to homeless and low-income New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS. Supportive services include but are not limited to housing, healthcare, meals and nutritional counseling, mental health and substance use treatment, job training, and legal assistance.
  • Women’s Health Center 57 Willoughby Street, Lower Level, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Tel: (212) 577-3001
FAMILY HEALTH
  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention-College Health and Safety: College is full of exciting new experiences, from meeting people to living away from home. But, college can also be stressful as you try to develop new routines, maintain a healthy diet, and manage responsibilities on your own. Provides tips and information to stay safe and healthy in college.
  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention-Kids and Teens: Information to help you guide your kids in making choices that will lead to healthier lives. 4770 Buford Highway MS E-89, Atlanta, Georgia 30341 Tel: (770) 488- 8190
  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention-College Health and Safety: College is full of exciting new experiences, from meeting people to living away from home. But, college can also be stressful as you try to develop new routines, maintain a healthy diet, and manage responsibilities on your own. Provides tips and information to stay safe and healthy in college.
MENTAL HEALTH
  • LIFENET (Crisis Intervention Contact Information): New York City’s only toll-free, multilingual, multi-cultural, confidential referral hotline network available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week for anyone seeking help for mental health and/or substance abuse treatment. For additional information contact: 1-800-LIFENET (800 543-3638).
  • Mental Health Treatment Locator: Lists facilities providing mental health services to persons with mental illness across the United States. Tel: (800) 662-HELP
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Lifeline centers are actively involved in providing referrals to mental health professionals who can help you work through whatever issues you are dealing with, no matter how large or small. Learn more about mental health, how to find a therapist or support group, and how to develop a safety plan. By calling (800) 273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.
  • New York State Office of Mental Health: Promotes the mental health of all New Yorkers with a particular focus on facilitating hope and recovery for adults with serious mental illness and children with serious emotional disturbances. 44 Holland Avenue, Albany, NY 12229 Tel: (800) 597-8481
  • The Trevor Project: organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. The Trevor Lifeline: (866) 488-7386 NY Office Tel: (212) 229-1510
MEN’S HEALTH
WOMEN’S HEALTH
  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention-Women: Promotes and protect health, safety, and quality of life of women at every stage of life. Tel: (770) 488-8190
  • National Organization for Women: Aims to end violence against women, advance women in the workplace, promote reproductive freedom, transform images of women in the media, and secure equality for LGBTQ people. 150 W 28th Street, Suite 304, New York, NY 10001 Tel: (212) 627-9895
  • Healthfinder.gov-Women: Information on a variety of health topics, diseases, nutrition, mental health, among others, specifically affecting women.
  • Women’s Health.gov-Women: Offers tools to help women of all ages and backgrounds live stronger, healthier, and even longer lives. Tel: (202) 690-7650
VETERANS
  • Veterans Health Administration: Home to the United States’ largest integrated health care system consisting of 152 medical centers, nearly 1,400 community-based outpatient clinics, community living centers, Vet Centers and Domiciliaries. Together these health care facilities and the more than 53,000 independent licensed health care practitioners who work within them provide comprehensive care to more than 8.3 million Veterans each year. Tel: (800) 827-1000
  • Veterans Crisis Line: The Veterans Crisis Line is staffed by caring, qualified VA responders—many who are Veterans themselves. They understand what Veterans have been through and the challenges Veterans of all ages and service eras face. Whatever’s got you down—chronic pain, anxiety, depression, sleeplessness, anger, or even homelessness—a Veterans Crisis Line responder can provide support, day or night. Tel: (800) 273-8255