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Cornwall Police Headquarters

Address: 183 Main St., Cornwall, NY 12518

Telephone: (845)534-9100 email form on website

Website: http://www.cornwallny.com/Departments/Emergency-Services/Police

Meeting Hours/Places, Other Information:
24 hours/7 days a week

Topics: Police    Law Enforcement   

Last date information was confirmed: Tue Oct 11 09:08:11 2016

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Goshen Humane Society

Address: mailing: PO BOX 37, Goshen, NY 10924 Physical location: 44 Police Drive, Goshen, NY 10924

Telephone: (845)294-3984, goshenhumanesociety@gmail.com

Website: http://www.goshenhumanesociety.org

Meeting Hours/Places, Other Information:
Sun, Mon, Tues,Thurs, Fri 11 AM-3PM, closed Wed.

Topics: Animals    Animal Shelters and Sanctuaries    Pets   

Last date information was confirmed: Tue Nov 29 13:55:55 2016

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Juvenile Aid Bureau and Crime Prevention Unit - Middletown

Address: 2 JAMES ST., Middletown, NY 10940

Telephone: 845-346-4032

Website: http://www.middletownpolice.com

Meeting Hours/Places, Other Information:
Mon - Fri 8-4

Topics: Youth Services    Programs and Activities for Children    Law Enforcement   

Last date information was confirmed: Mon Mar 10 18:14:37 2014

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Orange County Shields

Address: PO Box 177, Monroe, NY 10949

Telephone: no phone currently listed email: ocshieldsgeoff@optonline.net

Website: http://orangecountyshields.com

Meeting Hours/Places, Other Information:
3rd Weds., 8:00 PM (no mtg. in July/Aug/Dec), (Doors open at 7:00PM) American Legion Post 488, 532 Lakes Rd., Monroe.NY

Topics: Police    Law Enforcement   

Last date information was confirmed: Thu Nov 2 10:43:50 2017

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R.U.O.K. Program- (Reassurance Program)

Address: Monroe Police Dept., 104 STAGE RD, Monroe, NY 10950

Telephone: (845)782-8644

Website: http://www.monroepd.org/

Meeting Hours/Places, Other Information:
This Free program provides a daily call to elderly or homebound residents of Monroe to check on their welfare. Pick up an application at the Monroe Police Dept. or download it from their website. Applications can be returned to the Department, or homebound residents can call to have an officer pick it up.

Topics: Eldercare    Health    Seniors    Senior Citizens    Elderly   

Last date information was confirmed: Thu Apr 6 11:37:42 2017

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Washingtonville PAL (Police Athletic League) Basketball

Address:

Telephone: Ralph Grimaldi (845) 496-9487 or Anthony Saverino (845) 497-1801

Website: http://www.townofbloominggroveny.com/Recreation/RecreationPrograms/Youth.aspx

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Topics: Summer    outdoor basketball (PAL Basketball League)   

Last date information was confirmed: Thu Jan 5 11:38:24 2017

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Middletown Cares Coalition

Address: 47 Academy Ave Middletown, New York 10940

Telephone: (845) 346-4233

Website: http://www.middletowncarescoalition.org

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From their Mission Statement: "The Middletown Cares Coalition is a group of people from our community who live, work and/or serve the Middletown community and are committed to developing an alcohol and drug free environment for our youth. The coalition was established in 2007 and has been the recipient of the Drug Free Communities grant each year to help fund the coalition and its efforts. With the help and support of our community partners, through outreach and community events, it is our common goal to educate and inform the youth about the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol. We strive to offer the youth of our community healthy alternatives to keep themselves drug and alcohol free. The Coalition is always looking for new ideas and creative solutions to promote our mission and goal. We welcome all residents of Middletown as well as anyone who works or serves in the community to join us. The Middletown Cares Coalition meets the second Thursday of every month at City Hall, 16 James Street, Middletown New York, in the Council Chambers from 6:00 7:00. Our current partners include many young people as well as adult community members, local business owners, faith-based organizations, youth-serving groups, civic organizations, social service agencies, local government, healthcare organizations, the Middletown Police Department and the Enlarged City School District of Middletown".

Topics: Alcoholism    Underage Drinking Prevention    Substance Abuse    Volunteers    Volunteering    Community Outreach and Support   

Last date information was confirmed: Wed Sep 13 06:22:16 2017

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