Lifestyle Business: Business Health Resources

The goal of The Esopus Business Alliance is to promote and assist all member businesses by establishing recognition and trust through networking opportunities and cooperative ventures. We cultivate support and cooperation with Town Government and develop and maintain strong bonds with the community as a whole. We enthusiastically support business growth and economic development in order to expand consumer opportunities for Town of Esopus residents.
Address: 
PO Box 1
Port Ewen, NY 12466
Phone: 
(845) 384-1650
Public service outlet to help connect the community with our business members that offer health related products and services.
Address: 
PO Box 320
Highland, NY 12528
Phone: 
(845) 691-6070
Yoga related products including organic cotton yogawear, tops, crop pants, hemp/cotton pants along with mats, blocks, straps and carry bags. We also have meditation cushions, books, CDs and wall hangings with sacred designs.
Address: 
12 Tinker Street
(On the Village Green)
Woodstock, NY 12498
Phone: 
(845) 679-2926
Your Source for Free Legal Services. Legal Service of the Hudson Valley (LSHV) is the only legal safety net in seven counties that helps low-income and newly unemployed families, individuals, senior citizens, and children. LSHV provides free civil legal counsel and representation to protect a person’s right to the basic necessities of life as guaranteed by law. LSHV provides free legal services in the following areas: Social Security, SSI and Disability, Housing, Elder Law, Protection and Advocacy for the Disabled, Public Benefits, Children’s Advocacy, Family Law, Domestic Violence, Foreclosure, Bankruptcy. (845) 331-9373, Fax (845) 331-4813 New Intakes: 1-877-574-8529
Address: 
Ulster County LSHV
Willow Park Office Complex, 550 Aaron Court
Kingston, NY 12401
Phone: 
(845) 331-9373
The Worker Justice Center has recently welcomed a new staff member, Martiza Ovsak, who is our very first Domestic & Sexual Violence Victim Advocate for the Hudson Valley region. WJCNY’s Domestic and Sexual Violence Program offers specialized, culturally appropriate case management and legal services to victims of domestic violence who are employed in agricultural work or have previously been employed in agricultural work, regardless of immigration status. Martiza is bilingual (Spanish/English) and will work with victims to identify and address the specific needs of each survivor. Our program's in-house legal services include U-Visa applications and VAWA self-petitions, while WJCNY works with local partners to provide referrals for family legal services. In the Hudson Valley, the program is funded to serve women in the following counties: Dutchess, Columbia, Greene, Ulster, Orange, and Sullivan. I encourage you all to reach out directly to Maritza with questions or referrals at movsak@wjcny.org or (845) 331-6615 ext. 1007. Additional questions about the program may also be directed to WJCNY's Program Director, Andrea Callan acallan@wjcny.org
Address: 
9 Main Street
Kingston, NY 12401
Phone: 
(845) 331-6615 x1007
Have you had trouble finding a dentist for your child? Use this Dentist Locator to find free and low-cost dental services in your community who see children and accept Medicaid and CHIP.
Address: 
USAGov
1800 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20405
Phone: 
(877) 543-7669
The Comprehansive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention program is funded by the NYS Dept. of Health. Through the implementation of evidence based programs, this initiative strives to: delay the onset of sexual activity, reduce frequency of sex, reduce the number of sexual partners, increase negotiation & decision making skills, increase condom & other contraceptive use. Programs can be offered through schools, after school programs and community based organizations at no cost. This is a brief summary of some of the services offered. For more information, please see website.
Address: 
178 Church Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Phone: 
(845) 838-1200 x103
Ulster Works One-Stop Career Center is part of a network of One-Stop Career Centers in NYS that are focused on serving SSA disability beneficiaries in the return to work process. If you are a Social Security beneficiary between the ages of 18 and not yet 65, you have a "Ticket" that can be used at a participating Employment Network. Some of the services include: career counseling, resume development, individual job development, long-term follow-up supports, rights & responsibilities under the ADA, SSA disability benefits advisement. This is a brief summary of services. For more information, see website.
Address: 
651 Development Court
Kingston, NY 12401
Phone: 
(845) 340-3177
Hours: 
M-F, 8:30am - 4:45pm
The New York State Commission for the Blind (NYSCB) assists state residents of all ages who are legally blind to lead productive lives by providing vocational counseling, rehabilitation and employment training services. Transition services may include: Vocation counseling, Advocacy, Travel training, Daily living skills training, Pre-vocational and soft skills training, Technology training, Pre-college experiences, Summer and year-round work experience, Post-secondary guidance and support, Low vision services and aids, Job placement services, Benefits advice. For more information, please call toll free:
Address: 
NYSCB
40N. Pearl Street, 10th Floor, Suite D
Albany, NY 12243
Phone: 
(866) 871-3000