Domestic Violence, Mental Health and Drug Abuse resources

  • The Westchester County Department of Public Health provides access to counseling and other supportive mental health services at 914-995-1900.
  • The Drug Abuse Prevention Council (DAPC) serves the towns of Bedford, Lewisboro and Pound Ridge.  Its members are from a variety of sectors, including schools, police departments, local governments, and residents.  The DAPC addresses the risk as well as the protective factors for substance use and abuse.  If you’d like further information about volunteering with the DAPC, please contact the Supervisor’s Office by email at  benefits [at]  More information about the DAPC can also be found at the linked document below.  
  • Hope’s Door prevents, responds to, and partners to end domestic and intimate partner violence and other forms of abuse. You can find information on the services Hope's Door is providing during COVID-19 here.  They also provide a 24/7/365 crisis, support and information hotline at 888-438-8700.