About this Shelter
The Open Arms Program is a 38 bed shelter for single homeless men which began operating in 1989.
It has established itself as a model program.
The program provides a full range of services for residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Along with caring and effective staff workers, Open Arms offers a number of on-site services.
Intensive drug/alcoholism treatment five days a week, provided by Innovation Health Systems.
Part-time clinical psychologist.
A satellite Mental Health Clinic with a psychiatrist, provided by New York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center, White Plains.
G.E.D. educational training program, sponsored by Rochambeau School.
Referrals and assistance in finding job and housing.
Mission Statement: Restoring hope to Westchester County's men, women and children in need- and lifting them to greater self sufficiency.