Severe weather is expected to impact the NYC region beginning Thursday, Oct. 1st through Monday, Oct. 5th. The weather system may include flash flooding, river flooding, gusty winds, high surf, beach erosion, and some coastal flooding at high tide. Potential power disruptions are possible due to heavy rains and wind. The impact is expected to be greatest in coastal areas.
Hurricane Joaquin may impact our region early next week. Its forecast is still highly uncertain and is being closely monitored.
Information on our programs is listed below. Additionally, you may call 866-903-1565 to hear a recorded message with updated information.
St. Mary’s Community Program’s Emergency Plan has been activated. To ensure that our patients and families are safe and prepared, please make sure that you have enough non-perishable food, water, medications, supplies, flashlights and batteries. It is also advisable to keep your cell phone charged.
If you or a family member has life-sustaining equipment, batteries should be charged and generators available for use if power outage occurs. If an emergency situation arises, please call 911. For non-emergencies (heat, power, public transit information), in NYC call 311; in Nassau: 800-315-5153; and in Suffolk: 631-852-4900.
Our dedicated staff will make home visits, however there may be some delays. If you need to reach our offices, please use the following numbers.
- St. Mary’s Home Care: 718-281-8600
- St. Marys’ Care at Home (CAH) and Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC): 718-281-8600
- St. Mary’s Community Care Professionals (CCP): 718-281-8573
Please call them main numbers listed above first. If the main number is not working, please use this alternate number 718-819-0452.
Pediatric Day Healthcare Program
For weather-related inquiries for PDHC participants, please call 718-281-8858.