By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As news spreads about yet another devastating earthquake in Haiti, people near and far are wondering how to help.

New York City officials have organized several donation drives and are offering mental health services for Haitian Americans impacted here at home.

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office is collecting monetary donations here.

Donations will be distributed to Ayiti Community Trust, CapraCare, Hope for Haiti and Partners in Health.

The mayor also said mobile counseling units will be stationed at Haitian American Council Training Center and Evangelical Crusade Christian Church this weekend in Brooklyn.

You can also call 888-NYC-WELL and speak with someone in Haitian Creole.

The Ayfa Foundation is also raising money for relief.

The NYPD is collecting medical supplies, personal hygiene items, non-perishable food, baby food and flashlights at its precincts.

New York City Councilwoman Farah Louis said her office is also collecting supplies, which can be dropped off at the Haitian American CaucusCapraCare and Brooklyn Commons.

New York State Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte is collecting donations in Flatbush, as well.

Residents and organizations in Newark wanting to help with relief efforts can bring canned goods and new clothes to Family Manor, located at 795 Sanford Avenue, in Newark, beginning on Saturday, August 21, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and on Monday, August 24, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

CBSNewYork Team