Bulletin Board - Community Education
|Mental Health Association - Education & Training||
The Nassau County Department of Human Services, Office of Mental Health, Chemical Dependency & Developmental Disabilities Services’ Behavioral Health Awareness Campaign.
|Self-Management Education For Diabetes||
Our commitment is to partner with you so that you are equipped with skills to meet your needs. These skills will help you make informed decisions daily on how to live a healthier life.
Several of the skills that you will learn include:
An initial 1 on 1 appointment is scheduled with the Certified Diabetes Educator followed by four two hour sessions and three month follow up after completion of the program. Diabetes education is a covered benefit under most health plans whose beneficiaries have a diagnosis of type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
Connect with us: Maria Curcio, CDE, RDN, MS 631-687-4188 [email protected]
*A physician’s referral may be necessary depending on health plan
Please see the attached flyer.
|Brentwood Summer Youth Connection||
Please see image attached.
|Why Not Visit a Farmers’ Market This Summer?||
Buying Fresh is Easier Than You Think…
Eat Smart New York Long Island is a community-based nutrition education and obesity prevention program. ESNY-LI utilizes a variety of strategies, including nutrition education workshops, social media/marketing, and promoting healthy places and policies to improve the likelihood that persons with limited resources will make healthy food choices and choose to be more physically active. Our programs are offered for FREE in English and Spanish for youth, adults and seniors.
Visit our website for recipes and more information: www.eatsmartnyli.com
*This information was funded by USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - SNAP. SNAP provides nutrition assistance to people with low income. To find out more, go to myBenefits.ny.gov or contact 1-800-342-3009. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Please see attached the Farmers Market Nutrition Program Flyers.
|HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE PROGRAMS||
HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE PROGRAMS
Suffolk County Community College
Suffolk County Community College's Office for Continuing Education, in conjunction with the TechHire grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, is offering two opportunities to earn credentials. These workforce programs have no tuition costs for eligible individuals ages 17-29.
Online Health Information Technology Program
This program will introduce health care delivery transformation and use the electronic health record (EHR) to prepare participants for employment in the changing health care environment. Upon completion of the program, eligible students may sit for the Certified Associate in Health Information & Management Systems (CAHIMS) examination, a nationally recognized credential. Click here for the Admission Application. Informational flyer can be found here.
Career Development Bootcamp
Students will participate in classroom and online instruction to develop career skills and is targeted to those who have graduated from high school but not yet attending college. This course is designed to prepare students with practical knowledge, strengthen time management and organizational skills and expose students to health information technology applications. Upon successful completion, students will earn a National Workforce Readiness Credential. For immediate consideration, complete the attached form.
For further information about these programs, please contact Andrea Dunkirk at 631.451.4552 or email [email protected].
|Physical Therapy Aide Course||
Long Island Educational Opportunity Center offers a Physical Therapy Aide Course.
|Parenting Skills Program for Military Families||
Are you struggling to manage your children’s behaviors?
Have you been exposed to military or civilian trauma?
Has your trauma experience interferes with your parenting?
Don’t worry, you are not alone!
Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic
One Park Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Contact Dr. Roni Avinadav
|LIEOC - Physical Therapy Aide Educational Program||
|Free Financial Coaching for Veterans||
Workforce New York Career Center has partnered with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to provide free financial coaching services to veterans. Financial coaches provide support, encouragement, accountability, and tools to help make informed decisions.
Who is eligible for this service?
A financial coach is a trained professional who will guide you in a process that is non-judgmental, confidential and based on your goals.
Call 631-521-1156 to learn more about the program.
|Housing Help Inc. - St. Hugh of Lincoln Outreach||
A Bilingual, Certified Housing Counselor will be providing the following FREE services:
St. Hugh of Lincoln Outreach
21 East Ninth Street
(Use 1st Avenue Entrance)
Huntington Station, New York 11746
Questions: Call Housing Help at (631) 754 - 0373