Bulletin Board - Human Services
|Helping Hand Rescue Mission - Free Community Lunch||
Helping Hand Rescue Mission - Free Community Lunch
Every Tuesday & Thursday
12 PM - 1 PM
225 Broadway, Huntington Station,
New York, 11746
|HWCLI - Virtual VITA Program||
If your household income was less than 54,000 in 2017, you could qualify for FREE tax preparation.
Call for more information or to schedule an appointment!
Wyandanch Senior Nutrition Center
28 Wyandanch Avenue,
Wyandanch, NY 11798
Tuesdays 1/30 - 4/3
11 AM - 1 PM
(631) 491- 4889
|Universal Abilities Entrepreneurship Essentials||
Do you have the tools to be a successful entrepreneur? Click here to view flyer for more information.
|SILO's "Waiver" Hello to Independence||
"Waiver" Hello to Independence
Learn more about Nursing Home Transition & Diversion Waiver and Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver Programs by viewing English and Spanish flyer here.
|National Grid’s Home Energy Affordability Team||
Launched April 1, 2017, Home Energy Affordability Team℠ (HEAT℠) is here to help bring energy efficiency and comfort to those individuals who qualify. Homeowners and renters residing in a single-family home or residential buildings with 1-4 units who are listed as the person of record responsible for the natural gas service, who meet income guidelines or receive HEAP, SNAP or public assistance, are eligible. If you qualify, HEAT℠ will make arrangements with one of their skilled energy specialists to conduct a no-cost assessment of your home. The energy specialist will perform a top-to-bottom evaluation of the home, both inside and out, to find areas where you can save money. Customers may also qualify for no-cost energy-saving improvements such as:
• Installation of water-saving devices (faucet aerators, low-flow showerheads)
• Installation of health and safety devices (carbon monoxide detectors)
• Attic insulation, weather stripping, duct sealing, and air sealing
• In certain cases we may repair or replace your natural gas appliances (heating systems, domestic hot water heaters)
Call 1-844-375-HEAT (4328)
E-mail [email protected]
|Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic's Free Services|
|New York CourtHelp & DIY Forms|
United Way of Long Island’s Project Warmth opened on December 4, and will remain open until all funds are exhausted. Project Warmth heating assistance program helps families and individuals facing heating emergencies – like a near empty fuel tank or termination notice from the heating vendor. If you need emergency assistance, please call 2-1-1 for a referral to a Project Warmth application site. Project Warmth is Long Island’s only non-governmental emergency heating program and it has no income eligibility criteria for assistance. View flyer in English & Spanish
|Harmony Cafe's Monthly Luncheon||
Harmony Cafe hosts a monthly luncheon at noon on the second Wednesday of each month at our temporary location at the VFW Post 2913 on 32 Edwards Street in Patchogue, NY. We use a Pay-What-You-Can donation model. We have no prices on the menu, we have an suggested donation instead. Our lunches are two and half hours in length and includes live music. It is a social event meant to bring the community together, regardless of social status. We all deserve to have access to healthy food in environment that is free of judgement and stigma for all people.
We provide the basic need for food and community in a welcoming gathering place for all our community members, regardless of their means. Dining together and supporting one another in building friendships and a healthier community. No one is ever turned away for lack of funds.
|Suffolk County HIV Resources and Testing Centers||
Suffolk County Family Health Centers
Suffolk County Department of Health Services is affiliated with nine family health centers located in Amityville, Brentwood, Greenlawn, Coram, Southampton, Patchogue, Riverhead, Shirley, and Wyandanch. The health centers offer HIV testing services, education and treatment. For contact information for the health centers, visit http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/Departments/HealthServices/PatientCare/HealthCenters.aspx
LIAAC: AIDS Education and Testing Initiative
The Long Island Association for AIDS Care (LIAAC) is a community-based, not-for-profit agency that provides services and support for Long Islanders infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and at high risk for HIV infection and other infectious diseases. Staff refers and link clients to medical treatment, supportive services, and assists them with navigating through the social services and health care system. LIAAC offers case management, a hotline for Long Islanders looking for AIDS-related services, and testing –including rapid HIV, Hepatitis C and STIs (Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis) testing --throughout the year on its mobile van. Call on the hotline 1-877-865-4222 to ask the mobile van to visit your neighborhood. For more information on LIAAC, visit http://www.liaac.org/hiv-aids-hotline.php
LIGALY offers free, quick, and confidential HIV/STI testing at its community centers across Long Island. Get results in as little as 20 minutes, by appointment or during drop-in hours. Free condoms are available, as well.
Where: The Center at Bay Shore, 34 Park Ave., Bay Shore, NY
When: Drop-In Hours are every Wednesday from 5:00pm – 8:00pm and every second Friday of the month from 7:00pm – 9:00pm (ages 13-21 only).
Where: 44 Union St., Sag Harbor, NY
When: Call for an appointment
For questions or to schedule an appointment, call 631.665.2300 or email [email protected]. If you are unable to travel, LIGALY can come to you. Its discreet mobile testing van is outfitted to facilitate testing.
HIV Testing Sites & Care Services Locators