Bulletin Board - Human Services

UnderAware Drive - Aug 1st through Aug 31st

HALI Community Wellness and Recovery Center is launching UnderAWARE starting August 1st, 2018 until August 31st. The HALI Community Wellness and Recovery Center will be running their new month-long campaign UnderAWARE, with hopes of collecting underwear, a necessity that most of us take for granted. The HALI “CWRC” team has set a goal for 100 t-shirts, 100 boxer briefs/shorts, 100 bras and 100 pairs of panties. The goal of our UnderAWARE drive is to, of course collect and grow our depleted supply of underwear, and also bring awareness and conversation around the fact that everyone deserves fresh, clean underwear.  


The UnderAWARE campaign will be running for the entire month of August. To discuss creating an underwear drive at your location, or for more information about this request, please call me at 631.234.1925 x378 or email: [email protected]


 Please see the attached flyer. 

Island Harvest - Free breakfast for kids at the South Country Library

Free breakfast for kids at the South Country Library! 


Please see flyers attached. 

Home Team Financial Coaching - From Long Island Housing Services, Inc.

Meet one-on-one with an experienced Financial Counselor Get a $450 value offered FREE for a limited time (made possible by grant funding)

Create a personalized plan for:

  • Budgeting your income and expenses
  • Building credit and reducing debt
  • Saving for the future

CONTACT: Hannah Milem [email protected] Call: (631) 567-5111 x330 Text: (631) 542-2558

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. 

Catholic Health Services Lung Cancer Screening Program

Catholic Health Services now offers a Lung Cancer Screening Program for current or former smokers. Part of the American College of Radiology’s Lung Cancer Screening Registry, the initiative offers low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) screening for those at high risk of developing lung cancer.


Under the Medicare-approved eligibility criteria, people are eligible for a lung cancer screening program if they meet the following criteria:


  • Between the ages of 55 and 77
  • Have a smoking history of at least 1 pack per day for 30 years (or 2 packs daily for 15 years)
  • Are currently smoking or have quit smoking within the last 15 years
  • Currently have no signs or symptoms of lung cancer.


The painless, non-invasive LDCT scan takes just 10 to 15 minutes to complete and does not require fasting, injections or medications. Most insurances and Medicare cover annual screening for eligible patients.


In addition to coordinating follow-up care based on national guidelines and established evidence-based practices, the program’s nurse navigators can answer questions and determine whether screening is right for you.


LDCT screening is provided at convenient locations across Suffolk and Nassau counties:

  • St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center, Smithtown
  • St. Charles Hospital, Port Jefferson
  • Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, West Islip
  • St. Joseph Hospital, Bethpage
  • Mercy Medical Center, Rockville Centre
  • St. Francis Diagnostic, East Hills
  • St. Catherine & St. Charles Center for Health & Wellness, Commack


To learn more or schedule an appointment, please call 844-247-5864 or email [email protected] to speak to a dedicated nurse navigator.

The Eastern Long Island Hospital Foundation - Pink Aid Breast Fit Program

The Eastern Long Island Hospital Foundation is now providing free mammograms for women who • Are 40+ years old • Have low income • Are underinsured • Live on the North Fork

For more information and to make an appointment, please call 631-477-5121. Mammography will be done at ELIH Breast Health Center, 201 Manor Place, Greenport, NY. We can provide free mammograms only to a limited number of women in need.

HRHCare Suffolk Mobile Health Unit

HRHCare Suffolk Mobile Health Unit 
The HRHCare Mobile Health Unit will be offering these services in communities throughout Suffolk County: 

  • Routine check - ups (well visits) 
  • Sick visitsImmunizations and screenings
  • Lab Services Physicals
  • Family Planning
  • Specialty Care Referral 
  • Chronic Disease Management - including hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, asthma
  • Infectious disease treatment - including HIV, STIs, and hepatitis C

See Flyer 

Mobile Care Services

Skills Unlimited, Inc. and HRHCare have partnered to bring you an even higher level of care!

This integrated approach to healthcare will allow for individuals to have both their primary care and behavioral health needs addressed in on convenient location.

View flyer for more information.

Access to Home Program

Community Development Center of Long Island 's Access to Home Program provides financial assistance to property owners to make dwelling untis accessible for low- and moderate-income persons receiving Medicaid and living with a disability.

View flyer here to learn more.

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


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