WARMBED-NASSAU COUNTY'S EMERGENCY SHELTER RELIEF PROGRAM

 
General Information
Description of ProgramProvides immediate emergency shelter for homeless individuals and families in Nassau County during the winter months. Program typically operates from the day after Thanksgiving through March 31 of the following year. If winter conditions persist beyond March 31st, the program will continue until warmer weather arrives. During operational hours, employees from WARMBED and the Department of Social Services (DSS) will make appropriate referrals and provide shelter placement. Once placed, the staff at DSS and the Office of Housing & Community Development will contact those who are homeless in order to access resources for permanent housing. Homeless veterans utilizing the WARMBED program will be assisted by the Nassau County Veterans Services Agency.
LocationNassau
Geographic AreaNassau
 
Client Information
EligibilityNassau County Homeless. Access to all Emergency Housing for Homeless Persons Requires a Referral by a DSS office location/hotline operator. For Nassau County, please call (516)227-8519 or the evening/emergency number at (516)573-8626. For Suffolk County, please call (631)854-9517 or the evening/emergency number at (631)854-9100. If you are ineligible for DSS services, please call Long Island Coalition for the Homeless at (631)464-4314.
 
Contact Information
Contact's NamePaul Broderick
Contact's PositionDeputy Commissioner
Physical Site Address 160 Charles Lindbergh Blvd.
Physical Site City, State, ZipUniondale, NY 11553-3656
Mailing Address 160 Charles Lindbergh Blvd.
Mailing City, State, ZipUniondale, NY 11553-3656
Main Phone(866)WARMBED (1-866-927-6233)
Other PhoneEmergency Number 516-573-8626
Web Addresswww.nassaucountyny.gov
 
Additional Information
Last UpdateJul19
 
Affiliated Agency and Services
Affiliated Agency:
NASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
This Program: WARMBED-NASSAU COUNTY'S EMERGENCY SHELTER RELIEF PROGRAM
Affiliated Services: WARMBED-NASSAU COUNTY'S EMERGENCY SHELTER RELIEF PROGRAM