Individual and Family Support Services

Taxonomy Code: PH

Programs that provide alternative living arrangements for children who have no birth family or whose family environment is abusive; facilitate the settlement of new residents in the community; marshal community resources on behalf of disadvantaged residents during the holidays; or offer other services that augment and expand the protection, supervision, care and support that are provided through the primary family unit, or that enhance the recipient's mobility or ability to communicate and live more comfortably.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
CARDIAC REHABILITATION PROGRAMOffers a 12-week plan with three 1-hour exercise sessions per week to men and women with coronary problems in an attempt to help individuals maintain healthy hearts and return to life's mainstream. Provides support and guidance for families.NassauCARDIAC REHABILITATION PROGRAMWINTHROP UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
CASE MANAGEMENT FOR THE CARE AT HOME PROGRAMProvides case management and service coordination for the Care at Home Program. The case manager will assist and enable a child and family to access the full range of eligible services and resources to maintain the child at home.SuffolkCASE MANAGEMENT FOR THE CARE AT HOME PROGRAMANGELA'S HOUSE
CHILD CAREReceives, studies and determines eligibility for Child Care Services. For further information or guidance in the location and selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.NassauCHILD CARENASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
CLINIC PROGRAMProvides outpatient behavioral health services including psychiatric evaluations, medication treatment, and individual, family and group services for children from age 5 to 18 years of age.NassauCLINIC PROGRAMSOUTH SHORE CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER, INC.
COORDINATED CHILDREN'S SERVICES INITIATIVEOffers inter-agency approach to provide a variety of support services to children at risk of out-of-home placement and their families. Works with families to determine what services are needed in each individualized case.NassauCOORDINATED CHILDREN'S SERVICES INITIATIVENORTH SHORE CHILD AND FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER
FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S CENTEROffers ongoing support groups and individual counseling for parents and children in the following areas: developmental milestones, physical and mental development of infants, cognitive, social and emotional development, language development, temperament and personality power struggles and discipline, negativism, sibling rivalry, individuality, toilet training, divorce, bereavement, hyperactivity (ADHD) and oppositional defiant behavior.SuffolkFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S CENTERHOPE HOUSE MINISTRIES
FAMILY CONNECTIONSProvides intensive, short-term services in families where children are at risk of being removed from the home. Workers teach practical skills for successful family life, and provide counseling and other support to keep families together.SuffolkFAMILY CONNECTIONSBERKSHIRE FARM CENTER AND SERVICES FOR YOUTH
HEPATITIS C SUPPORT GROUPProvides support for persons with Hepatitis C and their families. The group meets the 1st Monday of the month from 7pm-9pm at the NSUH at Plainview. Call for more information.NassauNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL AT PLAINVIEWNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL AT PLAINVIEW
IN-HOME RESPITE SERVICESProvides in home services for Nassau County caregivers who are caring for older family member at home. Offers a regular weekly visit to relieve caregivers so that they can enjoy regular time off. Provides the older adult with a friend who will engage, stimulate and ensure a safe environment. Free nurses' assessment, affordable sliding scale hourly fee, and ongoing professional support and referral.NassauIN-HOME RESPITE SERVICESEAC NETWORK
LIFELINE MEDIATION CENTEROffers tutoring services, family counseling, individual counseling, and mentoring services. Also offers a job referral program. Call for more information.SuffolkLIFELINE MEDIATION CENTERLIFELINE MEDIATION CENTER
LINK PROGRAM/HOME BASED CRISIS INTERVENTIONLINK is an intensive, short-term crisis intervention program that provides assistance to families in crisis by helping to stabilize their family life and facilitating linkages to therapeutic resources in the community for ongoing support. The program uses a psycho educational approach that includes cognitive, behavioral, and client-centered approaches. Promotes and encourages improved family and individual functioning by teaching families necessary skills to remain together and prevent psychiatric hospitalization for children and adolescents in Suffolk County. Referrals are accepted primarily through Suffolk's Children's Mobile Crisis Team and Stony Brook University Hospital CPEP (Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program). LINK can also be accessed from all Suffolk County Emergency Rooms and through WellLife Network directly and Suffolk County Mental Health Clinics.SuffolkLINK PROGRAM/HOME BASED CRISIS INTERVENTIONWELLLIFE NETWORK
LONG ISLAND CITIZENS TASK FORCE ON AGING OUTOffers quarterly meetings for parents and professionals to answer critical questions faced by young adults as they prepare to leave their educational placements, transitioning from student services to adult services. Provides workshops, and a Speakers Bureau. Meetings are held at 415A Oser Avenue, Hauppauge, NY. Call for times and additional information.SuffolkLONG ISLAND CITIZENS TASK FORCE ON AGING OUTLONG ISLAND CITIZENS TASK FORCE ON AGING OUT
MEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATIONProvides case management services to developmentally disabled (mental retardation, autism, down syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder, or cerebral palsy). Call for further information.NassauMEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATIONA-1 UNIVERSAL CARE, INC.
NATIONAL CONSORTIUM ON DEAF-BLINDNESS (NCDB)Assists in the transition of deaf-blind young people as they move from education to adult services. Provides technical assistance to public and private agencies and to parent groups who are working towards community integration and the enhancement of quality of life. This includes training and technical assistance in community-based living arrangements, employment, recreation and leisure, health and other individual and family support services. Offers small conferences, structured workshops, on-site and/or off-site program consultation and information and referral services.NassauNATIONAL CONSORTIUM ON DEAF-BLINDNESS (NCDB)HELEN KELLER NATIONAL CENTER FOR DEAF-BLIND YOUTHS AND ADULTS (HKNC)
NON-MEDICAID CASE MANAGEMENTProvides case management services for developmentally disabled individuals NOT in receipt of Medicaid.NassauNON-MEDICAID CASE MANAGEMENTA-1 UNIVERSAL CARE, INC.
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE OF LONG ISLANDProvides comfort and shelter to families experiencing the pain of having a sick child in an area hospital.Call for more information.NassauRONALD MCDONALD HOUSE OF LONG ISLANDRONALD MCDONALD HOUSE OF LONG ISLAND
SAUL AND ELAINE SEIFF EDUCARE CENTERProvides pre-school and school-age programs for 0-21 year olds who are multiply handicapped with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Also provides visual, auditory and speech education to children birth-5 years who suffer from intellectual or developmental disabilities, multiple handicaps and delayed speech. Transdisciplinary staff includes social workers, psychologists, therapists and medical support team. Family support and crisis intervention counseling provided.SuffolkSAUL AND ELAINE SEIFF EDUCARE CENTERAHRC SUFFOLK
SERVICE COORDINATIONOffers service coordination for individuals with mental retardation, their families, and caregivers. Coordinators assist individuals enroll in programs, access needed services. Coordinators act as an advocate as well as a source of support. Documentation of developmental disability required.SuffolkSERVICE COORDINATIONEAST END DISABILITY ASSOCIATES, INC.
SETAUKET COMMUNITY RESIDENCEProvides a therapeutic residential environment for adolescents with serious emotional disturbance. This is an out-of-home placement providing 24/7 supervision to assist in stabilizing and maintaining their symptoms and behaviors. Teaches residents skills of emotion management and self-care that will allow adolescents to return to their families. Skills taught include, but are not limited to, medication management,behavior management, counseling services, health services, socialization, family support services, daily living skills, and independent living skills. referral required from SPOA. Spanish speaking assistance available. Please call for additional information.SuffolkSETAUKET COMMUNITY RESIDENCEWELLLIFE NETWORK
SHELTER ISLAND OFFICE OF SENIOR SERVICESProvides information about available resources to senior citizens, family members and caregivers. Also provides a community gathering place that offers programs to help maximize independence and quality of life. Call for more information.SuffolkSHELTER ISLAND OFFICE OF SENIOR SERVICESSHELTER ISLAND OFFICE OF SENIOR SERVICES
SUITE 5 AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMConducts an after-school psycho-educational program for middle and high school students in the Patchogue-Medford School District. Focuses on increasing self-esteem, improving school performance, developing positive decision making skills and improving relationships within the family.SuffolkSUITE 5 AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMPATCHOGUE-MEDFORD YOUTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SUPPORT SERVICES DEPARTMENTConsists of two departments, the Information Resource Center and the National Volunteer Network. The Information Resource Center provides individualized information, counseling and support about diagnosis and management of Marfan Syndrome and related disorders to patients, family members and medical professionals. The National Volunteer Network consists of chapters, network groups and support groups. Groups provide support to members and carry out the Foundation's mission at the local level. Call for more information.NassauSUPPORT SERVICES DEPARTMENTNATIONAL MARFAN FOUNDATION

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