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    Programs that maintain lists of individuals who are willing to make presentations on any of a variety of human service topics and social issues or which have paid staff or volunteers, one of whose primary responsibilities is public awareness and education with respect to one or a variety of community services, issues and problems.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    14TH REGIMENT N.Y.S.M. COMPANY E LIVING HISTORY ASSOCIATIONPreserves the history of the 14th Regiment New York State Militia and the American Civil War. Living history presentations are done at schools, historical societies, museums, parades and other events. Sets up a camp that resembles one from the Civil War, does drill and firing exhibitions and runs through a brief drill using wooden muskets. Restores grave sites of the Veterans of the 14th Regiment N.Y.S.M. All presentations are given in full civil war uniform. Call for more information.14TH REGIMENT N.Y.S.M. COMPANY E LIVING HISTORY ASSOCIATION14TH REGIMENT N.Y.S.M. COMPANY E LIVING HISTORY ASSOCIATION
    ADOPTIONProvides permanent placement of adoptive children with couples and singles, including infant adoption through its domestic program; and that of toddlers, older children and sibling groups through its international programs (Latin America, Eastern Europe and Asia). Also specializes in special needs adoptions. Post -adoption resources are available to the entire community in the form of workshops, speakers and support groups.SuffolkADOPTIONSPENCE CHAPIN SERVICES TO FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
    AFTER SCHOOL HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE PROGRAMProvides an education-focused group to assist youth age 12 and under with remedial support. Learning tools include arts and crafts, field trips, guest speakers and discussion groups. Program Sites: Clara H. Carlson School-235 Belmont Boulevard, Elmont, New York 11003 and the Gotham Avenue School-Gotham Avenue, Elmont, New York 11003. Call for more information.NassauAFTER SCHOOL HOMEWORK ASSISTANCE PROGRAMGATEWAY YOUTH OUTREACH, INC.
    AIDES AT HOME, INC.Provides skilled nursing care, home health aides, personal care aides and homemaker services to the sick, frail, elderly or anyone in need of home health care and/or companion services in the five boroughs of New York City, Long Island and the County of Westchester. This includes, but is not limited to Hospice, EISEP clients, Mental Health and AIDS patients. Medicare patients can be served by Aides At Home in conjunction with one of our contracted certified agencies. Speakers roster with ongoing education for home health care workers.NassauAIDES AT HOME, INC.AIDES AT HOME, INC.
    ALANON INFORMATION SERVICES OF NASSAU COUNTYProvides three types of alcoholism meetings: open, which are open to anyone closed, for members and newcomers affected by another person's drinking and alateen, restricted to individuals up to 18 years of age. Special focus meetings are available for women, men, gays, and parents. Anonymity is protected for all members. Nassau County information service can provide pamphlets, meeting lists and Alanon information for clergy and social workers, health and education professionals. Arrangements can be made for Speakers to present at schools, health fairs and other institutions. Monthly open meetings are specifically available for clergy, doctors, social workers and general public.NassauALANON INFORMATION SERVICES OF NASSAU COUNTYALANON INFORMATION SERVICES OF NASSAU COUNTY
    ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE-NEW YORK REGIONAL OFFICEWorks toward the goals of countering and reducing hatred by fighting Anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry here and abroad, combating international terrorism, probing the roots of hatred, advocating before congress, aiding victims of bigotry, developing educational programs, and serving as a public resource for government, media, law enforcement, and the general public.ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE-NEW YORK REGIONAL OFFICEANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE-NEW YORK REGIONAL OFFICE
    ARSON SECTIONResponsible for the investigation, collection of evidence case preparation and expert court testimony for felony crimes of arson, and certain misdemeanor crimes of arson when extenuating circumstances are evident. The Section is responsible for the investigation, collection of evidence, case preparation and expert court testimony for all crimes involving explosives other than fireworks. The Section is responsible for the investigation of all Weapons of Mass Destruction incidents and all criminal incidents involving suspected bio-terrorist acts, or the use of or exposure to known or suspected chemical, biological or radioactive agents and materials. The Section maintains files which pertain to the crime of arson.SuffolkARSON SECTIONSUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
    ASTHMA EDUCATION WORKSHOPHelps individuals manage asthma in their daily lives. Educates family and friends about the effects of asthma. Programs focus on the identification of asthma triggers, self monitoring, proper use of treatment devices and effective lifestyle management. Provides speakers to community groups and schools. Register in advance for pediatric and adult workshops. Pediatric Workshop meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 7pm-9pm in Conference Room 3. Adult Workshop meets the 4th Tuesday of each month from 7pm-9pm in Conference Room 3. Affiliated with St. Charles Hospital and Rehabilitation Center. Must call (631)476-2745 to pre-register and receive information regarding meeting location.SuffolkASTHMA EDUCATION WORKSHOPJOHN T. MATHER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    BIRTHRIGHT-ISLIPProvides assistance to pregnant women and teens. Free and confidential services include pregnancy test kit, emotional support, legal, medical and educational referrals, prenatal information, maternity and baby clothes, housing referrals, social agency referrals, information on other community services and adoption information. Speakers bureau available.SuffolkBIRTHRIGHT-ISLIPBIRTHRIGHT OF NASSAU/SUFFOLK
    BIRTHRIGHT OF PECONICProvides assistance to pregnant women and teens. Free and confidential services include pregnancy test kits, emotional support, legal, medical and educational referrals, prenatal information, maternity and baby clothes, housing referrals, social agency referrals, information on other community services and adoption inforation Speakers bureau available.SuffolkBIRTHRIGHT OF PECONICBIRTHRIGHT OF PECONIC
    BIRTHRIGHT-WANTAGHProvides assistance to pregnant women and teens. Free and confidential services include pregnancy test kit, emotional support, legal, medical and educational referrals, prenatal information, maternity and baby clothes, housing referrals, social agency referrals, information on other community services and adoption information. Speakers bureau available.NassauBIRTHRIGHT-WANTAGHBIRTHRIGHT OF NASSAU/SUFFOLK
    CHRISTIAN NURSING REGISTRYProvides RN's, LPN's, Home Health Aides, and support groups to lessen the burden on family members of the ill. Offers a large subdivision of vent and trach certified RN's for children. Also tries to maintain the patient at home for an ideal level of comfort. Offers a speakers bureau. Call for more information.SuffolkCHRISTIAN NURSING REGISTRYCHRISTIAN NURSING REGISTRY
    CITIZEN CORP COUNCIL-NASSAUHarnesses the power of every individual through education, training, and volunteer service to make communities safer, stronger and better prepared to respond to the threats of terrorism, crime, public health issues, and disasters of all kinds. Call for more information.NassauCITIZEN CORP COUNCIL-NASSAUNASSAU COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
    CLASSES FOR KIDS AND TEENSOffers a variety of art classes which may include drawing, painting, mixed media, sculpture and pottery for children 5-14 years of age. Call or visit website for more information.NassauCLASSES FOR KIDS AND TEENSCREATIVE ART SPACE FOR KIDS FOUNDATION
    COLETTE COYNE MELANOMA MEMORIAL FOUNDATIONSeeks to educate and create awareness of the dangers of unprotected sun exposure and the early signs of skin cancer, particularly Melanoma. Speakers Bureau presents to middle and high schools, PTA's, youth groups, school nurse, and Teachers Association and various community organizations and corporate entities such as Lunch and Learn. Publishes a yearly newsletter, agency brochure, calendar of events and educational material. Strives to establish STOP in all school districts on Long Island (Students Teaching Others Prevention). Partnered with the EPA to implement their Sunwise program designed for grades K-8. Annual walk held in May, which is Melanoma Awareness Month. Call for further information or to schedule a speaker.NassauCOLETTE COYNE MELANOMA MEMORIAL FOUNDATIONCOLETTE COYNE MELANOMA AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
    COMMUNITY EDUCATIONCommunity educators are available to speak with middle and high school students on topics of adolescent suicide and depression, transphobia, homophobia prevention, anger management, cyberbullying, self injury and a Long Island Crisis Center overview. Suicide, homophobia prevention and transphobia creating safer schools, eating disorders and self-injury workshops, are available to professional audiences. Appointment is required. Call for more information.NassauCOMMUNITY EDUCATIONLONG ISLAND CRISIS CENTER
    COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND OUTREACHProvides education and prevention programs on domestic violence and sexual assault issues for schools and community groups.SuffolkCOMMUNITY EDUCATION AND OUTREACHTHE RETREAT, INC.
    COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND SPEAKERS BUREAUProvides speakers to elementary schools, junior and senior high schools, colleges, community groups and also provides professional training on a variety of subjects such as date rape, teen violence, child sexual assault, domestic violence and elder abuse.SuffolkCOMMUNITY EDUCATION AND SPEAKERS BUREAUVICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SUFFOLK
    COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAININGConducts workshops/training programs for students, faculty, staff of Long Island schools and colleges. Addresses issue of school safety and other gay/lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth issues. Conducts professional and corporate sensitivity trainings.SuffolkCOMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAININGTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMProvides workshops and seminars on Adolescent Suicide Prevention, Stress Reduction and Crisis Intervention at schools for parents, students and teachers for service groups and community organizations throughout Suffolk County. Staff consists of Masters level psychiatric social workers and professionally trained community educators. Also provides therapist referrals and a referral service. Call.COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMRESPONSE OF SUFFOLK COUNTY, INC.
    COMMUNITY EDUCATION SERVICESFree educational programs are available for schools, nursing homes, health care agencies, social clubs and any other organization that would like to be educated on the topic of epilepsy, seizure awareness, and first aid. Free seminars on a variety of epilepsy related subjects are conducted on a monthly basis for individuals with epilepsy and their family members, caretakers and social workers or any other interested parties. Training hours are available for Medicaid Service Coordinators and CEUs for Nurses. Information and referral services are available to individuals with epilepsy.NassauCOMMUNITY EDUCATION SERVICESEPIC LONG ISLAND
    COMMUNITY EDUCATION SERVICESOffers educational services to in-patients and outpatients, secondary schools and colleges, professional organizations, medical facilities, and the community at large, including religious organizations. Individual help with school reports can be obtained by scheduling an appointment with the staff Health Educator. Offers staff training in reproductive health issues. Programs are designed to meet the needs of the requesting group. Speakers are provided by the Nassau University Medical Center and other Family Planning Groups. Call for more information.NassauCOMMUNITY EDUCATION SERVICESNASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
    COMMUNITY INITIATIVE PROGRAMProvides diabetes education and awareness, literature, and speakers for community-based organizations, churches and clubs in minority population communities. Provides material for health fairs. Serves population of at-risk adults of African-American, Latino, or Native American ancestry.SuffolkCOMMUNITY INITIATIVE PROGRAMAMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION-LONG ISLAND AREA
    COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAMS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS PROGRAMSOffers various programs designed to educate and increase public awareness on the acceptance of children and adults with disabilities. Programs include: Speakers Resource Center, UCPN Repertory Company, Kids on the Block, and Head Injury. Brochures available, call for information. Offers publications including Center Square, the agency newsletter, the Annual Report and brochures describing a wide range of disabilities, including cerebral palsy. The Library of instructional videotapes on such subjects as evaluating consumers for communication devices and feeding, dressing and first aid techniques related to persons with disabilities is available. The Speaders Bureau provides speakers familiar with a wide range of special needs and services for adults and children with disabilitiesNassauCOMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAMS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS PROGRAMSCP NASSAU
    COMMUNITY RELATIONSFunctions to foster positive relationship with the community and to provide constructive services. Conducts Youth Enlightenment Seminar (Y.E.S. Program) in which students visit the correctional facility for a first hand, realistic view of the result of drug use and criminal behavior. Makes public information presentations at various outside locations. Conducts elementary school programs and an internship program for high school and college students.SuffolkCOMMUNITY RELATIONSSUFFOLK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
    CONFERENCESConferences, guest speakers for educators on Long Island.SuffolkCONFERENCESSCOPE EDUCATION SERVICES
    CROHN'S AND COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA-LONG ISLAND CHAPTERProvides support and information for patients with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis (also known as IBD or Inflammatory Bowel Disease). These include: hospital visitor, mutual help groups, physician referral service, speakers bureau and peer counseling. Serves both Nassau and Suffolk Counties.NassauCROHN'S AND COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA-LONG ISLAND CHAPTERCROHN'S AND COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA-LONG ISLAND CHAPTER
    DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP REFERRALSCo-sponsors monthly meetings at hospitals throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties to educate people with diabetes. Health professionals discuss diabetes care and treatment issues.SuffolkDIABETES SUPPORT GROUP REFERRALSAMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION-LONG ISLAND AREA
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT-CENTRAL ISLIPHandles the prosecution of crimes committed between persons who are related by blood, by marriage, through child-in-common, or intimate cohabitants. Speakers Bureau discusses steps to take for victims of domestic violence. Government Funded. Serves Suffolk County.SuffolkDOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT-CENTRAL ISLIPSUFFOLK COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY
    DOWNSTATE CHAPTERProvides support for Christian homeschooling. Offers opportunities for field trips, cooperative learning, and sports. Newsletter and calendar available on website. Speakers available. Call for additional information.NassauDOWNSTATE CHAPTERNEW YORK STATE LOVING EDUCATION AT HOME
    EDNA MORAN INNProvides emergency shelter for families who are homeless in Nassau County. Majority of beds require authorization from the Nassau County Department of Social Services. Limited number of short term beds are available for families who are denied shelter through DSS and have a plan to secure housing. Speakers Bureau available. Call for information.NassauEDNA MORAN INNINTERFAITH NUTRITION NETWORK
    EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ON LIFE ISSUESPurpose is to educate the public on the issue of abortion from a pro-life perspective. Provides speakers and educational material.SuffolkEDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ON LIFE ISSUESFAMILIES FOR LIFE
    EDUCATION AWARENESS AND OUTREACH PROGRAMSOffers educational awareness programs to civic organizations, schools, mental health agencies and institutions concerning the epidemic of domestic violence, women's reentry, human trafficking, and teen dating awareness.SuffolkEDUCATION AWARENESS AND OUTREACH PROGRAMSBRIGHTER TOMORROWS
    EDUCATION PROGRAMSOffers educational programs to all age groups to foster a better understanding of coastal ecosystems. Program is tailored to audience's specific needs and may include lectures, slide shows, nature walks and hands on experiences.SuffolkEDUCATION PROGRAMSCOASTAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND, INC.
    EDUCATION/SEMINARSEducators provide specially tailored trainings in schools, small businesses, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and corporations. Issues discussed include: racism, Anti-Semitism, sexism, homophobia and other forms of discrimination including sexual harassment, bullying and cyber bullying. Call for more information.SuffolkEDUCATION/SEMINARSBIASHELP A DIVISION OF LINCS
    EDUCATION SERVICESDevelops and offers professional development (training, coaching, and technical assistance) consistent with the New York State Core Body of Knowledge Core Competencies for all modalities of child care (Family, Group Family, Center and School Age). Council offers the New York State Office of Children & Family Services (NYS OCFS) mandated 15 hour Foundations in Health & Safety Training required for registration of licensing of new Family/Group Family providers; recruitment and business practices workshops; technical assistance for potential and new providers of all modalities, Medication Administration Training (MAT) required for those that administer medication to children in their program and The Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential for early childhood education professionals. New York State Training and Technical Assistance Professional Credentialed specialists are available with expertise in infants and toddlers, preschool and elementary/middle school development, care and education. Council staff provide interactive in-person professional development at Council as well as at your location (through fee for service) as requested by programs and community agencies. Topics for training, coaching, and/or technical assistance include but are not limited tio all NYS OCFS required topics for the 30 hours of mandated training; child growth and development; responding to challenging behaviors; family and community relationships; culturally responsive practice; observation and assessment; environment and curriculum; health. safety and nutrition; coping with tragedy, trauma and disasters; professionalism and leadership; administration and management; NYS OCFS regulations; national accreditation self-studies; and professional development planning. Bilingual (English/Spanish) services are available.NassauEDUCATION SERVICESCHILD CARE COUNCIL OF NASSAU, INC.
    EDUCATION SERVICESProvides various in-school programs. Speakers available for high school presentations.SuffolkEDUCATION SERVICESMOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING, LONG ISLAND CHAPTER
    EMPLOYMENT CAREER CENTER AT SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF LABOROffers a cutting-edge endeavor which brings together both employers and job seekers, providing a comprehensive, one-stop approach to job search. Staffed with employment professionals from several private and public entities, the Employment Center functions as a full service human resources facility. The center supplies the job seeking customer with all the tools necessary for a self-directed or staff-assisted job search, and provides employers with facilities and workforce support. Equipped with state of the art computers, fax machines, phones, and copiers, the Employment Center also maintains job banks and specializes in job clubs, job fairs, employability and computer workshops and focus groups. Employment Center visitors are able to accomplish many tasks, whether it be to create and edit their resume, navigate the Internet for their job search. Employers may interview prospective employees on-site. Call for Additional Information or Schedule an Appointment for an Informational Meeting and Immediate Access.SuffolkEMPLOYMENT CAREER CENTER AT SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF LABORNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR/SUFFOLK
    GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS-LONG ISLAND INTERGROUPSelf-help groups serving families, relatives and friends of gamblers. Call or visit website for meeting times and locations.NassauGAMBLERS ANONYMOUS-LONG ISLAND INTERGROUPGAMBLERS ANONYMOUS-LONG ISLAND INTERGROUP
    GOLD COAST INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS THE FURMAN FILM SERIESOffers commercial, foreign, art and independent films for adults followed by a lively discussion between the audience, scholars and filmmakers. Call for information.NassauGOLD COAST INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS THE FURMAN FILM SERIESGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
    GRASSROOTS ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONProvides public education regarding the links between common environmental exposures and human health. Creates informational projects including developing and distributing printed materials in-school learning programs, organization of public meetings, and maintenance of an educational web site. Grassroots Healthy Lawn Program teaches natural lawn care for professionals and homeowners. The Child Safe School program provides individuals, school staff, and education professionals with information and resources promoting the use of green cleaning products in schools. Call or visit website for more information.NassauGRASSROOTS ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONGRASSROOTS ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
    GREATER NEW YORK COUNCIL AGAINST PUBLIC SMOKINGProvides information on available stop smoking programs and legislation. Provides information on tobacco hazards to smokers and non-smokers of all ages.NassauGREATER NEW YORK COUNCIL AGAINST PUBLIC SMOKINGGREATER NEW YORK COUNCIL AGAINST PUBLIC SMOKING
    HAMPTON BAYS OFFICEProvides adult volunteer mentors to youth, both boys and girls, ages 7-14, who may be facing adversity and need additional support. Mentors and youth are matched on a one to one basis. They have regular contact over an extended period of time, and may engage in a wide variety of community-based, or site-based activities. The intent is to build positive and beneficial relationships that assist the youth in their development into adults. Volunteer mentors are screened, trained, and professionally supported by a designated case manager to ensure safety and to develop individualized goals based on the youth's particular needs for this relationship. Provides a speakers bureau presenting topics on Mentoring, Risk Management, recruitment for volunteers and Big Brothers Big Sisters.SuffolkHAMPTON BAYS OFFICEBIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF LONG ISLAND
    HATE CRIMES UNITResponsible for the investigation and case preparation of all violations of law perpetrated primarily due to a belief or perception regarding race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, religion, religious practice, age, disability or sexual orientation, except for cases involving death or serious physical injury that may result in death. This shall include incidents relating to houses of worship and/or related facilities. This shall further include incidents involving the etching, painting, or drawing of a Swastika on any building or other real property without the permission of the owner or operator, as well as setting fire to a cross in public view. This command shall also keep files and statistics relative to such offenses. The Hate Crimes Unite assumes responsibility of all incidents upon determining the incident fits criteria as prescribed by the Hate Crimes Act 2000 of New York State, pursuant to Section 485.05 of the Penal Law. The incidents will be investigated to determine the hate crime element committed by factors outlined in the Hate Crimes Act established in New York as well as existing case law and experience. The Major Case Commanding Officer, or designee, will be responsible for properly identifying the incident as a hate crime and unsure this information is reported monthly, as accurately and correctly as possible under UCR standards, to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (NYSDCJS). The Major Case Section Commanding Officer, or designee, shall further act as a liaison to the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office and the United States Attorney's Office to ensure the proper charging and prosecution of hate crimes.SuffolkHATE CRIMES UNITSUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
    HOSPICE OF NEW YORKProvides comprehensive, compassionate care to patients and their loved ones facing the final months of any life threatening illness. Emphasis is on allowing the patient to remain at home or in a skilled-nursing facility. Short-term, acute in-patient care is also available. Call or e-mail for newsletter or brochure. Speakers available.HOSPICE OF NEW YORKHOSPICE OF NEW YORK
    HUGS ACROSS AMERICAProvides bears to children and adults involved in major tragedies and special needs such as illness or trauma. Various sites located in Nassau County. Call or visit web site.NassauHUGS ACROSS AMERICAHUGS ACROSS AMERICA
    HUMANE EDUCATION PROGRAMSOffers humane educational programs to schools and community groups.NassauHUMANE EDUCATION PROGRAMSPIONEERS FOR ANIMAL WELFARE SOCIETY, INC.
    IGLESIA FUENTE DE JACOB PENTACOSTAL DE MORICHESProvides religious services, bible study, fellowship and speakers bureau. Call for information.SuffolkIGLESIA FUENTE DE JACOB PENTACOSTAL DE MORICHESIGLESIA FUENTE DE JACOB PENTACOASTAL DE MORICHES
    INFORMATION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMSOffers information and education programs for people with lupus, health care professionals and the public. Provides patient advocacy, an up-to-date lending library of books,videos and articles regarding Lupus and its complications, a referral list of physicians specializing in lupus, a quarterly local newsletter, a national newsletter, Spanish speaking outreach and a speakers bureau.NassauINFORMATION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMSLUPUS ALLIANCE OF AMERICA-LONG ISLAND/QUEENS AFFILIATE
    JEWISH GENEALOGY SOCIETY OF LONG ISLANDEncourages genealogical research, collects and disseminates information on genealogical resources and techniques assists and educates its members and the general public in the how-to of finding one's roots promotes the preservation of and access to Jewish records and resources. Additional services include monthly meetings, speakers bureau, newsletter, reference library and annual Beginners Workshop. Research Library located at Plainview/Old Bethpage Library.SuffolkJEWISH GENEALOGY SOCIETY OF LONG ISLANDJEWISH GENEALOGY SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND
    KINDRED SPIRITSProvides a support group for parents of children with diabetes. It provides lectures, guest speakers and education. Meets monthly at the Diabetes Education Center. Call for dates and times.NassauKINDRED SPIRITSWINTHROP UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NASSAU COUNTYProvides free legal services to the poor charged with a crime and in certain mandated family court matters. Maintains speakers bureau on criminal law.NassauLEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NASSAU COUNTYLEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NASSAU COUNTY
    LITERACY SUFFOLK, INC.Provides free one-to-one and small group literacy tutoring for adult ESOL students and adult basic literacy students. Recruits and trains volunteer tutors. Maintains five regional offices throughout Suffolk County in the following public libraries: Amityville, Huntington (Huntington Station Branch), Mastics-Moriches-Shirley, Middle Country, Riverhead, and the Adult Literacy Center on the campus of Stony Brook. Maintains a Speakers Bureau. Call or visit website for further information and tutor training workshop schedule.SuffolkLITERACY SUFFOLK, INC.LITERACY SUFFOLK, INC.
    LONG ISLAND BIRTHRIGHTProvides assistance to pregnant women and teens. Free and confidential services include pregnancy test kits, emotional support, legal, medical and educational referrals, prenatal information, maternity and baby clothes, housing referrals, social agency referrals, information on other community services and adoption information Speakers bureau available.Free and Confidential.SuffolkLONG ISLAND BIRTHRIGHTLONG ISLAND BIRTHRIGHT
    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
    LONG ISLAND COALITION FOR LIFEPurpose is to educate the public on the issues of abortion, assisted suicide, euthanasia, embryonic stem cell research and human cloning from a pro-life perspective. Provides speakers, educational materials, publishes a monthly newsletter, and lobbies legislators. Call for additional information.SuffolkLONG ISLAND COALITION FOR LIFELONG ISLAND COALITION FOR LIFE
    LONG ISLAND GREENBELT TRAIL CONFERENCE, INC.Protects hiking trails on Long Island. Also leads guided hikes for all ages and abilities, and historical tours on Saturdays in the Blydenburgh County Park. Offers a speakers bureau on topics including: hiking, nature, and exercise. Produces newsletter. Call for information and schedule.SuffolkLONG ISLAND GREENBELT TRAIL CONFERENCE, INC.LONG ISLAND GREENBELT TRAIL CONFERENCE, INC.
    LONG ISLAND HEARING AND SPEECH SOCIETYSupports the Hearing and Speech Center at North Shore LIJ Health System by helping to fund the purchase of equipment and support the operational budget. Provides information and educational programs for the community and arranges for numerous speaking presentations and professional programs.NassauLONG ISLAND HEARING AND SPEECH SOCIETYLONG ISLAND HEARING AND SPEECH SOCIETY
    LONG ISLAND REGIONProvides funds for cardiovascular research and education. Offers speakers bureau and community health programs for building healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.NassauLONG ISLAND REGIONAMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
    LONG ISLAND RESIDENT POSTA federal public health regulatory agency responsible for the safety and wholesomeness of foods, and the safety and effectiveness of drugs and medical devices. Also has responsibility over cosmetics, animal foods and drugs and electronic products which emit radiation. Provides a speakers bureau including topics on related public health issues including food safety, food labeling, medical product safety, etc. Provides a location directory and educational material. An operative division of the Department of Health and Human Services.SuffolkLONG ISLAND RESIDENT POSTUNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
    LONG ISLAND SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATIONOperates as a not-for-profit volunteer organization comprised of more than 1200 speech-language pathologists and audiologists from the New York City border to Montauk. Provides the community with current information on communication disorders in children and adults. Serves as a referral source of speech-language-hearing services to the community. Provides members with continuing education opportunities through conferences, workshops and lectures. Offers programs for the community through its speakers bureau.SuffolkLONG ISLAND SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATIONLONG ISLAND SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATION
    LONG ISLAND WORKS COALITIONRegional initiative to bridge the gap between business and education. It targets businesses, academia, parents, students (kindergarten through college) and the community at large. Prepares students with the knowledge, skills, and experience to be successful in the workforce and increases awareness of the educational and career opportunities that exist on Long Island. Provides development and oversight to school advisory boards. Supports presentations to agencies, professionals, parents and students that evaluate trends in the workplace. Also explores and develops ways to prepare a skilled workforce. Develops and supports collaborative efforts to academia, business and individuals. Seminars, job fairs, and resource coordination is available through website. Provides electronic internship clearinghouse for college and high school students.SuffolkLONG ISLAND WORKS COALITIONLONG ISLAND WORKS COALITION
    MARY BRENNAN INNProvides a soup kitchen for lunch on Mondays through Fridays. Gives referrals for shelter to the needy of Long Island. Offers showers and clothings for those who need. Also houses a clothing shop where donated items are given away. Provides a speakers bureau and will send speakers out to community meetings and local organizations. Open to all.NassauMARY BRENNAN INNINTERFAITH NUTRITION NETWORK
    MASTIC BEACH PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.Strives to promote acquaintance and goodwill among its members, improve the Mastic Beach community (i.e.quality of life issues, public works, community events), and offers social entertainment and recreation to its members. The Association owns and maintains 6 1/2 miles of waterfront parkland, including picnic facilities, two marinas, and the MBPOA Clubhouse. General meetings are held the first Thursday of the month at 7:30pm at the Clubhouse. Call or visit website for additional information.SuffolkMASTIC BEACH PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.MASTIC BEACH PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
    MENDED HEART SUPPORT GROUPProvides information and support on living with heart disease for cardiac patients and their families.SuffolkMENDED HEART SUPPORT GROUPSOUTHSIDE HOSPITAL
    NASSAU COUNTY POLICE GEORGE F. MAHER MUSEUMHouses memorabilia dating from 1925 and includes weapons, vehicles, uniforms, photograph and artifacts. Call to set up free group tours.NassauNASSAU COUNTY POLICE GEORGE F. MAHER MUSEUMNASSAU COUNTY POLICE GEORGE F. MAHER MUSEUM
    NASSAU COUNTY VILLAGE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATIONPrograms that promote the interests of a specific trade or profession and provide informal education and professional development opportunities under the auspices of a membership professional or occupational group or association, often through the medium of learned journals, periodicals, professional conferences, trade shows and expositions and other similar gatherings. Some of these programs may also establish standards which relate to the qualifications and performance of members and may accept and investigate complaints from the public concerning the practices of members may maintain a service which refers the public to member individuals, groups, agencies or businesses and may act as advocates for their own members, for association goals and/or for the recipients of their services. Speakers are availableNassauNASSAU COUNTY VILLAGE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATIONNASSAU COUNTY VILLAGE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION
    NASSAU LOCATIONOffers divorcing or separating couples an effective and humane alternative to the traditional adversarial process. With the help of a trained mediator, couples in mediation work out their settlement based solely on the needs of the couple and of the children. Process seeks to explore options for both the husband and wife. Areas of mediation include parenting responsibilities (access, custody, support), distribution of marital assets, spousal maintenance (alimony), and any other relevant issues. Mediation process includes an initial consultation followed a limited number of bi-weekly 1 hour - 1 1/2 hour sessions. The mediator prepares a plain-language Memorandum of Understanding which sets forth all the terms needed for divorce with the exception of legal language and signatures. The couple may then submit the memorandum to their attorneys, or neutral attorney. Call. Appointment required.NassauNASSAU LOCATIONDIVORCE MEDIATION CENTER OF LONG ISLAND
    NATIONAL EATING DISORDERS ASSOCIATIONSupports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care. The Information and Referral Hotline refers individuals to resources, support groups and treatment options. Personal support is provided to individuals who are suffering and family members who are supporting those affected by an eating disorder and those who have lost a loved one. Call for more informationNassauNATIONAL EATING DISORDERS ASSOCIATIONNATIONAL EATING DISORDERS ASSOCIATION
    NATIVE LIFE AND ARCHAEOLOGY AND COLONIAL LIFE AND TECHNOLOGYProvides nine volumes on Long Island Natives and Archaeology, curriculum booklets, posters, etc. for students. Offers programs in libraries, schools, Hoyt Farm Park, and Blydenburgh County Park. Appointment required.SuffolkNATIVE LIFE AND ARCHAEOLOGY AND COLONIAL LIFE AND TECHNOLOGYSUFFOLK COUNTY ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
    NEW YORK STATE TENANTS AND NEIGHBORS INFORMATION SERVICEFunctions to empower and educate tenants, preserve affordable housing and livable neighborhoods, and strengthen tenant protections. Offers organizational and technical assistance to tenants groups with these objectives. Maintains Speakers Bureau and publishes newsletter and educational material. Call for more information.NEW YORK STATE TENANTS AND NEIGHBORS INFORMATION SERVICENEW YORK STATE TENANTS AND NEIGHBORS INFORMATION SERVICE
    NORTHEAST REGIONAL OFFICE AND NEW YORK DISTRICT OFFICEA federal public health regulatory agency responsible for the safety and wholesomeness of foods, and the safety and effectiveness of drugs and medical devices. Also has responsibility over cosmetics, animal foods and drugs and electronic products which emit radiation. Provides a speakers bureau including topics on related public health issues including food safety, food labeling, medical product safety, etc. Provides a location directory and educational material. An operative division of the Department of Health and Human Services.NORTHEAST REGIONAL OFFICE AND NEW YORK DISTRICT OFFICEUNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
    NORTH FORK COMMUNITY INNProvides a soup kitchen which serves dinner every Wednesday at 5:30pm, during June-September at 6:30pm. Open to all. Speakers Bureau available.SuffolkNORTH FORK COMMUNITY INNNORTH FORK COMMUNITY INN
    NORTH SHORE ASSEMBLY OF GODProvides religious services and Bible study for adults, youth and children (some evening groups in Spanish). Call for information.NassauNORTH SHORE ASSEMBLY OF GODNORTH SHORE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
    NUTRITION CENTEROffers services of registered dietician, certified dietician/nutritionist and certified diabetes counselor. Provide nutritional counseling in seminars through Women's Health Center and through speaker's bureau. Plants/maintains herb garden on hospital grounds with help of psychiatry patients.SuffolkNUTRITION CENTERSTONY BROOK EASTERN LONG ISLAND HOSPITAL
    OUTREACHOffers workshops, in-service trainings and brochures on adoption and adoption issues. Topics include the following: adoption overview, grief and mourning in adoption, the professionals role, the birth parents bill of rights and new relationships in adoption.SuffolkOUTREACHSPENCE CHAPIN SERVICES TO FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
    OUTREACH PROGRAMProvides speakers to present programs on hearing impairment and demonstration of relevant assistive devices other than hearing aids.NassauOUTREACH PROGRAMHEARING LOSS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA/SOUTH NASSAU CHAPTER
    PARENT EDUCATIONProvides parent education programs to community groups. Current programs include: Discipline Is Not A Dirty Word, Understanding Temperament, The Family Table, Building Strong Families, Raising Responsible Children and Teen/Parent Communication. Training and consultation for professionals working with families offered throughout the year.SuffolkPARENT EDUCATIONCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
    PARENTS, FAMILIES AND FRIENDS OF LESBIANS AND GAYS - LONG ISLAND CHAPTERProvides support for families and friends of gays, lesbians, and bisexuals through a speakers bureau, educational workshops, advocacy and support. Check hotline for exact time, date, and location of meetings.NassauPARENTS, FAMILIES AND FRIENDS OF LESBIANS AND GAYS - LONG ISLAND CHAPTERPARENTS, FAMILIES AND FRIENDS OF LESBIANS AND GAYS - LONG ISLAND CHAPTER
    PET SAFE PROGRAMDevoted to keeping animals safe during disasters by helping educate and prepare pet owners for emergencies with their pets. Contact for educational materials and agency information.NassauPET SAFE PROGRAMNASSAU COUNTY SPCA
    PREVENTION EDUCATIONEducates individuals, community groups and at risk populations on Long Island about HIV/AIDS. General community programs include: HIV Overview, Teen Peer Training, Professional Development, Parent/Caregiver and Teen HIV Training, Multiple-Session Education and Skill Building Programs for out of school youth, homeless adolescents and active substance users are available. Programs for people living with HIV/AIDS include: HIV and Disclosure Training, Health Education and Risk Reduction Program and confidential rapid HIV and HCV testing for partners and social networks of HIV+ individuals. Adults over 50 and communities of color, STI testing is available.SuffolkPREVENTION EDUCATIONLONG ISLAND ASSOCIATION FOR AIDS CARE, INC.
    PREVENTION PROGRAMSKnown as BCADA or Baldwin Community House, implements Too Good For Drugs in the BUFSD elementary schools; sponsors the Community Coalition of Baldwin.NassauPREVENTION PROGRAMSBALDWIN COUNCIL AGAINST DRUG ABUSE, INC.
    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTESProvides professional development for middle and high school teachers with regard to teaching about collective violence (focal case study is the Holocaust) and issues of prejudice, racism, anti-semitism, genocide, and democracy. Maintains a Speakers Bureau. Call or visit the website for further information.PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTESFACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES
    PUBLIC INFORMATIONPublishes numerous directories, brochures, and booklets on subjects of interest to senior citizens, including a comprehensive Directory of Services, Caregivers Practical Help, A Guide to Long Term Care Services, and more. Coordinates speaker's bureau. Call for further information and/or published material.NassauPUBLIC INFORMATIONNASSAU COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    RAISING MULTIPLESProvides information, resources, empathy and support for families of triplets, quadruplets or more. Can provide speakers on request. Call for more information.SuffolkRAISING MULTIPLESRAISING MULTIPLES
    REGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION-TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SUPPORT CENTERPart of a statewide network that provides programs for teachers, administrators, support personnel, parents and other individuals working with classified students with disabilities. RSE-TASC’s charge is to assist school districts to build their capacity to close achievement gaps for students with disabilities. In order to have a positive and lasting impact on classroom instruction, RSE-TASC provides high-quality, sustained, intensive and classroom-focused staff development activities. These activities are grounded in scientifically-based research and practices. The RSE-TASC model relies on the analysis of student data to monitor progress and to improve outcomes for students with disabilities (SWDs). RSE-TASC’s priority is to work intensively with districts targeted for improvement in key areas determined by the State Education Department (SED), specifically, in the areas of literacy, behavioral support and delivery of special education services. Through involvement in local planning processes, RSE-TASC is committed to the delivery of services within the context of total school improvement. Call for more detailed information.NassauREGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION-TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SUPPORT CENTERNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
    REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH-SPEAKERS BUREAUProvides programs on reproductive health issues and related topics. Promotion of health and prevention of teenage pregnancy are its goal. Programs are prepared by health professionals. Topics include anatomy and physiology of the reproductive health system, dating relationships, decision making, female and male reproductive health, fetal alcohol syndrome, HIV/AIDS education, human growth and development, parent child communication, parenting myths and realities, parenting skills for parents and grandparents, pre-conception education, puberty education, reproductive health choices, self esteem, sexually transmitted diseases, substance abuse in pregnancy, teenage pregnancy-myths and realities, and women's health issues. Program available to community groups, schools, and health centers.SuffolkREPRODUCTIVE HEALTH-SPEAKERS BUREAUSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE-HEALTH EDUCATION
    ROSA PARKS INNProvides emergency shelter for families who are homeless in Nassau County. Majority of beds require authorization from the Nassau County Department of Social Services. Limited number of short term beds are available for families who are denied shelter through DSS and have a plan to secure housing. Speakers Bureau available. Call for further information.NassauROSA PARKS INNINTERFAITH NUTRITION NETWORK
    SIGNS OF LIFE (RADIO)Offers listeners a radio show program featuring scientists, philosophers, researchers, authors, mediums and other experts on grief, death, near death experiences, after death communications and all other related topics. Listener call ins are encouraged. Recommended for all audiences over 18 years of age.NassauSIGNS OF LIFE (RADIO)FOREVER FAMILY FOUNDATION, INC.
    SMITHTOWN BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S NETWORKPromote women in the workforce, give and receive support to/from the membership through education and networking, as well as give back to the community. Offers women a place to cultivate business contacts, make friends and learn more about themselves. Members live and/or work in Smithtown and the surrounding areas. Monthly meetings are on the fourth Thursday of every month with guest speakers. Call or check website for more information. Also publishes a monthly newsletter.SuffolkSMITHTOWN BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S NETWORKSMITHTOWN BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S NETWORK
    SMITHTOWN COOPERATIVE NURSERY SCHOOLOffers small individual classes for 2,3, and 4 year old children as well as a Mommy and Me program for both toddlers and parents, play groups, outreach to the surrounding communities and parent workshops. Produces an agency brochure and provides a speakers bureau including topics such as self-esteem, rainy day activities, sibling rivalry and Kindergarten readiness. Offers parent membership to help with the running of the Nursery School.SuffolkSMITHTOWN COOPERATIVE NURSERY SCHOOLSMITHTOWN COOPERATIVE NURSERY SCHOOL
    SPEAKER'S BUREAUOffers workshops on bullying (DASA), relational aggression, cyber safety, child abuse, child abduction, sexual harassment, violence prevention, gender equity, and conflict solving for teachers, parents and students. Licensure training workshops for recognizing and reporting child abuse, violence prevention and DASA for all educational staff requiring NYS Certification.SuffolkSPEAKER'S BUREAUSCOPE EDUCATION SERVICES
    SPEAKER'S BUREAUWinthrop's many healthcare experts are available to speak on healthcare issues at meetings of community, business, and other organizations and associations. A complete listing of available speakers may be obtained. Call for more information.NassauSPEAKER'S BUREAUWINTHROP UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    SPEAKERS BUREAUProvides staff and physicians who are available to speak to community groups on health and healthcare topics.SuffolkPECONIC BAY MEDICAL CENTERPECONIC BAY MEDICAL CENTER
    SPEAKERS BUREAUOffers speakers on topics including serious mental illness, social services, self-esteem, communication, workplace wellness, anxiety, and substance and drug abuse.SuffolkSPEAKERS BUREAUASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS
    SPEAKERS BUREAUProvides speakers on the use of guide or service dogs and about blindness and disabilities to schools, organizations and businesses.SuffolkSPEAKERS BUREAUGUIDE DOG FOUNDATION FOR THE BLIND, INC.
    SPEAKERS BUREAUComprised of health professionals who will speak about various health-related topics. Available for community organizations, schools and school groups, church/temple groups, senior groups, and professional associations.NassauSPEAKERS BUREAUMERCY MEDICAL CENTER
    SPEAKERS' BUREAUOffers speakers' bureau to local community groups. Topics include: Chest Pain Wound Care Center Adolescent Psychiatric Program Early Detection of Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer Prescription and over-the-counter drugs Volunteer Lecture.SuffolkSPEAKERS' BUREAUJOHN T. MATHER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    SUFFOLK COUNTY CHAPTERHolds monthly meetings, provides a telephone network of support, supplies information about the grief process, provides a speakers bureau, and accompanies family members who must attend court proceedings. Publishes a quarterly Newsletter. Monthly meetings on the 2nd Sunday of every month 2pm-4pm at John T Mather Hospital, main floor conference rooms 4 & 5, North Country Road, Port Jefferson. Call to confirm meeting dates and times, especially around holiday time. Call or visit website for more information.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY CHAPTERPARENTS OF MURDERED CHILDREN, INC.
    SUFFOLK COUNTY - CHAPTER #011Helps foster, encourage and promote the improvement of the condition of all veterans and their families. Offers two scholarships annually. Speakers Bureau available upon request. Meeting held at Brookhaven Parks Office, 286 Hawkins Road, Centereach NY 11720, the 4th Friday of each month at 8pm. Call for more information.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY - CHAPTER #011VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA, INC.
    SUFFOLK COUNTY DENTAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORKA membership association for dentists in Suffolk County. Provides referral information to the general public by dental specialty or by geographic location. Offers members educational and informational programs. Mechanisms also exist within the Society for the resolution of disputes between patients and member dentists. Also provides a speakers bureau in which dentists speak about a variety of topics. Topics include cosmetic dentistry, periodontics, orthodontics, children's teeth, implants, restorative dentistry and more. Available to schools.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY DENTAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORKSUFFOLK COUNTY DENTAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
    SUFFOLK INTERGROUP ASSOCIATION OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSProvides mutual support group for men and women with the desire to stop drinking and to help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. Also provides speakers to non-AA groups at schools. Referrals to other anonymous groups.SuffolkSUFFOLK INTERGROUP ASSOCIATION OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSSUFFOLK INTERGROUP ASSOCIATION OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
    SUFFOLK LOCATIONOffers divorcing or separating couples an effective and humane alternative to the traditional adversarial process. With the help of a trained mediator, couples in mediation work out their settlement based on the needs of the couple and the children. Process seeks to explore options for both the husband and wife. Areas of mediation include parenting responsibilities (access, custody, support), distribution of marital assets, spousal maintenance (alimony) and any other relevant issues. Mediation process includes an initial consultation followed by a limited number of bi-weekly 1 hour-1 1/2 hour sessions. The mediator prepares a plain-language Memorandum of Understanding which sets forth all the terms needed for a separation or divorce with the exception of legal language and signatures. The couple may then submit the Memorandum to their attorneys, or neutral attorney. Call. Appointment required.SuffolkSUFFOLK LOCATIONDIVORCE MEDIATION CENTER OF LONG ISLAND
    SUFFOLK PEDIATRIC SOCIETYSeeks to improve health services for children, and foster and stimulate interest in pediatrics. Speakers Bureau available to present and discuss topics related to child health and development.SuffolkSUFFOLK PEDIATRIC SOCIETYSUFFOLK PEDIATRIC SOCIETY
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HUNTINGTONProvides religious services, religious activities, community services, fellowship, religious education for children, youth and adults. Call for information.SuffolkTEMPLE BETH EL OF HUNTINGTONTEMPLE BETH EL OF HUNTINGTON
    THE COLD SPRING HARBOR WHALING MUSEUM AND EDUCATION CENTERCollects, preserves, and exhibits objects and documents about the whaling industry and whale conservation today and about Cold Spring Harbor and Long Island maritime history for its diverse public and school/group visitors. There are self-guided tours on tapes for French, German, Italian, and Spanish speakers. Provides a Speakers Bureau which presents on topics dealing with maritime history, whaling, biology, marine mammals, and other related topics. Publishes newsletter titled A Whaling Account. Call for further information.SuffolkTHE COLD SPRING HARBOR WHALING MUSEUM AND EDUCATION CENTERTHE COLD SPRING HARBOR WHALING MUSEUM AND EDUCATION CENTER
    THE ROOSEVELT EDUCATIONAL ALCOHOLISM COUNSELING TREATMENT CENTER, INC.Provides Alcohol and Drug Education, Relapse Prevention, Anger Management, Living Sober Support Group, Stop DWI Group and individual sessions. Provides speakers on alcohol and substance abuse and its relationship to family issues. Call for further information.NassauTHE ROOSEVELT EDUCATIONAL ALCOHOLISM COUNSELING TREATMENT CENTER, INC.THE ROOSEVELT EDUCATIONAL ALCOHOLISM COUNSELING TREATMENT CENTER, INC.
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESA variety of volunteer opportunities exist including food rescue volunteers who assist in the delivery of surplus food from commercial food donors to member agencies, special events volunteers, office assistants, and volunteers to help with educational and community programs, including Speakers' Bureau. Special volunteer projects are available for groups, students, adults, and corporate employees. Call for further information.NassauVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESISLAND HARVEST
    WESTBURY MONTHLY MEETING OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDSOffers Quaker worship each Sunday 11am, Sunday school, educational programs for adults, and sponsors the Westbury Friends School. The Society maintains a Speakers Bureau on the Quaker history on Long Island. Call for information and newsletter.NassauWESTBURY MONTHLY MEETING OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDSWESTBURY MONTHLY MEETING OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS
    WORKFORCE NEW YORK CAREER CENTER-PATCHOGUEOffices provide convenient one-stop shopping for employment-related needs. Division of Employment and Workforce Solutions offices offer many DOL programs in a single location-including career related assistance and services for employers.Staff at these centers have been cross-trained in Department services so they can address more completely the needs of employers and job seekers. The Division of Employment Services works with the public and private sectors to create job opportunities, offer job fairs, help workers find a job, and help businesses find skilled workers. Contact us if you are looking for a job or for employees, are interested in apprenticeship, or want to locate one of our Career Service Centers. Additional Suffolk County offices can be found in Hauppauge. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkWORKFORCE NEW YORK CAREER CENTER-PATCHOGUENEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR/SUFFOLK
    YOUTH AND ADOLESCENT SERVICES-EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMSProvides a wide array of evidence based educational programs for youth, professionals, and community groups which focus on adolescent sexual health, dating violence, decision making,parenting and relationship education. Age appropriate, culturally sensitive programs are offered in school and community settings.SuffolkYOUTH AND ADOLESCENT SERVICES-EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMSECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL (EOC) OF SUFFOLK, INC.

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