Young Adults

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    Taxonomy Code: YB-9000

    Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ADOLESCENT HIV PROGRAMThe Adolescent HIV/AIDS Program is a comprehensive program designed to meet the medical and mental health needs of teens and young adults ages 13-24 that are HIV positive.Please call for more information. Appointments are requiredSuffolkSTONY BROOK CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, DIVISION OF ADOLESCENT MEDICINESTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    COMPREHENSIVE ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAM (CAPP)CAPP is a free and confidential program that offers a range of services to address the issues surrounding the reproductive and sexual health of young teens and young adults up to age 21 (including those with developmental disabilities).SuffolkSTONY BROOK CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, DIVISION OF ADOLESCENT MEDICINESTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATICS SUMMER RESEARCH EXPERIENCE PROGRAMOffers a residential/nonresidential summer that program that will provide opportunities for high school students to participate in research and motivate the students to pursue a career in the field. The program is held jointly by the Department of Biomedical Informatics and the Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook University. Each student will be working in a lab mentored by a faculty or a Ph.D. student on a research project. Students will also visit labs and attend seminars introducing cutting edge research in both informatics and computer science. The students will present their work to their classmates during the middle and the end of the program. Programming background is required and some projects will require background on biomedical sciences. Participating students who live on campus during the week will go home on the weekends. They are housed in a dormitory reserved for academic high school programs. Students participate in recreational activities (at the dorms, athletic fields), as well as visit other campus offices such as Admissions and Student Activity Center to learn more about college life. Students will be escorted to and from the lab and supervised during breakfast and dinner and all other activities on campus (including the laboratory, dormitory, library, computer facilities, gymnasium, on all field trips, etc.) with the exception of lunch. Call for detailed information.SuffolkCOMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATICS SUMMER RESEARCH EXPERIENCE PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    COUNSELINGProvides low-cost individual, group, and family counseling by licensed social workers for youth and adults residing in the Patchogue-Medford community.SuffolkCOUNSELINGPATCHOGUE-MEDFORD YOUTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
    DEAF HEALTH SERVICESProvides access to LI Jewish Medical Center, Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York, Hillside Hospital and North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset for individuals who are deaf or deaf/blind who use the medical center. Services are also available for deaf family members involved in a patient's health care. Includes sign language interpreter access, TTY access, television captioning, hospital signage, staff education and sign language classes for hospital personnelNassauDEAF HEALTH SERVICES COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    EATING DISORDERS CENTEROffers multidisciplinary treatment to children and adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa or Bulimia Nervosa . Provides comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and plans individualized treatment program. Offers outpatient treatment involving professional patient monitoring nutritional counseling and individual and family psychotherapy. Also offers in-patient treatment, where appropriate, involving intensive treatment in a highly structured environment and a day program attended by patients 8am-6pm Monday through Friday, with treatment intensity comparable to treatment of hospitalized patients. Treatment approach addresses the biopsychosocial needs of patients.NassauEATING DISORDERS CENTER COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    INTENSIVE OUT-PATIENT DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTION (IOP)Provides intensive (9 hours + per week), out-patient individual, group and family counseling using the 12-Step philosophy. Please call for further information. Walk-ins welcome.INTENSIVE OUT-PATIENT DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTION (IOP)NEW YORK CENTER FOR LIVING
    LEARNING TO LEARN CENTERProvides a range of specialized assessments and evaluations of developmental, learning, neurologic and psychiatric issues in children, adolescents, and young adults. Serves any child ages preschool through young adult who is struggling academically and/or experiencing emotional or behavioral problems related to a neuropsychological deficit. Parent and professional education workshops are offered by North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center staff who have expertise in child development and neuropsychology. Offers school consultation to help educators work with children with neuropsychological deficits more effectively.NassauLEARNING TO LEARN CENTERNORTH SHORE CHILD AND FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER
    LEGAL REFERRALSAngels for Warriors connects veterans with pro-bono attorneys for legal assistance when needed.SuffolkLEGAL REFERRALSANGELS FOR WARRIORS
    LONG ISLAND BLUES, INC.Offering children and young adults with a disability the opportunity to play ice hockey.NassauLONG ISLAND BLUES, INC.LONG ISLAND BLUES, INC.
    PEP HEALTH-NASSAUProvides GLBT youth and allies, ages 13-21, with the knowledge, motivation, and skills necessary to make proud and responsible decisions concerning their sexual health.SuffolkPEP HEALTH-NASSAUTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    PEP HEALTH-SUFFOLKProvides GLBT youth and allies, ages 13-21 with the knowledge, motivation, and skills necessary to make proud and responsible decisions concerning their sexual health.SuffolkPEP HEALTH-SUFFOLKTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY INSTITUTE FOR EMERGING ADULTSOffers support to help emerging adults live the BEST-life-possible The vision of this clinic is to be a different kind of clinic. One that goes beyond helping emerging adults cope with stress, anxiety, and depression. One that teaches emerging adults how to create lives filled with positive emotions, engagement, deep, intimate, caring relationships, meaning, and accomplishment. A clinic that helps people identify, pursue, and achieve their personal and professional dreams. A clinic that creates a community of kind, compassionate, generous, and loving people who are dedicated to helping others thrive. A clinic that provides cutting-edge workshops and trainings to students, professionals, and outside agencies. A clinic that helps emerging adults live with passion and purpose. Positive clinical psychology uses empirically supported strengths-based strategies that help emerging adults not just survive – but thrive! When successful, people leave traditional therapy feeling less anxious, depressed, stressed, or angry. In short, they feel less "bad." But positive clinical psychology, based on the science of positive psychology, emphasizes that just because we experience fewer negative emotions and behaviors doesn't mean we’re flourishing. Therefore, beyond teaching people how to better cope with and manage their difficulties, therapists teach emerging adults the skills to experience lives filled with joy, gratitude, hope, love, and happiness. Nearly 25% of emerging adults are "rudderless." They want to succeed. But, many spend more time and energy going faster instead of changing course to align with their mission. Emerging adults are finding it more difficult today than ever to identify their strengths and learn how to use them in service to others. Being generous with one's skills and talents not only improves our communities and society, but it also provides engagement with the world and a deep, enduring sense of purpose. At the Positive Psychology Institute for Emerging Adults, therapists help young adults improve their lives, whether they are struggling with a particular issue or looking for ways to thrive. The clinic offers Individual Counseling for Young Adults and Group Counseling Services. Call To speak with a staff member who can help determine if the Institute would be appropriate for helping you live a life filled with passion and purpose. The fee is $30 per session, including the intake. All therapy services are by appointment only. All services are provided in a professional manner and conform to the ethical standards of the American Psychological Association. Information will not be released without the informed written consent of the client, except where mandated by law or in life-threatening or abusive situations. Call for more detailed information.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
    PROJECT SAFETY NETOffers at-risk Long Island residents in targeted Nassau and Suffolk County communities a variety of outreach services including FREE rapid HIV/HCV testing and counseling, fast tracking into substance abuse treatment, Comprehensive Risk Counseling Services (CRCS), distribution of condoms and referrals to primary health care, mental health, case management and other supportive services. The program also offers on the spot education about reducing the risk of HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and other STD transmissions and the link between substance abuse and HIV. Provides assistance with enrollment in the HIV Uninsured Care Programs and Health Insurance Marketplace.SuffolkPROJECT SAFETY NETLONG ISLAND ASSOCIATION FOR AIDS CARE, INC.
    SAFE SCHOOLS TEAMProvides a dynamic group of student activists from Nassau and Suffolk counties that evaluates, directs and implements programs and services to create safer and more supportive schools for GLBT students and their allies.SuffolkSAFE SCHOOLS TEAMTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    SCIENCE AND RESEARCH AWARENESS SERIES (SARAS)Offers a 3-week lecture and workshop series that is designed to heighten the awareness of enthusiastic students for basic, clinical and translational sciences and associated specialties of the biomedical field. Scientists, Physicians, Allied Health Professionals, Health Administrators and other Experts teach students about different topics, specialties, and also laboratory and clinical techniques. Interaction between these experts and the students enhances the educational experience and gives the students insights into topics and careers in biomedical science. Contributions are welcome to defray operational costs. There is no fee for the program. Lunch will be provided every day. SARAS includes: Workshops, Lectures, Discussions & Expert’s Views on Topics in Biomedical Sciences; Lab Safety Sessions leading to Certification to Work in a Research Lab; Exam prep sessions to get ready for SAT/ACT/MCAT and more! Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSCIENCE AND RESEARCH AWARENESS SERIES (SARAS)STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    SPORTS JOURNALISM AND BROADCASTING CERTIFICATE PROGRAM FOR TEENSOffers a non-credited certificate program that is open to anyone from 12 to 18 years of age. The in-depth series of courses within the certificate program shall provide students with the necessary fundamental core foundations and skill sets required in sports journalism, as well as, how to become a well-rounded sportscaster. Students are taught in state-of-the-art classrooms and studios on the Hofstra University campus. The Sports Journalism certificate program requires successful completion of six (6) required courses and two (2) elective course. Sample Course offerings include: Introduction to Sportscasting for Teens (For Student Grades 7-12); Introduction to Sports Journalism for Young Women (Ages: 12 to 18), Introduction to Sports Research and Sportscasting Prep; Sports Writing, Blogging, and Social Media; How to Prepare and Conduct a Sports Related Interview; Sports Radio Hosting; Sports Producing and Editing; Intermediate Sportscasting for Teens (For Students Grades 7-12); Vocal Coaching for Teens; Sports Television Hosting and Anchoring; Television Sports Reporting; Pre & Post Game Shows for Radio & TV; Sports Round Table Hosting; Sports Play-by-Play for TV & Radio and Sports Journalism 101 for Teens (Grades 6-12), The skills sets taught in this certificate program will help prepare students for college level studies, work experiences, and future career goals. Upon successful completion of the programs students will receive a Hofstra University Continuing Education official student transcript and a program certificate. Certificate can be earned in less than 12-months. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauSPORTS JOURNALISM & BROADCASTING INSTITUTE FOR TEENSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    SPORTS JOURNALISM & BROADCASTING INSTITUTE FOR TEENSOur instructors and guest speakers are current industry professionals working either at the High School, Collegiate or Professional ranks. Our instructional staff has work affiliations with the following sports media organizations: Major League Baseball (MLB), National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA), National Hockey League (NHL), ESPN, CBS Sports Network, CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, News 12 Varsity Long Island and News 12. We offer classroom learning and hands-on training activities for all of our programs. Students will learn to develop and hone their skills in the following areas: Research and Preparation; Writing; Interviewing (In-person, Skype, and Phone) with Division I Athletic Coaches and/or Special Industry Guests; Radio Anchoring, Hosting and Updates; Television Anchoring and Updates; Reporting; Round Table Hosting; Sports Debating; Post-Production Producing & Editing; Sports Broadcasting Fundamentals (Play-by-Play and Color Commentary); Utilization of a Teleprompter and Vocal Coaching. Throughout all of our programs participants receive instructions and assessments from our instructor and special guest speakers. The program features two specialized dedicated program training rooms: TV Recording Studio (over 400’ square feet); High Definition (HD) Camera; Shure Microphones; Teleprompter; High Definition Flat Screen Television; Ceiling-mounted Recessed LED Lighting; Specialized Genaray LED TV Dimmable Spot Lights; Sound Proofing Technology and Hofstra Branded Backdrop. Call for more detailed information and course offerings.NassauSPORTS JOURNALISM & BROADCASTING INSTITUTE FOR TEENSHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    THE FAMILY PLANNING BENEFIT PROGRAMAssists teen and young adults in obtaining insurance through the Family Planning Benefit Program (FPBP). FPBP is a NYS Medicaid program that provides health care coverage for confidential family planning services including gyn care, pap smears, birth control, emergency contraception, laboratory tests related to family planning services and STD/HIV testing.SuffolkSTONY BROOK CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, DIVISION OF ADOLESCENT MEDICINESTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    THE STOPPED PROGRAMOffers a voluntary notification system to parents who have a young driver under 21 years of age. Under the program, a decal is affixed to the car of the young driver, and if stopped by Sheriff's Deputies, a notification card will be sent to parents by mail or email to let them know what occured.SuffolkTHE STOPPED PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
    YOUTH AND FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM-RIVERHEADProvides case management, anger management, homework help, and a professionally facilitated parenting education group in Spanish and English. Call for more information.SuffolkYOUTH AND FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM-RIVERHEADFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.

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