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    ACADEMIC CREDIT INTERNSHIPOffers a ten week summer course for college students in the field of journalism. A letter from the college they are attending is required along with students transcript. Student must attend two to three days a week and at least one weekend between June and mid August. Applications for internships can be found on website. Call for further information.SuffolkACADEMIC CREDIT INTERNSHIPNEWSDAY
    ACCESS TO THE ARTSProvides accessible and affordable cultural life for teenagers by offering them $5.00 tickets to various cultural events and museums, as well as special teen programs. Assists arts organizations with audience development. Call for more information.NassauACCESS TO THE ARTSLONG ISLAND ARTS COUNCIL AT FREEPORT
    ADAPTIVE DRIVER TRAININGOffers an Adaptive Driver Training program for individuals exhibiting physical or non-physical disabling conditions. Candidates can be first-time drivers or re-trainees. All prospective students must possess a New York State learner permit or valid driver license. Additionally, students are required to undergo a thorough driving evaluation to determine whether the student possesses the appropriate physical, mental, and emotional abilities necessary for success in driver training. All vehicles are fully equipped with adaptive driving equipment for those with physical limitations. One-on-one training is individualized and designed to teach driving habits and skills necessary to pass a New York State road test. The service is available to all school districts, as well as state and private rehabilitation programs. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkADAPTIVE DRIVER TRAININGEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    ADOLESCENT PROGRAMSProvides weekly support groups for adolescent girls who have been raped/sexually assaulted, and for those who are in relationships where verbal, physical, or sexual abuse is present.SuffolkADOLESCENT PROGRAMSVICTIMS INFORMATION BUREAU OF SUFFOLK
    ADOLESCENT SUPPORT GROUPOffers a support group for adolescents whose lives have been touched by cancer-related illnesses. Call for more information.NassauADOLESCENT SUPPORT GROUP1 IN 9: THE LONG ISLAND BREAST CANCER ACTION COALITION
    ADVENTURE CAMPOffers an exciting program, incorporating both on campus, and off campus activities. The program is modeled on the popular Adventure Education programs that are being featured more frequently in school curriculums across the country. Adventure Camp offers a one week session for Boys & Girls entering Grades 5-9. Adventure Camp aims to create a fun a positive small group experience that fosters leadership skills and encourages the campers to challenge themselves. The goal is to have the campers finish the program with a sense of accomplishment, self-confidence, and a stronger sense of themselves. Experienced Physical Education teachers direct and oversee the program with additional expertise offered from the on-site staff at the various trip locations. A limited enrollment will ensure plenty of active play and 'adventure' in this unique and rewarding program. The start of each session will feature initial ice-breaker activities and staff presentations as to the goals and expectations of the program. Campers will get to know each other and the staff, participate in cooperative games and discuss the themes for the program (Communication/Respect for Differences/Problem Solving). By promoting positive working relationships, the staff will encourage leadership roles and apply strategy while working on 'project adventure' style initiatives. Adventure Camp will be based at Farmingdale State College, with on-campus activities utilizing collegiate athletics facilities. Daily drop-off and pick-up will take place at Farmingdale State College, with off campus trips utilizing the FSCamps transportation provider. The program is Monday to Friday 9am-4pm. Summer 2019 Trip Locations Include: Rock Climbing @ The Gravity Vault; High Ropes Course & Zip Lines@ Long Island Adventure Park; Surfing with Skudin Surf @ Nickerson Beach; Ninja Warrior Training & Course(s) at Obstacle Athletics and Kayaking & SUP with JKKayak at Cold Spring Harbor State Park. Adventure Camp has a limited enrollment and has sold out at other locations so please register early to avoid disappointment. Campers must bring their own packed lunch in an insulated lunch bag to take on daily adventures. Registered Adventure Campers will be required to complete and submit FSCamps Camper Forms AND additional waivers for specific trip locations. Registered Adventure Campers will receive all paperwork and detailed itinerary prior to the start of the program. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkADVENTURE CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAMOffers an after-school program and full day child care, during school vacations including the summer, for children ages 5-17 residing in the Town of Hempstead. Homework assistance is provided by volunteers with an emphasis on reading, expressive and receptive language skills, mathematics and concept development. Recreational activities and snacks are provided. Collaboration with local schools is encouraged by the program coordinator and bilingual staff. Older students (ages 13-17) may serve as program volunteers, translators or participate as interns in local businesses. On-site child care.NassauAFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE PROGRAMHISPANIC BROTHERHOOD OF ROCKVILLE CENTRE, INC.
    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.
    AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMSOffers programs and activities that help build self-esteem, encourage creativity, teach tolerance and acceptance in the areas of arts and crafts and recreation. Activities include arts and crafts, dance classes, scouting for boys and girls, board game tournaments, mad science programs, sports, movie nights, and field trips. Call for more information.NassauAFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMSMANHASSET/GREAT NECK ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL
    ALTERNATIVE ACTIVITIES PROGRAMProvides an anti-vandalism project, indoor recreation, an opportunity for youth to develop interpersonal relationships, and provides an opportunity for youth grades 7-12 to become constructively involved in meaningful use of free time. Call for more information.NassauALTERNATIVE ACTIVITIES PROGRAMGATEWAY YOUTH OUTREACH, INC.
    ALTERNATIVE LEARNING CENTERSOffers special classes that bridge the gap between classes for the disabled at Western Suffolk BOCES Centers and classes for the disabled and non-disabled students located in local school districts. Classes, staffed by Western Suffolk BOCES teachers and paraprofessionals, deliver instruction that incorporates the Common Core Learning Standards to students referred by participating school districts. Mainstreaming within the host school classes is available where appropriate. ALC classes serve a variety of youngsters ages 5 through 21. Groupings are determined by the severity of need and similarity of educational, social and physical functioning. Classes serve disabled students ages 5 through 21 in district elementary, middle and high schools. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkALTERNATIVE LEARNING CENTERSWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
    AMITYVILLE LITTLE LEAGUEPromotes athletics and sportsmanship through baseball and softball.SuffolkAMITYVILLE LITTLE LEAGUEAMITYVILLE LITTLE LEAGUE
    ANGER MANAGEMENT THROUGH CREATIVE EXPRESSION FOR CHILDREN, TEENS AND ADULTSOffers workshops, one-day seminars and support groups for children, teens and adults on understanding anger, and raises awareness of thoughts and feelings that are associated with anger and other emotions. Offers the opportunity to work one-on-one or as a family with a professional. Approved for court mandated clients.SuffolkANGER MANAGEMENT THROUGH CREATIVE EXPRESSION FOR CHILDREN, TEENS AND ADULTSSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
    ANN AND JULES GOTTLIEB WOMEN'S COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTERAddresses the comprehensive health needs of women of all ages in a single state-of-the-art resource at the Manhasset Ambulatory Pavillion. Provides a multi-disciplinary team, integrated support systems, modern procedure rooms, with access to a vast array of resources, educational programs and the opportunity to participate in clinical trials. In addition to primary care, the Center offers many specialty services and programs geared to healthy women and those at risk for or suffering from specific illnesses. Among the specialty services and programs are: bone densitometry, breast care, cancer screening, prevention and treatment, colonoscopy and laser treatment, contraception and adolescent gynecology, endocrinology, infertility, mammography, menopause programs, neurology, headaches and pain management, normal and high risk pregnancy, osteoporosis, physical and occupational therapy, preventive cariology anmd ultrasonography. Patients are seen by appointment only and each woman will have her own primary physician at the Center responsible for coordinating her care. Call for information. Member of Northwell Health.NassauANN AND JULES GOTTLIEB WOMEN'S COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CENTERLONG ISLAND JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER
    ART GALLERYProvides monthly exhibits of local artists. Exhibits and display cases include but are not limited to quilts, oils, acrylics.SuffolkART GALLERYMATTITUCK-LAUREL LIBRARY
    ARTHUR O. EVE HIGHER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (HEOP)Experience support, connection, and opportunity as part of the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP), which is offered at NYIT-Manhattan. Sponsored jointly with the state of New York, Arthur O. Eve HEOP allows NYIT to achieve its mission of providing educational opportunity to all qualified students. We assist students who may have financial and academic hardship and would otherwise be unable to earn a college degree. Depending on your needs and circumstances, we may offer financial assistance for tuition, books, transportation, and some personal expenses. You may also receive academic and personal counseling, study skills training, tutoring, and career counseling. If you have never attended college, you may be eligible for Arthur O. Eve HEOP if you:Have lived in New York state for one year prior to the time of your admission to NYIT; Have earned or will soon earn a high school diploma or approved equivalent; Meet the income guidelines issued by the New York State Education Department; Have been unable to secure admission to the major of your choice through NYIT’s regular admission procedures; Demonstrate potential to succeed in college. If you have previously attended college, you may be eligible for Arthur O. HEOP if you: Have lived in New York state for one year prior to the time of your admission to NYIT;Have participated in an educational opportunity program such as SEEK/CD or EOP; Earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. If you are accepted to Arthur O. Eve HEOP at NYIT, you will have an outstanding opportunity to take charge of your future. You will take on some important responsibilities, including: Attending a five-week, full-time summer program before you begin your first year at NYIT. This program focuses on strengthening reading, writing, math, and study skills. The curriculum also includes cultural trips, seminars on social adjustments, and a variety of leadership workshops. Carrying a full-time course load during the fall and spring semesters each year at NYIT. Regularly attending all classes. Participating in tutoring and group and individual counseling sessions as recommended or assigned. Committing your full attention and dedication to the goals of completing your degree. Call for more detailed information.NassauARTHUR O. EVE HIGHER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (HEOP)NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
    ASCENT: A SCHOOL FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISMProvides a full day, 12 month academic and behavioral treatment program for children with autism and atypical developmental disorders ranging in age from 5-21 years. Parent education also provided in school, home, and community setting.SuffolkASCENT: A SCHOOL FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISMASCENT: A SCHOOL FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM
    ATHEROSCLEROSIS PREVENTION CENTEREvaluates children and adolescents from families referred for elevated risk. Offers specialized comprehensive family based dietary and lifestyle modifications for children with elevated cholesterol and obesity. Prescribes dietary supplements, exercise and medication as indicated.NassauATHEROSCLEROSIS PREVENTION CENTER COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    AT HOME RESPITEProvides voucher reimbursement for at home respite to families of developmentally disabled children, age 3 to young adult, residing in Suffolk County. Caregivers provide care to the disabled individual allowing family members time off from their usual caregiver responsibilities.SuffolkAT HOME RESPITEUCP OF LONG ISLAND
    BABYLON LITTLE LEAGUEOffers baseball for boys and softball for girls ranging from t-ball up through majors. Call for dates, times, and registration information.SuffolkBABYLON LITTLE LEAGUEBABYLON LITTLE LEAGUE
    BABYLON VILLAGE YOUTH PROJECTProvides cultural stimulation for youth, and opportunities for voluntary community services. Includes drop-in lounge, activities center, trips to museum, historical sites, homework helpers, recreational activities, arts and crafts, technology classes, sailing and science programs.SuffolkBABYLON VILLAGE YOUTH PROJECTBABYLON VILLAGE YOUTH PROJECT
    BAITING HOLLOW SCOUT CAMPProvides overnight and day camping opportunities for males ages 6-18 years old. Call main office for more information.SuffolkBAITING HOLLOW SCOUT CAMPBOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA/SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL
    BASEBALL CAMPProvides quality instruction for athletes of all levels in a safe and innovative learning environment. The program takes place on campus at Farmingdale State College, utilizing the collegiate athletic facilities. All areas of the game are thoroughly addressed through a variety of drills, practice sessions, and situational games under the guidance of our developmental coaching team. Players entering grades 3-7 will consistently work on position specific training as well as a strong fundamental focus throughout the World Series games. Understanding and utilizing healthy efficient mechanics during situational play is a key component of the Future Stars Baseball Camp curriculum. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkBASEBALL CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    BASEBALL CAMPProvides a summer day baseball camp that is geared to the instruction of student ages 7-17. Younger campers will be provided with a positive introduction to the world of athletics in a fun atmosphere. Our young campers will enjoy the game of baseball by learning the basic skills needed to develop a strong foundation for mature athletic success. During the week, as our students’ skills develop, so will their self-esteem and confidence. Instruction for our older campers will be geared toward coaching “What it takes” to become a successful player. The progression of skills and individualized instruction will be geared toward making all campers reach their baseball potential. Additionally, it is hoped that the time spent at the camp will be a memorable experience and one that will allow all campers to become not only better baseball players, but better young people. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkBASEBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    BASEBALL PROGRAMSConducts two camp programs, regular camp for boys 7-11 years old and advanced camp for boys 12-15 years old. Camp provides instruction and practice aided by high-tech equipment. Offers scholarships to deserving youngsters. Also conducts Saturday clinic for boys ages 7-11 years old, starting in September. Clinic offers modified T-ball/counselor pitching for beginners and intermediate players in either morning or afternoon sessions. Call for additional details.SuffolkBASEBALL PROGRAMSSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    BASKETBALL CAMPTeaches and challenges players entering grades 3-10 to develop all aspects of their game. The program will encompass a morning of intensive skills and drills training with an afternoon of recreational sports and games. Campers participate in a dynamic series of drill sequences designed to give players an opportunity to become well rounded and team oriented players. Through technical instruction and guided game situational play from our proven coaches, training methods seamlessly translate from the practice court to game competition. Campers are grouped by both age and level, with curriculum focus varied accordingly. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkBASKETBALL CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    BASKETBALL CAMPOffers two-week program including warm-up drills, game techniques/skills, lecture, practice, inter-squad games. Fee includes insurance, T-shirt.SuffolkBASKETBALL CAMPSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS (KIDSPLACE)Offers before and after school age child care for school age children grades K-6. Includes homework help, swinmming gym, creative play and many other enrichment programs. Many enrichment programs are available during Kidsplace hours of operation. Kids place also offers Holiday Programs during most school closure days. Licensed by New York State, Further information or guidance in the location and selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631) 462-0303 or the Child Care Services of Nassau at (516) 358-9250.SuffolkBEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS (KIDSPLACE)SUFFOLK Y-JCC
    BIG HELP VOLUNTEER GROUPProvides Half Hollow Middle School students the opportunity to become involved in community services such as environmental projects, fund-raisers, etc. Groups meet monthly to decide on projects.SuffolkBIG HELP VOLUNTEER GROUPREACH CYA
    BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SUFFOLKOffers individual, family, group counseling, and programs for the families of the Three Village area. Call for additional information.SuffolkBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SUFFOLKBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SUFFOLK
    CAMP ADVENTUREProvides one week sleepaway camp program for children with cancer and their siblings. Operates in August located on Shelter Island.SuffolkCAMP ADVENTUREAMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY-EASTERN DIVISION
    CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSESOffers career education opportunities to all juniors and seniors in Nassau County. Whether students are looking for immediate employment after graduation or wish to continue their education, they can gain valuable hands-on experience, learn marketable job skills, and receive college credits as they meet high school diploma requirements. Students enrolled at Barry Tech attend classes for two and a half hours a day, five days a week and are encouraged to participate in various career-oriented youth organizations, work-based learning activities, and take part in local and national competitions. All teachers are certified in their area of instruction, and all students’ schedules are carefully reviewed to ensure they will meet assessment and graduation requirements in accordance with No Child Left Behind (NCLB) regulations and SED mandates, the Common Core Learning Standards and the CDOS Credential. Technical endorsements for diplomas are available to students in SED-certified programs, who meet or surpass grade and Regents requirements. Programs approved by SED offer integrated academics that can be used for high school credit. (See catalog and Web page for full descriptions at www.nassauboces.org/barrytech .) Call for more detailed information.NassauCAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSESNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
    CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMSupports career development in the healthcare professional arena. Activities include high school Shadow Days, where interested students are paired with a hospital employee to observe and learn about this particular career path. Call for further information.SuffolkCAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMSTONY BROOK EASTERN LONG ISLAND HOSPITAL
    CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAM (CHSEE) PREPOffers a preparation class for eighth graders planning to attend any of the ten Catholic high schools on Long Island. Students review the math, reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar skills on the exam, and learn test-taking strategies to help them work faster and more confidently to maximize their score. All materials are included. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information. NassauCATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAM (CHSEE) PREPMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    CENTER FOR CHILDHOOD ASTHMAProvides a comprehensive, multidisciplinary outpatient program for children and adolescents with asthma. The team includes sub-specialists in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine and Allergy/Immunology. Treatment includes pulmonary function testing, complete allergy testing and treatment. At the Asthma Learning Center patients and families can learn about asthma through reading, watching videos or playing interactive gamesNassauCENTER FOR CHILDHOOD ASTHMA COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    CHEERLEADING CAMPOffers a program that is designed to develop confidence, skills and teamwork for girls, grades 3 to 9. Cheerleading camp is a dynamic fun filled program combining dance, jumps, tosses, cheers and chants for campers. Whether you are a high school cheerleader looking to ignite your school spirit or a total beginner, our curriculum is designed to develop motivation and leadership. Campers will learn the latest stunts, pyramids and cheers in a safe and fun environment. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkCHEERLEADING CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY AMBULATORY SERVICESProvides consultation, evaluation and individual, group and family treatments for children and adolescents with behavioral and emotional difficulties and their families. Specialized programs under Ambulatory Care include medication evaluation and treatment legal services for divorce, abuse and criminal justice issues psycholtherapy for gay and lesbian youth and parent and professional education. Children with DSM-IV Axis l diagnosis and related significant distress and dysfunction are eligible. Call for further information.NassauCHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY AMBULATORY SERVICES COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    CHILD AND PARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY SERVICES CLINICOffers a Child Intervention Program; Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Program and Parent Intervention and Consultation Program. The Child Intervention Program provides individual psychotherapy sessions and conjoint parent-child sessions offering behavior therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy and play therapy. The program offers treatments for aggressive behaviors; defiance/oppositional behaviors; impulsivity; mood swings; obsessive/compulsive behaviors; panic, phobia and general anxiety; sadness; school and test anxiety; separation difficulties; shyness and inhibitions; and worries and fears. The Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is a specialized positive and intensive program for children ages 2 to 7 and their parents, designed to enrich the quality of their relationship, reduce parenting stress and improve overall child behavior. PCIT Is appropriate for families with child relationship problems and highly stressed parents who have children with adjustment problems, aggressive behaviors, attention difficulties, oppositional and defiance problems, separation anxiety and social difficulties. Treatment techniques include behavioral parent consultation, behavior therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, mindfulness and acceptance commitment therapies, parent training programs and video-based parent training programs. The Parent Intervention and Consultation offers individual and/or group psychotherapy sessions to help parents overcome their own emotional challenges; improve the parent-child relationship; learn child management techniques; reduce the impact of stress associated with parenting and teach parent to help their child develop better emotion and behavior management strategies. Treatment techniques include behavioral parent consultation, behavior therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, mindfulness and acceptance commitment therapies, parent training programs for child management and video-based parent training programs. Call for detailed information regarding each program.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
    CHILD HEALTH PLUSProvides comprehensive, state subsidized health insurance for children under 19 years of age.NassauCHILD HEALTH PLUSNASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    CHILD HEALTH PLUSProvides health insurance for children including well-child care, physical exams, immunizations, diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury, x-rays and lab tests, out-patient surgery, emergency care, prescription and non-prescription drugs, inpatient hospital medical or surgical care, short-term therapeutic outpatient services (chemotherapy, hemodialysis), limited inpatient and outpatient treatment for alcoholism and substance abuse, and mental health, plus dental care, vision care, speech and hearing and durable medical equipment. Call for a list of local providers.CHILD HEALTH PLUSNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
    CHILDHOOD DIABETES/PEDIATRIC DIABETES EDUCATION CENTER-DIVISION OF ENDOCRINOLOGYProvides medical management from the time of diagnosis through young adulthood including the treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis, stabilization and initiation of insulin therapy, training in diabetes survival skills, establishment of diabetes self-care, ongoing diabetes care tailored to developmental stage, and promotion of individualized intensive diabetes care.NassauCHILDHOOD DIABETES/PEDIATRIC DIABETES EDUCATION CENTER-DIVISION OF ENDOCRINOLOGY COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICESProvides Information and Referral, Reference Services, Readers Advisory and programs for children from birth through Grade 6 as well as parents. Programs and services include, but are not limited to film presentations, arts and crafts, storytimes, book discussions, reading clubs and Mommy and Me. Offers Twang! program for children grade 4 through grade 6 such as film presentations and game nights.NassauCHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICESMANHASSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
    CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS (COA) PROGRAMProvides individual therapy for the children of alcoholics as well as collateral treatment with parents/family members. Provides psychiatric evaluations and treatment.NassauCHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS (COA) PROGRAMCOMMUNITY COUNSELING SERVICES OF WEST NASSAU, INC.
    CHILDREN'S HEALTH SERVICESProvides comprehensive in-hospital care by specially trained pediatric nurses and pediatricians. Offers child-friendly physical/mental environment and encourages family participation in child's care. Provides pediatric community services such as immunizations, participation in health fairs, and educational programs.SuffolkCHILDREN'S HEALTH SERVICESSOUTHSIDE HOSPITAL
    CHILDREN'S RESIDENCEOffers residential services to children and adolescents with autism and/or developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities or multiple disabilities. Staffed by counselors, supervisors, nurses, psychologist, social worker and recreation coordinator.NassauCHILDREN'S RESIDENCETHE CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, INC.
    CHILDREN'S RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM (CRP)-HUNTINGTONProvides residential services to developmentally disabled individuals who exhibit challenging behaviors. These homes are located on both the main campus in Smithtown and DDI's Huntington Campus. Children in residence attend Developmental Disabilities Institute Day School and then return to their residence where supervised recreation and daily living activities continue. Program operates 365 days per yearSuffolkCHILDREN'S RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM (CRP)-HUNTINGTONDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES INSTITUTE
    CHILDREN'S RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM (CRP)-SMITHTOWNProvides residential services to developmentally disabled individuals who exhibit challenging behaviors. These homes are located on both the main campus in Smithtown and DDI's Huntington Campus. Children in residence attend Developmental Disabilities Institute Day School and then return to their residence where supervised recreation and daily living activities continue. Program operates 365 days per year.SuffolkCHILDREN'S RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM (CRP)-SMITHTOWNDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES INSTITUTE
    CHILDREN'S SINGLE POINT OF ACCESS (SPOA)Provides a single point of access for children (ages 5-18 years) who require enhanced mental health services. Offers a centralized, coordinated process using a universal referral form. The child and family are involved in all aspects of the referral process including program determinations. Includes community based in home and residential programs. Referral required.SuffolkCHILDREN'S SINGLE POINT OF ACCESS (SPOA)SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF COMMUNITY MENTAL HYGIENE
    CHOICES OPEN OUR LIVES PROJECTProvides an after school program for 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls that addresses social, emotional and developmental issues facing young women. Objective is to empower young women by developing leadership skills and self-esteem, and deter at-risk behaviors.SuffolkCHOICES OPEN OUR LIVES PROJECTNORTH FORK WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER
    CHRISTINE A. NOWIERSKI CHEER CAMPCAN Cheer Camp, under the direction of Hofstra Cheerleading Coach Christine A. Nowierski-Farina, is designed for cheerleaders who desire a full day of expert training in all facets of cheerleading. CAN Cheer Camp offers an innovative and creative curriculum developed and instructed by Coach Nowierski-Farina and her Division I collegiate staff. Training will include cheers, dances, jumps, stunts, pyramid building and gymnastics. The camp is structured for both teams and individuals to believe in themselves and achieve their personal best. CAN Cheer Camp encompasses all styles and skill levels from beginner to elite. Cheerleaders will be grouped according to age and skill level. Teams will be able to work on routine building for the upcoming season as well as create spirited traditions for their schools. Hofstra’s CAN Cheer Camp utilizes the University’s state-of-the-art, air-conditioned facilities for gymnastics and stunting sessions. Each camper should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts with no pockets, flat sole sneakers/cheerleading sneakers and sweat socks. Players must bring their own water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information. NassauCHRISTINE A. NOWIERSKI CHEER CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROMEProvides comprehensive medical and psychosocial evaluation and management to children and adolescents with this disorder.NassauCHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    COACHES & TEACHERS ASSISTANT PROGRAM (CTAP) CAMPCombines the fun of being a participant with important life skills such as leadership, personal development, team-work, and communication under the guidance of our experienced educators and directors. The program is for teens entering Grades 10-12 in the fall. Working under the guidance of our camp & program directors CTAP participants will observe and assist in all aspects of the camp program and typical daily activities whilst receiving performance feedback in a constructive environment to help build self confidence and interpersonal skills. There is a limited enrollment for the program and submitting an application does not guarantee acceptance. Applications – and recommendation letters – will be reviewed, with follow-up interviews arranged accordingly. CTAP participants will be assigned a program for a given camp session from the camp director and administrative staff. Program placement can/will vary throughout the summer to provide a well balanced experienced, and although requests can be made there are no guarantees for program placement. Acceptance to the program does not guarantee participants will be offered a summer staff position when they are eligible to apply. The program will also encompass an online learning component both before and during the summer. CTAP participants will receive a series of online video tutorials on a series of leadership and related topics. This online “training” will have a quiz component which Future Stars directors will review and discuss with the CTAP participants and also use ‘real-life’ camp experiences to further expand on these key skills and topics. CTAP participants will be required to attend a pre-summer meeting to review the program along with a discussion regarding the goals and expectations of the CTAP experience. Throughout the summer CTAP participants will have weekly meetings with program director(s) to provide feedback, host CTAP group activities, and program discussions. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkCOACHES & TEACHERS ASSISTANT PROGRAM (CTAP) CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    COMMUNITY AND YOUTH BUREAU PROGRAMSOffers drug and alcohol counseling, crisis counseling, job development and referral, tutoring, Homework help, Improvisation teen theater, peer leadership training, drug prevention, support groups, environmental issues group, grandfriends, social skills group, young families group, home safety programs, basketball and recreational activities. Parent resources available.SuffolkCOMMUNITY AND YOUTH BUREAU PROGRAMSREACH CYA
    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 ENTERPRISES OF NEW YORKOffers vocational placement, career counseling, day habilitation, community habilitation service coordination services for individuals with mental retardation, developmental disabilities, autism and/or Asperger's Syndrome. Referral required. Appointment required.SuffolkCOMMUNITY ENTERPRISES OF NEW YORKCOMMUNITY ENTERPRISES OF NEW YORK
    COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAMProvides parent education, parent/child programs, referral to community programs, and field trips. Call for more information/brochure.NassauCOMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAMTHE PARENT RESOURCE CENTER
    COMMUNITY RESIDENCE PROGRAM-DIX HILLSOffers an eight bed 24/7 supervised group home for adolescent girls and boys (ages 12-18), diagnosed as seriously and emotionally disturbed. Provides a therapeutic living environment to promote youth's highest level of social and emotional functioning. Our goal is for the youth and families alike to recover, reunite and work on transitioning the youth back into their homes and communities. Average length of stay is between 12-18 months.SuffolkCOMMUNITY RESIDENCE PROGRAM-DIX HILLSWELLLIFE NETWORK
    COMMUNITY RESIDENCE PROGRAM-SETAUKETOffers an eight bed 24/7 supervised group home for adolescent girls and boys (ages 12-18), diagnosed as seriously and emotionally disturbed. Provides a therapeutic living environment to promote youth's highest level of social and emotional functioning. Our goal is for the youth and families alike to recover, reunite and work on transitioning the youth back into their homes and communities. Average length of stay is between 12-18 months.SuffolkCOMMUNITY RESIDENCE PROGRAM-SETAUKETWELLLIFE NETWORK
    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
    COMPREHENSIVE EATING DISORDERS PROGRAMAssists individuals who are dealing with illness of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder. Treatment services provided include: health screening, coordination of care with medical doctor, psycholsocial evaluation, psychiatric evaluation, nutritional assessment, psycho-educational groups, weight monitoring, group therapy, meal planning, individual therapy, family therapy, medication education, stress management, supportive meal and snacks. Call (631) 473-3877 ext. 57 to make a referral.SuffolkCOMPREHENSIVE EATING DISORDERS PROGRAMJOHN T. MATHER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    COMPREHENSIVE EPILEPSY CENTERProvides a complete program of diagnosis, monitoring and treatment. It offers expert help to adults and teenagers with seizure disorders who have not yet been definitely diagnosed and to those who have already had a diagnosis of epilepsy but are seeking improved management or control. The Center's program includes a combination of services for inpatient and outpatient care. Services include: diagnosis of epilepsy and related conditions, establishment of a medication plan considering factors such as seizure control, behavioral/cognitive manifestations and toxicity, a four-bed epilepsy unit with on-line computer analysis for continuous EEG and video monitoring, clinical trials of investigational drugs, evaluation of intractable seizures for the surgical treatment option, preoperative and postoperative care following surgery, psychosocial assessment and rehabilitation referrals and educational and social support groups.NassauCOMPREHENSIVE EPILEPSY CENTERLONG ISLAND JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER
    COMPUTER LEARNING CENTEROffers use of latest educational software to provide youth in other programs with additional educational assistance through computer technology.NassauCOMPUTER LEARNING CENTERLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    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
    CONCERTS IN THE PARKSponsors a series of eight musical concerts on Sunday evenings at 7pm, at Hoyt Farm Park, Commack. Residents are invited to bring chairs, blankets, and picnics. Also sponsors one Kids Koncert on a Friday. See our website or call for concert schedule.SuffolkCONCERTS IN THE PARKSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES OUTREACH SERVICESProvides a clothing ministry for those in need, children's study and tutoring programs, religious empowerment program, vacation bible school summer camp, Kids for Christ group, and a Youth Action Team. Call for more information.SuffolkCORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES OUTREACH SERVICESCORNERSTONE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
    COUNSELING PROGRAMProvides counseling services to children and adolescents with behavior and adjustment difficulties. Provides free individual and family counseling, case management, assessments, and entitlement are implemented for families in the Sewanhaka Central High School District and the Elmont Union Free School District. Call for more information.NassauCOUNSELING PROGRAMGATEWAY YOUTH OUTREACH, INC.
    COUNSELING SERVICESProvides youth counseling, family counseling, and support groups for students. Contract agency of the Brookhaven Town Youth Bureau.SuffolkCOUNSELING SERVICESNORTH SHORE YOUTH COUNCIL
    COUNSELING SERVICESProvides individual, family, group counseling, and crisis intervention services. Calls received after 10pm and weekends are referred to Long Island Crisis Center hotline. Services also offered in Levittown and Bethpage.NassauCOUNSELING SERVICESYES COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTER
    COUNSELOR IN TRAINING-RESPITEProvides opportunity for six teens with developmental disabilities to participate in existing Counselor In Training program at Great South Junior Travel Camp. Offers opportunity to assist counselors in providing recreation activities to children, and to participate in recreational activities with their peers. Three or six week sessions available. Inclusion setting. Call for further information, application.SuffolkCOUNSELOR IN TRAINING-RESPITEADULTS AND CHILDREN WITH LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, INC.
    CRISIS/RESPITE BED PROGRAMProvides short term placement (up to 14 days) of children and adolescents who are in mental health crisis requiring a temporary out-of-home placement.SuffolkCRISIS/RESPITE BED PROGRAMSAGAMORE CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRIC CENTER
    CULTURAL ARTS/CRAFTSOffers summer art programs in which children work in a wide variety of media in a small-group setting. Provides appropriate grouping according to age, grade, skill and interest level. Emphasizes creativity, self-expression, skill development and fun. See website for additional details or phone for information/registration.SuffolkCULTURAL ARTS/CRAFTSSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    CURVY GIRLS SCOLIOSIS SUPPORT GROUPSOffers a teen facilitated support group for pre-teen and teen girls with scoliosis. Call for meeting times and locations.SuffolkCURVY GIRLS SCOLIOSIS SUPPORT GROUPSCURVY GIRLS SCOLIOSIS SUPPORT GROUPS
    CYSTIC FIBROSIS CENTERProvides comprehensive care to cystic fibrosis patients from infancy to adulthood. Offers a holistic and family focused approach to patient care with an emphasis on promoting normal physical and emotional growth and development. Goals include slowing the progression of the disease, prevention and treatment of complications and helping the patients integrate the disease and strenuous medical treatments into daily life. Provides a home care program. Parent support groups are available on a as needed basis.NassauCYSTIC FIBROSIS CENTER COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    DANCE CAMPOffers an energetic and motivational fun program that combines learning new choreography while working on flexibility, stretching and technique. Created for campers entering grades 3-9, whether you are new to Dance or taking lessons in a studio through the school year, this program can help you learn the basics, experience new teaching techniques or brush up your skills. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkDANCE CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    DAY CAMPProvides full day and half day programs for children from 5-14 years of age. Full range of activities include swim lessons, arts and crafts, nature exploration, music and story hour. Lunch is included. Call for brochure and further information.SuffolkDAY CAMPQUINIPET CAMP AND RETREAT CENTER
    DAY HOSPITAL PROGRAMOffers a 30-day psychiatric day program which includes individual, group and family counseling, recreational therapy, therapeutic socialization activities, emergency stabilization, medication, and a special education through Western Suffolk BOCES.SuffolkDAY HOSPITAL PROGRAMSAGAMORE CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRIC CENTER
    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
    DENNIS PAPADATOS WRESTLING CAMPOffers a wrestling camp for boys entering grades 2-12. Wrestling Camp is geared toward wrestlers who strive to learn the fundamentals of the sport. We teach and practice essential drills and techniques for beginning and advanced wrestlers. We also utilize wrestling videos and guest speakers as part of the learning experience. Campers are divided into small learning groups based on grade, skill level and experience, and they interact with great coaches throughout the week. Instructors are current coaches and wrestlers at Hofstra University, a national power in wrestling. Daily Program includes: Warm-up and stretching exercises; Small-group technique instruction; Small group drill sessions; Wrestling competitions; Swim session; Guest Speakers; Wrestling Video; and Wrestling Games. Each camper should wear daily: shorts, T-shirts, socks, and wrestling shoes. Campers must bring an extra set of shorts, T-shirt and socks, as well as running shoes and a bag with a bathing suit, towel and water bottle. Call for more detailed information.NassauDENNIS PAPADATOS WRESTLING CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICSProvides primary care services and subspecialty services in pediatrics including the following: Adolescent Medicine, Allergy Immunology, Cardiology, Cody Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Critical Care, Developmental and Behavioral, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Genetic and Metabolic Disorders, Hematology and Oncology, Pediatric AIDS Center, Infectious Diseases, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Nephrology, Pulmonology. Also offers Cystic Fibrosis Center, Children's Kidney Center, Children's Lung, Allergy and Breathing Center, as well as Counseling, Education and Support for Kids.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRYProvides a comprehensive evaluation of psychiatric problems. Patients receive outpatient psychiatric treatment from psychiatric who provide individual therapy and medication management.NassauNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-MANHASSETNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-MANHASSET
    DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATIONOffers a broad spectrum of classes and services that are highly specialized to meet the diverse needs of students with disabilities, as well as non-classified students in need of alternative school settings. Classes are offered for students ranging in age from 5 to 21 years in Eastern Suffolk BOCES centers, as well as inclusive settings in our component district buildings. Students enrolled in our district sites are provided with opportunities for inclusion in general education academic classes, special subject classes, and building-wide activities while receiving specialized support services and instruction from Eastern Suffolk BOCES. All programs are aligned with Common Core Learning Standards and are designed to achieve appropriate educational outcomes for each student we serve. These outcomes include completion of a New York State Regents course of study, as well as academic, behavioral, and social skills development. These skills are developed along the continuum of student needs exhibited within the Eastern Suffolk BOCES area. All of our programs have received accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. We continue to work toward improving student outcomes through a focus on transition, research and assessment of best practices, and emerging trends in the field. Call for more information on programs and services offered.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATIONEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    DIAGNOSTIC AND EMERGENCY GROUP HOMEProvides 12 co-ed beds to youth in need of either a diagnostic evaluation, emergency placement, or a crisis/preventive respite stay. The youth are supervised 24 hours a day in a professionally staffed setting and are engaged in an academic program during the school year. Evaluations provided include psychological, psychiatric, psychosocial, and substance abuse risk assessments as needed.SuffolkDIAGNOSTIC AND EMERGENCY GROUP HOMEHOPE FOR YOUTH, INC.
    DIVISION OF ADOLESCENT MEDICINEProvides comprehensive care to young people of junior high, high school and college age, up to the 20th birthday. Health assessments are offered for school and college entry, camp enrollment, sports participation and employment application. Health care maintenance visits include immunization updates, age-appropriate screenings and on-site laboratory testing. Referrals are made for the evaluation and management of acute and chronic problems including disturbances of growth and development, weight loss and sexually transmitted diseases.NassauDIVISION OF ADOLESCENT MEDICINENASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
    DIVISION OF DENTISTRYProvides consultations, diagnosis and treatment for healthy children and adolescents and offers comprehensive care to children with special medical, physical or emotional needs. The very young child and children with baby-bottle tooth decay are also of special concern.NassauDIVISION OF DENTISTRY COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    DIVISION OF RECREATIONHolds summer programs at neighborhood recreation centers for grades K-6 holds a half-day playground program for preschoolers on Tuesday and Thursday or Mon, Wed, Fri holds a recreation day camp for ages 7-12 and a counselor-in-training program. Call for place, time, and fees. Fall programs for adults and children include LEAP after school program, programs for 3 and 4 year olds, after school recreation (arts and crafts, physical fitness, storytimes, consumer education, sports programs and pools). Buildings rented out for parties/fees vary.DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF ISLIP
    DPF FLINT NASSAU COUNTY 4 H CAMPProvides a sleepaway camp in Riverhead that focuses on environmental education. Eight sessions, with stayover weekend sessions. Call for further information.NassauDPF NASSAU COUNTY 4 H CAMPCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF NASSAU COUNTY
    DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. COMMUNITY CENTERProvides homework assistance Monday-Friday during the school year. Offers various activities such as basket ball, dance, exercise classes, bingo and other games, sports. Senior Citizens Club meets Wednesdays 10:30am-3pm (Silver Foxes). Call for additional information.NassauDR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. COMMUNITY CENTERDR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. COMMUNITY CENTER
    EARLY COLLEGE PROGRAMOffers an opportunity for high school juniors and seniors who attend our partner school districts to earn college credits while having an experience of college life. Students enroll in college classes and interact with college faculty, staff and other students. ECP students can earn college-level credits while continuing to complete high school. All classes are taught by college professors, and ECP students are integrated into classes with college students. Each program participant is assigned an ECP counselor. With guidance from the College’s Program staff, students select classes from the general education program or take a sequence of courses in a particular curriculum. Enrollment in courses through Suffolk’s Early College Program generates an official Suffolk academic transcript for each student. Successfully earned credits are accepted at Suffolk or can be transferred to a multitude of other colleges and universities. Acceptance of credit for college-level course work is under the domain of the receiving colleges and universities with general acceptance within State University of New York (SUNY) institutions. Graduates of the program have gone on to notable two and four-year institutions, including Suffolk County Community College and are strong candidates for their Honor’s Program. Students attending Early College Program [ECP] participating high schools who are interested in discussing how to apply to the program can contact the Early College Program counselor at their partnering College Campus. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEARLY COLLEGE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    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
    EATING DISORDERS CENTERProvides comprehensive psychiatric, medical and nutritional care for children, adolescents, and young adults with eating disorders. Inpatient, partial-day, and outpatient services are provided exclusively for the younger population ages 6-23 and each program is tailored to the needs of the patient. Treatment modalities include: outpatient, individual, family, and group therapies outpatient medical management outpatient nutritional counseling intensive evening outpatient program partial hospitalizations and inpatient treatment.EATING DISORDERS CENTERTHE ZUCKER HILLSIDE HOSPITAL
    EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENTOffers children exposure to cultural programs and guests, and conducts field trips geared toward productivity. Includes activities such as plays, concerts, and seminars.NassauEDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENTLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    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 AND GUIDANCE PROGRAMProvides an after school tutorial program and a multicultural student council program. Call for further information.NassauEDUCATION AND GUIDANCE PROGRAMHEMPSTEAD HISPANIC CIVIC ASSOCIATION, INC.
    EDUCATION AND TRAINING DEPARTMENTProvides education programs on human sexuality for schools, community groups, religious institutions, youth and parents and in private homes. Runs conferences/workshops for professionals. Provides teen information and peer service training for area high school students and an annual Teen Health Conference for teens and professionals. Provides outreach and education for minority communities and maintains a library collection on human sexuality.SuffolkEDUCATION AND TRAINING DEPARTMENTPLANNED PARENTHOOD HUDSON PECONIC, INC.
    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.
    EDUPLUSOffers a program for students even if your grades and test scores do not quite meet our general admissions standards. Our EduPlus program, available to first-year students only, can help you by offering you both academic and personal support. As an EduPlus student, you will be a full-fledged NYIT student, attending regular classes with other NYIT students, but with the additional benefit of participating in weekly academic tutoring, skill-building classes, and personalized advisement during your first two semesters at NYIT. Placement exams, taken by all incoming NYIT students, will determine which level courses you should register for and whether any remedial or developmental courses are required. The EduPlus program, as well as its academic requirements, applies only to your first year at NYIT. You may, however, continue to use our resources and stay in contact with our staff for the remainder of your studies at NYIT. If you are identified as a potential EduPlus candidate, you will be contacted by an NYIT Admissions counselor, who will provide you with information about the program and request a supplemental essay. If your application and essay have been determined to meet program criteria, you will be contacted a second time to schedule an interview. Only applicants who submit a qualifying supplemental essay and attend an interview will be considered for admission into the program. If you are accepted and choose to enroll in the EduPlus program, you must:Enroll in the required weekly, skill-building EduPlus seminars: Skills for College Success I (fall) and II (spring). This is the only course reserved for EduPlus students. Besides this course, you will attend the same courses as any other NYIT student, though you should not be surprised to find fellow EduPlus students in other courses. Attend at least one hour of tutoring per week for each semester during your first academic year. Attend all assigned enrichment events (to be assigned by the EduPlus coordinator). Earn and maintain a GPA of 2.0 or above during your first year. Pay a one-time $1,000 fee, which allows for unique academic services and personal advising. If you complete the program successfully, the fee will be credited to your account in the first semester of your sophomore year. Call for detailed information.NassauEDUPLUSNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
    EMILY MANSUR VOLLEYBALL CAMPOffers a volleyball camp for girls and boys entering grades 2 – 12. Volleyball Camp is for both girls and boys who desire a full day of volleyball training and instruction. Camp provides a healthy atmosphere in which campers can enjoy playing volleyball and developing friendships. Players will develop their skills through frequent ball contact in a fun yet challenging environment. Games and competition will be used throughout camp as a learning tool with continued positive feedback. This program is available to players of all ability levels. Campers are placed into groups of similar skill level in order to insure the most improvement, challenge and excitement. The intended goal is to motivate the skilled player, while teaching the beginner the basics to building a strong foundation in volleyball. All aspects of the game will be covered on both individual and team levels. Daily Program includes: Stretching and warm-up exercises; Volleyball fundamentals: passing, setting, attacking, serving, defense and blocking; Offensive and defensive strategic development; Position breakdown; Competitions; Game play; Continuous evaluation and supervision and Coaches instruction-lectures. Each camper should wear daily: comfortable athletic shoes, socks, shorts, and a cotton T-shirt. Players must bring their water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information.NassauEMILY MANSUR VOLLEYBALL CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    EMPLOYMENTProvides employment counseling, resume writing, job interview training, job placement and follow-up, and peer tutoring to 10-20 year old youth who are Hicksville and neighboring community residents.NassauEMPLOYMENTHICKSVILLE TEENAGE COUNCIL, INC.
    EMPLOYMENT AND TRAININGProvides youth and adults with employment and training oriented programs such as job readiness skills, skill building, pre-employment skills, employment referrals, job placement, post-employment services, entrepreneurial development and career directed training.NassauEMPLOYMENT AND TRAININGLEADERSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE
    EMPLOYMENT SERVICEProvides job bank and job readiness training for youth under 21.SuffolkEMPLOYMENT SERVICENORTH SHORE YOUTH COUNCIL
    ENERGEIA FOR TEENSWas modeled after its adult leadership academy and launched in 2009. Molloy cares deeply about the development of ethical leadership and believes in the role and power of young adults in making a difference throughout Long Island communities. Long Island high school students ages 14-19 with 20-40 participants actively engaged each year, Energeia for Teens combines group discussion, skill-building exercises, and community service-learning experiences. It builds citizenship, promotes character development, enhances critical thinking and problem-solving capacity, and fosters respect among students of diverse backgrounds. By participating in an initiative hosted by a college, high school students are better prepared for college life. As teens learn about local challenges and are active in the development of solutions, they become change agents in their schools and neighborhoods. It is important that youth embrace Long Island and positively contribute to their communities as they continue in leadership roles throughout their adult lives. Energeia for Teens also provides an opportunity for students to make new friends from across Long Island. Students develop leadership abilities, identify topics of mutual interest and concern, and translate them into thoughtful activities through local community service projects. Regional civic engagement can be life changing -- providing support and a sense of purpose, connection and contribution for young people. Meetings are held at the Molloy Suffolk Center, 7180 Republic Airport, off of Rte. 110 in East Farmingdale 11735. Call for more detailed information.NassauENERGEIA FOR TEENSMOLLOY COLLEGE
    ENGINEERING SUMMER CAMPOffers a one-week residential/nonresidential program which will introduce students to electrical engineering and also to computer programming. No background in programming, physics, or advanced mathematics is necessary. Students will investigate concepts in electricity and magnetism by building electromagnets, electromagnetic motors, and generating electricity. They will connect these concepts to larger applications in electrical engineering. The participants will begin to develop their skills in electronics by building some basic circuits and will advance to more complex electronics projects using breadboards and microprocessors. They will each receive a credit-card sized computer called a Raspberry Pi and will learn how to develop code with it. The course will culminate with a project interfacing the Raspberry Pi with electronics components. The students will be able to take home these projects. Throughout this program students will gain insight into how basic engineering concepts relate to the world around them. They will also learn about some of the current developments in the fields of electrical engineering and computer programming. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkENGINEERING SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE (ELI)Offers programs for students who English is not their native language, you may need specialized English coursework in order to achieve your academic and professional goals. NYIT's English Language Institute (ELI) can help. We offer every level of English instruction and will prepare you for your future. Our non-credit classes include: Reading, writing, listening comprehension, and speaking; Graduate-level English courses aligned to academic majors; Cultural and social activities; Small class sizes with no more than 18 students; Blended classes with technology-enabled and in-class learning and an English language learning portfolio to document your language development. Programs include: Intensive English: Are you looking to improve your academic and professional English? Are you interested in working toward being accepted into a degree program at NYIT? Join us for 15 weeks in the fall or spring or eight weeks in the summer to give yourself a competitive advantage. Business English Certificate: Are you already a professional who wishes to add to your English knowledge? Are your writing skills holding you back from excelling in your career? Join our Business English Certificate classes and become the professional you want to be! The New York/English Experience: Are you an international high school or university student looking to improve your English language skills? Combine up to six weeks of intensive coursework with experiences only found in New York. Explore the culture, commerce, food, and people of this world-class, one-of-a-kind city. Pathway Program: Are you looking to start academic studies, but don't yet have the required English proficiency? Our program is broken down into three levels based on your ability, so you can take a combination of English classes and technical electives that will give you the edge you need for your academic and professional career. Call for more detailed information.NassauENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE (ELI)NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
    ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION/ENRICHMENT PROGRAMSDaytime summer program at Sunken Meadow State Park during July and August for 1st to 8th grades. Recreational and enrichment programs for grades K-6 in local districts.SuffolkENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION/ENRICHMENT PROGRAMSSCOPE EDUCATION SERVICES
    EQUIVALENT ATTENDANCEProvides GED preparation, academic remediation, ESL, career and technical education, counseling and support services for out-of-school youth and teen parents under 21 years of age who are not currently enrolled in school. Students are self-referred or enrolled at district request. Monthly rosters are sent to district representative to confirm residency and for state reporting enrollment. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEQUIVALENT ATTENDANCEWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
    EVENING RECREATIONProvides Basketball, Volleyball, Chess, board games arts and crafts and PG rated movies at the JFK Middle School gymnasium. Call for more information.SuffolkEVENING RECREATIONCOMSEWOGUE YOUTH CLUB
    EXPLORATIONS IN FORENSICS CAMPOffers students who have completed 9th grade and not yet taken a formal Forensics course a Forensics Summer Camp. This program includes a variety of scientific disciplines including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Earth Science, and other applied sciences. It will explore the various disciplines that fall under the umbrella of Forensic Science. It will complement the students' science curriculum in high school and challenge them to think, investigate, and solve problems. This workshop can serve to help students to decide if they are interested in taking forensics in high school. The focus of the five days concentrates upon the development of skills and techniques that will be utilized to process a mock crime scene(s) as the culmination of a week full of hard work, learning, and fun. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkEXPLORATIONS IN FORENSICS CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    EXPLORER POST 410Offers a youth career oriented program endorsed by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. Provides assistance in crime prevention, programs, and traffic control and as aides to patrol officers. Offered to youth ages 14-21.SuffolkEXPLORER POST 410SUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
    FAMILY BEHAVIOR SUPPORTProvides counseling, recommendations and behavior support strategies for developmentally disabled individuals and their families. Services are provided in family houses, in the community and other locations.SuffolkFAMILY BEHAVIOR SUPPORTDEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES INSTITUTE
    FAMILY CENTERProvides family support services for families with emotionally distrubed children. Counselors take children out of home for recreational activities once a week for three hours. Also provides family support groups and case management. Call for further information.NassauFAMILY CENTERFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
    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
    FAMILY SERVICE CLINICProvides mental health services to Suffolk County residents. Modalities of treatment include individual, family, group and play therapies in addition to crisis intervention, medication therapy and diagnostic assessment.SuffolkFAMILY SERVICE CLINICSCO FAMILY OF SERVICES
    FAMILY TIES SIBLING DIAGNOSTIC AND GROUP HOMEOffers diagnostic and emergency placement for sibling groups removed from their homes or in the process of placement transition. The program can accommodate 12 children and offers a 24 hour professionally supervised environment. The program provides crisis and preventive respite services for youth and their siblings. Referrals must come from Nassau or Suffolk County Departments of Social Services as well as the Mental Health Crisis Respite Bed System.SuffolkFAMILY TIES SIBLING DIAGNOSTIC AND GROUP HOMEHOPE FOR YOUTH, INC.
    FAMILY TREATMENT CENTERProvides outpatient chemical dependency programs for all ages. Offers individual/group/family therapy, ongoing assessment, and specialty groups including: Parenting/Children's Workshops, psychoeducational, couples, significant others, two-tiered mandated groups, Early Recovery, DWI, trauma recovery and anger management. Also, offers an intensive adolescent track. Call for more information.FAMILY TREATMENT CENTERTHE ZUCKER HILLSIDE HOSPITAL
    FARMINGDALE BIG FRIENDS & OUTREACH PROGRAMSProvides Big Friends Mentoring Program to school children ages 8-12 years from a single parent home in the Farmingdale School District. Also provides an outreach worker to work on a mentoring basis with students targeting students who need help with study skill, scocial skills, or personal development. Call for information.NassauFARMINGDALE BIG FRIENDS & OUTREACH PROGRAMSFARMINGDALE YOUTH BOARD
    FARMINGVILLE MENTAL HEALTH CLINICProvides outpatient services which include individual, group and family therapy and medication management.SuffolkFARMINGVILLE MENTAL HEALTH CLINICSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF COMMUNITY MENTAL HYGIENE
    FAY J. LINDNER TRIAGE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES PROGRAMProvides emergency psychiatric assessment and intervention for children, youth (to age 24) and their families. Responds to critical incidents.NassauFAY J. LINDNER TRIAGE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES PROGRAMNORTH SHORE CHILD AND FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER
    FIELD TRIPS AND SPECIAL EVENTSOffers field trips and special events to youth enrolled in Center's programs. Trips/events include (but are not limited to) concerts, sports events, skating, horseback riding, amusement park visits, and comedy shows.NassauFIELD TRIPS AND SPECIAL EVENTSLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    FLAG FOOTBALL CAMPOffers a camp that is designed to create an atmosphere that encourages all players grades 3-9 to learn and develop fundamental Football skills in a non-contact environment. The program takes place on campus at Farmingdale State College utilizing the collegiate athletic facilities. Campers will learn techniques to help them excel such as passing, receiving, and footwork in addition to speed and agility work to help with their physical literacy. Offensive and Defensive principles will be addressed as campers continue to ‘learn the game’ and develop their understanding of team concepts and sportsmanship. Scrimmages will be up to 7v7 on a 30x60 yard field following typical ‘flag football’ rules. A balanced day of skills training, competitions and supplemental recreational activities ensures campers have a perfect blend of instruction and fun. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkFLAG FOOTBALL CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    FLORAL PARK YOUTH COUNCIL, INC.Provides educational and social activities for the youth (ages 5-15) of the Floral Park Bellerose School District. Services include: Teen Center (ages 12-up), Tween Center (ages 10-12), Jet Set (ages 6-9), homework help, peer tutoring and computer keyboarding, filing taxes program.NassauFLORAL PARK YOUTH COUNCIL, INC.FLORAL PARK YOUTH COUNCIL, INC.
    FOOTBALL CAMPProvides position specific instruction to master the basic fundamentals and proper techniques to athletes of all ability levels in an environment that is both fun and safe. Football camp is for Boys entering grades 3-10. A team of outstanding coaches cover all aspects of the game in drill and situational practices. Football Equipment is Required (Program is full contact). Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkFOOTBALL CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    FOOTBALL CAMPCamps offered include the Priore One Day at Stony Brook University which is open to any and all players entering 9th grade through 12th grade. It is our goal at the Chuck Priore Football Camp to improve a young man’s performance on the football field through quality individual instruction. Under the guidance of Head Coach Chuck Priore and the Seawolves Football Staff, each young man will learn sound football fundamentals. The camp features intensive fundamental instruction at every position, speed training, and allows these young men to display competitiveness and football ability. Note: All campers must have a filled out Health Form and Assumption of Risk Form in order to participate in either camp. Call for more detailed information regarding each camp.SuffolkFOOTBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    FOSTER CARE SERVICESPlaces children who are in the custody of the Commissioner of the Department of Social Services into family foster homes, group homes, licensed child care institutions, and provides for room and board, clothing, medical care and other special needs.SuffolkRONKONKOMA OFFICESUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    FUTURE NATION OF LEADERS-TWEENAGED AND TEENAGE WELLNESS PROGRAMDeveloping inner strength of the generational poverty stricken tweenaged and teenaged population-increasing the odds for success. Confidence building is the core of the curriculum-Wellness Model, Self-Perspective, Self-Discoveries, Outlook, Financial Literacy, Communication, Behavior Modification,Bullying, Personal Vision, Goals, Creating Success and Racism, Bringing understanding to the participants mind; ensuring he or she know their full potential, unleashing intelligence and positive energy-encouraging the greatest degree of success by self -empowerment; achievement. Participants will learn to utilize their inner strength to make positive decisions and choices-taking responsibility for their lives NOW Participants will learn motivation is the foundation to their success-mastering strategies and "tools" from the curriculum to become their own"cartographer". Program provided in a 12 week workshop series-interactive lecture; learning materials provided.SuffolkFUTURE NATION OF LEADERS-TWEENAGED AND TEENAGE WELLNESS PROGRAMTHE JOURNEY OF DIFFERENCE, INC.
    GAME ROOMOffers recreation to help young people make constructive and enjoyable use of their leisure time.NassauGAME ROOMLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    GATHERING PLACE PROSProvides a day program for Nassau County residents diagnosed with severe mental illness focusing on personalized recovery oriented services. Offers a broad array of services including rehabilitation and clinical treatment to help mental health consumers chose life rolls, develop skills, overcome barriers and acheive life goals.NassauGATHERING PLACE PROSMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.
    GENO FORD BASKETBALL CAMPOffers summer day camp basketball instruction for boys in grades 4-9. A second Elite Camp is offered to boys entering grades 8-12. The Geno Ford basketball camp offers the chance to learn the game the same way the stony brook men's basketball team learns each season. The stony brook program has a proven record of team success and individual improvement. Coach Ford has created a camp designed to develop players using the methods he has learned and developed in over 15 years of experience coaching at the highest level. Camp staff your instruction and development will come from a staff comprised of division i coaches and players as well as current and former professional basketball players. Members of the stony brook basketball team will serve as camp counselors. Call for more detailed information regarding dates and times.SuffolkGENO FORD BASKETBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    GIRL SCOUT EXPERIENCEGirl Scout Leadership Experience is a one-of-a-kind leadership development program for girls, with proven results. It is based on time-tested methods and research-backed programming that help girls take the lead-in their own lives and in the world. Call or visit website for additional information.NassauGIRL SCOUT EXPERIENCEGIRL SCOUTS OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.
    GIRL SCOUT TROOPSOffers girls ages 5-17 years old and residing in Suffolk County the opportunity to participate in girl scout troops. Troop levels include Daisy Girl Scouts, Brownie Girl Scouts, Junior Girl Scouts, Cadette Girl Scouts, Senior Girl Scouts and Ambassador Girl Scouts. Troop programs are educational and recreational based activities.SuffolkGIRL SCOUT TROOPSGIRL SCOUTS OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
    GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY CAMPThis one week camp emphasizes the fundamentals of the game such as passing, receiving, dribbling, and small game scrimmages. Students are required to provide their own shin guards, cleats, and mouthpiece. Two sessions available. Call for information.SuffolkGIRLS FIELD HOCKEY CAMPSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    GIRLS FLISupports growth, leadership, empowerment and philanthropy of Long Island young women, in grades 10-12. Two groups, one in Nassau and one in Suffolk, meet for leadership development sessions influenced by their own passions and personal experiences.NassauGIRLS FLIWOMEN'S FUND OF LONG ISLAND
    GLAMOUR GALSOffers opportunities for teen girls to develop relationships with the elderly in their community through ongoing complimentary facials and makeovers at local senior homes. Also offers a leadership training institute with interactive workshops and public speaking exercises. Call for information.SuffolkGLAMOUR GALSGLAMOUR GALS
    GLEN COVE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB AT LINCOLN HOUSEOffers youth employment services, after school homework help, tutorial services, computer education classes, social, recreational and physical education and cultural arts programs. Call for Club Hours.NassauGLEN COVE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB AT LINCOLN HOUSEGLEN COVE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB AT LINCOLN HOUSE
    GOLF CAMPOffers a program which is tailored to the individual abilities and needs of each camper, and is available for Boys & Girls entering grades 3-10. The emphasis will be on developing a solid fundamental swing that works for each camper, with proper practice habits reinforced to enhance performance. Additional recreational sports periods and waterpark activities supplement the daily golf instruction to give campers a balanced day of learning and fun. Young players are taught the fundamentals of the swing, including proper grip, body alignment, and posture. Advanced players work with instructors to develop a consistent repeating motion and to learn mental strategies to apply to the game of golf. Safety, rules of the game, etiquette and mental strategy are also part of the curriculum. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkGOLF CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    GOLF LESSONSOffers four weekly one-hour lessons for children ages 10 and up in the fundamentals of golf, conducted at Smithtown Landing Country Club. Provides all equipment. Call for schedules.SuffolkGOLF LESSONSSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    GRENVILLE BAKER BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBOffers programs for boys and girls in Education and Career Development, Sports, Fitness and Recreation. The Arts Character and Leadership Development and Health and Life Skills. Call for detailsNassauGRENVILLE BAKER BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBGRENVILLE BAKER BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
    GROUP HOME PROGRAMProvides group homes for adolescents who are unable to live at home. Teaches residents social behaviors and skills to assist them in living independently. Residences are located in Brooklyn and several Suffolk County towns.NassauGROUP HOME PROGRAMMERCYFIRST
    GYMNASTICS PROGRAMSOffers: Parent/Child Gymnastics program for children ages 2-3 1/2 with parent, Tots Gymnastics for 3 1/2-5 years old, and Munchkin Gymnastics for children ages 5-7 years old, each in four once-weekly sessions. Conducts age-appropriate activities. Also conducts Gymnastics Camp for 8-18 years old at all levels of experience. Provides instruction in all phases of gymnastics. Operates four camp sessions, each two weeks long, Monday through Thursday. Call for more information.SuffolkGYMNASTICS PROGRAMSSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    HAMPTON BAYS LITTLE LEAGUEFosters growth and development of youth through organized practices and games in the sports of baseball and softball in Hampton Bays Fire District. Call for additional information.SuffolkHAMPTON BAYS LITTLE LEAGUEHAMPTON BAYS LITTLE LEAGUE
    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
    HARRY B. THOMPSON MIDDLE SCHOOL MENTORING PROGRAMPairs middle school students with caring adult mentors who offer friendship and serve as positive role models. Requests volunteer mentors (typically school staff) to commit for one year.NassauHARRY B. THOMPSON MIDDLE SCHOOL MENTORING PROGRAMSYOSSET CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
    HIGH SCHOOL BREAST HEALTH PROGRAMProvides a 40 minute interactive lesson for high school students focusing on lifestyle changes to reduce risks for breast cancer and introduces students to methods of early detection. Call for more information.SuffolkHIGH SCHOOL BREAST HEALTH PROGRAMMAURER FOUNDATION FOR BREAST HEALTH EDUCATION
    HIV PREVENTION SERVICESA High-Risk Youth program offering HIV education, counseling and testing. Medical and psychosocial care for HIV-positive youth is coordinated with the Allergy/Immunology Division.NassauHIV PREVENTION SERVICES COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL CAMPOffers a camp that is geared toward campers entering grades 2-12. We are dedicated to providing intensive instruction that is essential to the development of the young softball player, whether at the beginner or advanced level. Campers will be grouped by grade and level of skill. Campers can expect a complete, competitive softball camp experience under the direction of world-class coaches and players. Several skill areas will be taught, including hitting, fielding, base-running and team play. Girls will be given the opportunity to play softball daily, gain self-confidence, work hard and make new friends. By the end of the session, players will have received valuable knowledge of the game of softball and will have thoroughly enjoyed themselves in the process. Each player should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts and sneakers/cleats. Each player must bring their own marked glove and water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information.NassauHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    HOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICESMedicaid Waiver program for emotionally handicapped children and adolescents 5-18 years. Designed to avoid placement in a residential psychiatric facility or a psychiatric hospital. Services include Intensive Care coordination, family support, skill building, respite care, parent training and crisis response. Call for further information.NassauHOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICESFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
    HOPE AND HEALING CENTERProvides assessment and age appropriate support group placement for children and young adults and for adults experiencing grief and loss. Also offers crisis intervention and counseling. Bereavement services available to the community. Call for an appointment. Alternate location: Suffolk Family Bereavement Center, 14 Shore Lane, Bay Shore.NassauHOPE AND HEALING CENTERNORTHWELL HEALTH - HOSPICE CARE NETWORK-WOODBURY
    HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONSProvides beginning and intermediate riding lessons for children ages 6 thru adult. Program consists of six one hour classes. Call for information.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    HUNTINGTON TRI-VILLAGE LITTLE LEAGUEOffers baseball for ages 5-18, and softball for ages 7-14. Consists of spring, summer and fall sessions for training and development. Call or vist the website for additional information.SuffolkHUNTINGTON TRI-VILLAGE LITTLE LEAGUEHUNTINGTON TRI-VILLAGE LITTLE LEAGUE
    IACS COMPUTES!Offering a 10-day programming workshop for high school students who will be juniors or seniors in the fall. Students must be 15 years old or older by the time of the camp. This hands-on camp introduces students to the programming skills and software/computer technologies that drive advances in science, industry, business and society. Starting with no assumed prior knowledge of programming, the camp introduces programming using the Python language and emphasizes development of algorithmic thinking and problem solving. From faculty and graduate students, participants will learn about using big-data analytics and high-performance computing to solve problems in science and engineering, and will then participate in team projects motivated by these same research challenges. By the end of the camp, students will have sufficient programming skills and awareness of the field to pursue further independent study and to inform future choices for education and careers. Ideally students will use their own laptops (Macs, PCs or Linux are acceptable; a few are available for loan) so they can continue to use the camp's open-source software programming environment and tools. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkIACS COMPUTES!STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    INFANT/CHILD CPR CLASSESOffers adults and adolescents (12 years and older) instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation of infants and children. Offered through Family Education Program. Call to register.SuffolkINFANT/CHILD CPR CLASSESST. CHARLES HOSPITAL
    INPATIENT SERVICESProvides intermediate length inpatient psychiatric hospitalization for children age 12 to 17. Offers evaluation and treatment by a multi-disciplinary team providing a range of therapeutic services including (but not limited to) individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, art therapy, recreation therapy, special education programs, psychiatric nursing, milieu therapy, and medication and health services.SuffolkINPATIENT SERVICESSAGAMORE CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRIC CENTER
    IN SCHOOL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAMProvides school-based workshops for elementary, middle, and high schools to teach youth about violence and abuse prevention strategies with age/grade-level appropriate curricula.SuffolkIN SCHOOL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAMTHE RETREAT, INC.
    INTENSIVE SKILLS PROGRAM (ISP)Prepares students with special needs for employment or for participation in regular career education courses. Providing a smaller class size (15:1:1) and a more individualized approach with psychological support, the ISP emphasizes the personal skills and characteristics necessary for successful employment, including personal initiative, positive attitude, cooperation, dependability, punctuality, and a good attendance record. Upon completion of high school, ISP students are expected to be capable of employment or able to continue career training and complete the CDOS credential requirements. The career courses that students may select are: Animal Care Skills; Animation and Digital Media Skills; Auto Skills; Child Care Skills; Computer Game Design and Programming Skills; Construction Trades Skills; Culinary Arts Skills; Health Care Skills; Horse Science and Management Skills; Office Assistant Skills and Retail Skills. Call for more detailed information.NassauINTENSIVE SKILLS PROGRAM (ISP)NASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
    INTERIM ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMOffers a program that serves non-disabled and disabled students in middle school and high school who require highly structured services in an alternative setting. The educational environment parallels that of the JEA Alternative School. It is for non-classified students who are on long-term, out of school suspension as a result of a Superintendent's Hearing and classified students who need an Interim Alternative Educational Program as described in 201.7 of the Commissioner's Regulations. Placements may extend beyond the minimum of 45 days. This highly individualized, academic program includes Regents-level instruction. School-based counseling, behavioral management training, substance abuse treatment and court probationary services as well as support services from psychologists and social workers are also available. This full-day program is housed in a self-contained location at the JEA Alternative School in Wheatley Heights. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkINTERIM ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
    INTERNSHIP PROGRAMProvides internship opportunities for recent high school graduates and college students interested in a variety of court related fields. Offers interns chance to work with a judge and staff on a variety of assignments including legal research, writing, administrative/clerical work.NassauINTERNSHIP PROGRAMNEW YORK STATE SUPREME COURT-MINEOLA
    INTERNSHIPSOffers paid summer internship in Retail Advertising you will be responsible for selling and servicing new and existing accounts within specific sales territories. Ideally you will possess innovative problem solving skills, strong organizational/time management skills and excellent interpersonal/presentation skills. You must have a clean/valid NYS driver's license with a registered vehicle for use throughout the internship. Call for further information.SuffolkINTERNSHIPSNEWSDAY
    ISLANDIA 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.SuffolkISLANDIA OFFICEBIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF LONG ISLAND
    I-STEM BIOTECHNOLOGY SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAMOffers students a summer residential/nonresidential laboratory program whose goal in this program is to introduce motivated high school students to the techniques used in modern biotechnology research. The students will begin by learning concepts and techniques as a class but will quickly move to working in small groups or with a partner. We will use lectures by university faculty, library research and model systems such as bacteria, yeast, Euglena, C. elegans and Dictyostelium, to help the students choose and explore topic areas that interest them. Students working in groups will use the information and techniques to develop and test a hypothesis using one of the model systems. The students will present their work to their classmates at the end of the session. A background in biology is required and chemistry is suggested. The students will have the opportunity to live in dormitories on the Stony Brook campus. Residential staff is available at all times. 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. 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. During their stay, students are afforded the opportunity to learn about areas of scientific research from the Stony Brook faculty. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkI-STEM BIOTECHNOLOGY SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    IVY LEAGUE CAMPProvides summer camp experience for children ages 18 months -15.SuffolkIVY LEAGUE CAMPIVY LEAGUE SCHOOL/CAMP
    JEA ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLProgram serves disabled students, ages 11 through 21, who require highly intensive management needs due to conduct disorders. The program provides ongoing educational instruction that incorporates the Common Core Learning Standards to students requiring option IIIA services. The services of a consulting psychiatrist are available for those conduct disordered students who also have psychiatric needs. In addition, strong emphasis is placed upon remedial instruction, vocational training and having each student's parents and family become part of the treatment. An after-school program is offered for students who are unable to attend a normal full-day school due to the students' disability(ies). This option is also suitable for students who are employed during the school day and who require after-school educational programming to complete their high school studies. Related services, support services and psychiatric consultation services are also offered for students who require these specialized services. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkJEA ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
    JOB DEVELOPMENT SERVICESProvides on-the-job training in warehouse skills technology for at risk individuals at Long Island Cares Food Bank. Basic vocational skills, job search, and job placement assistance included.SuffolkJOB DEVELOPMENT SERVICESLONG ISLAND CARES, INC., THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK
    JOE MIHALICH ELITE BOYS BASKETBALL CAMPOffers a boys basketball camp that is geared toward players entering grades 2-12 who desire training experience in all facets of basketball. At Hofstra’s popular Boys Basketball camps, our goal is for all participants to improve and reach their maximum potential. We provide individual coaching and group instruction as wells as 5-on-5 games and supervised competition. Campers are taught techniques and philosophies utilized by college and professional coaches and players. Campers are grouped according to age, skill level and experience. Your son will enhance his understanding of teamwork and competitive spirit, while upping his athletic ability and good sportsmanship. Hofstra University Boys Basketball Camp utilizes the University’s state-of-the-art, air-conditioned basketball arena; indoor and outdoor basketball courts; premiere dining facilities; an indoor, heated, Olympic-sized swimming pool; and a fully equipped infirmary staffed by registered nurses. Call for more detailed information.NassauJOE MIHALICH ELITE BOYS BASKETBALL CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF NEW YORK, INC.Brings business people into the classroom to expose children grades K-12 to business and economic concepts. Provides volunteers to teach prepared curriculum in classroom. Provides lesson plans and materials. Variety of programs for elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools.NassauJUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF NEW YORK, INC.JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF NEW YORK, INC.
    JUNIOR AMBASSADORSOffers a ten-week leadership training program for youth ages 13-18. Meets monthly for workshops and special planning. Services available in Spanish. Call for further information.NassauJUNIOR AMBASSADORSCHOICE FOR ALL, INC.
    JUVENILE FIRESETTER INTERVENTION PROGRAMProvides screening and evaluation of children who have been involved in firesetting behaviors. Offers intervention services to children and their families including counseling and fire safety education.SuffolkJUVENILE FIRESETTER INTERVENTION PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF FIRE, RESCUE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
    JUVENILE JUSTICE INITIATIVEProvides at risk youth who are entering or returning from residential or detention settings or are at risk of Juvenile Justice involvement, with a link to community based agencies in or close proximity to their communities. Agencies provide access to individual/family counseling and case management services.NassauJUVENILE JUSTICE INITIATIVENASSAU COUNTY YOUTH BOARD
    KELLY OLSEN DANCE AND KICKLINE ACADEMYOffers a camp that is structured to meet the needs of dancers who desire exposure to a variety of dance styles, including jazz, hip-hop and kick, with an emphasis on style, technical execution, flexibility, jumps, turns and performance. All dancers are evaluated by the staff and assigned to a level based on experience and skill. Instructors work hard to meet each camper’s individual needs. Teams are also welcome, as it is a great opportunity to work on routine building for the upcoming season. The camp utilizes the University’s state-of-the-art, air-conditioned facilities. Each camper should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts, and flat-soled sneakers. Dancers must bring their own water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information.NassauKELLY OLSEN DANCE AND KICKLINE ACADEMYHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    KIDS FOR KIDS PRODUCTIONSNon-profit children's theater offering voice and acting workshops for children 4-18.SuffolkKIDS FOR KIDS PRODUCTIONSKIDS FOR KIDS PRODUCTIONS
    KRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPOffers a program geared toward those girls entering grades 2 through 12 who desire a training experience in all facets of basketball. A focus is on the fundamentals and our campers have fun focusing on it! In fact, basketball fundamentals are taught, demonstrated and drilled every day. Your child will receive expert instruction in shooting techniques, dribbling, passing, agilities, rebounding, footwork, fundamental stations and so much more. We provide individual coaching and group instruction as wells as 5-on-5 games and supervised competition. Campers are grouped according to their level of ability and every child is encouraged to excel and reach her maximum potential. For our Girls Basketball Camps, the Hofstra University Women’s Basketball team will demonstrate techniques and help develop campers’ individual and team skills in a fun, supportive and positive environment. We encourage all participants to become better basketball players by improving fundamental skills and learning what it takes to be reach next level. Girls Basketball Camp utilizes the university’s state-of-the-art, air-conditioned David S. Mack Sports Complex basketball arena indoor and outdoor basketball courts, premiere dining facilities, indoor heated Olympic-sized swimming pool, and fully equipped infirmary staffed by registered nurses. With expert instruction and a motivating, positive learning environment, Hofstra Summer Camps provide the ultimate opportunity for learning skills and gaining confidence while having fun and making friends. Call for more detailed information.NassauKRISTA KILBURN-STEVESKEY GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    LACROSSE CAMPDesigned for players of all abilities to improve their skills in an instructional and positive atmosphere. Our highly qualified staff of professional coaches will focus on improving the fundamental skills for each camper covering individual and team skills and concepts. Each day will include game-like situations to develop a great understanding of team-play and tactics, with campers grouped by age and skill level. Note: Campers are required to provide their own lacrosse equipment. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkLACROSSE CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    LACROSSE CAMPProvides two two-week camps for boys (choose one or both) and two one-week camp for girls (choose one or both), all offering instruction and scrimmages. Girls' camp emphasizes fundamentals. Requires all campers to provide their own sticks and gloves.SuffolkLACROSSE CAMPSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    LAKE GROVE-NEWFIELD SOCCER CLUB, INC.Offers youngsters opportunities to play soccer in a league that focuses on learning requisite skills and team work while promoting the enjoyment of the game. Intramural, interleague and travel teams are available. Open enrollment is available for the league's yearly two outdoor and limited winter indoor seasons. An intramural program is available for players ages 4 through 19. Call for more information.SuffolkLAKE GROVE-NEWFIELD SOCCER CLUB, INC.LAKE GROVE-NEWFIELD SOCCER CLUB, INC.
    LAW RELATED EDUCATIONOffers Law related education programs. The first is the Mock Trial. This program is for elementary and middle school students. Each district will receive a full trial with instruction or procedures and scoring and preparing students. The trial is an adaption of trials prepared by the New York State Bar foundation for the annual statewide High School competition. Each district will prepare both the plaintiff and defense sides of the case. Two training sessions will be available to teachers who prepare the teams. The program culminates in a one-day Mock Trial tournament in the spring. The Second program is the Forensics CSI Challenge. This hands-on “mock murder” competition provides high school students with the unique opportunity to conduct a full-scale investigation of a fictional crime. Student teams receive a fictional murder-mystery scenario riddled with subtle clues and then a simulated crime scene containing real physical evidence (i.e., fingerprints, hair and fibers, documents). The last program is Law Related Education Special Services and Conferences. These educational programs are provided regarding the place of law in society and the interrelationship of government, courts and police. This service includes customized in-school and field trip programs provided by staff and consultants. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkLAW RELATED EDUCATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES
    LEARNING INSTITUTEOffers the Learning Institute thru the Hofstra University Summer Camps program. At Hofstra University Summer Learning Programs, kids are inspired to be creative and reach their academic potential. With a wide range of programs to meet the varied interests and educational needs of students, our acclaimed Summer Learning Programs provide quality and fun-filled summer camp experiences that enable campers to develop personally and socially, learning teamwork and building self-esteem through interaction with fellow campers. Campers can choose from a number of unforgettable Learning Institute Camps (and Specialty Camps), and can participate for two, four, or seven weeks. Campers spend one-half of each day participating in their area of specialization and the other half in planned recreational activities, including instructional swimming in our Olympic-sized pool. Campers can choose: 3D Printing and Animation; Costume Design Tech; Fashion Design Runway; Gifted Camp; Math Skills; Motion Capture Animation; Pokémon STEAM Club; REACH Program; REACH Program for Teens; Reading and Writing Learning Clinic; Roblox & Minecraft Creators Club; Robotics; Super Hero Academy; STEM Coding Programs; STEM Earthquakes and Structures; Video Game Design Foundations; Advanced Game Design; Video Game Design Professionals; Virtual Painting and Digital Arts and YouTube Studio. Call for more detailed information regarding tuition and dates.NassauLEARNING INSTITUTEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    LEARNING THROUGH INVOLVEMENT PROGRAMOffers athletes opportunity to participate in bowling, do volunteer work, and participate in tutorial programs and academic clubs. Aims to give students life experience through contributing to the community. Adult volunteers provide mentoring and/or job related experiences to participating athletes.NassauLEARNING THROUGH INVOLVEMENT PROGRAMHEMPSTEAD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
    LEISURE TIME/EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENT PROGRAMSOffers recreational activities for youth, ages 6-20. Activities include movies, workshops, and socializing opportunities. Also offers homework help after school. Field trips include ice skating, roller skating, sports events, and New York City Cultural events. Call for further information.NassauYOUTH BUREAUCITY OF GLEN COVE
    LEISURE TIME PROGRAMProvides recreational alternatives for youth, primarily in the summer. Activities encourage self esteem and socialization and positive choices for youth. Schedule established each summer. Program hours vary.NassauLEISURE TIME PROGRAMYES COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTER
    LEVITTOWN LOCATIONProvides individual, family, group counseling, outpatient alcohol/drug treatment services, and parenting programs.NassauLEVITTOWN LOCATIONYES COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTER
    LITERACY AND LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTEROffers individual instruction in reading and writing-literacy as well as evaluations for children in grades 2 through 6 and high school students for SAT/Writing help. Instruction given by graduate students working towards masters' degrees in reading or special education, and supervised by college faculty. Call for additional information and to register.SuffolkLITERACY AND LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTERLONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY-BRENTWOOD CAMPUS
    LITERACY PEERSEmploys services of 13-20 year olds to deliver literacy and education activities to After School Program participants ages 5-11 year olds.NassauLITERACY PEERSLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    LITERACY PROGRAMCollaborates with Literacy Suffolk, Inc. to offer services of trained literacy volunteers. Provides help with reading/writing skills and English as a second language (ESOL). Offers support services for tutors, clients. Conducts interviews with clients, tutors prior to inclusion in program. Call for information/appointment.SuffolkLITERACY PROGRAMMASTICS-MORICHES-SHIRLEY COMMUNITY LIBRARY
    LITTLE LEAGUE OF THE ISLIPSFosters growth and development of youth through organized practices and games in the sports of baseball and softball in the Islips and its surrounding communities. Call or visit the website for additional information.SuffolkLITTLE LEAGUE OF THE ISLIPSLITTLE LEAGUE OF THE ISLIPS
    LITTLE VILLAGE HOUSEProvides an intermediate care facility (ICF) for developmentally disabled children, Autistic young adults, and adolescents requiring full time supervision.NassauLITTLE VILLAGE HOUSELITTLE VILLAGE HOUSE
    LONG ISLAND BACK TO BASICS BASKETBALL CAMPSummer camp for students in 1st-10th grade to play, have fun, learn and improve in the game to basketball. Call for more information.SuffolkLONG ISLAND BACK TO BASICS BASKETBALL CAMPLONG ISLAND BACK TO BASICS BASKETBALL CAMP
    LONG ISLAND CHESS NUTS ASSOCIATIONPromotes the educational and positive benefits of chess to children and adults through programs, tournaments and classes throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Call for additional information.NassauLONG ISLAND CHESS NUTS ASSOCIATIONLONG ISLAND CHESS NUTS ASSOCIATION
    LONG ISLAND CULTURE HISTORY LAB AND MUSEUMProvides an archaeology field school for elementary to high school students and native life (Hoyt Farm Park) and colonial life (Blydenburgh County Park) full day museum programs.SuffolkLONG ISLAND CULTURE HISTORY LAB AND MUSEUMSUFFOLK COUNTY ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
    LONG ISLAND GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE NETWORKProvides training, education, support, and networking to students and staff at Long Island High Schools who wish to establish a gay-straight alliance (GSA). Alliances provide a safe place for gay and non-gay students and increase awareness of the various challenges facing gay and lesbian students. Call for information.SuffolkLONG ISLAND GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE NETWORKTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    LONG ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTSFor forty-five years, LIHSA has been a powerhouse for the development of Long Island’s creative and cultural sector, challenging current thinking and practice and producing graduates who will be innovators and leaders. Our alumni are working all over the world on stage, on screen, behind the scenes and leading major events and organizations. LIHSA students come from over 60 public school districts across Nassau and Suffolk counties. To work with other artists on a campus designed for the teaching of the arts, is an unusual and remarkable way to study. In addition to the planned programs, the nature of study at the Long Island High School for the Arts develops from the character of the individuals, the chemistry of the group and the singularity of the environment. LIHSA offers programs in Theatre, Dance, Music, Special Effects, Digital Media, Fine Arts and Film. Whether you're a seasoned performer or a budding composer, we have a space that is designed for you. LIHSA’s facilities are an essential part of the education and training. Our 4 acre plus campus consists of three buildings, totaling close to 40,000 square feet of space, created expressly for the purpose of training professional artists. The Rosalind Joel Conservatory for Music and Theatre is home to The Seymour Weiner Theatre, a well equipped 350 seat space venue, two black box theaters, a digital recording studio, music classrooms, rehearsal rooms, teaching spaces, a workshop space dedicated to scenery, properties and costume creation. Two other buildings house multimedia, dance and fine arts studios. Entrance to LIHSA is based on talent, potential and ability. We are looking for students who display outstanding dedication and ambition for the performing and production arts. If you believe you meet these criteria, we encourage you to apply. Our admissions processes are designed to be fair, transparent and efficient. The audition/interview approach serves the dual purpose of allowing the panel to assess at first-hand your suitability for your chosen program and it also affords you the opportunity to gain a deeper insight into the nature of that program and the opportunities that LIHSA offers. We are looking for students who display outstanding dedication and ambition for the performing and production arts. In addition you can rent LIHSA to Plan your own event. You can rent the Seymour Weiner Theatre. Contact Barbara DelMonaco at bdelmonaco@nasboces.org to inquire about availability today. Call for more detailed information regarding the LIHSA.NassauLONG ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTSNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
    LONG ISLAND LIGHTNING JUNIOR WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL TEAMOffers physically challenged participants a competitive co-ed wheelchair basketball travel team experience that seeks to provide physical conditioning, sportsmanship, teamwork, and the knowledge that the players hard work will equal their own success. Provides exposure to collegiate wheelchair programs and stresses that a college education leads to gainful employment. Seeks to create the competitive spirit in its players that will serve them both on the court and throughout their lives. Call for further information.NassauLONG ISLAND LIGHTNING JUNIOR WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL TEAMGREATER LONG ISLAND WHEELCHAIR ATHLETIC CLUB, INC.
    LONG ISLAND YOUTH FOR CHRISTProvides the Christian message of hope, forgiveness and love to teenagers from all denominations and backgrounds. LIYFC trains and motivates young people to be leaders and positive examples among their peers. Mobilizes church youth to service projects and individual acts of caring and love. Serves all of Long Island. Newsletter and Agency Brochure available.SuffolkLONG ISLAND YOUTH FOR CHRISTLONG ISLAND YOUTH FOR CHRIST
    LONGWOOD YOUTH THEATER EXPERIENCEServes as a community supported activity designed to offer an education-based acting environment to youth grades 2 through 12. Focus on improving interactive skills through theater. Organizes fundraisers for tuition.SuffolkLONGWOOD YOUTH THEATER EXPERIENCELONGWOOD YOUTH THEATER EXPERIENCE
    LOUNGE PROGRAMProvides a drop-in lounge, trips, organized sports and cultural enrichment activities for the 10-20 year old youth who are Hicksville and surrounding area residents.NassauLOUNGE PROGRAMHICKSVILLE TEENAGE COUNCIL, INC.
    LUPUS KIDS AND TEENS E-MAIL GROUPProvides children and teens diagnosed with Lupus the opportunity to communicate with each other via e-mail. Allows participants opportunities to discuss issues that affect their daily lives including the emotional ramifications of Lupus. E-Mails are monitored for content.NassauLUPUS KIDS AND TEENS E-MAIL GROUPLUPUS ALLIANCE OF AMERICA-LONG ISLAND/QUEENS AFFILIATE
    LYSOMAL STORAGE DISEASE CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTSProvides comprehensive treatment for patients of all ages with Lysomal Storage Diseases, such as Gaucher Disease, Pompe Disease, Fabry Disease, and Mucopolysaccharide Storage Diseases. Provides all the components of care for patients and their families from initial consultation, testing and diagnosis to follow-up and treatment as well as genetic counseling, carrier screening and prenatal diagnosis.NassauLYSOMAL STORAGE DISEASE CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    MADONNA HEIGHTS GROUP RESIDENCEProvides diagnostic services, special education, small therapeutic group living, individual, family, group therapy, and recreational therapy. Allows long-term placement in main facility for girls 12 to 17 years.SuffolkMADONNA HEIGHTS GROUP RESIDENCESCO FAMILY OF SERVICES
    MADONNA HEIGHTS RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITYProvides long-term mental health treatment under the supervision of a physician, and 24 hour therapeutic treatment which includes services of psychiatry, social work, psychology, nursing, recreation therapy, child care, and education. This cottage program provides treatment for 14 girls ages 12-17.SuffolkMADONNA HEIGHTS RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITYSCO FAMILY OF SERVICES
    MADONNA HEIGHTS SCHOOLOffers fully certified Jr/Sr High School with 6:1:2, 8:1:2, and 8:1:1 ratio. Students can be resident on the Madonna Heights campus or attend day school. Targets girls grades 7 -12 who are emotionally handicapped and/or learning disabled.SuffolkMADONNA HEIGHTS SCHOOLSCO FAMILY OF SERVICES
    MAGIC CAMPOffers an exciting program where campers will learn amazing feats of magic and illusion. Designed for boys and girls entering grades 3-9, the camp is very interactive and hands-on with campers encouraged to explore and be creative. Through-out the week, campers will learn some of the “tricks of the trade”, as well as gaining exposure to some of the history of magic from our expert staff. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkMAGIC CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    MARINE STUDIES INSTITUTEOffers a 2-week intensive summer camp that focuses on the marine ecosystems of Long Island. Through fieldwork and lab investigations, students examine the non-living and the living aspects of north and south shore environments. Topics such as human impact, ecological interactions such as food webs and biological community structure, and the scientific method are explored through hands-on activities. MSI is offered to students attending 7th grade in the fall, and takes place during July or August. This program is offered free of charge through a partnership with New York Institute of Technology. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMARINE STUDIES INSTITUTEWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES
    MASTIC RECREATION CENTERTown offers a variety of activities such as art classes, quilting and ceramic classes. (YMCA offers teen programs.) Facility available evenings and Saturdays for non-profit community groups on a permit basis and for parties, weddings, etc., and non-profit fundraising. Activities and class schedules vary. Call for information/schedule/fees.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    MATHEMATICS SUMMER CAMPOffers a 2-week residential/non-residential program designed for students who will be entering their junior or senior year in high school and have an interest in enriching their mathematics education. During the two-week program students will explore several branches of mathematics, including: Knot Theory; Number Theory; The mathematics of puzzles and games; Cryptography; how public-key cryptography works and how to create your own codes; Cryptography - An introduction to the mathematics of finance and Statistics for the Biological Sciences. In addition students will learn to use MAPLE, an invaluable tool for anyone who is interested in studying Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, or Economics at the college level or beyond. The students will live in dormitories on the Stony Brook campus, residential staff is available at all times. 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. 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. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkMATHEMATICS SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    MAXINE MANARA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMProvides scholarship grants, minimum of $500 for anyone with lupus or any minor whose parent has lupus. Call for more information.NassauMAXINE MANARA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMLUPUS ALLIANCE OF AMERICA-LONG ISLAND/QUEENS AFFILIATE
    MEN'S SOCCER CAMPS/CLINICSOffers three soccer camps. First the Ryan Anatol Soccer Academy Skills Development Camp which is designed to provide the right building blocks necessary to be a successful soccer player. This camp is open to campers ages 5-15. Next offered is the Advanced Goalkeeper and Goal Scoring School. This program is focused on providing an environment where advanced goalkeepers and field players can develop and grow in their position and ultimately make a bigger impact in competitive games. This camp is offered to campers ages 14-18. Also offered is the Elite College Prospect ID Camp. The Elite College Prospect Camp, provides a highly-competitive atmosphere for the serious soccer player with a desire of playing collegiate soccer. It also provides a great opportunity to be evaluated by collegiate coaches and will assist with the future development of Elite Club, HS & JUCO Players. This camp is for players ages 14-18. Call for more detailed information regarding each camp.SuffolkMEN'S SOCCER CAMPS/CLINICSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    MENTORING PROGRAMProvides caring adult mentors who offer friendship and positive role models. Offers some tutoring but focuses on one-to-one friendships. Participants engage in small group activities weekly.NassauMENTORING PROGRAMHICKSVILLE TEENAGE COUNCIL, INC.
    MENTORING PROGRAMOffers children in need the friendship and guidance of caring adult volunteers. Provides academic tutoring, athletics programs, arts and crafts, and vocational instruction. Requests adult volunteer commit for at least four hours per month, weekly or bi-weekly.NassauMENTORING PROGRAMMERCYFIRST
    MENTORING PROGRAMPairs girls ages 12-17 who are residents of Madonna Heights Group Residence and Residential Treatment Facility with caring adult mentors who provide guidance and friendship. Offers recreational, vocational, academic and independent living skills activities. Arranges on-site visits for mentors and mentees initially and later off-campus time if desired. Requires volunteers to commit for one hour weekly for one year.SuffolkMENTORING PROGRAMSCO FAMILY OF SERVICES
    MENTORS AND MENTEES-MANHASSET HIGH SCHOOLProvides joint school-community service providing school-age children with positive role models. Offers children academic support, positive experiences, and non-judgemental friendship of caring adult. Requires volunteer mentors to commit to one to one and a half hours weekly for one year.NassauMENTORS AND MENTEES-MANHASSET HIGH SCHOOLMANHASSET UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
    MENTORS AND MENTEES-MUNSEY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOLProvides joint school-community service providing school-age children with positive role models. Offers children academic support, positive experiences, and non-judgemental friendship of caring adult. Requires volunteer mentors to commit to one to one and a half hours weekly for one year.NassauMENTORS AND MENTEES-MUNSEY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOLMANHASSET UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
    MIDDLE COUNTRY BASEBALLProvides a baseball league for all Middle Country youth from 4 to 18 years of age. Call for more information.SuffolkMIDDLE COUNTRY BASEBALLMIDDLE COUNTRY YOUTH ASSOCIATION
    MIDDLE COUNTRY CHILDREN'S SOCCEROffers several programs for children of various ages and skill levels. Call for more information.SuffolkMIDDLE COUNTRY CHILDREN'S SOCCERMIDDLE COUNTRY CHILDREN'S SOCCER
    MOBILE CRISIS PROGRAMProvides on-site evaluation and crisis intervention for all residents of Nassau County.NassauMOBILE CRISIS PROGRAMSOUTH SHORE CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER, INC.
    MOTHER-BABY GROUP HOMEProvides a residence for young mothers and their infants/toddlers. Offers educational and vocational programs designed to foster independent community living. Provides day care for children while mothers are in school and work.NassauMOTHER-BABY GROUP HOMEMERCYFIRST
    MULTI-SPORTS CAMPOffers a multi-sport program which is designed to be the perfect blend of sports, recreational games, and camaraderie with campers entering grades 3-10 participating in a multitude of exciting, fun-filled games. The curriculum is designed to be fun and instructional, and includes age appropriate skill building activities. Campers learn all the fundamentals with which to build a solid sports foundation. They are taught proper technique, strategy, and sportsmanship with the same philosophy that has been the Future Stars trademark for over 30 years. Directors and coaches are experienced and certified sports instructors with the vast majority employed year-round in the Physical Education field. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkMULTI-SPORTS CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    NASSAU DAY CAMPOffers regular day camp activities, including field trips and swimming instruction. Serves Nassau County. Camp provides insurance. Lunch and snack are available. Camp located at several Nassau locations. Call or visit website for more information.NassauNASSAU DAY CAMPYOUNG PEOPLE'S DAY CAMP
    NASSAU/SUFFOLK HEROIN AND OPIOID PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION PROGRAMOffers strategies for dealing with heroin and opioid abuse, recovery and healing strategies; also treating cocaine, alcohol, amphetamine, methamphetamine psychotropic, psychoactive, cannabis, and other prescribed medication abuse. Building inner strength, self-exploration, identifying triggers and reward behavior, accountability, individual plan of action, thought processing skills, goal setting, coping mechanisms, workforce and career development; financial literacy and life skills management. Addiction recovery/healing offered through-group sessions, 1 on 1 coaching, workshops, lectures, seminars and emergency call coaching.SuffolkNASSAU/SUFFOLK HEROIN AND OPIOID PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION PROGRAMTHE JOURNEY OF DIFFERENCE, INC.
    NATIONAL PEDIATRIC MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CENTER AT STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTERAdvances the recognition, evaluation, and treatment of pediatric Multiple Sclerosis through the creation of a multidisciplinary program dedicated to clinical care and scientific research of children and adolescents with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Improves the diagnosis and treatment of MS in the pediatric age group and better defines the emotional, clinical, and neurological complications of the disorder.SuffolkNATIONAL PEDIATRIC MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CENTER AT STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTERSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    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
    NESCONSET ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONFosters growth and development of youth through organized practices and games in the sports of baseball and softball in Nesconset and its surrounding communities. Call or visit website for additional information.SuffolkNESCONSET ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONNESCONSET ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
    NEUROPSYCHOLOGY SERVICEProvides comprehensive intellectual/cognitive and neuropsychological evaluations aimed at clarifying diagnoses. Offers recommendations for remedial procedures/services. Offers assessments only, not treatment.NassauNEUROPSYCHOLOGY SERVICE COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    NEW YORK BASEBALL ACADEMYOffers a baseball camp that is structured to meet the needs of players ages 4-18, who desire a baseball training experience based on the teaching of sound fundamentals. Hofstra Summer Camps is excited to partner with New York Baseball Academy, which has provided the top baseball instructional programs on the East Coast. Players will take full advantage of Hofstra’s beautiful 240-acre campus, including the recently updated turf baseball field and the spacious indoor practice bubble. Players ages 7 through 18 can choose just one week, or up to 6 weeks of ability level instruction. Players ages 4-6 can select our Little Tots program. Call for detailed information.NassauNEW YORK BASEBALL ACADEMYHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    NEW YORK COURTS COMMUNITY OUTREACH INITIATIVEProvides a series of programs designed to enhance the public's knowledge of and confidence in the New York Court System. Outreach services are provided to foster partnerships between the courts and local governments, community and civic groups, schools and the legal profession. Programs and events include: Court Tours and Speakers Bureau, Justice for Seniors, Media seminars, Domestic Violence Awareness, Careers Day, NYS Fair, Court Open House Day, Juror Appreciation Week, and National Jury Summit. Services include classroom visits, educational videos, court user brochures and mentoring. Representatives go into schools to provide workshops on topics such as drug court, careers, court jurisdiction and structure. Initiatives to continue beyond 2000 include tours of facilities, mentoring programs and workshops.SuffolkNEW YORK COURTS COMMUNITY OUTREACH INITIATIVENEW YORK STATE SUPREME COURT-CENTRAL ISLIP
    NEW YORK STATE REGISTER FOR CHILD ABUSE AND MALTREATMENTReceives reports of suspected child abuse and neglect and forwards these reports to the appropriate local district for an investigation. Not intended to be used as an emergency response law enforcement should be contacted for emergencies. Provides information and referrals in instances where the call does not result in a child protective report but further assistance is desired. Serves children birth to 18 years and 18-21 years old placed by the State Education Department into specified residential facilities.NEW YORK STATE REGISTER FOR CHILD ABUSE AND MALTREATMENTNEW YORK STATE REGISTER FOR CHILD ABUSE AND MALTREATMENT
    NEW YORK STATE SAFETY PROGRAMProvides education to parents on passenger safety issues and seat belts. Staff are trained Traffic Safety Educators and go to High Schools to talk to new drivers about Road Safety and Drunk Driving. Sponsored by the New York State Governor's Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC). Call for further information.NassauNEW YORK STATE SAFETY PROGRAMNASSAU COUNTY TRAFFIC SAFETY BOARD
    NONSECURE DETENTION PROGRAMOffers short-term care to Nassau County boys under the age of 16 who are referred by the Nassau County Family Court due to Persons in Need of Supervision (PINS) or Juvenile Delinquent (JD) offenses. Offers a full-time educational program in the on-campus school to help with a successful return to family, school and community. Services include case work counseling, 24 hour supervision, nursing services, medical care, dental care, pharmacological intervention, active family/guardian involvement, special education school setting, pastoral care, cultural activities, independent living skills training, crisis intervention, therapeutic, and a home like atmosphere with a structured, nurturing environment.NassauNONSECURE DETENTION PROGRAMMERCYFIRST
    NORTH BABYLON COMMUNITY YOUTH SERVICESProvides individual and family counseling services to Town of Babylon residents. Referrals come from school social workers, guidance counselors and other town workers. Offers a runaway program for kids and teens (Project Safe), crisis counseling for families, bereavement counseling and educational programs are offered in the schools.SuffolkNORTH BABYLON COMMUNITY YOUTH SERVICESNORTH BABYLON COMMUNITY YOUTH SERVICES
    NORTH BABYLON DAY TREATMENT PROGRAMProvides daily mental health services in conjunction with BOCES special education. Specific mental health services include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, psychopharmacology, psychological, psychiatric and social assessment, crisis intervention, and case management.SuffolkNORTH BABYLON DAY TREATMENT PROGRAMSAGAMORE CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRIC CENTER
    NORTH BELLPORT ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONProvides an outlet through sports such as boys, girls and coed soccer, basketball, football, baseball/softball, volleyball and cheer leading for the families in the North Bellport, East Patchogue and surrounding communities. Also offers the Character Achievement Program (CAP), which focuses on improving self-esteem by building character qualities such as loyalty, determination, responsibility, truthfulness, etc. Call for further information.SuffolkNORTH BELLPORT ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONVICTORY CHURCH OF GOD
    NORTHPORT LITTLE LEAGUEFosters growth and development of youth through organized practices and games in the sports of baseball and softball in Northport and its surrounding communities. Call or visit the website for additional information.SuffolkNORTHPORT LITTLE LEAGUENORTHPORT LITTLE LEAGUE
    N-O-T: NOT-ON-TOBACCOProvides state of the art program specifically designed for teenagers who want to stop smoking.SuffolkN-O-T: NOT-ON-TOBACCOAMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION IN NEW YORK
    NSBBYO FOR SUFFOLK-BBG AND AZAProvides activities which include regional events athletic leagues, conventions,,community service, Judaic programming, advocacy and philanthropy projects for 9th through 12th grade boys and girls.The high school sorority BBG is B'nai B'rith Girls and Maternity AZA is Aleph Z0dik Aleph for boys. Call for more information.NassauNSBBYO FOR SUFFOLK-BBG AND AZAB'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION-NASSAU SUFFOLK REGION
    OCEANOGRAPHY AT STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTONOffers a college course to high school students during the summer. Students will examine the World Ocean and the chemical, geological, and physical processes that control its major features and the life that inhabits it, as well as explore human interactions with the marine environment. This intensive course is specifically designed for motivated high school students wishing to earn college credit, but current undergraduates, graduates, or professionals can also enroll. The short-term course will run for 2 weeks and meet for 4-5 hours each weekday at the Stony Brook Southampton campus. Content will be delivered via lectures, in- class activities, and 2 boat trips in which students will explore nearby coastal habitats using oceanographic sampling equipment. Students must have completed high school biology and be at least 16 years old. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkOCEANOGRAPHY AT STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTONSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    OLYMPIC POOLOffers outdoor 50 meter pool with two boards, large deck with limited lounge chairs, locker room, playground, kiddie pool, and food concession. Provides swimming instructions for children ages 4 thru adults, disabled swim program, ages 3 and up, diving instructions ages 6-17 years, lifeguard training, water and emergency safety instruction. Call for information.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    ONCOLOGY REHAB AND LYMPHEDEMAOffers therapy to adolescents and adults diagnosed with lymphedema or cancer. Patients with lymphedema are taught remedial exercises, diaphragmatic breathing, self-massage, bandaging, ADL training and given nutritional guidelines. Rehab therapy for oncology patients emphasizes building endurance, strength and flexibility along with pain relief.SuffolkONCOLOGY REHAB AND LYMPHEDEMAHUNTINGTON HOSPITAL
    ONE TO ONE PATHWAYSOffers economically disadvantaged youth mentoring, tutoring, entrepreneurship/business training, dropout prevention services and community service opportunities. Requires volunteer mentors to commit to two hours weekly for six months. Functions in partnership with Pathways to serve students on the south shore of Long Island.NassauONE TO ONE PATHWAYSMEMORIAL YOUTH OUTREACH COUNCIL, INC.
    ONLINE COURSES FOR HIGH SCHOOLWith a connection to the internet, high school students can now complete or supplement their high school education at their own pace. Wilson Tech offers online courses ranging from credit recovery to Advanced Placement. With Tech’s online learning program, your students can: Choose when and where to study; Make-up missed credits to graduate on time; Solve scheduling conflicts; Accelerate to complete high school early; Review for AP exams; Take AP or other courses not offered and Study while on medical leave. School districts can add online courses that meet NYS Learning Standards to their own curriculum through an agreement with Western Suffolk BOCES. At www.onlinehs.org students will find courses that they can use in three ways: Virtual Online courses provide anytime and anywhere learning. Students can complete course material at their own pace in the comfort of their own home, in your school’s library, or any remote location. Courses are available 24/7. Hybrid: Under this option, online courses with quizzes and homework assignments are offered in a classroom setting. Students can also access material from home. Hybrid courses can be utilized in a computer lab environment where a group of students take individualized courses that are proctored by one teacher and Traditional: Teachers in a traditional classroom setting can add an online component that incorporates related course material, practice tests and homework assignments. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkONLINE COURSES FOR HIGH SCHOOLWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
    OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM-SCIENCE ENRICHMENT EXCURSIONSOffers grades K through 12 excursions from Manhattan to Montauk and beyond. BOCES staff will discuss and offer assistance with all science-based excursions. We work with museums, Cornell Cooperative Extension, the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation, aquariums, etc. SUNY Stony Brook provides the Biotechnology Teaching Laboratory-grades 7-12. Local History can be explored by historians or scholars at historic sites, students truly become immersed in historical archaeology and Native American Studies at locations such as Blydenburg Park, Caleb Smith, Hoyt Farm and school sites. In addition students can attend the NYS Science and Engineering Fair. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkOUTDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM-SCIENCE ENRICHMENT EXCURSIONSWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES
    OUTPATIENT PSYCHIATRIC SERVICESProvides comprehensive mental health services for children, adolescents, and their families on an outpatient basis. Special programs include the following: ADHD program, Recognition and Prevention program, Pervasive Developmental Disorder program, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy program. Call for more informatin.NassauOUTPATIENT PSYCHIATRIC SERVICESTHE ZUCKER HILLSIDE HOSPITAL
    OUTREACH EDUCATIONProvides prevention and youth development programs, education and referral to general youth populations, as well as those identified as high risk.OUTREACH EDUCATIONSMITHTOWN YOUTH BUREAU
    OUTREACH HOUSE/EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATION PROGRAMProvides an inpatient psychiatry program for elementary-age students enabling them to continue their education while undergoing psychiatric treatment. Students are referred through parent or school referrals and admits youngsters, after thorough evaluation by social worker, psychologists and physicians. The length of stay ranges from 1-12 weeks, during which time a full academic curriculum is provided by Eastern Suffolk BOCES. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkOUTREACH HOUSE/EASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    OUTREACH PROGRAMProvides a support group for individuals seeking out-student care. Home curriculum concerning life-controlling problems is available. During Outreach, group meetings, interviews, evaluations, counsel, and prayer take place. Meetings held at Freedom Chapel, 641 Broadway (Route 110), Amityville, New York.SuffolkOUTREACH PROGRAMLONG ISLAND TEEN CHALLENGE
    PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENTOversees 12 acres of park that include Softball fields, Little League fields, Tennis courts, Playground, All Children's Playground, picnic area, Handball Courts, Basketball Court, Skateboard Park, and Soccer/Football fields. Offers recreational programs for all ages including sports, dance, instructional, arts and crafts, bus trips, fitness and exercise and other activities. Programs change seasonally. Brochures are available tri-annually at the Center or on the web. Call for schedule and fees.PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENTTOWN OF RIVERHEAD
    PATCHOGUE YOUTH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONFosters growth and development of youth through organized practices and games in the sports of baseball and softball in Patchogue and its surrounding communities. Also offers Instructional T-Ball for 5 year olds. Call for additional information.SuffolkPATCHOGUE YOUTH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONPATCHOGUE YOUTH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
    PECONIC DUNES CAMPOffers summer sleep-away camp and day camp for youth ages 8-15 emphasizing environmental education and stewardship. Youth camp operates June-August. Off season rentals and programs available.SuffolkPECONIC DUNES CAMPCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
    PEDIATRIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY UNIT (TBI)Provides the only traumatic brain injury unit for children and young adults on Long Island. The program focuses on physical and cognitive rehabilitation.SuffolkPEDIATRIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY UNIT (TBI)ST. CHARLES HOSPITAL
    PEER GROUPSProvides peer groups to improve self-esteem through education. Teenage groups deal with diverse subjects including peer/group pressure, problem solving, and improving social skills. Call for more information.NassauPEER GROUPSGATEWAY YOUTH OUTREACH, INC.
    PEER TUTORIAL PROGRAMProvides 5-14 year olds with peer tutoring assistance for help with school work and study skills. Aims to instill positive attitudes toward education.SuffolkPEER TUTORIAL PROGRAMUNITED NORTH AMITYVILLE YOUTH ORGANIZATION, INC.
    PHYSICS SUMMER CAMPOffers a two week residential /non-residential camps for students interested in physics. The first program is The Introductory Physics Program which is an active, hands-on format, where students will be introduced to classical branches of physics, including experimental measurement, Newtonian Mechanics, electricity, waves and optics. This camp is for Students entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade in the fall 2019. Students with a strong interest and background in math and science are encouraged to apply. This camp is not for students who have taken physics.The second camp is an Advanced Physics Program which is an active, hands-on format, where students will be introduced to advanced branches of physics that don't usually make it into the high school curriculum, including electronics, optics and particle physics. For this camp students must be juniors or seniors in the fall of 2019. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkPHYSICS SUMMER CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    PORT JEFFERSON HEALTH CARE FACILITYProvides 120 bed in-patient skilled nursing and rehabilitative services for long-term and sub-acute care patients. Services include physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapies, home care referrals, family and patient education, pain management, IV therapy, hospice, CPM, T.E.N.S., trach care, TPN, PPN, and wound care.SuffolkPORT JEFFERSON HEALTH CARE FACILITYGLENHAVEN HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION
    PORTLEDGE SCHOOLTraditional, academically demanding, college preparatory, co-educational day school serving grades Pre-Nursery-12. Extensive athletic and extracurricular activities complement the sequential academic program. Advanced placement courses are available in most subjects and there is an extensive fine art program.NassauPORTLEDGE SCHOOLPORTLEDGE SCHOOL
    PORT WASHINGTON COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPProvides opportunity for children in grades four through eight to improve math/science skills through participation in educational workshops offered by Long Island Children's Museums.NassauPORT WASHINGTON COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    PREGNANCY COUNSELINGProvides counseling for single and teenage parents. Information on foster care is also available. Call the social work department for further information.NassauPREGNANCY COUNSELINGMERCY MEDICAL CENTER
    PRE-TEEN TUTORINGOffers tutorial assistance to students ages 12 to 15 years old.NassauPRE-TEEN TUTORINGLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    PREVENTIONProvides services for youth and family, ages K-21 years. Offers education, prevention, formal and informal counseling, parenting education, crisis referral, job linkage, cultural arts, music, and community presentations. Appointment required. Call or visit for further information.SuffolkPREVENTIONNORTH SHORE YOUTH COUNCIL
    PREVENTION WORKSHOPS AND SUPPORT GROUPSOffers parenting workshops, anger management, creative arts workshops, social skills program and junior and teen leadership opportunities. Program is open to all but targets those affected by divorce, separation, alcohol, drug abuse, violence. Staff include licensed social workers, family specialists, special ed teachers, child and youth care workers, performing artists, and trained facilitators. Approved for court mandated clients.SuffolkPREVENTION WORKSHOPS AND SUPPORT GROUPSSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
    PRIMARY IMMUNODEFICIENCY DISEASESPediatric specialists, evaluate children with genetically defined, primary immune defects that lead to recurrent serious infection in childhood and adolescents. For these patients, bone marrow transplant or gene therapy, where appropriate, are used for immune reconstitution.NassauPRIMARY IMMUNODEFICIENCY DISEASES COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSOffers high school programs which are grounded in Adelphi’s commitment to partnerships with the high school community. The high school and pre-college programs aim to provide students with a rich educational opportunity and to participate in special conferences and workshops designed just for high school students. Adelphi offers Summer Pre-College Programs; High School Summer Sessions; College Credit Advantage Program and Conferences and Workshops. Call for information regarding participating high schools and programs offered.NassauPROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSADELPHI UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES
    PROJECT INDEPENDENCE SUFFOLKA comprehensive, non-residential program designed to prepare youths between the ages of 14-21 who are in foster care or discharged from foster care, to live and work independently in the community when they are no longer eligible for foster care. Program available in both Nassau and Suffolk. Call for further information.SuffolkPROJECT INDEPENDENCE SUFFOLKFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
    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.
    PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATIONOffers initial psychiatric evaluations of students with behavior, developmental and/or mood disorders by consulting psychiatrists. Psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations, classroom observations, medication reviews and follow-up school consultations are available. Call for more information.SuffolkPSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATIONEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION LIAISON SERVICEProvides outpatient psychiatric services to children and adults who are medically ill. Develops individualized treatment plans.PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION LIAISON SERVICETHE ZUCKER HILLSIDE HOSPITAL
    PSYCHIATRIC HOME CAREProvides comprehensive mental health services to patients in their own homes. Offers specialized programs for patients of various ages. Arranges for other services for patients as needed and advocates for patients/families. Provides evaluation with feedback to medical doctor or treatment team, medication administration/education, behavior modification, general health/nutrition status assessment. Functions as a School Net Program.NassauPSYCHIATRIC HOME CARELONG ISLAND JEWISH CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AGENCY
    PUBLIC AFFAIRSWorks to ensure that women, men and teenagers have access to reproductive health services by encouraging federal and state planning programs advocates public policies and legislation that maintain a woman's right to choose from a full range of reproductive health services, safely, legally and privately promotes comprehensive age appropriate sexuality education in the schools and supports parents, schools and community groups in their efforts to educate members of their families and communities.NassauPUBLIC AFFAIRSPLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.
    REAL TALK, REAL TEENSProvides youth ages 13-18 the opportunity to discuss issues relevant to their lives openly and confidentially. Services available in Spanish. Walk-ins welcome.NassauREAL TALK, REAL TEENSCHOICE FOR ALL, INC.
    REBECCA CENTER FOR MUSIC THERAPYUses interactive music therapy interventions to facilitate relatedness, communication, and thinking while removing physical and cognitive barriers that prevent people with developmental challenges from engaging in essential social interactions and life processes for people of all ages. We work towards our mission in a multifaceted way: clinical services, training and education, research, and publications. We provide services for children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. The Rebecca Center offers various music therapy programs that are tailored to the abilities and needs of each individual. We offer Individual Music Therapy Sessions, Group Music Therapy Sessions, and School District Music Therapy Programs. In addition, we are a training facility for music therapy interns and field work students. For further information, please visit our webpage at: www.therebeccacenter.org or call 516-323-3324.NassauREBECCA CENTER FOR MUSIC THERAPYMOLLOY COLLEGE
    RECOGNITION AND PREVENTION PROGRAMProvides preventive services for teenagers showing early signs of psychological disturbance. Offers comprehensive evaluations and appropriate treatments from a range of programs for teenagers. Offers family support services. Conducts educational programs for school personnel on early warning signs of impending illness.RECOGNITION AND PREVENTION PROGRAMTHE ZUCKER HILLSIDE HOSPITAL
    RECREATION ACTIVITIESProvides after school recreation activities for youth in Middle School. Contract agency of the Brookhaven Town Youth Bureau.SuffolkRECREATION ACTIVITIESNORTH SHORE YOUTH COUNCIL
    RECREATIONAL HOCKEY PROGRAMProvides a recreational ice hockey league for youth in the area. Call for more information.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    RECREATION/CAMPING-LONG BEACHOffers summer day and travel camps for preschoolers through 10th grade, CIT Program, after-school services, holiday trips and recreational events for children and youth.NassauRECREATION/CAMPING-LONG BEACHFRIEDBERG JCC
    RECREATION/CAMPING-MERRICK/BELLMOREOffers summer day and travel camps for preschoolers through 10th grade, CIT Program, after-school services, holiday trips and recreational events and sports teams for children and youth.NassauRECREATION/CAMPING-MERRICK/BELLMOREFRIEDBERG JCC
    RECREATION/CAMPING-OCEANSIDEOffers summer day and travel camps for preschoolers through 10th grade, CIT Program, after-school services, holiday trips and recreational events and sports teams for children and youth.NassauRECREATION/CAMPING-OCEANSIDEFRIEDBERG JCC
    RECREATION/CAMP PROGRAMOffers summer day camping for children 2-17 years old preschool camp held at Mid Island Y, day camp for grades K-6 held at Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds in Wheatley Heights, special teen and travel programs for 7-11th grade. Before and after care provided if needed.NassauRECREATION/CAMP PROGRAMMID-ISLAND Y-JCC
    RED AND WHITE ELITE LACROSSE CAMPSOffers a summer lacrosse camp for any and all ages. Call for more detailed information regarding times, dates and fees.SuffolkRED AND WHITE ELITE LACROSSE CAMPSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    REGENTS EXAM PREPARATIONOffers regents exam review courses for high school students. Our course instructors are highly qualified, experienced high school teachers. Topics are thoroughly reviewed and the latest Regentsexams are used for practice. Small classes allow teachers to provide individual attention to every student. Review texts included in all courses. Sample course offerings include: Algebra 1 (Common Core) Regents Review; Geometry (Common Core) Regents Review; Algebra 2 (Common Core) Regents Review; Earth Science Regents Review; Biology (Living Environment) Regents Review; Chemistry Regents Review; Physics Regents Review; and Global History & Geography Regents Review. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauREGENTS EXAM PREPARATIONMOLLOY COLLEGE-DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    REGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides students, ages 16-21, who have been identified as having needs not being met in current school programs in our region. The program will be located in local area high schools and/or BOCES programs and offers our “at risk” students an opportunity to address individual and family issues that are currently hampering their progress toward a New York State diploma. The program will continue to offer academic education at a commencement level, development of transition skills, and development of social skills designed to foster improved functioning in a school setting. The Regional Alternative High School Program is also offering placement to students that have been suspended or are awaiting an out of district placement, as well as offering students the option to attend for credit recovery and test preparation for state assessments. The Regional Alternative High School is also offering placement to students who are English Language Learners. Students enrolled in this program will have a daily schedule that consists of four hour departmentalized format. Instruction takes place in “blocks” focusing on two core subjects (ELA and Math), and includes a daily CTE component. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkREGIONAL ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    REGIONAL ENRICHMENT AGENCY OF COMMACK/HALF HOLLOW HILLS CYAProvides recreational, educational, employment and counseling programs for youth ages 10-21 in the school districts of Half Hollow Hills and Commack. Each regionally organized CYA develops programs based on needs of respective school districts and neighborhoods. Also provides preschool for 3 and 4 year olds for Half Hollow Hills School District Before and After preschool call for information.SuffolkTOWN YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    REGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMOffers a program that was developed in response to requests from local school districts. Eastern Suffolk BOCES organized a consortium to create and oversee a regional summer school program. The program is located in local area school districts and serves students who attend their home districts during the traditional school year. Students with intensive management and/or educational needs require a continuation of district curriculum and instructional approaches during the summer months to prevent regression. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkREGIONAL SPECIAL EDUCATION SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    REGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLAny two school districts that house summer school populations at a common site may participate in the Regional Summer School. Courses offered are determined by the participating districts in collaboration with Nassau BOCES, The Regional Summer School enables students to enrich their education through additional courses; credit recovery or work not complete during the school year; or improve their competencies in basic elementary skills. It also provides for the administration of Regents examinations in accordance with the New York State Education Commissioner’s regulations. Call for more detailed information.NassauREGIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
    REHABILITATION FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSProvides inpatient rehabilitative therapy for children and adolescents occupational, physical, recreational and speech therapy, psychology, audiology, nursing and social work. Services are offered to children and adolescents with a disability including, but not limited to, brain injury, anoxic encephalopathy, stroke, spinal cord injury, tumors, neuromuscular conditions, orthopedic/rheumatological impairments, amputees, congenital anomalies, burns, and post surgical rehabilitation.SuffolkREHABILITATION FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSST. CHARLES HOSPITAL
    RELATED SERVICES; CENTER FOR ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONStudents with disabilities enrolled in our Center for Alternative Education may require specific support services to supplement their overall educational program. Related services available include: Resource Room and English as a Second Language. Call for detailed information.SuffolkRELATED SERVICES; CENTER FOR ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL 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
    RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMThis 14-16 month program is made up of three phases. During the Crisis Phase, which lasts 6-8 weeks, individuals live in home-like atmospheres, sharing work assignments and are introduced to curriculum, Bible Studies, and Christian lifestyles. In the Induction Phase, which runs 4-5 months, students complete the 14 Group Studies for New Christians' and Character Quality classes. During this phase discipline and order are taught through the development and application of Christian Principles. Upon completion of the Induction Phase, male students complete the program at either the Long Island Center or the Training Center in Rehrersburg, Pennsylvania where they continue Bible Studies, attend workshops, and are provided vocational training opportunities. Female students continue the program at the main site Ladies Residence.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL PROGRAMLONG ISLAND TEEN CHALLENGE
    RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL AND DAY SCHOOLProvides females, age 12-18, 7th-12th grade, a residence which offers education, psychiatry, full medical and dental, substance abuse counseling, individual and group counseling, and adventure based programs. The Day School offers education, counseling(group and individual), and adventure based programs.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL SCHOOL AND DAY SCHOOLSCO FAMILY OF SERVICES
    RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTERProvides a highly structured, nurturing, corrective experience for males, ages 12-16, who have serious adjustment difficulties. Assists in educational, social and coping skills for reunification with family and community. Special programs for hard to place juvenile delinquents.NassauRESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTERMERCYFIRST
    RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER-COMMUNITY SERVICESRefers court-placed youngsters to residential placement at Berkshire Farm in Canaan, New York. Also offers drug counseling, education and family services. In addition, provides secure and non-secure detention for youth awaiting action on court cases.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER-COMMUNITY SERVICESBERKSHIRE FARM CENTER AND SERVICES FOR YOUTH
    RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITYServes boys, ages 10-17, who suffer serious emotional disturbance. Offers a highly structured, treatment oriented, cost effective alternative to placement in a psychiatric hospital. Located in McKeown House on the Syosset campus.NassauRESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITYMERCYFIRST
    RESOURCE AND REFERRALProvides outreach services in the City of Glen Cove. Offers short term crisis counseling, health insurance sign ups, general information and referral for youth and their families. Call for further information.NassauYOUTH BUREAUCITY OF GLEN COVE
    RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT/FOSTER PARENTSRecruits foster families to care for children placed in foster care. Conducts home studies to certify foster homes and provides needed foster home training.SuffolkRONKONKOMA OFFICESUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    RICHARD NUTTALL AND SIMON RIDDIOUGH SOCCER CAMPOffers a camp that is designed for boys and girls of all skill levels to improve their game through both technical and tactical instruction. No matter how far you advance in soccer, your footwork, passing, trapping, heading and shooting can always be refined, and every improvement can make a big difference on the field. This challenging camp will help players understand the fundamentals of soccer using a vast array of game situations. Campers train with not only Richard Nuttall and Simon Riddiough but also many of Hofstra’s Division I players will be on hand. The training doesn’t stop there; many expert coaches from all over the United States and Europe are on-hand as well. These coaches believe that the emphasis on development is by doing, encouraging soccer instincts through enjoyable small-sided games and game-related learning in a positive environment. Each camper should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts, shin guards and soccer cleats or sneakers. Campers must also bring a water bottle. Bathing suit and towel will be needed on assigned swim days. Call for more detailed information.NassauRICHARD NUTTALL AND SIMON RIDDIOUGH SOCCER CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    RIVERHEAD LITTLE LEAGUEFosters growth and development of youth through organized practices and games in the sports of baseball and softball in Riverhead and its surrounding communities. Call or visit the website for additional information.SuffolkRIVERHEAD LITTLE LEAGUERIVERHEAD LITTLE LEAGUE
    ROSS UPPER SCHOOLOffers co-educational boarding school for grades 7th-12th. Call for additional information.SuffolkROSS UPPER SCHOOLROSS UPPER SCHOOL
    SACHEM YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUEFosters growth and development of youth through organized practices and games in the sports of soccer in Ronkonkoma and its surrounding communities. Call or visit the website for additional information.SuffolkSACHEM YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUESACHEM YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE
    S.A.T. PREP COURSESProvides high school students a S.A.T. preparatory workshop with intensive review in English and Mathematics. Online and face-to-face courses available.SuffolkS.A.T. PREP COURSESSCOPE EDUCATION SERVICES
    SATURDAY CLASSES FOR YOUNG PEOPLEOffers more than 75 courses in academics, arts, athletics and test preparation on Saturdays for children ages 3 through 18 years. Saturday Classes for Young People encourage and inspire your child in the pursuit of knowledge and the love of learning. Children blossom in our small classroom settings. Winter and summer programs are 6-weeks long, while spring and fall sessions run 8 weeks. Choose from many classes including; reading, math, academics, STEM/STEAM, cartooning, theater, art, video game development, Minecraft, swimming instruction and even exercise classes for parents. Also offered is the Hofstra Gifted Academy (HGA) Children thrive in our small classes with low student-to-teacher ratios. They respond with enthusiasm to the personal enrichment and socialization not teaching to the test. In addition spring break camps are available. Call for more detailed information regarding each program.NassauSATURDAY CLASSES FOR YOUNG PEOPLEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH ALLIANCECollaborates with local school personnel in Queens, Staten Island, Nassau and western Suffolk counties to address students' inter-related mental, emotional, and academic difficulties. Offers prevention, treatment and rehabilitative services for a wide range of mental health and substance abuse conditions. Provides educators with a comprehensive list of available service programs and support groups, complete with descriptions, contact persons, procedures and telephone numbers. Assists with evaluations, outpatient appointments, admissions and referrals as appropriate. Offers schools site-based crisis and substance abuse services, consultations, professional development programs and thematic presentations. Maintains an interactive informational and educational website focusing on mental health and substance abuse issues, for use by school staff, students, and families. This site includes the Directory of North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Programs and Services.NassauSCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH ALLIANCELONG ISLAND JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER
    SCHOOL SUPPORT IIProvides mental health treatment and counseling for the students of Roosevelt Middle School. Call for further information.NassauSCHOOL SUPPORT IISOUTH SHORE CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER, INC.
    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
    SECONDARY IMMUNODEFICIENCY, HIV SERVICESChildren and adolescents with HIV infection and other diseases that lead to secondary, not genetically defined immune defects, are evaluated and treated. Physicians, Nurse Specialists, Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, Social Workers and Laboratory Technologists formulate treatment protocols for these children.NassauSECONDARY IMMUNODEFICIENCY, HIV SERVICES COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    SELDEN-CENTEREACH 3 VILLAGES LITTLE LEAGUEThrough proper guidance and exemplary leadership, assist children in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being, striving to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes. Call or visit for addition information.SuffolkSELDEN-CENTEREACH 3 VILLAGES LITTLE LEAGUESELDEN-CENTEREACH 3 VILLAGES LITTLE LEAGUE
    SETH TIERNEY BOYS LACROSSE CAMPOffers a lacrosse camp for boys entering grades 2 through 12 who desire a full day of training experience in all facets of lacrosse. The camp places strong emphasis on instruction and works to improve your son’s skills each-and-every day all while stressing the importance of teamwork, sportsmanship and focus. The camp is geared to boys who desire a full day of Lacrosse training. The goal of our Boys Lacrosse Camp is to teach the basics of individual, group and team lacrosse -- and have fun while doing it. Players learn the fundamental aspects of dodging, passing, catching and shooting, as well as individual defense, goalie play and face-off techniques. In addition, players learn team skills such as team offense, riding, clearing, team defense and transition play. Campers are placed on teams based on their age and ability, but will be adjusted, according to size, maturity and skill level following observation and evaluation by our professional coaches. Each day is divided into four periods: two practice sessions, lunch and an educational lecture and/or film, as well as the opportunity to swim twice per week. Lacrosse Camp utilizes Hofstra University’s state-of-the-art, outdoor facilities, an indoor heated Olympic-sized swimming pool and a fully equipped infirmary staffed by registered nurses. With expert instruction and a motivating, positive learning environment, Boys Lacrosse Camp provides the ultimate opportunity for learning skills and gaining confidence while having fun and making friends. Call for more detailed information and tuition.NassauSETH TIERNEY BOYS LACROSSE CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    SHANNON SMITH GIRLS LACROSSE CAMPOffers a lacrosse camp for girls entering grades 2-12. Lacrosse camp is for every player to learn new skills and have fun playing the sport we all love! Instruction includes individual skills, strategies and game play. With a knowledgeable and experienced staff, we strive to educate each player and build on his or her strengths while addressing any weaknesses. The counselors demonstrate techniques and develop campers’ skills in a fun, positive environment, and they encourage players of all abilities to be successful at the next level. All players are divided by age and experience, and requests to be with friends will be honored. The day is divided into station/drill sessions, individual instruction, team practice, and tournament game play. Campers receive hands-on, individual attention in all areas of the game. Instruction includes, but is not limited to, catching, throwing, stick handling, dodging, draws, goal keeping, transition, groundballs, and defensive and offensive scenarios. Each camper should wear daily: cotton T-shirt, athletic shorts, sneakers, sweat socks, cleats. Please bring a lacrosse stick, goggles, and mouthguard. All goalies are responsible for bringing their own equipment. Bathing suit and towel are needed on assigned swim days. Campers must bring their own water bottle. Call for more detailed information.NassauSHANNON SMITH GIRLS LACROSSE CAMPHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    SHELTER ROCK CHURCH/SYOSSETProvides spiritual guidance, religious services and support for their congregation. Also provides various cultural and educational programs. Call for additional information.NassauSHELTER ROCK CHURCH/SYOSSETSHELTER ROCK CHURCH/SYOSSET
    SHOTS FOR TOTSOffers free immunizations for children 6 months to 18 years without health benefits. Shots offered first and 3rd Wednesday of the month.SuffolkSHOTS FOR TOTSPRONTO OF LONG ISLAND, INC.
    SIBSPLACEA prevention and support program for children with sibling(s) or parent(s) with cancer or other devastating or chronic illnesses. Services include social interaction, mentoring, tutoring, arts and crafts development, youth-centered games and scheduled special events/field trips. Program provides siblings with emotional support, attention, and routine at a time when the families' resources are focused on the needs of the loved one(s).NassauSIBSPLACESOUTH NASSAU COMMUNITIES HOSPITAL
    SIMONS SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPProvides academically talented, motivated high school students who are between their junior & senior years the opportunity to engage in hands-on research in science, math or engineering at the Stony Brook University. Simons Fellows work with distinguished faculty mentors, learn laboratory techniques and tools, become part of active research teams and experience life at a research university. The Simons Summer Research program now attracts applicants from all across the country to the Stony Brook campus: Simons Fellows are matched with Stony Brook faculty mentors, join a research group or team, and assume responsibility for a project. The Simons Fellows conclude their apprenticeship by producing a written research abstract and a research poster. In addition to learning valuable techniques and experiencing life at a major research university, Simons Fellows attend weekly faculty research talks and participate in special workshops, tours and events. At the closing poster symposium, students are presented with a $1,000 stipend award. Participants may elect to live on campus with other student researchers or to commute. The Simons Summer Research Program is supported by the Simons Foundation and individual faculty grants. Call for more detailed information and application guidelines.SuffolkSIMONS SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    SKATE PARK FACILITIESProvides skating and BMX enthusiasts with a large open space to explore a number of features such as half pipes, quarter pipes, fun boxes, ramps, spines, rails and other obstacles. Safety equipment- ANSI or SNELL approved helmets, knee and elbow pads and wrist guards must be worn. Veterans Memorial Park, Bellerose Avenue, East Northport, 11731SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    SMITHTOWN VETERANS YOUTH PROGRAM, INC.Provides summer activities including night beach volleyball, basketball, table tennis, dancing and musical entertainment. Provides a calendar of events. Call for more information.SuffolkSMITHTOWN VETERANS YOUTH PROGRAM, INC.SMITHTOWN VETERANS YOUTH PROGRAM, INC.
    SOCCER CAMPOffers a program that is designed to create an atmosphere that encourages and develops players entering grades 3-9 to reach their full potential. The program will encompass a morning of intensive skills and drills training with an afternoon of recreational sports and games. Throughout the week campers will cover all facets of the game including technical, tactical, physical and psychological concepts. The training methods will aim to foster the players love for the game using a progressive curriculum building from individual skills through small-sided challenges and ending in match conditions. Director and coaches are experienced and qualified individuals who work with various Long Island Soccer clubs on a year-round basis in addition to their school soccer and ODP commitments. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkSOCCER CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    SOCCER CAMPOffers soccer instruction including station drills, intersquad scrimmages and breakdown of game situations under direction of varsity coach. Groups players by age/ability for no-pressure participation. Requires players to bring own water bottles and shin guards. Conducts camp at Kings Park High School.SuffolkSOCCER CAMPSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    SOCCER PROGRAMSProvides soccer leagues for youth and adults. Indoor soccer league for adults, 21 years and older, offered from November to February. Youth league for high school boys 10-12 grades, two evenings weekly from June through August. Adult league, 2 co-ed groups, 21 and up for adult. Senior adult is 30 years for men and 28 for women. Meets evenings from June to August. Soccer Youth Instruction Clinic for ages 6-12, two evenings June to August.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    SOCIAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPSOffers workshop for children ages 5-8 and 9-12(parents included). This program provides education and support to families. Topics include building healthy friendships, communication skills, understanding and expressing feelings, dealing with teasing and bullies, and more. Discussion groups, creative arts, games and hands-on activities are utilized to increase understanding and strengthen social skills. Teen Support Group also available for ages 13 and up. The Parent Component offers support and guidance to parents, and provides practical skills for helping their child in a variety of situations. The Parent Component meets at the same time the children's program runs.SuffolkSOCIAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPSSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
    SOCIO-ACADEMIC MODIFICATION PROGRAMProvides adolescents remanded to Nassau County Juvenile Detention Center with mandated and ancillary educational, cultural and recreational services. Call for further information.NassauSOCIO-ACADEMIC MODIFICATION PROGRAMLEADERSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE
    SOLD OUT-TEEN YOUTH GROUPOffers biblical teaching to teens ages 13-18 on relevant topics along with games, music, snacks and fellowship. Parental consent is required for special functions.SuffolkSOLD OUT-TEEN YOUTH GROUPCHURCH OF THE HARVEST
    SPECIAL EVENTSPresents holiday parade and tree lighting ceremony in December and an Eggstravaganza in the Spring for children 1-10 years old.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF BABYLON
    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
    STEAM EDUCATION CAMPAims to engage campers entering grades 3-10 in a series of innovative fields not seen in traditional school education. Programs will once again be offered in LEGO Robotics and Video Game Design, 3D Printing & Design and 3D Building with Minecraft and Coding Concepts with the addition of Advanced 3D Printing, 3D Modeling & Sculpting, LEGO Stop-Motion Animation, Photography/Videography, and Web Design. Experienced teachers from RoboMindTech and 3DprintingEdu will follow their S.T.E.A.M curriculums as campers participate in fun, hands on activities and projects aiming to inspire campers outside of the school year. STEAM Education is a new movement in American Education to help teachers and their students understand how the academic disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics impact their world and prepare them for the workforce of tomorrow. STEAM is multidiscipline based, incorporating the integration of other disciplinary knowledge into a new whole. Technology helps us communicate; Math is the language; Science and Engineering are the processes for thinking; Art promotes creativity; all this leads to Innovation. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkSTEAM EDUCATION CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    ST. GERARD'S BASEBALL AND SOFTBALLOffers baseball for ages 5 to 18 years old as well as girls softball, ages 7 to 16 years old. Call for more information.SuffolkST. GERARD'S BASEBALL AND SOFTBALLST. GERARD MAJELLA CHURCH
    ST. MICHAEL'S RECREATION CENTEROffers a variety of recreational activities for ages 5 and up. Programs include afterschool tutoring, senior citizens, holiday crafts and summer programs. Facility available for non-profit community groups on a permit basis, and for parties, weddings and non-profit fundraising. Activities and class schedules vary. Call for information/schedules/fees.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    STONY BROOK GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPOffers the Nike Girls Basketball Camp at Stony Brook University and Caroline McCombs Elite Camp. The Nike Girls Basketball Camp at Stony Brook University is open to any and all girls. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. In addition, campers will be evaluated and then split up into smaller groups according to age and ability. The Complete Skills Camp helps players of all abilities develop athletically, refine fundamental basketball skills, and enhance their skill set at the post, wing, or guard position. The Caroline McCombs Elite Camp is a one day event. The camp program includes: Team concepts/attitude; Total player development; Shooting instruction; Defensive Concepts; Basic fundamentals; Rebounding skills; Goal-setting strategies and Fun basketball games. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTONY BROOK GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    ST. PATRICK'S YOUTH COMMUNITYProvides children and young people spiritual, athletic, educational programs and musical activities. Also offers a summer day camp. Call for additional information.SuffolkST. PATRICK'S YOUTH COMMUNITYST. PATRICK'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH-SMITHTOWN
    STRAIGHT TALK FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMENProvides youth ages 13-18 years old the opportunity to discuss issues relevant to their lives openly and confidentially.NassauSTRAIGHT TALK FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMENLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    SUFFOLK COUNTY FARM AND EDUCATION CENTEROffers group and family educational programs related to agriculture, environment, animal sciences, nutrition, gardening and historical programs. Also offers summer programs for youth in grades K-12 and early childhood programs for children ages 2-5.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY FARM AND EDUCATION CENTERCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
    SUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE, INC.Provides organized sports program throughout Suffolk County for children 3-18 years of age. PAL operates camps and clinics during the summer, offers sports including bowling, football, boxing, cheerleading, golf, soccer, lacrosse, track and field, karate and fishing trips. PAL's Field of Dreams sports complex in Holbrook offers baseball, football and lacrosse.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE, INC.SUFFOLK COUNTY POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE, INC.
    SUFFOLK DAY CAMPOffers regular day camp activities, including sports, arts and crafts, dance, music, field trips, special event days, and swimming instruction. Serves western Suffolk County through Township of Riverhead. Camp provides insurance. Lunch and snack are available. Camp located at NYIT (New York Institute of Technology) campus and Hecksher State Park. Call or visit website for more information.SuffolkSUFFOLK DAY CAMPYOUNG PEOPLE'S DAY CAMP
    SUMMER CAMP PROGRAMSOffers summer day camp programs for children 3 years old-10th grade. Special programs include nursery and preschool, sports, and theatre. Also offers Teen Workshops for grades 6-8 which include art, sports, theatre, pioneering skills and computer, and C.I.T (Counselor In Training Program) for teens entering 9th and 10th grades. Preschool mini day 10:15am-2:45pm or a full day 9am-4pm.SuffolkSUMMER CAMP PROGRAMSLAUREL HILL SCHOOL
    SUMMER CAMPSOffers summer camp programs, 1-8 weeks sessions, for children ages 5-14 years of age anc children with special needs. Offers swimming, sportsd, and sports camp, creative arts, trips tween camp and more. Also available, one week speciality camps.SuffolkSUMMER CAMPSSUFFOLK Y-JCC
    SUMMER DAY CAMPOffers five week program of organized, supervised recreation including arts and crafts, sports, music, and special events. Conducts counselor-in-training program for 14-15 year olds (unsalaried).SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF BABYLON
    SUMMER EDUCATIONOffers continuous activities for young people throughout the summer, including daily outings and a reading program three mornings a week.NassauSUMMER EDUCATIONLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    SUMMER FIELD TRIPSProvides youth with trips and special events designed to provide necessary socialization, recreation, entertainment and outlets for youth who are not financially able to participate in such activities. Call for more information.NassauSUMMER FIELD TRIPSGATEWAY YOUTH OUTREACH, INC.
    SUMMER LEADERSHIP PROGRAMSProvides opportunity for teens to participate in programming covering topics that will help them become well-rounded leaders, including leadership training, opportunities and challenges, Judaic studies, arts and culture and ambassador opportunities. Call for more information.NassauSUMMER LEADERSHIP PROGRAMSB'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION-NASSAU SUFFOLK REGION
    SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMProvides a fun learning environment for youth/children during the summer. Offers discussion groups on issues such as group pressure, feelings, and problem-solving strategies. Call for more information.NassauSUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMGATEWAY YOUTH OUTREACH, INC.
    SUMMER MUSIC CAMPSOffers week-long day camps will focuses on developing ensemble skills (chamber, jazz, and choir) which help young performers build confidence and acquire critical musicianship skills that can make them better soloists. Each day of the camp, participants will receive coachings and take part in daily seminars/demonstrations led by professional musicians and music teachers. The camp will culminate with each group performing on a final concert that will be open to the public. Camp offerings include: Youth Strings Camp (Entering Grades 4-7); Youth Choir Camp (Entering Grades 5-7); Chamber Strings Camp (Entering Grades 7-12); Jazz Camp (Entering Grades 7-12); Extensions (One Week, Afternoons); Artventures (Entering Grades 4-7) and Composition (Entering Grades 8-12). Call for detailed information.SuffolkSUMMER MUSIC CAMPSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    SUMMER PREVENTION PROGRAMSOffers a Social Skills Youth Camp for ages 4-12 focusing on friendships and relationships, building social skills, making healthy decisions, peer pressure, educational and fun field trips and creative workshops. The Life Skills Teen Camp for ages 13 and older focuses on the areas of substance abuse and violence prevention. prevention focused lessons, team building activities and discussion groups. Before and aftercare is not available. Call for more information.SuffolkSUMMER PREVENTION PROGRAMSSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
    SUMMER PROGRAMProvides a six-week full day program of educational enrichment, recreation, cultural awareness, and performing arts classes and activities for ages 5 to 13. Call for more information.NassauSUMMER PROGRAMMANHASSET/GREAT NECK ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL
    SUMMER RESIDENTIAL CAMPOffers dozens of one-week camping experiences for children 7-17 Programs include travel, kayaking, sailing, nature, athletics, dance, arts, and more. Call for further information.SuffolkSUMMER RESIDENTIAL CAMPQUINIPET CAMP AND RETREAT CENTER
    SUMMER SERVICESExtends individual educational plans IEPs for those students with intensive management and/or educational needs requiring twelve month instruction to avoid significant regression.SuffolkSUMMER SERVICESEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    SUMMER WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMProvides qualified students a six-week opportunity to experience work in hospital setting. Offers experience in various departments such as OR/ER, physical therapy, x-ray, recreational therapy and others. Participants assist with patient care.SuffolkSUMMER WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMSTONY BROOK EASTERN LONG ISLAND HOSPITAL
    SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMEncourages youth to establish a good work ethic through employment and workshops. Promotes punctuality, teamwork, how to follow rules and regulations, as well as respect of self, co-workers and supervisors. At- risk youth are selected between the ages of 14-18. Interviews are held in May and orientation in June. Employment is seven weeks, Monday-Friday. Worksites are established within the community at local churches, schools, agencies, parks and beaches. Workshops are given throughout the program in areas such as Banking, Job Attitudes, Career Goals, Job Interviewing and Resume Writing. Upon completion of the program is an Awards Lunch where every youth receives an award. Call for further information.NassauYOUTH BUREAUCITY OF GLEN COVE
    SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR PREGNANT AND PARENTING TEENSProvides child care, parenting instruction, and other support services for pregnant and/or parenting students. Parenting instruction affords each student the necessary support and counseling in caring for his/her child. Home instruction is available for the period before and after the birth of the child. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR PREGNANT AND PARENTING TEENSWESTERN SUFFOLK BOCES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
    SWIMMING LESSONSOffers group instruction combining American Red Cross aquatics curriculum with recreational activities. Requires in-pool pre-testing of all children and makes appropriate group placement into one of six skill-level groups. Provides additional details on website or via telephone.SuffolkSWIMMING LESSONSSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    TEEN/ADULT PROGRAMProvides weekly traditional sessions as well as 3-week intensive programs for teens and adults who stutter. Call for further information.TEEN/ADULT PROGRAMAMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR STUTTERING
    TEEN CAFEThis program provides a safe space for teenage students to gather and socialize in a safe environment. This space was created by teens for teens. Junbo games like Jenga, Uno, Dominoes, and Connect Four are available along with video games, television and entertainment. Teens will receive snack and drinks. Teens are asked to donate $1 towards an event that they will facilitate.NassauTEEN CAFE3 D'S AFTERCARE INC.
    TEEN CENTERProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Offers teen fiction collection, DVD's, CD's. lap tops and iPads. Programming includes instructional, crafts, gaming programs, movie nights and various activities for which teens can earn community service credit. Wii, PS3 and xBox 360 with Kinect are available for use on site.SuffolkTEEN CENTERPORT JEFFERSON FREE LIBRARY
    TEEN DROP-IN CENTERProvides safe, supervised environment for at risk youth ages 12-17 during after school hours. Offers homework help along with crisis counseling, and information and referrals. Parental involvement is encouraged. Also provides recreational activities including games, dance instruction, movies and video games. Offers prevention workshops on topics such as drug and alcohol use, gang involvement and pregnancy.NassauTEEN DROP-IN CENTERHISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER
    TEEN LEADERSHIP COUNCILOffers programs which will help enhance social responsibility and leadership skills. Provides community service projects, field trips, guest presentations, prevention focused lessons, social events, and more.SuffolkTEEN LEADERSHIP COUNCILSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
    TEEN PROGRAMOffers a "Teen Centre" featuring a coffee house, juice bar, gaming consoles, computers, pool tables, HDTV's and organized trips during school breaks.NassauTEEN PROGRAMFRIEDBERG JCC
    TEEN PROGRAMSProvides youth ages 13-19 with activities which include: open gym, dances, discussions, art program, college readiness and additional education oriented programs which change quarterly. Computer and game room available.SuffolkTEEN PROGRAMSBOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF THE BELLPORT AREA
    TEEN PROGRAMSOffers socialization, education, sports, recreation, leadership training and community service opportunities for teenagers. Drop-in lounge, summer day camp and job placement services.NassauTEEN PROGRAMSMID-ISLAND Y-JCC
    TEEN PROGRAMSProvides after-school activities for teens during the school week, including hockey, tennis and basketball. Teen lounge is on Thursday evenings and Saturday evenings. There are monthly outings and discussion groups. Call for further information.NassauTEEN PROGRAMSTHE MARION & AARON GURAL JCC
    TEENS AND TWEENS SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory. Range of programs and services include, but are not limited to, fitness, arts and crafts, babysitting workshops, Live Librarian and SAT Preparation Workshops.NassauTEENS AND TWEENS SERVICESWEST HEMPSTEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Also offers Computers and Homework Help.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESAMAGANSETT FREE LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and programs for teens including Young Adult Advisory Committee, Live-brary, Summer Reading Club, Arts and Crafts, and Babysitting Classes.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESBABYLON PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory and programs which may include Teen Homework Center, arts and craft, cooking, book discussions, films, game nights, Teen Advisory Board and summer reading club.NassauTEEN SERVICESBALDWIN PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral Services, and Reader's Advisory for 6th-12th graders. Range of programs include: Summer Reading Club, SAT Preparation Course, Driver Safety, Young Adult Movie Night and Youth Advisory Council.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESBAYPORT-BLUE POINT PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and a range of programs including SAT review, author visits, WII Sessions, Smart Skies, book discussions, crafts and summer reading programs.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESBAY SHORE-BRIGHTWATERS PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory, and E-Reference. Programs and services may include a Teen Advisory Group, game nights, movie nights, arts and crafts, cooking and a summer reading club. I-pads and touch screen Windows PC in Teen Zone.NassauTEEN SERVICESBELLMORE MEMORIAL LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Teen Resource Center, range of programs include a pre-licensing course, lectures and workshops, E-Reference, Homework Help, Teen Advisory Group and community service opportunities. Please call for more information.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESBRENTWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory and a Youth Advisory Council. Programs may include book discussions and arts and crafts.NassauTEEN SERVICESBRYANT LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and a variety of programs. Please call for more information.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESCENTRAL ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Homework Help, Teen Advisory Board, Movie Night, Game Night, babysitting course and a range of programs including but not limited to Book Discussions, Arts and Crafts and Reading Programs. Please call for more information.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESCOLD SPRING HARBOR LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, Homework Alert and monthly teen volunteer opportunities. Programs may include arts and crafts, cooking, films and a summer reading club.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESCOMMACK PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Information, Reference and Referral Services and Readers Advisory programs for grades 5 through 12. Programs and services include but are not limited to Summer Reading Club, Babysitting Instruction, computer classes, arts and crafts, concerts, and movies.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESCONNETQUOT PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvide Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Other programs and Services include, but are not limited to, Teen Movie and a Pizza Series, Arts and Crafts, Homework Help, Getting Ready to Babysit.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESCOPIAGUE MEMORIAL PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral,Readers Advisory and Online Homework Help. Range of programs and services include, but are not limited to performances, book discussions, fitness, crafts, Battle of the Books and Summer Reading Program.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESCUTCHOGUE NEW SUFFOLK FREE LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Reader's Advisory for patrons in grades 6 to 12. Programs and services include online Homework Help, test preparation, audio book and video downloads, as well as crafts, babysitting workshops, Battle of the Books, Summer Reading Programming and volunteer opportunities. SuffolkTEEN SERVICESDEER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Reader's Advisory. Programs and services include Teen Advisory Board, Young Boaters' Course, Acting, Babysitters' Workshop, reading club and arts and crafts.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESEAST ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, and Live Librarian, and programs for grades 7 through 12. Programs and services include Assignment Assistance and computer instruction. Call for further information.NassauTEEN SERVICESELMONT PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, E-Reference and Teen Advisory Council. Programs may include arts and crafts and book discussions.NassauTEEN SERVICESFARMINGDALE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and a range of programs for children, ages 13-17, including arts and crafts, computer access, workshops and performances and films.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESFLOYD MEMORIAL LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory and a Teen Advisory-On line Resources Council. Programs may include SAT/ACT Review, Book Chats, Cooking, Exercise Classes, Teen Advisory Board & Volunteer Opportunities and a summer reading club.NassauTEEN SERVICESGLEN COVE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory and programs for grades 6 through 12. Programs and services may include, but are not limited to, Live Homework Help, Live Librarian, book discussions, crafts, cooking and gaming programs.NassauTEEN SERVICESGOLD COAST PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory, E-Reference and a Teen Advisory Board. Programs may include cooking instruction, arts and crafts, fitness instruction and a summer reading club.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESHALF HOLLOW HILLS COMMUNITY LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Programs and services include Teen Advisory Board, The Artists Cafe, computer instruction and films.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESHAMPTON BAYS PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Reader's Advisory. Programs may include Mother/Daughter Book Discussion, Homework Help Online, Games Night, arts and crafts, and a summer reading club.NassauTEEN SERVICESHENRY WALDINGER MEMORIAL LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and a range of programs including book discussion, SAT Preparation classes, Live Homework Help and Teen Advisory Committee.NassauTEEN SERVICESHEWLETT-WOODMERE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Programs may include arts and crafts, cooking and a summer reading club.NassauTEEN SERVICESHICKSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and programs, such as YA Fun Zone and book discussions.NassauTEEN SERVICESHILLSIDE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory, databases and digital downloads. Programs may include arts and crafts, book discussions and a summer reading club.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESHUNTINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Programs include Teen Advisory Board, Pizza and Movie Night, Game Night, book discussions, arts and crafts, cooking and computer instruction.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory, and a range of programs including book discussions and writing workshops.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESJOHN JERMAIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Other programs and services may include, but are not limited to, Live Homework Help, Empire Safety Council Defensive Driving, Summer Reading Program, yoga for teens and arts and crafts.NassauTEEN SERVICESLEVITTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and a range of programs including babysitting workshops, Homework Help, science programs, arts programs and safe driving. Call for more informationSuffolkTEEN SERVICESLINDENHURST MEMORIAL LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and a range of programs including Babysitter Training, Manga/Comic Drawing Workshop, games, arts and crafts and community service opportunities.NassauTEEN SERVICESLOCUST VALLEY LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, and Tutor.com . Programs include Teen Advisory Board, Chess Club, Drawing Club, arts and crafts, cooking and yoga classes, book discussions, and films, coding Youth Advisory Board..NassauTEEN SERVICESLONG BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Homework Help, and a range of programs including SAT Review, Babysitting Workshops, Pre-Licensing Class, crafts, Battle of the Books of the Books and many community service program, Please call for more information.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESLONGWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory. Programs and services include Teen Advisory Group, arts and crafts, performances and films, and a summer reading club.NassauTEEN SERVICESMALVERNE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and E-Reference. Programs include Teen Advisory Board, Teen Game Cafe, arts and crafts, films and book discussions.NassauTEEN SERVICESMASSAPEQUA PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides, Reference, Information and Referral, Teen Resource Center, driving packets for new drivers, college information packets, job, career and college counseling, and a wide range of programs including Anime Club, Camera Club, Lunch and a Movie, Illustrators Workshop, online and console video game Programs, Summer Reading Club Auction, Scavenger Hunt, Baby-Sitting Workshop, Battle of the Books/Advanced Battle of the Books, SAT Workshop, 5 Hour Pre-Licensing Course and Various Craft and Cooking Programs. Please call for more information.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESMASTICS-MORICHES-SHIRLEY COMMUNITY LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Information and Referral, Reference, Readers Advisory and E-Reference to students in grades 6-12. Also offers a variety of programs including a Teen Advisory Group, cooking classes, reading clubs and crafts.NassauTEEN SERVICESMINEOLA MEMORIAL LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Offers a wide range of programs including Summer Reading Programs, Book Buddies, Crafts, Yoga, Movies, SAT Review and Teen Advisory Board.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESNORTH BABYLON PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Homework Help, a Media Department and Readers Advisory. Offers a range of programs which may include SAT Prep, Chess and Yoga.NassauTEEN SERVICESNORTH BELLMORE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory, E-Reference and Live Librarian. Offers a range of programs which include SAT Preparation Workshops, Game Nights, book discussions, Teen Advisory Board, Author Visits, CPR and First Aid Instruction.NassauTEEN SERVICESNORTH MERRICK PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and Live Librarian. Programs and services include: Homework Help, Teen Advisory Group, Assignment Alert, arts and crafts, performances and films, and cooking.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESNORTH SHORE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and E-Reference Programs may include Arts and Crafts, Drama Club, Chess Club and a Summer Reading ProgramNassauTEEN SERVICESOCEANSIDE LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Bus Trips, Assignment Assistance, E-Reference, Homework Help, Teen Friends of the Library, Teen Advisory Council, Safe Boating Course and a range of programs. Please call for more information.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESPATCHOGUE-MEDFORD LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and Live Librarian. Offers a range of programs including workshops on the college application process.NassauTEEN SERVICESPLAINEDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory. Range of programs and services include, but are not limited to, arts and crafts, Homework Help, and review courses.NassauTEEN SERVICESPLAINVIEW-OLD BETHPAGE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Reader's Advisory. Programs may include babysitter's training, arts and crafts, cooking, book discussions, study skills, SAT Prep (fee), photography, films, a summer reading club and a teen volunteer program (TEVO).NassauTEEN SERVICESPORT WASHINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Reader's Advisory. Programs and Services include but are not limited to Youth Advisory, Book Discussion and a variety of Teen programs. Call for further details.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESQUOGUE LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Information and Referral, Reference Services, Reader's Advisory and a range of programs which include arts and crafts, gaming and much more.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESRIVERHEAD FREE LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory to young adults ages 11 and up. Also offers a range of programs which may include craft, food, and game programs along with community service opportunities.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, range of programs, SAT Preparation, NYS Young Boaters Safety Course, Babysitting Workshops, Homework Help and Road Test Pre-Licensing course. Please call for more information.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESSACHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory and programs which may include Teen Movie Night,3 D Printing Workshops arts and crafts, and book discussions.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESSAYVILLE LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory, Computers and a wide range of other programs.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESSHELTER ISLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Also offers a range of programs including Teen Advisory Board, arts and crafts, Book Cafe, film presentations and college admission workshops.NassauTEEN SERVICESSHELTER ROCK PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, E-Reference and Homework Help. Programs may include Teen Advisory Group, Regents and SAT workshops, Book Buddies and Summer Reading Program.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESSMITHTOWN LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and Homework Help, Answers 24/7. Also offers a range of programs including book discussions, arts and crafts instruction, film presentations, Teen Technology and Teen Advisory Board.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESSOUTH COUNTRY LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory. Programs and services include E-Reference, Homework Help, test preparation, Teen Advisory Board, Pizza and a Movie, Creative Writing Workshop, arts and crafts, and book discussions.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESSOUTH HUNTINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Other programs and services may include but are not limited to movies, arts and crafts, test prep classes, babysitting courses, overnight events, Summer Reading Club which includes Suffolk County's Battle of the Books, an interlibrary annual summer event.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESSOUTHOLD FREE LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Teen Resource Center, E-Reference and Homework Help.Call for additional information.NassauTEEN SERVICESSYOSSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Reader's Advisory. Range of programs includes, but not limited to, Homework Help,Arts and Crafts, Films, and SAT Preparation Workshops.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESTHE HAMPTON LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Programs include Junior Friends, Annual Poetry Reading, arts and crafts, films, book discussions, fitness and cooking.NassauTEEN SERVICESUNIONDALE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Programs and services include Homework Help, Teen Advisory Group, crafts and cooking.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESWEST BABYLON PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory and Answers 24x7. Also offers a range of programs which may include Teen Advisory Group, Friday Night Cinema, Photography and Video Game Clubs.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESWESTHAMPTON FREE LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Programs and services include Teen Advisory Group, Arts and Crafts, SAT Preparation Courses, Volunteer Programs, Babysitting Classes, Battle of the Books and Summer Reading Program.SuffolkTEEN SERVICESWEST ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICESProvide Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory. Range of programs and services include, but are not limited to arts and crafts, volunteer services, and a summer reading program.NassauTEEN SERVICESWILLISTON PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICES CENTERTeens (grades 9-12) enjoy opportunities to meet new friends, stay fit, develop leadership skills, engage in Jewish life and learning and participate in community service. Volunteer opportunities are available in a variety of programs after school and on the weekends. The Teen Services Center also has numerous academic test prep offerings: SAT, PSAT, ACT, and Regents review with NYS certified teachers.NassauTEEN SERVICES CENTERSID JACOBSON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
    TEEN SERVICES/CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Readers Advisory, live study help on line, and a range of programs which may include SAT Workshop, arts and crafts, sign language instruction, NY State Young Boater's Safety Course, Expresso Yourself, Book Discussions, Babysitting Workshops, Study Skills and Summer Reading Club.SuffolkTEEN SERVICES/CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICESCOMSEWOGUE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TEEN SERVICES/KINGS PARKProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, E-Reference and Homework Help. Programs may include book discussions, fitness instruction, summer reading club, garden club, community service volunteer opportunities and Teen Advisory Group.SuffolkKINGS PARK BUILDINGSMITHTOWN LIBRARY
    TEEN SUPPORT GROUPS/LIFE SKILLS PROGRAMOffers a safe place for teens, providing positive role models and mentors. Weekly topics discussed include self-esteem and confidence, dealing with challenges of being an adolescent, friendships and relationships, handling social pressures and school pressures, and more. Support groups meet weekly throughout the school year. A parent component provides parents of teens with support, guidance and understanding.SuffolkTEEN SUPPORT GROUPS/LIFE SKILLS PROGRAMSUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
    TEMPO GROUP YOUTH SERVICESProvides social, recreational and cultural programs for youth ages 11-18. Offers homework and tutoring assistance, community service and volunteer work Call for more information.NassauTEMPO GROUP, INC.-WOODMERETEMPO GROUP, INC.
    TENNIS CAMPOffers the perfect mix of match play, drill work, strategy sessions and off-court activities to challenge players of all levels. The program is designed to improve every facet of the game, including technical, tactical, physical and mental components under the guidance of our experienced and enthusiastic Tennis professionals. Campers - entering grades 2-10 - will be carefully grouped according to skill level and age and will be encouraged to enhance their strokes and strategies via group lessons, skill building drills organized play, target training, fitness routines and more. For Beginners and Advanced Beginners: The emphasis will be on fundamental stroke production and consistency. Campers will learn the correct mechanics of each stroke, proper court position and movement, and sound strategies for future growth and development. All of the basic techniques will be reinforced constantly through fun games, singles and doubles play, coordination exercises, and team competitions. For Intermediate and Advanced Players: Routines are specifically designed to improve and strengthen strokes to produce more reliable and effective results. Repetitions are practiced to build total self confidence and muscle memory. Physical and mental toughness will be combined with advanced strategies for singles and doubles point play and match play. For High School and Tournament Players: We will work to further refine stroke production, power, intensity, focus and match play skills. We will work diligently to overcome weaknesses so players are ready to move up to the next level on a team or in the rankings. Campers will also concentrate on physical conditioning, mental toughness, and plenty of match play. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkTENNIS CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    TENNIS INSTRUCTION PROGRAMSOffers tennis instruction for beginner through advanced, throughout the year. Provides one hour of instruction weekly for children and adults. Various locations throughout town.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    TENNIS PROGRAMSOperates tennis clinic offering complete program of eight one-hour lessons for beginners/advanced beginners ages 5 years old to adult. Operates four 12 to 16 hour tennis camps: Junior Development Camp for players with some prior instruction, Advanced Camp for Junior Varsity or Varsity level players, Adult Camp for adults with some prior instruction, and Adult Mini-Camp (shortened schedule). Organizes summer tennis leagues for men and women 18 years or older, and tennis tournaments for various age levels. Call early for information and to register.SuffolkTENNIS PROGRAMSSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    TEST PREPARATIONOffers test preparation courses. Sample course offerings include: NYPD Police Officer Entrance Exam Preparation; New High School Equivalency (TASC) Math Review (Previously GED); S.A.T. Review Math Skills Course; S.A.T. Review For The New Sat I – Critical Reading and Writing; CLEP & DSST; Teas Review Course and Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS). Nassau Community College is a public test site for anyone needing to take the TEAS exam. The exam is computer-based, with scores available the day of the test. Register, schedule and pay for the exam at www.atitesting.com. The Community Testing Center, is our computer based test center which provides a centralized, proctored test environment for TEAS, high school equivalency testing, CLEP, DSST, workforce certifications, healthcare certification exams from NAHP The National Association of HealthCare Professionals https://nahpusa.com/about_us.php; MedCa Medical Career Assessments http://www.medcainc.com/ and PAN assessments https://www.panpowered.com/. Certification will be issued according to certifying organization guidelines. For more information on exams and scheduling contact 516.572.7699. Also offered is College Financial Aid for Long Islanders and Earn Your High School Equivalency Diploma. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauTEST PREPARATIONNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFELONG LEARNING
    THE BEACON PROGRAMFormerly called the Excelsior Program, will now be referred to as The Beacon Program, Illuminating the Pathway to College and Career for High School Students. The Beacon Program offers a concurrent enrollment program that allows high school juniors and seniors to take the College's courses at their high school campus during their regular school hours, while simultaneously working toward high school graduation. College credits earned through the Beacon Program can be applied toward high school graduation and accepted at the College or transferred to a multitude of other colleges and universities. Enrollment in a course offered through the Beacon Program generates an official college academic transcript for each student. Acceptance of credit for college-level course work is under the domain of the receiving colleges and universities. The program is designed to provide curricular opportunity and enhancement of the college experience, but not its replacement. Therefore, students may enroll in no more than 30 college credits earned through the Beacon Program. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkTHE BEACON PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    THE CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAMProvides educational programs including vocational training, physical therapy, occupational therapy, physical education, speech/language services, psychological services, family services, nursing services, community integration and transitional planning for students with autism, intellectual disabilities, multiple handicaps, or developmental disabilities.NassauTHE CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAMTHE CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, INC.
    THEFT RESISTANT YOUTH (TRY)Provides education and support for youth who have been arrested for/caught shopliftingSuffolkTHEFT RESISTANT YOUTH (TRY)SUNSHINE PREVENTION CENTER FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES
    THE STONY BROOK SCHOOL-SUMMER PROGRAMSProvides various summer programs for children 1st through 12th grades. Extended day care available. Programs include Sound Learning Programs, Marine and Environmental Programs, Specialty Programs, Sports Camps, Tutorial, Counseling In Training, and SAT Prep. Call for schedule and further information. Programs are Christian based but campers of all faiths are welcome. Walk in.SuffolkTHE STONY BROOK SCHOOL-SUMMER PROGRAMSTHE STONY BROOK SCHOOL-SUMMER PROGRAMS
    THE TREVOR HELPLINEOffers 24 hour toll free helpline that promotes tolerance and provides support to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered youth.THE TREVOR HELPLINETHE TREVOR PROJECT
    THREE VILLAGE SUMMER RECREATION AND TRAVEL PROGRAMOffers age appropriate games, sports, quiet games, swim activities and arts and crafts. Conducts special events and field trips at additional cost. Offers travel program for students grades 7-9. Extended child care, hot lunch program and tennis lessons all offered for additional charge. Call for more information. For further information or guidance in the selection and location of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkTHREE VILLAGE SUMMER RECREATION AND TRAVEL PROGRAMTHREE VILLAGE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
    TOBIAS BISCHOF SOCCER TRAININGOffers a one-day clinic is designed to provide an opportunity to female high school aged soccer players to be instructed by a collegiate coaching staff in a competitive atmosphere. This clinic will include a Q&A with current collegiate soccer players and a three hour training session broken down into skill work, small sided play, and 11v11 scrimmaging. This clinic is open to any and all high school aged female soccer players. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkTOBIAS BISCHOF SOCCER TRAININGSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    TRACK AND FIELD CAMPOffers skills instruction, practice in all track and field events supervised by Smithtown coaches. Groups campers by age and/or ability. Requires sneakers, suggests shorts and T-shirts.SuffolkTRACK AND FIELD CAMPSMITHTOWN RECREATION DEPARTMENT
    TRAINING AND EDUCATIONProvides training and education programs to the community through workshops and seminars on human sexuality. Goals include strengthening parent-child communication skills, educating adolescents about sexual decision making and responsibility, and providing prevention education on a broad spectrum of health problems, including AIDS.NassauTRAINING AND EDUCATIONPLANNED PARENTHOOD OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.
    TRANSITION TO WORKProvides vocationally oriented training for high school students. Summer schedules also available. Call for further information.NassauTRANSITION TO WORKTHE REHABILITATION INSTITUTE
    TUTORINGTrains and supervises adults and mature high school and college students to tutor children experiencing learning problems. Requests patient, understanding volunteers able to commit at least once a week.NassauTUTORINGNORTH SHORE CHILD AND FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER
    TUTORING/POWER HOURProvides after school homework help and assistance by staff members. Tutoring provided by qualified volunteers.NassauTUTORING/POWER HOURHICKSVILLE TEENAGE COUNCIL, INC.
    TWEENS SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, and a range of programs for tweens in 5th-8th grade. Call for further information.NassauTWEENS SERVICESFRANKLIN SQUARE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    TWILIGHT ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLProvides an alternative setting in the late afternoon for students who have not succeeded in the traditional educational setting. The program gives teenagers the necessary tools to either return successfully to their home high schools, or to complete their high school requirements, while helping them prepare for post-secondary education or employment. Students attend this Regents-based program in the late afternoon in their home school district. Students receive strong educational support, as classes are small and largely focused on the students. Programs are currently available in: Baldwin; Bellmore-Merrick (HSE Only); East Rockaway; Freeport; Glen Cove (HSE and ELL Only); Hewlett-Woodmere; Hicksville; Massapequa and Uniondale. Call for more detailed information.NassauTWILIGHT ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOLNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
    USDAN CENTER FOR THE CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTSProvides a creative performing arts summer day center for children and teens ages 4-18. Classes include: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Cartooning, Creative Writing, Chess, Chorus, Piano, Computer Graphics, Ceramics, Jewelry, Sculpture, Orchestra, Band, Musical Theater, Nature, Ecology & Design. Offers scholarships and tuition assistance. Usdan is chartered by the Regents of the State of New York. Call for more information.SuffolkUSDAN CENTER FOR THE CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTSUSDAN CENTER FOR THE CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS
    VOLLEYBALL CAMPOffers a program is that designed for girls entering grades 4-10 of all levels to develop and improve the necessary skills and concepts of the game to reach their goals. Volleyball camps offer the perfect opportunity to fine tune skills ahead of the school season. Experienced and passionate coaches will help you master the fundamentals, develop proper mechanics and gain game play experience. The curriculum focuses on all facets of the game and offers personal and small group instruction throughout the week to prepare for the game environment. Future Stars Summer Camps programs at Farmingdale State College are permitted to operate by Suffolk County Dept.of.Health. All programs take place on campus. Campers have the option to enjoy a daily lunch program with hot and cold menu choices as they eat in the comfortable air-conditioned cafeteria. Campers have the option for daily “water-park” and “game tent” activities under the supervision of our experienced staff. Call for dates, prices and detailed information.SuffolkVOLLEYBALL CAMPFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    VOLLEYBALL CAMPOffering All Skills Camp, Attacking Camp, Setting Camp, Libero Camp, Elite Camp and Satellite Camp. The All Skills Camp is designed for players of all levels ranging from beginner to varsity level entering grades 6-12. Campers will receive 12 hours of skills instruction covering the six main skills needed to become a successful volleyball player. Skills will be taught in both individual and team settings. We will also discuss what it takes what it takes to be a collegiate athlete and other important topics for today’s athletes. At the Attacking Camp athletes will learn from transitioning off the net to a powerful approach to a multi-directional arm swing, campers grades 6-12 can expect to learn every facet of attacking from Coach Bullock. You will learn to see the block as you jump, which will decide whether you attack down the line, seam, or angle. At Setting Camp: This camp will include two skilled and technique packed sessions led by Stony Brook Head Volleyball Coach Kristin Belzung. Coach Belz, campers grades 6-12 will focus on hand position, body posture, footwork patterns, release, location, and decision making. Libero Camp: This camp will be broken into serve receive skills and defensive skills during the two sessions. Coach Neef will put strong emphasis on body position, footwork, platform examination, various digging techniques, advanced floor skills, and ball handling techniques for serve receive and defense for campers grades 6-12. The Elite Camp is recommended for athletes with multiple years of club volleyball experience, high school athletes, and players that are expecting to play volleyball at the collegiate level. You will experience two intense days of college level instruction that will resemble training sessions and drills used in the Stony Brook Volleyball Program daily. Satellite Camps: If your time is short and you can’t get away don’t worry, we will come to you. We can bring our camps to your school or club. We will tailor our satellite camps to meet each program’s specific goals and needs. Camp length and training will be uniquely designed for each. Call for more detailed information regarding each camp offered.SuffolkVOLLEYBALL CAMPS & CLINICSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    VOLUNTEERINGVolunteers assist in patient-related and non-patient related activities in various service areas and departments of the Hospital. Applicants must meet hospital's basic health and immunization standards.NassauVOLUNTEERINGWINTHROP UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESOffers junior and adult volunteer opportunities at the medical center. Individuals can volunteer in various departments, at the ICU help-desk, helping with patients, and working in offices.NassauVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESNASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESSILO needs volunteers who enjoy being part of a team of all different people. Volunteers should have some of the following skills: Technology: Keep our IT running as efficiently as possible. Tasks include PC repair, networking, publication layout, and Web development. Maintenance: Keeping our space clean and professional for everyone. Whether you scrub desks, sweep floors, landscape, help with the trash, you are a valued member of our team. Park And Trails Assessment: Determining the accessibility of local parks and trails. This opportunity is for those who love the outdoors. Will train. Special Projects: Assist us in helping the Town of Brookhaven determine their access. Fund Raising Assistants/Development: Help SILO fulfill and expand its mission of delivering the most comprehensive services available. No experience necessary, must have enthusiasm and call us.SuffolkVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESSUFFOLK INDEPENDENT LIVING ORGANIZATION (SILO)
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESSeeking volunteers for planning and running fundraisers, landscaping maintenance and handyman chores on houses for homeless families.SuffolkVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESWYANDANCH HOMES AND PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
    WANTAGH DAY TREATMENT PROGRAMProvides daily mental health services in conjunction with BOCES special education. Specific mental health services include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, psychopharmacology, psychological, psychiatric and social assessment, crisis intervention, and case management.NassauWANTAGH DAY TREATMENT PROGRAMSAGAMORE CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRIC CENTER
    WAVERLY AVENUE CLINICProvides individual counseling, family counseling, psychopharmacology, crisis intervention, and diagnostic assessment.SuffolkWAVERLY AVENUE CLINICSAGAMORE CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRIC CENTER
    WEIGHT MANAGEMENT CENTERProvides a unique program designed for adolescents and their family who are committed to losing weight but who have had poor results with conventional diets or summer camps. The goals of the program are to help pre-teens and teens reach and maintain their ideal weight while making healthy lifestyle changes. ON TARGET offers a medically supervised 12 month program that promotes weight loss, and enables the family to develop a supportive home environment, which significantly improves the chances of long term success.NassauWEIGHT MANAGEMENT CENTER COHEN CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTER NORTHWELL HEALTH
    WEST BABYLON COMMUNITY YOUTH CENTERProvides recreational programs for boys and girls 6 years to 16 years of age living in the community offering basketball, deck hockey, volleyball, lacrosse and sports clinics, depending on the season. Registration required. Call for more information.SuffolkWEST BABYLON COMMUNITY YOUTH CENTERWEST BABYLON COMMUNITY YOUTH CENTER
    WILDERNESS RESPITE PROGRAMProvides full day outdoor programs of hiking and wilderness challenges for at risk adolescents. Groups travel by van to State and County Parks. Call for further information.NassauWILDERNESS RESPITE PROGRAMNORTH SHORE CHILD AND FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER
    WISE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMProvides multi-faceted programs designed for young women who show academic promise or interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through collaboration with Eastern Suffolk BOCES. WISE aims to encourage young women to pursue STEM by linking Stony Brook University graduate and faculty mentors with to high school students. Mentors work closely with H.S. WISE students in their field of expertise to provide hands-on experiences. H.S. WISE is a three-year program that focuses on a different aspect of STEM learning and research each year. Program highlights include: 10 two-hour sessions at Stony Brook University; STEM educational enrichment program; WISE University Mentoring by faculty and graduate students; Research opportunities; Field Trips - Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Stony Brook Southampton - SoMAS; Career Speakers; Capstone Event and Invitation to WISE and Stony Brook University events - Engineering Day, The Empowerment Project, ect. Call for more detailed information. SuffolkWISE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    WOMEN'S HEALTH SERVICESProvides breast health services including low dosage mammography, stereotactic biopsy, self exam tips and bone density testing. Offers a lecture series on topics important to women. Produces a newsletter highlighting concerns of teens to adult women.SuffolkWOMEN'S HEALTH SERVICESBROOKHAVEN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER
    YOUNG ADULT CONGREGATE (SUPERVISED GROUP HOMES)Offers training in daily living skills, socialization, medication management and training, health services, assertiveness/self advocacy training, community integration/resource development, rehabilitation counseling, skill development services, parent training, symptom management and substance abuse services. One wheelchair accessible bed available. Specific staff qualifications.NassauYOUNG ADULT CONGREGATE (SUPERVISED GROUP HOMES)SOUTH SHORE ASSOCIATION FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING, INC.
    YOUNG ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory and Teen Advisory Council. Programs may include arts and crafts, cooking and computer classes.NassauYOUNG ADULT SERVICESFLORAL PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUNG ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, Homework Help, and a range of programs for young adults 13 years and older. Call for further information.NassauYOUNG ADULT SERVICESFRANKLIN SQUARE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUNG ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Reader's Advisory. Programs may include arts and crafts, reading clubs, cooking, and films.NassauYOUNG ADULT SERVICESGARDEN CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUNG ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory. Range of programs and services include, but are not limited to, Arts and Crafts, Teen Advisory Board, Book Buddies, Battle of the Books, Reading Clubs, and Cell Phone Buddies.SuffolkYOUNG ADULT SERVICESHAUPPAUGE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUNG ADULT SERVICESOffers residents in grades 6-12 with a wide range of programs, including arts and crafts, cooking, computers, teen yoga and teen advisory group. Offers a collection featuring young adult fiction, non-fiction books, graphic novels and online databases and comics. Free Tutor.com available to students with a Nassau County library card.NassauYOUNG ADULT SERVICESHEMPSTEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUNG ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory. Range of programs and services include, but are not limited to, film presentations, arts and crafts, and game nights.NassauYOUNG ADULT SERVICESMANHASSET PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUNG ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory to students in grades 6-12. Range of programs and services include, but are not limited to, a Teen Advisory Board, arts and crafts, and Homework Help.NassauYOUNG ADULT SERVICESOYSTER BAY-EAST NORWICH PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUNG ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory. Range of programs and services include, but are not limited to arts and crafts and cooking classes.NassauYOUNG ADULT SERVICESSEAFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUNG ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral and Readers Advisory. Range of programs and services include, but are not limited to, arts and crafts, fitness, lectures, travel discussions and a Teen Advisory Board.NassauYOUNG ADULT SERVICESWANTAGH PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUNG ADULT SUPPORT GROUPProvides a support group for individuals age 18-40 years coping with cancer as well as therapeutic support and professional counseling. Call for an appointment. Referral required. Serves Nassau and Suffolk counties.NassauYOUNG ADULT SUPPORT GROUPMERCY MEDICAL CENTER
    YOUTH ACTIVITIESOffers youth programs such as bus trips to sporting events and amusement parks, aerobics, bicycle safety, golf lessons, horseback riding, playground program, salt water fishing, and tennis lessons. Will make referrals to other community youth activities.SuffolkRECREATION DEPARTMENTTOWN OF SOUTHOLD
    YOUTH/ADULT PARTICIPATION PROJECTProvides youth leadership training using youth empowerment, youth/adult partnership, appreciating diversity, education, and community service learning. Offers assistance, training, and support to agencies and schools. Call for more information.NassauYOUTH/ADULT PARTICIPATION PROJECTNASSAU COUNTY YOUTH BOARD
    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.
    YOUTH BUREAUProvides technical assistance, research, planning, program development and funding for community based youth service agencies. Also provides information and referral for the general public. Administers youth programs in Suffolk County including runaway, transitional independent living.SuffolkYOUTH BUREAUSUFFOLK COUNTY YOUTH BUREAU
    YOUTH BUREAUPlans, coordinates and evaluates the activities of public, private and nonprofit agency services devoted to youth under age 21 within the town. To accomplish this, the Youth Bureau finds three community-based youth service agencies. They provide counseling, tutoring, mentoring, job readiness, after school program, leadership programs, volunteer activities, drop-in lounge, open gyms and summer day and evening programs. The Youth Bureau also oversees the Islip Town Runaway and Homeless Youth Programs.SuffolkYOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF ISLIP
    YOUTH BUREAUSeeks to promote the physical, mental and social well being of youth in the town of Southold. Through collaboration and partnerships with youth, parents, schools, libraries, forth based institutions and agencies that serve youth. The Youth Bureau fosters proactive planning and coordination of services and programs to address the many needs of youth and their families.SuffolkYOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF SOUTHOLD
    YOUTH BUREAU/YOUTH INSTITUTEResponsible for the coordination of youth programs in Babylon as well as providing funding for nine community based organizations throughout the town.SuffolkYOUTH BUREAU/YOUTH INSTITUTETOWN OF BABYLON
    YOUTH CENTERServices for youth ages 5-18 include Drop-In Lounge, arts and crafts, recreation and sports activities, Travel Basketballl Program, open gym, informal counseling, homework help, trips, and referrals.SuffolkYOUTH CENTERDEER PARK COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION, INC.
    YOUTH COUNCILInvolves teens to implement ideas in response to the needs of youth and work in cooperation with town representatives and local agencies. Offers a place for youth to become involved in policy making and program development for children, youth and family services in their own communities.SuffolkHOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICES-DIVISION OF YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    YOUTH COUNCILOffers ten-week leadership training program for youth ages 13-18. Meets monthly for workshops and special planning.NassauYOUTH COUNCILLITTIG HOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.
    YOUTH COUNCILOffers a place for middle and high school age youth to meet weekly and share their ideas and concerns, as well as plan relevant, age-appropriate trips, activities and programs for themselves and their peers. Call for more information.NassauYOUTH COUNCILMANHASSET/GREAT NECK ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL
    YOUTH COUNCILProvides local youth with the opportunity to participate in positive alternative activities in the community. Also offers a place to socialize, learn new skills, meet new people and have fun while helping themselves and others.Also provides school supplies and backpacks when available.SuffolkYOUTH COUNCILPATCHOGUE-MEDFORD YOUTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
    YOUTH COUNSELINGOffers a supervision program for at-risk, pre-teen and youngsters under the age of 16. Focuses on establishing a discipline structure within the family with parenting skills offered. Supervised study group for at-risk juveniles failing subjects. Youth counselors function as parent advocate for juveniles needing services of the Justice and/or Mental Health System. Program is for parents and children together.JUVENILE AID BUREAUTOWN OF RIVERHEAD
    YOUTH COURTTrains specially recruited teens from the Town of Brookhaven to serve as court members. Focus on court proceedings, sentencing hearings and determinations for adjudicated youth through the Department of Probation. Referral by Department of Probation or school district required.SuffolkYOUTH COURTBOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF THE BELLPORT AREA
    YOUTH DIRECTIONS AND ALTERNATIVES CYAProvides recreational, educational, employment and counseling programs for youth ages 10-21 in the communities of Northport, East Northport, Harborfields, and Elwood. Each CYA is organized regionally by school district and develops programs based on specific needs of their respective school districts and neighborhoods.SuffolkTOWN YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMServes the community youth by disseminating employment information to any appropriate agency or individual who may supply young people with employment opportunities. Offers a preparation for employment program to help youth gather information and learn skills needed to begin making career choices. Call for more information.NassauYOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMGATEWAY YOUTH OUTREACH, INC.
    YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICESProvides summer youth employment opportunities, employment workshops, and job training workshops. Call for further information.NassauYOUTH BUREAUCITY OF GLEN COVE
    YOUTH FELLOWSHIPOffers church sponsored youth program which includes Bible study, fun activities, community service projects, and counseling. For children 7th-12th grades. Do not have to be members of church.SuffolkYOUTH FELLOWSHIPMATTITUCK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
    YOUTH PROGRAMSOffers youth programs including 4-H Babysitting Workshop, and Saturday morning youth program.SuffolkRECREATION DEPARTMENTTOWN OF SOUTHOLD
    YOUTH SERVICESServices include registration, assessment, individual service strategy, tutoring, study skills training, alternative school, summer employment, work experience, internships, job shadowing, occupational skills training, leadership development activities, community service, peer centered activities, supportive services, adult mentoring, follow-up services, guidance and counseling, drug and alcohol abuse counseling and referral. Additional sites at Long Beach, Hicksville and Freeport.NassauYOUTH SERVICESHEMPSTEADWORKS
    YOUTH SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, and Readers Advisory.NassauYOUTH SERVICESROOSEVELT PUBLIC LIBRARY
    YOUTH SERVICESThe American Red Cross of Long Island partners with middle schools, high schools, and colleges through the Red Cross Clubs program. The Clubs are organized groups of youth volunteers dedicated to supporting the mission of the American Red Cross in their school and community. The program provides club members with meaningful opportunities to serve their community and develop leadership skills. Student leaders plan and implement school-and-community based service projects, such as organizing blood drives and providing disaster preparedness education.NassauYOUTH SERVICESTHE AMERICAN RED CROSS ON LONG ISLAND
    YOUTH TEST PREPARATIONOffers customized, comprehensive courses, taught by certified instructors, that are designed to help students improve test scores on the PSAT, SAT, and the Catholic High School Entrance Exams. Course Offerings: Algebra 2 Regents Preparation; Earth Science (The Physical Setting) Regents Prep; Living Environment Regents Prep; Chemistry Regents Prep; Algebra 1 Common Core Regents Review Course; Catholic High School Entrance Exam Preparation; SAT and ACT Prep; Geometry Regents Preparation; Global History Regents Prep and US History Regents Prep; Global History Regents 1 Day Prep; US History Regents Prep 1 Day Prep; Algebra 1 Common Core 1 Day Prep; Geometry Common Core 1 Day Prep; Algebra 2/Trigonometry 1 Day Prep; Earth Science (The Physical Setting) Regents 1 Day Prep; Living Environment Regents 1 Day Prep and Chemistry Regents 1 Day Prep. Courses vary each semester. Call for more detailed information.NassauYOUTH TEST PREPARATIONHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION
    YUMA ATHLETIC CLUBFosters growth and development of youth through organized practices and games in the sports of baseball and softball in Shirley and its surrounding communities. E-mail or visit the website for additional information.SuffolkYUMA ATHLETIC CLUBYUMA ATHLETIC CLUB

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