Community Services

Contact Information for Help and/or Advocacy on Long Island: Emergency Programs

Nassau County Housing Agencies

Suffolk County Housing Agencies

211longisland.org - Free, online directory of health and human service agencies and programs in Nassau and Suffolk counties.

Learn more about Long Island rental assistance programs: www.211longisland.org Search “rental assistance”

NYLAG – Legal Services for Sandy related issues.

PSEG – Long Island Connections – Information for Community Advocates

Debt Counseling/Financial Planning Nassau - Family & Children’s Association (516) 485-3425

Suffolk – Family Service League (631) 427-3700 ext. 264

Community Development Corporation - (631) 471-1215 ext. 0133

Department of Social Services – Emergency After Hours Nassau - (516) 572-3134 Suffolk – (631) 854-9100

Department of Social Services – Commissioner’s Response Nassau - (516) 227-7405, 7474 Suffolk – (631) 854-9935 Facilitated Enrollers for Medicaid/Family Health Plus Health & Welfare Council – (516) 483-1110 ext. 428 Nassau Suffolk Hospital Council – (631) 656-9783

Nassau Department of Health- Heat Complaints – (516) 571-3679

Nassau County Office of Consumer Affairs - (516) 571-2600

Suffolk County Office of Consumer Affairs - (631) 853-4600

Veterans Assistance United States Department of Veterans Affairs

Nassau County Veterans Service Agency – (516) 572-6560

Suffolk County Veterans Service Agency – (631) 853-8387

Babylon Vet Center – (631) 661-3930 Nassau Vet Center – (516) 348-0088

Stateside Legal - Legal help for military members, veterans and their families

Help For Those Formerly Incarcerated - Breaking Barriers is a student run service for formerly incarcerated Suffolk County residents who are experiencing problems in reentering society and the workforce. For assistance email barriers@tourolaw.edu
EAC Transitional Services – The Transitional Case Management Program offers support for incarcerated individuals transitioning back to the community who have a mental health diagnosis.