Contact Us

Frank Krotschinsky, Esq.

North County Complex, Bldg. 158
Veterans Memorial Highway,
PO Box 6100
Hauppauge, NY 11788-0099

Phone: (631) 853-8333
Hours: Monday - Friday
              9:00am - 4:30pm

Office for People with Disabilities

Mission Statement:

The primary mission of the Suffolk County Office of Handicapped Services is to work for the benefit of Suffolk County's 283,000 people with disabilities. Office responsibilities include: coordinating County services for people with disabilities; developing programs that assist people with disabilities in becoming more self sufficient; advocating for changes to resolve issues facing the disabled; provide information and referrals for County residents with disabilities; and provide specialized services not available through other County departments. In addition, the Office ensures County government compliance with federal mandates under the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Rehabilitation Act.

***Seasonal Information--Snow Removal Information for Handicapped Individuals**

Click here for more information about Snow Removal Information for Handicapped Individuals 

Please be advised that the Town of East Hampton Youth Services DOES NOT have any snow removal programs/services as was previously stated in an earlier bulletin (See above).  We regret any inconvenience this may have caused.

Register for Emergency Services:
Interested in receiving assistance during an emergency, click here to learn more about Joint Emergency Evacuation Program (J.E.E.P.).

Weekend Respite Program at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck in Center Moriches, is once again offering its weekend respite program, for campers with physical and developmental disabilities. Children up to the age of 21 can arrive on Friday evening and leave on Sunday afternoon. The weekend respite program runs until June. Up to 14 campers will be admitted for each weekend. During those weekends, the camp will be staffed by five counselors and camp nurse.
Click here for more information about the Weekend Respite Program at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck