PARENTS FOR MEGAN'S LAW - Crime Victims Center
For victims of child sexual abuse and adult victims of sexual assault (including free counseling, advocacy, courtroom and medical appointment accompaniment) and direct support services for all elderly, minor and disabled victims of any crime and all victims of violent crime including: survivors of homicide; victims of assault, domestic and dating violence, stalking, robbery, vehicular crime, confrontational burglary, kidnapping, human trafficking, arson, terrorism, and other violent crime.
1 (888) ASK-PFML (275-7365)
1 (631) 689-2672
24 hour Hotline:
Hate Crime Hotline:
Sex Offender Tip line Call:
1 (855) PFML TIP (736-5847)
Fax: (631) 689-751-1695
Suffolk County Office of Women's Services
Suffolk County Women's Services is a County agency which serves women in all walks of life, at all times and passages in their lives. This is done through a number of services that are free and available to everyone. The Helpline offers information, referrals to resources for further help, and emotional support. The Helpline is bilingual, calls can be anonymous, confidentiality is respected.The Women's Helpline is available from 8:30AM-4:30PM, Monday through Friday.
ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES
Adult protective Services investigates referrals of abuse, neglect and financial exploitation of adults aged 18 years and older. Assesses the need, and arranges for or provides services to families and individuals. These services are also for persons who are physically/mentally impaired or harmed or threatened with harm by the actions of themselves or others, including their families, have unmet essential needs such as food, clothing, shelter and/or medical care, and have no one able or willing to help. Special attention is given to victims of elder abuse or elder neglect:
EDUCATION AND ASSISTANCE CORPORATION
Assist when children who have been physically or sexually abused, senior citizens needing support, people struggling with substance abuse and/or mental illness, youth in the foster care system, persons on public assistance seeking financial independence, adults and youth who are under or unemployed, individuals needing help to mediate disputes.
Federal Employment Guidance Services, Inc.
The organization now serves as a safety net for individuals and families, providing a wide range of services that allow people to live healthy, fulfilling, and productive lives responsive to the diverse needs of individuals, families and communities, business, and society.
Long Island GLBT Services Network (Gay & Lesbian Youth)
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Network operates Long Island’s three community centers for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community: in Nassau, The Center at Woodbury; in Suffolk, The Center at Bay Shore; and on the East End, The Hamptons GLBT Center.
These community centers are a safe space and life-changing resource for the tens of thousands of LGBT and ally individuals who pass through the doors each year. In addition to regularly-scheduled programs and services each week, the centers offer public spaces for people of all ages to relax, hang out, study, work, or simply meet new people. Special events and gatherings help to unite Long Islanders of all different backgrounds and identities.
Community Education and Training Program at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Network (The Network)
Is to create safer, more supportive GLBT-affirming spaces for GLBT people. This goal is accomplished by delivering educational workshops and trainings for a variety of audiences. Through three of The Network’s organizations, Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY), The Long Island LGBT Community Center (The Center), and Services and Advocacy for LGBT Elders – Long Island (SAGE-LI), The Network has been creating and facilitating LGBT sensitivity workshops and trainings for the greater Long Island community for more than 21 years.
Herstory Writers Workshop
Herstory Writers Workshop provides opportunities through guided memoir writing that empower people from all walks of life (regardless of age, race, religion, financial status or sexual orientation, whether incarcerated or free) to turn their intimate stories into works of art crafted so that others can hear. Herstory is committed to providing an environment of intensive instruction which, in addition to creating literary works, upholds our values of empathy, inclusiveness, self-guided healing, safety and the search for social change in the expression of voices that historically have been most profoundly silenced.
Is a stand for the well-being and development of Latina immigrant women on Long Island. Our mission is to raise and unite our voices and to be heard and recognized in social, governmental and political systems. We strive to nurture and improve self-esteem, physical and emotional security, legal status and economic independence by way of information, friendship, capacity building workshops, guidance, advocacy, community organization and legal representation.