Center for Advocacy Support Transformation (CAST)
Since 1965, CAST has been serving low-income individuals and families on the North Fork of Long Island. CAST helps struggling community members meet their basic needs in the areas of nutrition, clothing, energy, employment, and education.
Crime Victims Center
Compassionate and comprehensive support services for child and adult victims of sexual assault, victims of domestic violence, and all victims of violent crime.
Eastern Suffolk BOCES
Eastern Suffolk BOCES, an inclusive educational cooperative of 51 Long Island school districts, provides regional leadership and advocacy, direct instruction, management, and support through quality, cost-effective instructional programs, and shar
Empire Justice Center
Services for tenants who are not eligible for Nassau Suffolk Law Services.
Family Service League
FSL is a social service agency that provides support and security to our Long Island neighbors who need it most.
Find out if you qualify for Home Energy Assistance (HEAP).
Island Harvest Food Bank is a leading hunger-relief organization with a mission to end hunger and reduce food waste on Long Island.
Food pantry in Riverhead, NY.
L.I. Against Domestic Violence
L.I. Against Domestic Violence provides a range of services that help over 14,000 Long Island adults and children each year to escape from abusive relationships and build new lives.
Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry
LOAVES & FISHES provides food and referral support to people in need in our community. Volunteers deliver to the recipients on the first and third Friday of the month.
Long Island Addiction Resource Center
Make the Connection
Make the Connection is a site that has hundreds of stories from Veterans about their experiences on a variety of topics. They share their stories for others to listen to and know they are not alone in what they are going through.
Maureen’s Haven Homeless Outreach is dedicated to supporting the homeless on the East End of Long Island.
Nassau Suffolk Law Services
We are highly experienced in poverty law and, from our beginnings, have focused on cases dealing with the survival needs of people with low incomes, involving shelter, food, healthcare, and family issues.