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    Individuals or families whose annual income is between 150 and 200% of poverty level for their family size.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Advocacy ServicesAdvocates for the legal rights and the change of legislation regarding issues which impact the poor immigrants in New York state, and find just cause when local or county government is not correcting a problem.WestchesterIMMIGRATION RIGHTS ADVOCACYEMPIRE JUSTICE CENTER-WHITE PLAINS
    AFFORDABLE HOMES PROGRAMProvides the opportunity to make home ownership a reality for people who are unable to purchase a home on Long Island without financial assistance. Provides grants (forgiveable after 10 years) to qualified applicants. Non-eligible applicants receive free credit/mortgage counseling.SuffolkCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMTOWN OF BABYLON
    AHORA SIOffers structured tutorial sessions and recreational activities for middle and high school youth and their families. Also facilitates parent/teacher meeting and provides workshops for students and parents covering topics towards the enhancement of intellectual capacity and human development skills of the participants. Supportive social services are available to families of the participants.NassauAHORA SILA FUERZA UNIDA, INC.
    Animal Support ServicesThe society will spay or neuter low-income cat or pit bull owner's pets.AlbanySPAY AND NEUTER PROGRAMMOHAWK HUDSON HUMANE SOCIETY (MHHS)
    Benefits Assistance ServicesProvides information for people with questions about HEAP, Food stamps (SNAP), Temporary Assistance, denied benefits, and other benefits-related issues.AlbanyHEAP, FOOD STAMPS OR TEMPORARY ASSISTANCENEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF TEMPORARY AND DISABILITY ASSISTANCE
    BRIDGEHAMPTON HEAD START AT CMEEProvides a comprehensive early childhood development program for children ages 3-5 of low income families, as well as family support services. Specific education, health and social services objectives focus on cognitive and intellectual development, physical and mental health, as well as the nutritional needs of the child. For further information and 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 Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkBRIDGEHAMPTON HEAD START AT CMEELONG ISLAND HEAD START
    BURIALSCovers basic burial costs for recipients of Temporary Assistance, stillborn infants, or any person found dead in the county who is not under the jurisdiction of another social services district. Funeral director must be notified at initial contact that a social service funeral is being requested.SuffolkSMITHTOWN CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    CAMP PROGRAMProvides allowance towards the expense of overnight or daytime summer camps for children of parents who are receiving Family Assistance (FA) or foster care children who meet the age/physical requirements of the appropriate camp. Children receiving Protective or Preventive Services may also be eligible. Call for more information and application.SuffolkRONKONKOMA OFFICESUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    Case/Care Management ServicesCATHOLIC CHARITIES TRI-COUNTY SERVICES REACH, CoNSERNS-U and the Food Pantry offer case management and support to low income individuals and families in order to offset conditions of poverty and under-employment or unemployment. Program assists individuals with utilities payments, transportation and prescription/medication payment assistance.RensselaerCASE MANAGEMENT LOW INCOME FAMILIESCATHOLIC CHARITIES TRI-COUNTY SERVICES
    CHILDREN'S BREAKFAST FOOD TRUCKSOffers a mobile breakfast program with free grab and go, shelf-stable breakfasts to children under the age of 18 when Nassau and Suffolk County schools are closed. Locations, days and times of mobile food trucks are announced monthly on licares.orgSuffolkCHILDREN'S BREAKFAST FOOD TRUCKSLONG ISLAND CARES, INC., THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK
    CITIZENSHIP WORKSProvides easy-to-use online tools to help low and moderate income individuals answer important questions about their eligibility for naturalization, better understand the naturalization process, and prepare for the naturalization tests. Also provides online tools and resources for nonprofits that offer free or low cost naturalization application services. Intake/application procedure online only.CITIZENSHIP WORKSCITIZENSHIP WORKS
    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
    CONSORTIUM HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMProvides low interest loans and deferred payment loans to repair residential structures through local municipalities program. For specific details on this program, please call the Community Development Office.SuffolkCONSORTIUM HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    CONSUMER ADVOCACY PROGRAMProvides services of consumer advocates to persons applying for various social assistance programs. All services are confidential. Customers can be referred to the Consuer Advocate for their area by calling 1-800-930-5003. Advocates cover both Nassau and Suffolk Counties.CONSUMER ADVOCACY PROGRAMNATIONAL GRID
    CONSUMER ADVOCACY PROGRAMProvides services of consumer advocates to persons applying for various social assistance programs.All services are confidential.SuffolkCONSUMER ADVOCACY PROGRAMPSEG LONG ISLAND
    DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICESImproves substandard living conditions and revitalizes commercial centers, establishes programs to provide employment training and to prevent and treat problems of the disadvantaged,advises town government on policies for new and improved services, and facilities and manages and coordinates homesteading and other federal and state housing programs.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    DRESS FOR SUCCESS BROOKHAVENProvides work-related clothing to low income women seeking employment. Women are referred to this program by agencies and organizations that deal with a variety of women's issues. The organizations may include job training programs, domestic violence agencies, and incarcerated women programs. Each client receives individual attention by appointment only. The program will accept donations from private residents, organizations and businesses of new or slightly used clothing as long as the clothing is in excellent wearable condition, laundered or dry cleaned and preferably on hangers. A Professional Women's Group (PWG) is available for women who have completed the program and are working. Due to lack of storage space, after November 7, 2011 only season appropriate clothing will be accepted: Sizes 0-4, Sizes 18 and up, shoes, purses, accessories and approved apparel drives. If you need a listing of other organizations that may accept your clothing, please call us at (631)451-9127.SuffolkHOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICES-WOMEN'S SERVICESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    EDUCATIONAL ADVOCACY-HAUPPAUGEAssists low income students in obtaining educational services to which they are legally entitled. Offers advice and representation at school related meetings, information and referral services, and training for students, parents, educators and other professionals. Services also offered at Nassau Office: 999 Herricks Road, New Hyde Park, NY 11040.SuffolkEDUCATIONAL ADVOCACY-HAUPPAUGELONG ISLAND ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.
    EDUCATIONAL ADVOCACY-NEW HYDE PARKAssists low income students in obtaining educational services to which they are legally entitled. Offers advice and representation at school related meetings, information and referral services, and training for students, parents, educators and other professionals. Services also available at Suffolk Office: 490 Wheeler Rd., Suite 165 C, Hauppauge, NY 11788.NassauEDUCATIONAL ADVOCACY-NEW HYDE PARKLONG ISLAND ADVOCACY CENTER, INC.
    EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INFORMATION EXCHANGEProvides computers and training to economically disadvantaged families to bridge the digital divide. Offers LINCT (Learning and Information Networking for the Communities via Technology) computer program. Call for further information.SuffolkEDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INFORMATION EXCHANGEEDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS INFORMATION EXCHANGE
    Education/Prevention ServicesThe Eat Smart Nutrition Education Program helps limited-income individuals and families to acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes and changed behavior necessary to improve their diets. This program enhances individuals' ability to make healthy food choices, including diabetes prevention. SaratogaEAT SMART NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAMCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION IN SARATOGA COUNTY
    Education ServicesProvides tutors and other support services to low income or first generation high school students, to complete high school and prepare them to enroll in college.ClintonEDUCATION PROGRAMSUPWARD BOUND
    Education ServicesHigher education for educationally and economically challenged teens and young adults through counseling, workshops, financial support, which empower young people to take positive steps to improve their lives. preparation for GED exam, life skills training, pre-employment training, job placement, and referral services for students who are at risk, having problems staying in school, dropouts, or are involved in minor crimes.WestchesterGED AND EMPLOYMENT READINESSCOLLEGE CAREERS FUND OF WESTCHESTER
    Education ServicesProvides a head start program for preschool age children of low income families, immigrants, and children with disabilities.ClintonHEAD STARTJOINT COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY OF CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES (JCEO)
    Education ServicesProvides a head start program for preschool age children from low-income families. The program has an age appropriate curriculum which emphasizes the social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth, along with literacy, special needs, nutrition, social services, parent involvement and health services. Parent education workshops and support services are available for the families. Has 14 sites in the Bronx and Manhattan.WestchesterLITTLE ANGELS HEAD START PROGRAMCARDINAL MCCLOSKEY COMMUNITY SERVICES
    Education/Training ServicesProvides computer classes to individuals with special needs, differing abilities, economic challenges and/or other barriers to employment. Two types of classes are offered: • Basic Computer Skills One - Teaches the parts of the system, How to turn on/shut off system, How to use a mouse and keyboard, How to use Windows software, How to create, edit, save and print • Basic Computer Skills Two - Teaches formatting and editing, Using the tool bars, Using Excel, and Creating documentsUlsterCOMPUTER SKILLS TRAININGGATEWAY COMMUNITY INDUSTRIES
    Education/Training ServicesProvides a free head start program for low-income families in the community.WestchesterHEAD STARTTHOMAS H. SLATER CENTER
    Education/Training ServicesA job training and placement program which trains local youth from low income families to be landscapers or stone masons, with work placement when they complete the course.WestchesterJOB TRAINING PROGRAMGROUNDWORK HUDSON VALLEY
    Emergency Assistance ServicesProvided emergency fuel after 4:00 pm weekdays and over the weekend. Can supply 10 gallons once per season (maximum of 20 gallons). Seasonal Program. November through JuneDutchessFUEL DEPOT - EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS FUELCOMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP FOR DUTCHESS COUNTY
    Emergency Assistance ServicesProvides temporary financial assistance for people in emergency situations, which may include rent payment assistance. This program may be able to assist you if you are unable to work, cannot find a job, or your income does not meet your needs. Temporary Assistance may be able to pay for expenses such as food, clothing, rent/mortgage, heat and utilities. An emergency requiring temporary shelter should be directed to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office.ColumbiaTEMPORARY ASSISTANCECOLUMBIA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Emergency Assistance ServicesProvides temporary financial assistance for people in emergency situations, which may include rent payment assistance. An emergency requiring temporary shelter should be directed to the Greene County Sheriff's Office. GreeneTEMPORARY ASSISTANCEGREENE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Emergency Assistance ServicesProvides temporary financial assistance for people in emergency situations, which may include rent payment assistance. An emergency requiring temporary shelter should be directed to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office.MontgomeryTEMPORARY ASSISTANCEMONTGOMERY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Emergency Assistance ServicesTemporary Assistance is designed to provide a temporary and time-limited form of cash and/or non-cash assistance to eligible individuals and/or families who have become unable to support themselves. Emergency Assistance is available to eligible applicants and is designed to meet an individual's or family's immediate need. In many circumstances, this allows the individual or family to continue to function independently of the public systems. An emergency requiring temporary shelter should be directed to the Schoharie County Department of Social Services (DSS) during business hours or to the Schoharie County Sheriff's Office after hours.SchoharieTEMPORARY ASSISTANCESCHOHARIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Emergency Assistance ServicesThe Temporary Assistance Unit is responsible for evaluating and processing requests for cash assistance, and works closely with all other agency units to ensure that benefits are issued in an appropriate manner. There are five cash assistance programs which vary based on specific categorical criteria: Family Assistance (FA), Emergency Assistance to Families (EAF), Safety Net (SN) Emergency Safety Net (ESN) and Emergency Assistance to Adults (EAA). An emergency requiring temporary shelter should be directed to the Washington County Department of Social Services (DSS).WashingtonTEMPORARY ASSISTANCEWASHINGTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    EMMAUS HOUSE FOUNDATION, INC.Provides for eight well, elderly persons to live together as a family. The home offers companionship, as well as privacy, supportive services in a home-like living arrangement, and a level of care which assures maximum independence and self-direction. The goal is to improve the quality of life by encouraging independence and inter-dependence, while assuming a mutual responsibility. Operates house in Lake Grove as well as residence in Floral Park for low income seniors.NassauEMMAUS HOUSE FOUNDATION, INC.EMMAUS HOUSE FOUNDATION, INC.
    EMPIRE STATE POVERTY REDUCTION INITIATIVE COMMUNITY HEALTH CONNECTIONSOffers healthcare outreach services including education and referrals to related resources and system of care to Village of Hempstead referrals.NassauCARE COORDINATIONHISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER
    EMPIRE STATE POVERTY REDUCTION INITIATIVE COMMUNITY HEALTH CONNECTIONSOffers healthcare outreach services including education and referrals to related resources and systems of care to Village of Hempstead residents.NassauEMPIRE STATE POVERTY REDUCTION INITIATIVE COMMUNITY HEALTH CONNECTIONSHISPANIC COUNSELING CENTER
    EMPLOYER ASSISTED HOUSING PROGRAM (EAHP)Provides downpayment assistance to eligible employees of businesses participating in the program. Depending on an employee's income and the company's contribution the EAHP can provide up to $42,000 for a down payment and $35,000 for repairs. Referral required. Call for an appointment.SuffolkEMPLOYER ASSISTED HOUSING PROGRAM (EAHP)SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    Employment ServicesOffers individuals with special needs, differing abilities, economic challenges and/or other barriers to employment, career support services, such as Career Exploration, Career Counseling, Vocational Goal Setting, Vocational Internships, and Benefits/Financial CounselingUlsterCAREER PLANNING SERVICESGATEWAY COMMUNITY INDUSTRIES
    Employment ServicesProvides an employment-directed computer applications and office skills training program for underemployed, low income individuals, including support services to increase the chance of success.Westchester(CLOUT) COMPUTERS LITERACY OPPORTUNITY UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGYPACE UNIVERSITY - WESTCHESTER
    Employment ServicesOffers to individuals with special needs, differing abilities, economic challenges and/or other barriers to employment employment support services, such as Job Search Supports, Resume Writing, Marketing Strategies, Supported Employment, Job Development, Job Coaching, Job Placement, Job Retention Services, Vocational Case Management Services.UlsterEMPLOYMENT SUPPORT SERVICESGATEWAY COMMUNITY INDUSTRIES
    ENERGY AFFORDABILITY PROGRAM (EAP)Assists income-eligible National Grid gas customers with managing home energy bills by providing a monthly bill credit based on the customer's HEAP benefit, family size, income, energy costs and the presence of a vulnerable household member. Includes automatic enrollment in the Budget Plan, unless customer opts out. Program replaces the company's Residential Reduced Rate Program and goes into effect January 1, 2018.ENERGY AFFORDABILITY PROGRAM (EAP)NATIONAL GRID
    FAMILY SELF SUFFICIENCY PROGRAMAssists housing choice voucher tenants to become economically self-sufficient. Case manager meets with each family and conducts a needs assessment to determine appropriate support services and access to resources such as child care, transportation, job training, education, budget counseling, homeownership counseling and more.SuffolkFAMILY SELF SUFFICIENCY PROGRAMCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF LONG ISLAND
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesHATAS HEAP responds to after-hours fuel and heating Energy assistance requests made by low-income Albany county residents. Assistance is available through the agency’s established emergency services telephone hotline. HATAS is authorized, on behalf of Albany County, to arrange for emergency fuel deliveries and heating equipment repairs to resolve seasonal heating emergencies during the evening, weekends, and holidays.AlbanyAFTER-HOURS HEATING EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)HOMELESS AND TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY (HATAS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesProvides day care subsidies for parents/guardians who meet a certain set of requirements while they attend work and/or school. Families receiving Temporary Assistance and are attending a work/training program, and families that are not receiving Family Assistance can qualify on basis of income.EssexDAY CARE SUPPORTESSEX COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesEAP is designed to help eligible customers, and those that have HEAP assistance, gain control of their energy bills. The program has two levels of assistance, bill credits and arrears forgiveness.TompkinsE.A.P. (ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)NEW YORK STATE ELECTRIC AND GAS CORPORATION (NYSEG)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesHelps to screen low income individuals and families with an active disconnect notice, for a program from ConEd which offers a one-time grant up to $200 toward their outstanding utility bill.WestchesterENERGY SHAREGREENBURGH/ELMSFORD COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP (CAP)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesProvides utility payment assistance for low income individuals and families, who are struggling financially due to an emergency situation, and have received a shut-off notice.DutchessGOOD NEIGHBOR FUNDSALVATION ARMY-BEACON CORPS
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.Westchester(HEAP) HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMPEEKSKILL COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM (CAP)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits for heat-related bill payment assistance. Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided. The Cooling assistance program is available from May 1st until August 31st until funding is exhausted.ClintonHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)CLINTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided. The Cooling assistance program is available from May 1st until August 31st until funding is exhausted.FranklinHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)FRANKLIN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.WestchesterHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)MOUNT VERNON COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM (CAP)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.PutnamHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)PUTNAM COUNTY OFFICE FOR SENIOR RESOURCES
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided. The Cooling assistance program is available from May 1st until August 31st until funding is exhausted. SullivanHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)SULLIVAN COUNTY DIVISION OF HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.SullivanHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)SULLIVAN COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.WestchesterHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)TARRYTOWN COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITY CENTER
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.UlsterHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)ULSTER COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.WestchesterHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)WHITE PLAINS COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM (CAP)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesHEAP may provide an air conditioning unit to low-income households where any member has a documented medical condition that is exacerbated by heat. A fan may be provided if an air conditioner cannot be safely installed. MontgomeryHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM COOLING COMPONENTMONTGOMERY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, means tested, seasonal program (usually November-March) which assists eligible families, seniors and individuals with permanent disabilities with the following benefits: Regular HEAP: can issue financial assistance for payments to the primary household fuel source. Emergency HEAP: may be applied for and authorized if a household presents with an emergency situation (such as a shut-off notice or less than ¼ tank of deliverable fuel) after already having received regular HEAP. Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP: helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Cooling Assistance Program: provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner per household, once in 10 years. Household MUST produce a doctor’s statement verifying that the air conditioner is medically necessary. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided. AlbanyHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)ALBANY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) assists and completes applications for Town residents 60 and older. HEAP is critical for low-income seniors who tend to live in older homes that are not insulated well and therefore incur high heating bills. This program helps to alleviate those large bills by paying a determined amount directly to the resident's fuel source. The HEAP Cooling Assistance Program will provide for the purchase and installation of air conditioners not to exceed $800 or a fan to eligible households.AlbanyHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)COLONIE SENIOR RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.ColumbiaHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)COLUMBIA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesDuring the heating season COI accepts HEAP applications from Columbia County residents. This program provides help with a household’s annual energy costs. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit and emergency equipment repairs for households with a heat related emergency. The HEAP Cooling Assistance Program will provide for the purchase and installation of air conditioners not to exceed $800 or a fan to eligible households.ColumbiaHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)COLUMBIA OPPORTUNITIES
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesHome Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) and Energy Crisis Intervention program (ECIP) can help low-income families with temporary emergency fuel, regardless of the type of heating you use to heat your home. There are income eligibility requirements to receive this type of assistance.DutchessHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP FOR DUTCHESS COUNTY
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) provides energy assistance to families with low incomes by issuing regular and emergency grants to dealers for fuel for heating and utility-related costs. The HEAP Cooling Assistance Program will provide for the purchase and installation of air conditioners not to exceed $800 or a fan to eligible households.AlbanyHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)CORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION ALBANY COUNTY
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided. The cooling assistance program is available from May 1st until August 31st until funding is exhausted.DutchessHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)DUTCHESS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SERVICES (DCFS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members. Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. DutchessHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)DUTCHESS COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided. The Cooling assistance program is available from May 1st until August 31st until funding is exhausted.EssexHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)ESSEX COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.EssexHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)ESSEX COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.FultonHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)FULTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesHEAP is the Home Energy Assistance Program which assists in the payment of heating bills. Those aged 60 and older, on SSI or SSD, may apply through the Fulton County Office for Aging. The HEAP Cooling Assistance Program will provide for the purchase and installation of air conditioners not to exceed $800 or a fan to eligible households.FultonHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)FULTON COUNTY OFFICE FOR AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesOffers benefit screening for the seasonal federal funded Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). Helps clients fill out applications and gather the correct documentation to send to the county agency, and if approved provides funding for heating and electricity during the winter months. Seasonal program that begins in November.WestchesterHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)GREENBURGH/ELMSFORD COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP (CAP)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesHEAP helps low-income New Yorkers pay their energy bills.GreeneHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)GREENE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP: helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP: helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP: helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program: Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.GreeneHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)GREENE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP: helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP: helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP: helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program: Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.HamiltonHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)HAMILTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.MontgomeryHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)MONTGOMERY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-March) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.WestchesterHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)NEW ROCHELLE COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM (CAP)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source.Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided. OrangeHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)ORANGE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income seniors, with the following benefits: Regular HEAP helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income. Emergency HEAP helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household membersOrangeHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)ORANGE COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided. The Cooling assistance program is available from May 1st until August 31st until funding is exhausted. PutnamHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)PUTNAM COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS) AND MENTAL HEALTH
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.RensselaerHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)RENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe Home Energy Assistance Program is a federally funded program that helps low-income people pay their heating bills. The Rensselaer County Department for the Aging assists individuals age 60+. The HEAP Cooling Assistance Program will provide for the purchase and installation of air conditioners not to exceed $800 or a fan to eligible households.RensselaerHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)RENSSELAER COUNTY UNIFIED FAMILY SERVICES
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesOne time monetary benefit from Dept of Social Services to Orange and Rockland directly for your billRocklandHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)ROCKLAND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CENTER
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesFederally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment. HEAP is an income eligibility program.RocklandHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)ROCKLAND COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-March) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits: Regular HEAP: helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP: helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP: helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program: provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.SaratogaHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)SARATOGA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe Home Energy Assistance Program is a federally funded program which can help low-income people contend with the high cost of heating their homes during the winter months. SaratogaHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)SARATOGA COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA SCAP worker will help people in need apply for HEAP benefits at the SCAP offices. SchenectadyHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)SCHENECTADY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP: helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP: helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP: helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program: Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.SchenectadyHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)SCHENECTADY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe Home Energy Assistance Program is a federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.SchoharieHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)SCHOHARIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThis service provides assistance with the payment of fuel or utility expenses to eligible Schoharie County residents. The HEAP Cooling Assistance Program will provide for the purchase and installation of air conditioners not to exceed $800 or a fan to eligible households.SchoharieHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)SCHOHARIE COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided. The cooling assistance program is available from May 1st until August 31st until funding is exhausted.UlsterHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)ULSTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability. Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.UlsterHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)ULSTER COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe Home Energy Assistance Program is a federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.WarrenHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)WARREN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe Warren-Hamilton Office for Aging assists seniors in filing for the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) to obtain assistance in paying their utility bills. The HEAP Cooling Assistance Program will provide for the purchase and installation of air conditioners not to exceed $800 or a fan to eligible households.WarrenHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)WARREN HAMILTON COUNTIES OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe Home Energy Assistance Program is a federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. HEAP Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.WashingtonHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)WASHINGTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.WestchesterHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (WESTCOP)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe low income Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is a federally funded program administered by the Westchester County Department of Social Services that assists eligible low-income, elderly and disabled residents with home heating costs. A cooling assistance program is available from May 1st until August 31st until funding is exhausted.WestchesterHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)WESTCHESTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesAPPLICATION OPEN DATES 2019-2020 Regular Heap: November 12, 2019 Emergency HEAP: January 2, 2020-March 16, 2020 Heating Equipment Repair/Replacement HEAP: November 4, 2019-September 30, 2020 Air Conditioning: May 1, 2020-August 31, 2020 Clean and Tune Benefit: November 4, 2019-September 30, 2020 Assists low-income households pay their heating energy bills and other related services during winter months. January 3, 2017 - March 15, 2017 No notices, Emergency benefit payments, or guarantee of Emergency benefits may be issued before January 3, 2017. This includes ten-day hold requests from utility companies based on anticipated Emergency HEAP payments. Heating emergencies prior to January 3 must be resolved with Regular benefits. Households with heat- related emergencies must be referred to other programs or make payment arrangements with utility companies as appropriate. HEATING EQUIPMENT & REPAIR (HERR) Replacement maximum $6,500 (once in 10 years). Repair maximum $3,000 per HERR season. COOLING ASSISTANCE COMPONENT Provides air conditioners for income-eligible individuals who suffer from a medical condition exacerbated by extreme heat. RocklandHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP) / COOLING ASSISTANCE COMPONENTROCKLAND COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesProvides funds $5000-$30,000 for low-moderate income eligible home owners who need to do repairs on their homes.WestchesterHOME IMPROVEMENT GRANTSPRESERVATION COMPANY
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesAccepts and processes applications for the Orange and Rockland Neighbor Fund that provides emergency financial assistance.RocklandNEIGHBOR FUNDCOMMUNITY OUTREACH CENTER
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe New York State HOME Program uses federal funds to expand the supply of decent, safe, and affordable housing within the State. The HOME Program funds a variety of activities through partnerships with counties, towns, cities, villages, private developers, and community-based non-profit housing organizations. The program provides funds to acquire, rehabilitate, or construct housing, or to provide assistance to low-income home-buyers and renters.AlbanyNYS HOME PROGRAM (HOME)NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HOMES AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL (HCR)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesOffers financial assistance for diagnostic medical evaluations, care and treatment for children of low income families with long term or chronic physical disabilities. Services covered include surgical, medical and rehabilitative treatment involving in-hospital care, out-patient care, therapeutic services, and special appliances hearing aids, artificial limbs, wheelchairs, etc..WestchesterPHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S PROGRAM PHCPWESTCHESTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (WCDOH)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesProvides financial aid to qualifying individuals and families for food, rent, clothing, shelter, etc. due to a disaster/emergency.DutchessPUBLIC ASSISTANCEDUTCHESS COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SERVICES (DCFS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesProvides financial aid to qualifying individuals and families for food, rent, clothing, shelter, etc. due to a disaster/emergency.WestchesterPUBLIC ASSISTANCEWESTCHESTER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesOffers financial assistance for rent or utility payments, and funding for food, clothing, etc. for low income individuals and families in an emergency situation. Utility assistance is primarily funded for electricity assistance. Oil assistance is not available regularly. Call for details. Funding runs out often but call for information about when funding may be available. Must have a denial letter from Social ServicesWestchesterPUTNAM COUNTY AIDSALVATION ARMY PEEKSKILL CORPS
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesOffers financial assistance for rent or utility payment assistance, food, clothing, etc. for low income families or individuals who have experienced an emergency situation. Please Note: Assistance is given when funding is availableWestchesterRENT AND UTILITY PAYMENT ASSISTANCESALVATION ARMY TARRYTOWN CORPS
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe fund is designed to help low income customers as well as active members of the military and veterans who are facing energy emergencies.TompkinsSHARE HEATING FUNDNEW YORK STATE ELECTRIC AND GAS CORPORATION (NYSEG)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesProvides temporary assistance to low income families who need some assistance till they become financial stable. Services also include financial aid to qualifying individuals and families for food, rent, clothing, shelter, etc. due to a disaster/emergency.OrangeTEMPORARY ASSISTANCEORANGE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesTemporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) provides temporary support for families with children. Emergency Assistance to Families (EAF) provides onetime emergency assistance to families with children with an immediate need (such as eviction, no heat, utility shutoff etc.). SafetyNet Assistance provides temporary support for individuals, childless couples or families not eligible for TANF. An emergency requiring temporary shelter should be directed to the Warren County Department of Social Services (DSS) during business hours or to the Sheriff's Office after-hours.WarrenTEMPORARY ASSISTANCEWARREN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesProvides temporary financial aid to low income individuals and families for daily necessities.ClintonTEMPORARY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCECLINTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesProvides temporary assistance to low income families who need some assistance till they become financial stable. Services also include financial aid to qualifying individuals and families for food, rent, clothing, shelter, etc. due to a disaster/emergency.FranklinTEMPORARY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCEFRANKLIN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    FINANCIAL ASSISTANCEProvides limited supplementary financial assistance to help with housekeeping, home health aides, child care, pain medications and transportation to and from treatment. Basic family monthly income and expense form must be filled out.NassauFINANCIAL ASSISTANCECANCERCARE LONG ISLAND OFFICE
    FIRST TIME HOME BUYERSSponsors home buying workshops including credit counseling, budgeting, utilities, tax assessment, insurance and legal counseling. Also offers private counseling.SuffolkFIRST TIME HOME BUYERSBELLPORT, HAGERMAN, EAST PATCHOGUE ALLIANCE, INC.
    FOOD AND NUTRITION EDUCATION IN COMMUNITIESOffers an education program of 6-8 weekly lessons. Participants learn how to eat better on a limited budget, stretch their food dollars, plan and prepare family meals, shop smart, read food labels, and keep their food safe. Group lessons at your meeting site. Call for more information.SuffolkFOOD AND NUTRITION EDUCATION IN COMMUNITIESCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF SUFFOLK COUNTY
    Food Assistance/Clothing ServicesThe Community Services Department provides clothing, a food pantry, baked goods, and information and referrals to Fulmont programs and other services in the community. Services available are dependent on the location and day and time of visit.MontgomeryCOMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENTFULMONT COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
    Food/Clothing Distribution ServicesProvides a bag of food to low income families with elementary school-age chidlren, once a week, to have food for the weekend.UlsterBACKPACK PROGRAMULSTER COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE
    Food/Clothing/Furniture Distribution ServicesProvides a backpack of food every week, during the school year, for low income elementary school children to take home for the weekend, which consists of 2 breakfasts, lunches and dinners.DutchessBACKPACK PROGRAMCENTER OF COMPASSION
    Food/Clothing/Furniture Distribution ServicesOffers free, summer lunch, during the week, for low income children, who do not have access to a meal.DutchessSUMMER LUNCH PROGRAMSALVATION ARMY POUGHKEEPSIE CORPS
    FOOD COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTIONProvides food to needy Southold families. Food donated by individuals, organizations, local farmstands, Long Island Cares and Island Harvest are collected and distributed at the main office. Also offer winter, spring and summer breakfast and lunch foods for school aged children during school recesses and summer vacation.SuffolkFOOD COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTIONCOMMUNITY ACTION OF SOUTHOLD TOWN, INC.
    FOOD PANTRYDistributes food to needy Roosevelt residents every other Saturday. Will deliver to seniors and individuals unable to come to pantry.NassauFOOD PANTRYPEACE VALLEY HAVEN, INC.
    FOOD PANTRYOperates a food pantry and limited clothing for low income families.SuffolkFOOD PANTRYTHE EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
    FOOD PANTRYProvides emergency food and clothing (when available), and household items (when available)SuffolkFOOD PANTRYTHE HARBOR CHURCH
    GEORGE LINK JR. APARTMENTSProvides a 76 unit housing complex for low-income senior citizens. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.SuffolkSENIOR HOUSING/CORAMCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    GEORGE LINK JR. APARTMENTSProvides 65 units of low-income senior housing. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.SuffolkSENIOR HOUSING/CORAMCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    HABITAT FOR HUMANITY IN NASSAU COUNTYProvides a tax-exempt organization dedicated to building basic affordable housing with volunteer labor and donated or purchased materials for deserving, low-to-moderate income Nassau County residents. Produces the newsletter, Habitatler, and has a speakers bureau. NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS: Habitat for Humanity International, Americus, GA 31709-6935.NassauHABITAT FOR HUMANITY IN NASSAU COUNTYHABITAT FOR HUMANITY IN NASSAU COUNTY
    HALANDIA COURTOffers low-middle income senior citizen housing. Call for details concerning eligibility, availability.NassauHALANDIA COURTHALANDIA ASSOCIATES
    Health/Medical Care ServicesMontgomery County NYSARC offers dental services to low-income people. MontgomeryNEW DIMENSIONS DENTAL CARENYSARC - MONTGOMERY COUNTY CHAPTER
    Holiday ServicesArea congregations adopt families in need and families living with HIV/AIDS, providing food, clothing and gifts to bring them holiday support.RensselaerHOLIDAY ADOPT A FAMILYTROY AREA UNITED MINISTRIES
    HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)Information site only. Provides information regarding utility and heating bills for low income and elderly households. Call for information on specific energy service unit locations.Suffolk residents receiving SNAP/DDS benefits call (631)853-8820.Individuals not receiving DSS benefits call (631)853-8825.SuffolkCLIENT BENEFITS DIVISIONSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)Application site for emergency with utility and heating bills for low income households. Also assists with essential heating equipment repairs and provision of cooling equipment. Benefit timeframes and eligibility guidelines determined annually by New York State. Income guidelines apply to all programs. Four program components: Cooling Assistance, Regular HEAP, Emergency HEAP and Equipment Repair/Replacement. The 2017-2018. HEAP program for Regular HEAP benefits closed on March 17, 2017 and Emergency HEAP benefits closed on April 27,2018. The HEAP Clean and Tune benefit opens April 2,2018 providing energy efficiency services, which includes the cleaning of primary heating equipment , but may also include chimney cleaning, minor repairs, installation of carbon monoxide detectors or programmable thermostats, if needed, to allow for the safe, proper and efficient operation of the heating equipment. The HEAP Cooling Assistance benefit opens May 1, 2018 providing eligible households that include an individual with a documented medical condition that is exacerbated by heat with the purchase and installation of an air conditioner or a fan.NassauHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)NASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)Provides a once a year Regular HEAP benefit to eligible low income homeowners and renters to help pay for fuel or utility costs. Call for information on income eligibility levels and application. The 2017-18 HEAP season for Regular HEAP benefits closed on April 27, 2018.NassauHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)NASSAU COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)-RIVERHEAD CENTERApplication site for emergency with utility and heating bills for low income households. Also assists with essential heating equipment repairs and provision of cooling equipment. Benefit timeframes and eligibility guidelines determined annually by New York State. Income guidelines apply to all programs. Four program components: Cooling Assistance, Regular HEAP, Emergency HEAP and Equipment Repair/Replacement.Suffolk residents receiving SNAP/DSS benefits should call (631)853-8820. Individuals not receiving DSS benefits call (631)853-8825.SuffolkRIVERHEAD CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)-SMITHTOWN CENTERApplication site for emergency with utility and heating bills for low income households. Also assists with essential heating equipment repairs and provision of cooling equipment. Benefit timeframes and eligibility guidelines determined annually by New York State. Income guidelines apply to all programs. Four program components: Cooling Assistance, Regular HEAP, Emergency HEAP and Equipment Repair/Replacement.Suffolk residents receiving SNAP?DSS benefits chould call (631)853-8820. Individuals not receiving DSS benefits call (631)853-8825.SuffolkSMITHTOWN CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)-SOUTH WEST CENTERApplication site for emergency with utility and heating bills for low income households. Also assists with essential heating equipment repairs and provision of cooling equipment. Benefit time frames and eligibility guidelines determined annually by New York State. Income guidelines apply to all programs. Four program components: Cooling Assistance, Regular HEAP, Emergency HEAP and Equipment Repair/Replacement.Suffolk residents receiving SNAP?DSS benefits should call (631)853-8820. Individuals not receiving DSS benefits call (631)853-8825.SuffolkSOUTH WEST CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    HOME IMPROVEMENTProvides deferred, no interest loans to qualified homeowners for home improvements.SuffolkOFFICE OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTTOWN OF EAST HAMPTON
    HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMHelps low income homeowners on Long Island correct basic structural defects, and repair basic building systems which threaten the health and safety of the dwelling residents. Grants, deferred payment loans, and low interest loans are available. Call for more information.SuffolkCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMTOWN OF BABYLON
    Home Improvement/Repair ServicesBuilds new homes or purchases old or abandoned homes, renovates them, and hold the mortgage at no interest for low income families. Offers repairs to home owners at modest cost based on income. Offers no interest loan. Also Restore a gently used home goods store with opportunities to Donate, volunteer or purchase.DutchessHOME BUILDING FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIESHABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF DUTCHESS COUNTY
    Home Improvement/Repair ServicesMinor home repair for elderly, disabled and very low-income homeowners. Labor is free. Homeowner pays for the cost of materials.RensselaerMINI-REPAIR PROGRAMRENSSELAER COUNTY HOUSING RESOURCES (RCHR)
    Home Improvement/Repair ServicesProvides assistance with the cost of home repairs to improve energy efficiency and safety for low or fixed income seniors who are homeowners.FranklinWEATHERIZATION AND HOME REPAIR PROGRAMSOFFICE FOR THE AGING IN FRANKLIN COUNTY
    Home Improvement/Repair ServicesProvides several programs that enables low to moderate income homeowners to reduce their heating and cooling cost by making their homes more energy efficient. A comprehensive energy audit is completed of the home, then based on the results and the income of the homeowners, and other criteria, a program is chosen that best fits their needs. EssexWEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (WAP)ADIRONDACK COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAMS (ACAP)
    HOMEOWNERS MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMProvides lending at low rates to families facing default/foreclosures. Call for further information. Appointment required.SuffolkHOMEOWNERS MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMLONG ISLAND HOUSING PARTNERSHIP, INC.
    HOUSING AUTHORITYManages 360 units of federally subsidized family/elderly/disabled public housing apartments at four sites: Oakdale, Central Islip, and Bay Shore (2 sites). Also administers 1,036 units for the Section 8 rental voucher program, a federally-subsidized HUD rental assistance program.SuffolkHOUSING AUTHORITYTOWN OF ISLIP
    HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER PROGRAM/SECTION 8Federal rental subsidy program funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Assists low income constituents of the Town of Babylon by paying a portion of their rent allowing them to afford decent and safe housing. Call or visit website for additional information.SuffolkHOUSING AUTHORITYTOWN OF BABYLON
    HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER RENTAL ASSISTANCEAdministers the Housing Choice Voucher Rental Assistance Program in Suffolk County for the New York State Homes and Community Renewal and other public housing agencies. Manages the distribution of annual rent subsidies on behalf of Suffolk County residents. Rental Assistance Program assists eligible families to rent housing from the private rental housing market. Wait list is currently closed. Also administers the Nursing Home Transition and Diversion (NHTD) program and Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH) program in Suffolk and Nassau County.SuffolkHOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER RENTAL ASSISTANCECOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF LONG ISLAND
    HOUSING REHABILITATION PROGRAMProvides rehabilitated homes for rental to low income families.SuffolkHOUSING REHABILITATION PROGRAMBELLPORT, HAGERMAN, EAST PATCHOGUE ALLIANCE, INC.
    Housing ServicesProvides home safety assessments and rehabilitation housing loans to seniors and low income homeowners to make repairs or updates to those areas which are deemed a safely or health hazard.ClintonFINANCIAL AID/VOUCHER PROGRAMSRURAL PRESERVATION COMPANY OF CLINTON COUNTY
    Housing ServicesOffers low and moderate income first-time home buyers assistance with home buying counseling, down payment, closing costs, etc.EssexFIRST-TIME HOME BUYER PROGRAMHOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM OF ESSEX COUNTY
    Housing ServicesAssists individuals and families in need of furniture who are moving out of homeless shelters into permanent housing, women and children escaping domestic violence, low income working families, young adults aging out of foster care, victims of fire or other natural disasters, etc.WestchesterFURNITURE SHAREHOUSE PROGRAMGREENBURGH/ELMSFORD COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP (CAP)
    Housing ServicesHelps low and moderate income families with home buying assistance, through counseling, down payment, closing costs, etc.EssexHOME BUYER PROGRAMADIRONDACK COMMUNITY HOUSING TRUST
    Housing ServicesProvides affordable home ownership opportunities to families who fall below moderate income levels and are unable to obtain conventional mortgage financing. Eligible applicants can receive up to $20,000 in mortgage assistance. SaratogaHOME OWNERSHIP PROGRAMVETERANS AND COMMUNITY HOUSING COALITION
    Housing ServicesProvides housing support assistance to low income individuals with mental illness or diagnosed with AIDS/HIV. Offers information and referrals for various housing issues and rental search assistance.WestchesterHOUSING ASSISTANCE FOR SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONSHOPE COMMUNITY SERVICES
    Housing ServicesProvides safe, affordable housing for seniors and low-income individuals and families in Glens Falls and the surrounding communities.WarrenHOUSING AUTHORITYGLENS FALLS HOUSING AUTHORITY
    Housing ServicesEviction Assistance: Provides help to seniors, low income individuals, individuals with mental illness, or individuals diagnosed with AIDS who may be a target for eviction. Landlord/Tenant Dispute Resolution: Aids individuals struggling with their landlord for reasons ranging from eviction, living conditions, recurring problems, etc. Foreclosure Assistance: helps advocate for individuals with mortgage foreclosure with guidance through the legal process and representation, if needed.WestchesterHOUSING-RELATED ASSISTANCELEGAL SERVICES OF THE HUDSON VALLEY
    Housing ServicesOffers 1 or 2 -bedroom or efficiency apartments available to qualifying seniors or adults with disabilities.EssexLEE HOUSE APARTMENTSHOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM OF ESSEX COUNTY
    Housing ServicesManages seven public housing complexes in the City of Schenectady open to eligible low-income families, the elderly or people with disabilities.SchenectadyLOW INCOME PUBLIC HOUSINGSCHENECTADY MUNICIPAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
    Housing ServicesOffers a number of private rental options, from single room occupancy to 4 bedroom apartments, depending on income and family size.DutchessLOW INCOME RENTAL HOUSINGHUDSON RIVER HOUSING
    Housing ServicesProvides qualified low and moderate income first time homebuyers with a low down payment mortgage loan with a fixed interest rate, on family dwellings, including condominiums and cooperative apartments as well as manufactured homes permanently attached to property.New YorkLOW INTEREST RATE PROGRAMSTATE OF NEW YORK MORTGAGE AGENCY
    Housing ServicesOffers and maintains HUD section 8 vouchers and low rental housing, housing assistance, including housing grants.WestchesterSECTION 8 AND LOW RENTAL HOUSINGNEW ROCHELLE MUNICIPAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
    Housing ServicesThe New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR) Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program provides rental assistance and home ownership option to extremely low, very low and low income households in New York State. The program also provides assistance to senior citizens and disabled persons on fixed incomes, displaced families, and homeless individuals with disabilities.AlbanySECTION 8 HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER (HCV) PROGRAMNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HOMES AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL (HCR)
    Housing ServicesProvides government subsidized housing to low income seniors, families and individuals with disabilities. Housing is located in various areas in Schroon Lake, Port Henry, Elizabeth Town and Indian LakeEssexSUBSIDIZED HOUSINGBALDWIN ADK-MOUNTAIN MEADOWS
    Housing ServicesProvides single room and studio apartment housing for women, as well as job counseling and training, including employment placement, designed to transition from public assistance to self sufficiency.WestchesterSUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAMYWCA OF YONKERS
    Information/Outreach ServicesOffers support to low income and at-risk individuals who want to gain skills or education to obtain employment and/or permanent housing. This program helps improve long-term outcomes by helping link these individuals to services and resources, such as job training, case management, counseling, job readiness, life skills workshops, support and referrals to other specialized services.WestchesterCOMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT LINKSYWCA OF YONKERS
    Information/Referral ServicesFranklin Community Center provides information and referrals for low income children and families to assist them to achieve healthier lifestyles and make positive changes.SaratogaINFORMATION AND REFERRALFRANKLIN COMMUNITY CENTER
    ISLIP TOWN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCYAssists low and moderate income residents of the Town of Islip with housing and public service programs and eliminates blighted and deteriorated conditions in the Town's neighborhoods and commercial districts. Programs include housing rehabilitation for low income Islip homeowners, affordable housing for prospective first time homebuyers, commercial storefront improvements in downtown target areas, and promoting energy efficiency for all Islip homeowners. The entire township of Islip is eligible for most programs, with other programs targeted to downtown target areas in Bay Shore, Brentwood and Central Islip..SuffolkCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCYTOWN OF ISLIP
    KID-TOO-KID FOUNDATION, INC.Provides underserved children, ages 3-15, with tutoring support, educational and art supplies. Offers support to children in hope of fostering their artistic and creative abilities and developing compassion and empathy.SuffolkKID-TOO-KID FOUNDATION, INC.KID-TOO-KID FOUNDATION, INC.
    LAWHELP/NYLawHelpNY is a legal information internet portal covering all of NYS, providing referral information to all the free legal services available covering 16 areas of law in total. They curate and make available the best Know You Rights resources aimed at the general public. They offer free legal information only, not legal advice.LAWHELP/NYTHE NEW YORK LAWHELP CONSORTIUM
    LAWHELPNY.ORGLawHelpNY is a legal information internet portal covering all of NYS, providing referral information to all the free legal services available covering 11 areas of law, Offers a library of more than 4,000 legal fact sheets on civil legal issues including housing foreclosures, evictions and landlord-tenant issues, divorce, consumer protection, debt, immigration rights and more. Also provides LiveHelp, an online chat option staffed by trained volunteers who can provide legal referrals. Program offers free legal information only, not legal advice. Special bi-lingual Spanish website available at www.ayudalegainy.orgLAWHELPNY.ORGPRO BONO NET
    LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NASSAU COUNTYProvides free legal services to the poor charged with a crime and in certain mandated family court matters. Maintains speakers bureau on criminal law.NassauLEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NASSAU COUNTYLEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NASSAU COUNTY
    Legal/Court ServicesProvide legal representation in civil legal matters including housing, immigration, public assistance and discrimination for low income immigrants who are ineligible for representation by local, federally-funded legal services or programs because of immigration status or other resident restrictions.WestchesterIMMIGRATION LEGAL SERVICESEMPIRE JUSTICE CENTER-WHITE PLAINS
    Legal/Court ServicesOffers legal counsel and representation for low-income individuals or families having to go to court for criminal offenses or various family matters.PutnamLEGAL COUNSEL SERVICESPUTNAM COUNTY LEGAL AID
    Legal/Court ServicesProvides free legal counseling and representation for low-income individuals who need assistance in civil cases, which includes, government benefits, unemployment insurance, disability, health care, housing, family law matters, consumer problems, children's legal issues and immigration matters.AlbanyLEGAL SERVICESLEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK
    Legal/Court ServicesProvides help to low income individuals who have been charged with a felony and unable to pay for legal servicesWestchesterLEGAL SERVICESLEGAL AID SOCIETY OF WESTCHESTER
    LEGALLY EXEMPT ENROLLMENT SERVICESAdministers enrollment of low income families using friends or family for child care in a DSS program that provides child care subsidies. Inspects legally exempt child providers to ensure they meet minimum health and safety requirements. Technical assistance is provided via phone, on-site or off-site.SuffolkLEGALLY EXEMPT ENROLLMENT SERVICESCHILD CARE COUNCIL OF SUFFOLK, INC.
    LIFELINE SERVICEOffers a reduced rate on the primary residential phone line for eligible customers. Call for eligibility requirements or visit the Lifeline Support Website (www.lifelinesupport.org).LIFELINE SERVICEVERIZON-NEW YORK
    LOAVES AND FISHESProvides food and referral support to people of need in the community. Volunteers deliver to the recipients on the first and third Friday of the month. The food delivery is meant to supplement, not provide 2 weeks of food. Items includes frozen meat for 2 meals, milk and eggs, canned vegetables and fruit, cereal, pastas and canned goods such as ravioli or tuna fish. Call for additional information.SuffolkLOAVES AND FISHESMATTITUCK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
    LOCKWOOD EARLY LEARNING CENTERProvides three year old children with the social and educational support necessary for them to successfully enter Universal Pre-K.SuffolkLOCKWOOD EARLY LEARNING CENTERFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
    LOVE OUTREACH MINISTRIESProvides emergency food and clothing. Transports food when needed. Provides transportation to church services. The Food Pantry is open to the public every Thursday from 12:30pm-1:00pm. In the event of an emergency call 631-913-food(3663)SuffolkLOVE OUTREACH MINISTRIESABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH OF GOD
    LOW INCOME AND FAMILY HOUSINGProvides low-income apartments to eligible individuals and families. Rents are calculated to reflect each household's total gross income. Call. Appointment required. Serves primarily residents of North Hempstead.NassauTOWN HOUSING AUTHORITYTOWN OF NORTH HEMPSTEAD
    LOW INCOME LEGAL ASSISTANCE/HEMPSTEADLegal problems handled involve basic needs such as housing, health care, food and income. Focus is on entitlement programs such as public assistance., Medicaid, food stamps and SSI as well as on housing problems involving evictions, foreclosure and poor housing conditions. Specialized units include Mental Health Law Project, SSI/Disability Advocacy Project, Domestic Violence Project, Pro-Bono Project, HIV Advocacy, disability discrimination, and adult home advocacy,veterans. senior citizens, homecare advocacy.NassauNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./HEMPSTEADNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
    LOW INCOME LEGAL ASSISTANCE-ISLANDIALegal problems handled involve basic needs such as housing, health care, food and income. Focus in on entitlement programs such as public assistance, Medicaid, food stamps and SSI as well as on housing problems involving evictions, foreclosures and poor housing conditions. Specialized units include Mental Health Law Project, SSI/Disability Advocacy Project, Pro-Bono Project, HIV Advocacy, disability discrimination, and adult home advocacy; veterans, re-entru, domestic violence, homecare advocacy.SuffolkNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./ISLANDIANASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
    LOW INCOME LEGAL ASSISTANCE-RIVERHEADLegal problems handled involve basic needs such as housing, health care, food and income. Focus is on entitlement programs such as public assistance, Medicaid, food stamps and SSI as well as on housing problems involving evictions, foreclosures and poor housing conditions. Specialized units include Mental Health Law Project, SSI/Disability Advocacy Project Domestic Violence Project, Pro-Bono Project, HIV Advocacy, disability discrimination, and adult home advocacy, re-entry, veterans, homecare advocacy.SuffolkNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./RIVERHEADNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
    MANAGED CARECoordinates the development of local Managed Care Plan to include community outreach and advisory group meetings. Recruits managed care providers,implements plan review, develop contracts and monitors provider operations. Processes and maintains enrollment of eligible recipients.NassauMANAGED CARENASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    MARTIN LUTHER TERRACE APARTMENTSOffers federally (HUD) subsidized garden apartments for the elderly and/or mobility-impaired. Provides links to support services, case management, social services. Offers arts and crafts, entertainment, lectures, and workshops.SuffolkMARTIN LUTHER TERRACE APARTMENTSWARTBURG LUTHERAN SERVICES
    MEDICAID DIVISION-CHRONIC CAREHelps pay nursing home and health related facility (HRF) care costs and long term care.SuffolkRONKONKOMA OFFICESUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    MEDICAID DIVISION-MANAGED CARE PROGRAMAll Temporary Assistance, Medicaid-only and SSI-Medicaid clients, may choose from five managed care plans to receive the complete menu of Medicaid Benefits. There are no costs, no caps, and no co-payments. Each member has his/her own physician or pediatrician-OB/GYN, who will coordinate all their health needs. Call New York Medicaid Choice at 1-800-505-5678 to receive a packet of informative brochures on each plan and an enrollment form.SuffolkMEDICAID DIVISION-MANAGED CARE PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    MORTGAGE COUNSELINGProvides free mortgage counseling, one on one education of mortgage process for first-time homebuyers, credit and income review, and assistance in obtaining pre-approval. Also offers advice about refinancing, anti-predatory lending education, post-purchase counseling, reverse mortgage counseling and default prevention education. Available on the East End at specific locations by appointment. Call for further information.SuffolkMORTGAGE COUNSELINGLONG ISLAND HOUSING PARTNERSHIP, INC.
    MSGR. HENRY REEL VILLAGE I & IIProvides a 120-unit housing complex for low-income senior citizens. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.SuffolkSENIOR HOUSING/MEDFORDCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION PROGRAMProvides outreach, crisis intervention, housing counseling, benefits advocacy, tenant/landlord mediation, representation in administration proceedings with government agencies, home ownership counseling and translation.NassauNEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION PROGRAMLA FUERZA UNIDA, INC.
    NEW CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMThe Community Development Office, works with consortium municipalities and non-profit agencies, to use HOME funds to assist with the construction of new single family homes for first-time homebuyers. Homes are planned in various locations in the county. For specific details on this program, call the Community Development Office.SuffolkNEW CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
    NEW PATHS TO ACHIEVEMENT CAREER AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENTSelf-esteem and Vocational workshops, including stress management, assertiveness, parenting, communication skills, interviewing, maintaining a job, resume writing, etc. The goal is to assist low-income individuals to become self-sufficient by raising their self-esteem and employability. It includes job search assistance.SuffolkNEW PATHS TO ACHIEVEMENT CAREER AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENTLONG ISLAND CARES, INC., THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK
    NUTRITION OUTREACH EDUCATION PROJECT/NASSAUPromotes participation in federal nutrition programs, especially the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Summer Food Service Program, through outreach and training. Program staff will prescreen individuals for potential SNAP and assist with the application process. Staff provides professional training sessions for human service workers on food assistance programs and will assist interested organizations in serving/sponsoring a summer food service site.NassauNUTRITION OUTREACH EDUCATION PROJECT/NASSAUCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    NUTRITION OUTREACH EDUCATION PROJECT/SUFFOLKPromotes participation in federal nutrition programs, especially the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Summer Food Service Program, through outreach and training. Program staff will prescreen individuals for potential SNAP and assist with the application process. Staff provides professional training sessions for human service workers on food assistance programs and will assist interested organizations in serving/sponsoring a summer food service site.SuffolkNUTRITION OUTREACH EDUCATION PROJECT/SUFFOLKCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    Nutrition ServicesNutrition education, food safety education, financial management, food shopping and dietary planning available to food stamp eligible individuals and families.RocklandEAT SMART NEW YORKCORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION OF ROCKLAND COUNTY
    NUTRITION SERVICESThe Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) provides supplemental foods, nutrition and health education plus health and human services referrals to low income pregnant, breastfeeding, postpartum women, and infants and children up to the age of five who are at nutritional risk. WIC clinics are located at health centers operated by the Suffolk County Department of Health Services.SuffolkNUTRITION SERVICESSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    PACK IT UP FOR KIDSProvides weekend meal packages (6 meals and 2 snacks) to children currently receiving free and/or reduced breakfast and lunch at school and who have limited access to nutritious meals during the weekends. Pack It Up For Kids works directly with school districts to identify and discretely distributes food packages to students.SuffolkPACK IT UP FOR KIDSLONG ISLAND CARES, INC., THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK
    PARENT-CHILD HOME PROGRAMProvides low-income families with the necessary skills and tools to ensure their children achieve their greatest potential in school and in life. The National Center assists underserved communities in replicating and expanding PCHP's proven school readiness program that builds early parent-child verbal interaction and learning at homeSuffolkPARENT-CHILD HOME PROGRAMMIDDLE COUNTRY PUBLIC LIBRARY
    PARENT-CHILD HOME PROGRAMProvides low-income families with the necessary skills and tools to ensure their children achieve their greatest potential in school and in life. The National Center assists underserved communities in replicating and expanding PCHP's proven school readiness program that builds early parent-child verbal interaction and learning at home.SuffolkPARENT-CHILD HOME PROGRAMWILLIAM FLOYD UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
    Parent/ Family Support ServicesProvides pregnancy testing, ultrasound, vitamin supplements, nutritional evaluation, regular medical check-ups, counseling, baby care instruction, childbirth classes, and other servicesWestchesterHEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTERMOUNT VERNON HOSPITAL
    Parent/ Family Support ServicesThis program provides pregnancy testing, ultrasound, vitamin supplements, nutritional evaluation, regular medical check-ups, counseling, baby care instruction, childbirth classes, and other services for low-income mothers-to-be who may not be able to afford good pre-natal care.WestchesterPRENATAL CARE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMHUDSON RIVER HEALTHCARE
    Parent/ Family Support ServicesFor income eligible women, this program provides pregnancy testing, ultrasound, vitamin supplements, nutritional evaluation, regular medical check-ups, counseling, baby care instruction, child birth classes, and other services.WestchesterPRENATAL CARE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMNORTHERN WESTCHESTER HOSPITAL
    Parent/ Family Support ServicesFor income eligible women, this program provides pregnancy testing, ultrasound, vitamin supplements, nutritional evaluation, regular medical check-ups, counseling, baby care instruction, childbirth classes and other services.WestchesterPRENATAL CARE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMPLANNED PARENTHOOD HUDSON PECONIC
    Parent/ Family Support ServicesFor income eligible women, this program provides pregnancy testing, ultrasound, vitamin supplements, nutritional evaluation, regular medical check-ups, counseling, baby care instruction, childbirth classes, and other services.WestchesterPRENATAL CARE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (PCAP)MOUNT VERNON NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTER
    Parent/Family Support ServicesProvides an early childhood/parent education program designed to support school readiness and build parenting skills.WestchesterPARENT CHILD PLUSWESTCHESTER JEWISH COMMUNITY SERVICES (WJCS)
    Parent/Family Support ServicesProvides support services for low income mothers, to help them integrate and find resources within the community, also links them with professionals to deal with various basic needs and health care issues.WestchesterTHE MADRES PROJECTTARRYTOWN COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITY CENTER
    Parent/Family Support ServicesWIC is a supplemental food and nutrition program to help eligible women who are pregnant or breastfeeding or families with children under 5 years of age. WIC provides nutrition education, nutritious foods, and breastfeeding support and information.RocklandWIC (WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN)ROCKLAND COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
    PRC SCHOLARSHIP FUNDAwards financial assistance, on a sliding scale, based on the agency's guidelines and the availability of funds for low income families to become members and participate in parent-child and separation classes. These classes are offered for parents and children (ages birth to 7 years old) from Monday through Saturday.NassauPRC SCHOLARSHIP FUNDTHE PARENT RESOURCE CENTER
    Pregnancy ServicesThis program provides pregnancy testing, ultrasound, vitamin supplements, nutritional evaluation, regular medical check-ups, counseling, baby care instruction, childbirth classes, and other services for low income pregnant women.WestchesterPRENATAL CARE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMOPEN DOOR FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER
    Prescription ServicesOffers medication assistance for US citizens who are uninsured and/or fall below the poverty level, and are in need of medications.BRIDGES TO ACCESSGLAXO SMITH KLINE
    PRO BONO PROJECT-SUFFOLKRecruits private attorneys to represent low income persons without charge (pro bono). Handle a wide array of cases with a focus on bankruptcies to matrimonial matters and wills. Advice only for child support matters and 17A guardianships, and assistance with SSI/SSD initial application.SuffolkNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./ISLANDIANASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
    PROJECT SELF-SUFFICIENCYProvides affordable rental housing and support services for low income and homeless families with two or more children. Once the family goes through the intake process they are placed into a single family home and receive ongoing case management and financial education. The goal of the project is to develop life long skills needed for these families to obtain an education, secure employment and become financially secure.SuffolkPROJECT SELF-SUFFICIENCYWYANDANCH HOMES AND PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
    PUBLIC HOUSINGOperates family and senior apartment units.SuffolkTOWN HOUSING AUTHORITYTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    REBUILDING TOGETHER, LONG ISLAND, INC.Repairs and rehabilitates homes of low income, elderly, families with children and displaced or disabled homeowners by providing free repair services. Also builds wheelchair ramps when needed.NassauREBUILDING TOGETHER, LONG ISLAND, INC.REBUILDING TOGETHER, LONG ISLAND, INC.
    Recreation/Sport/Fitness ServicesOffers an array of athletic and recreational programs for children from economically challenged areas and children from special needs.WestchesterRECREATIONAL AND SPORT PROGRAMSBACKYARD SPORTS CARES
    REDCO MANAGEMENT CORPORATIONOffers low-middle income senior citizen housing. Call for details concerning eligibility, availability.NassauREDCO MANAGEMENT CORPORATIONHALANDIA ASSOCIATES
    SAFETY NET ASSISTANCEProvides assistance to individuals and families who do not qualify for the Family Assistance Program. Benefits are provided as cash for only 24 months. After 24 months benefits may continue as non-cash payment (vendor check or voucher). Call or visit website for further information.NassauSAFETY NET ASSISTANCENASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    SECTION 8 RENT SUBSIDY PROGRAMSubsidizes tenants in privately owned housing.SuffolkTOWN HOUSING AUTHORITYTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    SECTION 8 SUBSIDY PROGRAMUses income-qualifying standards set by the federal government for the Rent Subsidy Program and the Home Improvement Program.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTTOWN OF SOUTHAMPTON
    SENIOR ASSISTANCE FOR FUEL EMERGENCIESProvides a one time only winter fuel oil delivery for income eligible senior citizens residing in Nassau County. A crisis intervention program determination for eligibility is made on a case-by-case basis. Call for further information.NassauSENIOR ASSISTANCE FOR FUEL EMERGENCIESFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
    SENIOR CITIZEN PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONProvides county, town, and school tax relief to qualified Nassau County homeowners 65 and older. Accepts applications September 1-January 2 annually. Call for additional information.NassauSENIOR CITIZEN PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONNASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ASSESSMENT
    SENIOR HOUSING/BRENTWOOD/ST/ ANNE'S GARDENSProvides 100 units of low-income senior housing. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.SuffolkSENIOR HOUSING/BRENTWOOD/ST. ANNE'S GARDENSCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    SENIOR HOUSING/EAST MEADOWProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County,NassauSENIOR HOUSING/EAST MEADOWMITCHEL HOUSES
    SENIOR HOUSING/FREEPORT/PETERNANAProvides a 97 unit housing complex for low income senior citizens. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/FREEPORTCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    SENIOR HOUSING/GARDEN CITY PARKProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/GARDEN CITY PARKDENTON GREEN HOUSING COMPANY, INC.
    SENIOR HOUSING/HAMPTON BAYS/BISHOP RYAN VILLAGEProvides a 75 unit housing complex for low-income senior citizens. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.SuffolkSENIOR HOUSING/HAMPTON BAYSCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    SENIOR HOUSING/HEMPSTEADProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/HEMPSTEADGREENWICH GARDENS
    SENIOR HOUSING/HEMPSTEADProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/HEMPSTEADSTANAN MANAGEMENT CORPORATION
    SENIOR HOUSING/HEMPSTEADProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/HEMPSTEADWOODS EDGE APARTMENTS
    SENIOR HOUSING/INWOOD/MARY'S MANORProvides a 150 unit housing complex for low-income senior citizens. Some units offer comprehensive services for those who needed supportive care. Inquiries and information requests handled by Stanan Management Company.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/INWOODCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    SENIOR HOUSING/LYNBROOKProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/LYNBROOKNATHAN HALE HOUSING COMPANY, INC.
    SENIOR HOUSING/OCEANSIDEProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/OCEANSIDEBISHOP KELLENBERG HOUSING
    SENIOR HOUSING/OCEANSIDEProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/OCEANSIDEREDCO DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT CORPORATION
    SENIOR HOUSING/OCEANSIDE/BISHOP KELLENBERG GARDENSProvides a 57 unit housing complex for low-income senior citizens. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/OCEANSIDECATHOLIC CHARITIES
    SENIOR HOUSING/ROCKVILLE CENTREProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/ROCKVILLE CENTREMILL RIVER HOUSING ASSOCIATION
    SENIOR HOUSING/UNIONDALEProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/UNIONDALEST. AGNES VILLAGE
    SENIOR HOUSING/UNIONDALE/BISHOP DALY GARDENSProvides 45 units of low-income senior citizen housing. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/UNIONDALECATHOLIC CHARITIES
    SENIOR HOUSING/UNIONDALE/ST/ AGNES VILLAGEProvides a 75 unit housing complex for low-income senior citizens. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/UNIONDALECATHOLIC CHARITIES
    SENIOR HOUSING/VALLEY STREAMProvides low income housing for Seniors in Nassau County.NassauSENIOR HOUSING/VALLEY STREAMCHARLES J. MONICA SENIOR VILLAGE
    SENIOR MOBILE FOOD PANTRYDelivers food directly to seniors and people with disabilities who need assistance obtaining food and may have difficulty reaching local pantries or accessing other food programs. Also provide information and ancillary services, such as flu shots and nutrition counseling. Call or visit web site for locations.NassauSENIOR MOBILE FOOD PANTRYISLAND HARVEST
    SMILES CHANGE LIVESProvides orthodontic treatment for children from low-income families. Call for information on participating orthodontists in New York.SMILES CHANGE LIVESSMILES CHANGE LIVES
    SNAP EDUCATION AND ENROLLMENT ASSISTANCEProvides education and enrollment assistance related to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). SNAP provides nutrition assistance to eligible low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities. Services include a confidential prescreening, assistance in completing the SNAP application, explanation of benefits and resolving application issues.SuffolkSNAP EDUCATION AND ENROLLMENT ASSISTANCE HEALTH AND WELFARE COUNCIL OF LONG ISLAND
    ST. AGNES VILLAGEOffers low-middle income senior citizen housing. Call for details concerning eligibility, availability.NassauHOUSING AUTHORITYTOWN OF HEMPSTEAD
    ST. JOSEPH'S VILLAGEProvides a 200 unit housing complex for low-income seniors. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.SuffolkSENIOR HOUSING/SELDENCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    ST. MARK'S BREAD FOOD PANTRYProvides a three day supply of food to needy families. Also prepares holiday food baskets for the hungry, but must be requested in advance.SuffolkST. MARK'S BREAD FOOD PANTRYHOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH
    SUBSIDIZED RENTAL HOUSINGProvides assistance in getting subsidized housing through public housing rental apartments and subsidized section 8 vouchers. Call or visit for further information.NassauCITY OF LONG BEACH HOUSING AUTHORITYCITY OF LONG BEACH
    SUMMER CAMPA 2 week summer sleep away camp for girls ages 7-11 who qualiify for USDA free or reduced lunch program.SuffolkSUMMER CAMPNORTH SHORE HOLIDAY HOUSE
    SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAMHelps low-income households by supplementing their monthly food budget. Households use an electronic benefit card and personal identification number to access their benefits at the supermarket. Call for information and eligibility requirements.NassauSUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAMNASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    Support ServicesProvides free energy efficiency evaluations to income eligible state residents whose home would benefit from improved insulation, reduced drafts, and upgrades to lighting and appliances, and offers tips and strategies on how to better manage energy usage on a daily basis.AlbanyEMPOWER NEW YORKNEW YORK STATE ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (NYSERDA)
    Support ServicesProvides a program for low-income pregnant women who cannot afford good pre-natal care, with pregnancy testing, ultrasound, vitamin supplements, nutritional evaluation, regular medical check-ups, counseling, baby care instruction, childbirth classes, and other needed services.DutchessPRENATAL CARE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMHUDSON RIVER HEALTHCARE - DUTCHESS
    Support ServicesProvides weatherization services to low-middle income homeowners, renters or rental property owners to replace or repair heating or cooling systems, repairing/insulating cracks and holes to maximize efficiency, provide efficient lighting and refrigerator.AlbanyWEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (WAP)NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HOMES AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL (HCR)
    Tax Assistance ServicesProvide information to low income and/or ESL individuals about their “Rights and Responsibilities as a Taxpayer.” Individuals with tax issues such as audits, appeals, collections, innocent spouse relief and refunds are counseled and/or referred to a pro bono panel which consists of attorneys, certified public accountants and IRS Enrolled Agents.WestchesterTAX EDUCATION SERVICES - (LITC) LOW INCOME TAXPAYER CLINICWESTCHESTER COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (WESTCOP)
    Tax Preparation ServicesOffers free tax preparation for eligible people. DutchessAARP TAX AIDENORTH EAST COMMUNITY CENTER
    Tax Preparation Services9793 Graphite Mountain Road, Hague, NY Appointment Only- Please Call February 4 to April 9; Tues, Thurs. 9:00am to 4:00pm EssexHAGUE COMMUNITY CENTERFREE TAX PREPARATION ESSEX COUNTY
    Tax Preparation Services2471 Main Street, Lake Placid, NY Appointment Only- Please Call January 27 through March 24EssexLAKE PLACID PUBLIC LIBRARYFREE TAX PREPARATION ESSEX COUNTY
    Tax Preparation ServicesFree tax preparation EssexNorth Country Community College (Ticonderoga Campus)FREE TAX PREPARATION ESSEX COUNTY
    Tax Preparation ServicesOffering tax assistance to anyone who needs help with their 2018 tax returns. Walk-ins -- No Appointments taken! Call 518-335-8599 for information. Parking is on Court and Brinkerhoff Streets January 27 thru February 29 (closed 2/17/20) Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat 9:00am to1:30pm; Wed & Thurs 9:00am to 5:30pm March 1 thru 31 Wed. & Thurs. 9:00am to 5:30pm; Fri. & Sat. 9:00am to 1:30pm April 1 thru 10 Wed. & Thurs. 9:00am to 5:30pm; Fri. 9:00am to1:30pm ClintonTAX PREPARATION AND EITC (EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT)SENIOR CITIZENS COUNCIL OF CLINTON COUNTY
    Tax Preparation ServicesIn partnership with AARP, offers free tax preparation services for low-income individuals and families. WALK-INs FEBRUARY 1 THROUGH APRIL 15 SPRING VALLEY, M.L. KING CENTER – Mon 10:00 am-2:00 pm SPRING VALLEY, FINKELSTEIN LIBRARY , Mon 10:00 am-2:00 pm , Wed 3:00 pm-7:00 pm NYACK, Nyack Library, Mon 9:15 am-2:00 pm GARNERVILLE, Kings Daughters Library, Rosman Center Tue 2:00 pm-6:00 pm, Thu 10:00 am-2:00 pm, Sat 10:30 am-2:30 pm NEW CITY, New City Library, Tue and Sat 9:00 am-2:00 pm SUFFERN, Leo P. Lydon Building, Tue 10:00 am-2:00 pm NANUET, Nanuet Library, Wed 10:00 am-2:00 pm (Also Facilitated Self-Assist Site) NORTH ROCKLAND HIGH SCHOOL, Wed 2:30 pm-6:30 pm Feb 27; Mar 6, 13, 20, 27; Apr 3, 10 SUFFERN, Suffern Library Wed & Sat 10:00 am-2:00 pm PEARL RIVER, Pearl River Library, Fri 10:00 am-2:00 pm VALLEY COTTAGE, Valley Cottage Library, Fri 10:00 am-2:00 pm SPRING VALLEY, Salvation Army, Sat 10:00 am-2:00 pm RocklandTAX PREP WITH EITC EARNED INCOME TAX CREDITUNITED WAY OF ROCKLAND COUNTY
    TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE (TA) AND SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP)-CORAM CENTERAccepts applications for public assistance and SNAP benefits.Suffolk residents receiving SNAP/DSS benefits should call (631)853-8820. Individuals not receiving DSS benefits call (631)853-8825.SuffolkCORAM CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE (TA) AND SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP)-SMITHTOWN CENTERProvides monthly Temporary Assistance to eligible individuals or families as well as programs for one time emergency needs. The SNAP benefit program (formerly known as Food Stamps) can help low income households purchase food items.Suffolk residents receiving SNAP/DSS benefits should call (631)853-8820. Individuals not receiving DSS benefits call (631)853-8825.SuffolkSMITHTOWN CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE-TANFHelps low income households with temporary assistance. Call for more information and eligibility requirements.NassauTEMPORARY ASSISTANCE-TANFNASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    THANKSGIVING AND HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE/FOOD PANTRY AND CLOTHES CLOSETProvides food and toys during the holiday season for low-income families in the Patchogue Medford School District. Also provides food and clothing throughout the year.SuffolkTHANKSGIVING AND HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE/FOOD PANTRY AND CLOTHES CLOSETPATCHOGUE-MEDFORD YOUTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
    THEA BOWMAN RESIDENCEProvides a 31-unit, low-income housing complex for people with physical disabilities, either mobility-impaired, visually-impaired, or hearing-impaired. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.SuffolkTHEA BOWMAN RESIDENCECATHOLIC CHARITIES
    THRIFT STORESOffers furniture, clothing and other items at affordable prices. Open to individuals and agencies. Stores located in Garden City (516-746-8250), and Huntington (631-858-0380). To donate clothing or furniture visit website or call (516)822-3132.NassauTHRIFT STORESSOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
    TOWN HOUSING AUTHORITYMaintains 910 units of low income housing for seniors and the disabled, including 58 family units at 11 locations throughout the township. It also maintains 50 Section 8 housing vouchers for income-qualified renters of privately owned apartments.NassauTOWN HOUSING AUTHORITYTOWN OF OYSTER BAY
    TOWN OF HEMPSTEAD HOUSING AUTHORITYFulfills housing needs for the elderly and residents with limited income. Operates under the auspices of United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.NassauHOUSING AUTHORITYTOWN OF HEMPSTEAD
    VETERANS RIGHTS PROJECTProvides assistance with Disability Rights, VA Benefits, Discharge Upgrades, Housing, Entitlements, Child Support(Restrictions), and Domestic Violence(Restrictions). Appointment required.NassauNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./HEMPSTEADNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
    VETERANS RIGHTS PROJECTProvides assistance with Disability Rights, VA Benefits, Discharge Upgrades, Housing, Child Support(Restrictions), Domestic Violence(Restrictions), and Entitlements.SuffolkNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./ISLANDIANASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
    VETERANS RIGHTS PROJECTProvides assistance with Disability Rights, VA Benefits, Discharge Upgrades, Housing, Child Support(Restrictions), Domestic Violence(Restrictions), and Entitlements. Appointment required.SuffolkNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./RIVERHEADNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
    VILLAGE OF GREAT NECK HOUSING AUTHORITY, INCProvides rental assistance as a 74 unit low-income senior and disabled HUD funded building.NassauVILLAGE OF GREAT NECK HOUSING AUTHORITY, INCVILLAGE OF GREAT NECK HOUSING AUTHORITY, INC
    VILLAGE OF ISLAND PARK SENIOR HOUSINGOffers specially designed Section 8 housing for senior citizens. Call for details concerning income, assets, residency requirements. Also offers four handicapped units.NassauVILLAGE OF ISLAND PARK SENIOR HOUSINGVILLAGE OF ISLAND PARK SENIOR HOUSING
    VILLAGE PROGRAMProvides permanent housing for low income or homeless persons with HIV/AIDS. Supportive services include: case management, transportation, advocacy, referral to medical, mental health and substance abuse services, crisis intervention, permanency planning and HIV education. Affiliated with Transitional Services of New York for Long Island, Inc.SuffolkVILLAGE PROGRAMHAVEN HOUSE/BRIDGES, INC.
    VISION USAProvides basic eye examinations to low-income uninsured Americans. Must meet eligibility requirements. Call or visit website for additional information.VISION USAOPTOMETRY CARES - THE AOA FOUNDATION
    VOLUNTEER LAWYERS/PROJECT-NASSAURecruits private attorneys to represent low income persons without charge (pro-bono). Handle a wide array of cases with a focus on bankruptcies to matrimonial matters and 17A guardianships and landlord/tenant.NassauNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./HEMPSTEADNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
    WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAMGoal is to make the homes of low income Long Islanders, especially the elderly and disabled, more energy efficient. An energy audit is conducted to determine the most cost effective means of reducing energy consumption in the dwelling. Typical energy conservation measures employed may include installing insulation, repairing/replacing doors and windows, caulking, weatherstripping, interior air sealing, repair/replacement of heating systems and installation of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.SuffolkWEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAMCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF LONG ISLAND
    WEATHERIZATION REFERRALProvides low income eligible seniors with assistance in obtaining weatherization services through local providers.NassauWEATHERIZATION REFERRALNASSAU COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING
    WEATHERIZATION REFERRAL AND PACKAGING PROGRAMIdentifies Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) clients in need of weatherization services and provides education on energy conservation. Services may include repairs to heating systems and door/window replacements. Call for further information.NassauWEATHERIZATION REFERRAL AND PACKAGING PROGRAMEAC NETWORK
    WIC-AMITYVILLEOffers supplemental food, nutrition and health education to low income pregnant, breast-feeding and/or post-partum women and to infants and children. Also offers health and human services referrals.SuffolkWIC-AMITYVILLESUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    WIC BRENTWOODOffers supplemental food, nutrition and health education to low income pregnant, breast-feeding and/or post-partum women and to infants and children. Also offers health and human services referrals.SuffolkWIC-BRENTWOODSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    WIC-CORAMOffers supplemental food, nutrition and health education to low income pregnant, breast-feeding and/or post-partum women and to infants and children. Also offers health and human services referrals.SuffolkWIC-CORAMSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    WIC-GREENLAWNOffers supplemental food, nutrition and health education to low income pregnant, breast-feeding and/or post-partum women and to infants and children. Also offers health and human services referrals.SuffolkWIC-GREENLAWNSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    WIC-PATCHOGUEOffers supplemental food, nutrition and health education to low income pregnant, breast-feeding and/or post partum women and to infants and children. Also offers health and human services referrals.SuffolkWIC-PATCHOGUESUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    WIC-RIVERHEADOffers supplemental food, nutrition and health education to low income pregnant, breast-feeding and/or post-partum women and to infants and children. Also offers health and human services referrals.SuffolkWIC-RIVERHEADSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    WIC-SHIRLEYOffers supplemental food, nutrition and health education to low income pregnant, breast-feeding and/or post partum women and to infants and children. Also offers health and human services referrals.SuffolkWIC-SHIRLEYSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    WIC-SOUTHAMPTONOffers supplemental food, nutrition and health education to low income pregnant, breast-feeding and/or post-partum women and to infants and children. Also offers health and human services referrals.SuffolkWIC-SOUTHAMPTONSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    WIC-WYANDANCHOffers supplemental food, nutrition and health education to low income pregnant, breast-feeding and/or post-partum women and to infants and children. Also offers health and human services referrals.SuffolkWIC-WYANDANCHSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PATIENT CARE SERVICES
    WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDRENOffers food assistance, nutrition education, and health screening with referrals to human service agencies to low income pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women and their children up to age 5.NassauWOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDRENCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC) - AMITYVILLEOffers food assistance, nutrition education, and health screening with referrals to human service agencies to low income pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women and their children up to age 5.SuffolkWOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC) - AMITYVILLECATHOLIC CHARITIES
    WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC) - FREEPORTOffers food assistance, nutrition education, and health screening with referrals to human service agencies to low income pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women and their children up to age 5.NassauWOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC) - FREEPORTCATHOLIC CHARITIES
    WORKPLUS-BELLPORTProvides comprehensive vocational and educational services to low-income adults who are transitioning from welfare to work, entering the job market for the first time, re-entering the job market, and/or working but seeking additional skill training. Offers a variety of workshops including computer training, vocational counseling, employment readiness, Continuing Adult Education Classes, English as a Second Language, job placement services and information and referral.SuffolkWORKPLUS-BELLPORTFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
    WORKPLUS-HUNTINGTONProvides comprehensive vocational and educational services to low-income adults who are transitioning from welfare to work, entering the job market for the first time, re-entering the job market, and/or working but seeking additional skill training. Offers a variety of workshops including computer training, vocational counseling, employment readiness, Continuing Adult Education Classes, English as a Second Language, job placement services and information and referral.SuffolkWORKPLUS-HUNTINGTONFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
    Youth Enrichment ServicesProvides courses that take students to remote and beautiful wilderness areas to engage in hands-on activities. Completing a course gives a powerful sense of accomplishment, self-confidence, tests a student's ability to work as a team and as an individual, to learn to communicate, to lead, and to be self-reliant, and creates lasting friendships. Most courses are designed for beginners, but there are a series of progressively more difficult challenges available. Courses include Backpacking, Canoeing, Canyoneering, Desert Backpacking, Dogsledding, Mountaineering, Multi-Expedition, Rafting, Rock Climbing, Sailing, Sea Kayaking, and Snow and Ice.New YorkWILDERNESS EXPEDITIONSOUTWARD BOUND
    Youth Enrichment ServicesScheduled to begin the Monday after July Fourth and run for five weeks. To be eligible, applicants must be between ages 14-20, live in Ulster County, and have a family income at or below 200% of the federal standard. Participants will be placed at public and private not-for-profit agencies and paid $9.00 per hour for up to 28 hours per week. Applications are available on-line @ UlsterWorks.com, in town halls and at schools, or by contacting the office at 845-340-3170.UlsterYOUTH ENRICHMENT PROGRAMULSTER COUNTY OFFICE OF EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING-NYS DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    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

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