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Long Island Youth Mentoring

Family Medical Care

Stony Brook CAPP

Pairs stable, nurturing adults with disadvantaged youth, which provides our youth with extra guidance, support and positive role models

Outreach Substance Abuse Services

Out patient substance abuse treatment services

Youthbuild Long Island at United Way

YouthBuild Long Island is a free program that serves low-income young adults ages 18 to 24. YouthBuild program components include Housing, Education, Job Readiness/Construction Pre-Apprenticeship Training, Career Development, Leadership Development, Counseling and Graduate Services. A strong focus is placed on Green industry job opportunities in Energy Efficiency, Renewables, Weatherization, Energy Star construction, and Home Performance. Students have hands on training with the latest equipment and technology at our E3 Career Training Center in Deer Park.

CAPP is a free and confidential program that offers a range of services to address the issues surrounding the reproductive and sexual health of young teens and young adults up to age 21 (including those with developmental disabilities)

LIGALY

Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY) is a bi-county (Nassau and Suffolk) not-for-profit organization providing education, advocacy, and social support services to Long Island's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) youth and young adults, and all youth, young adults, and their families for whom sexuality, sexual identity, gender identity, and HIV/AIDS are an issue. Our goals are to empower GLBT youth, advocate for their diverse interests, and to educate society about them.

 

Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY) is an affiliate organization of The Long Island GLBT Services Network (The Network). Together with The Long Island GLBT Community Center, Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders - Long Island, The East End Gay Organization, and Equality Long Island, the five organizations of The Network are working to end homophobia and transphobia on Long Island, provide a home and a safe space for Long Island's GLBT community, and advocate for equality.  

 

The organizations of The Network operate two Community Centers, The Center at Bay Shore, which opened in 2002, is located at 34 Park Avenue in Bay Shore.  In 2011, The Center at Garden City opened, located at 400 Garden City Plaza, Suite 110 in Garden City.

Provides routine medical services to the residents of Awixa. FMC is open 7 days per week and accepts walk-ins.

Dr. Leddy

If an Awixa resident requires more advanced medical attention and testing Dr. Leddy is the Internal medicine provider that we use. He is affiliated with both Southside Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital.

Dr. Calderon

Provides routine dental care for the residents of Awixa.

Most Valuable Kids

Live entertainment provides a positive source of inspiration for children in a world where there are many negative alternatives. Most Valuable Kids of Greater New York, Inc. (MVK) brings this inspiration to underserved children in the New York Metropolitan Area. MVK does this by offering children's organizations access to cultural events, professional and collegiate sports and entertainment events through an online ticket donation and reward system. MVK overcomes the financial obstacles associated with attending live events by distributing unused tickets to children who would otherwise not be able to afford to attend. These tickets are distributed to boys and girls, 18 and under, through organizations that focus on children in low-income and underserved households.