These organizations provide services for the immigrant and Hispanic communities, including advocacy, legal services, counseling and more. Explore resources below.
Feeding Long Island is a Facebook group that helps provide food specializes in coordinating extra care for the Undocumented who are Unhoused.
This office provides bilingual services, acting as a community resource and referrals, integration and citizenship services, and advocates for the Hispanic community.
This organization provides a range of services including employment services, crisis intervention, cultural programming, domestic violence resources, education and literacy resources, health, immigration and youth services.
Long Beach: (516) 431-1135
Hempstead: (516) 282-0145
North Franklin, Hempstead: (516) 292-2433
This center helps immigrant workers through leadership development, community organizing and education to promote economic justice.
The Hispanic Counseling Services provides mental health support programs including chemical dependency outpatient treatment, children & family support services, youth programs, and more.
This organization provides English and citizen classes, as well as classes to children with learning disabilities.
This organization provides civic education and networking opportunities, workforce development and economic development for minority communities.
The Empire Justice Center provides remote services for low income families. They can provide full representation, brief advice, and self-help materials for housing, social security benefits, domestic violence, immigration, and other issues.
Offers comprehensive and reliable legal consultation, application completion, and representation in court for immigrant groups and resettlement services for refugees. Also provides general services in nutrition, health, housing, and public assistance.
Runs soup kitchens in Hempstead, Long Beach, Freeport, and Central Islip, in addition to emergency shelters and a long-term housing program.
Serves as a direct service provider and advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) young people through age 30 in Long Island, with counseling, education, and other supportive services.
24/7 Crisis Hotline: (516) 679-1111
SEPA Mujer provides advocacy and support for immigrant women on Long Island. Services include cash assistance, leadership development, legal assistance, victim assistance, and youth programming.
110 N. Ocean Ave, Patchogue
Ayuda Latina Hotline: 833-762-9832
Operates a food bank with several Long Island locations. Also has programs such as job training, children’s nutrition, pet pantry, and mobile vans with information, referrals and emergency food.
The primary nonprofit umbrella organization for health and human services providers in Long Island through advocacy, support, and communication. Assists with public assistance and health care access in partnership with other community-based organizations. Community Response Collaborative was created to help our clients access the resources and services they need.
An organization that seeks to improve access to programs by persons with limited English proficiency through advocacy and education. Provides information and resources for those with limited English proficiency and meets once a month alternating between Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Offers child care programs for all ages, clinical and counseling services, a student volunteer group, and family assistance services.
OLA provides ESL and computer classes, leadership seminars and workshops, other educational workshops, and arts programs. Currently they have an active Project Hope Program which provides crisis counseling.
Project Help helpline: 631-500-0837
Has access to interpretation services for multiple languages. Works in providing education, advocacy and early intervention services.
Public Health Hotline: 631-787-2200
Yam Community Resource, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to providing services to the underserved population in the Haitian community, persons with disability, and the elderly.
This organization provides legal services for immigration issues including application for citizenship or refugee status, work authorization, and green cards, and engage in advocacy for the Central American community.
CLA provides low cost legal services to low income Long Island residents in the areas of immigration, public benefits denials, and more. Their website also provides self-help resources about immigration rights and laws.
The Hispanic Brotherhood has resettlement services, including housing and employment counseling, translation, immigration and legal assistance, naturalization and citizenship counseling, and advocacy in landlord-tenant and employer-employee disputes. The organization also has after school child care and senior lunch programs.
This organization provides programming for the Latino community including youth job training, immigration protection forums, and delivery of essential items.
Make the Road is an advocacy organization that uses community organizing to advance immigrant rights. They also provide education programs, health services, and legal services.
Brentwood: (631) 231-2220
This organization provides adult education, youth services, employment services including a job bank, and housing counseling to low to moderate income Latino residents in the Glen Cove area.
Provides information, education, and assistance to the Hispanic immigrant community in Hempstead. Includes English and Spanish classes, information on labor, tenants, and civil rights, assistance with immigration and naturalization, translations, social service filing applications, and produces informational publications.
Has access to interpretation services for multiple languages. Provides family education & support/Children’s mental health, senior & adult services; residential care, addiction prevention, treatment & recovery.
Roosevelt Prevention Coalition (substance abuse treatment): 516-509-3366
Hempstead Prevention Coalition (substance abuse treatment: (516) 486-7200 ext. 4318
Offers personalized treatment and services to children from birth to age 24 and their families in substance abuse, mental health, and developmental delays. Has three locations in Long Island in Roslyn Heights, Manhasset and Westbury.
Provides legal assistance and services to students and their families in education related cases in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Nassau: (516) 248-2222
Suffolk: (631) 234-0467
The mission of 2-1-1 Long Island is to provide all Long Islanders a comprehensive internet connection to human services on a day-to-day basis and in time of disaster. Services include housing & utilities, crisis & emergency, disaster assistance, food, health, jobs & support. Languages: Can communicate with callers in 200 languages.
This organization serves the Latino community in Hampton Bays through education, social services, emergency assistance, support and advocacy.
Regional office: (914) 631-8872
Offers programs in housing and case management, mental hygiene, family and youth services, housing & tenant counseling services, job development, English classes, youth leadership and an afterschool program, and assistance with nutrition and Medicaid.
Runs multiple locations in Long Island that offer addiction services, children and youth programs, family mental health and support services, housing and homeless services, integrated health care, technology and job development, and seniors and veterans assistance.
Has access to interpretation services for multiple languages. Offers counseling and mental health, HIV/STD testing, support groups. They also have regularly-scheduled programs and services each week and offer public spaces for people of all ages.
Bay Shore: 516-323-0011
Sag Harbor: 631-899-4950
Offers services to Suffolk County Youth, under the age of 21 by ensuring their physical, social and educational well-being. The agencies contracted by this organization offer the following services: Crisis Intervention, Informal and Formal Counseling, Temporary Shelter, Recreational/Cultural Programs, Employment Programs, Information and Referral, Advocacy, Educational Programs, Youth Hotlines, and Runaway and Homeless Youth Services.
Provides education, emergency services (food, shelter). Creates opportunities by focusing on education, financial stability and health.