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Boy Scouts of America
Tiger Cubs: 1st grade boys and parent; Cub Scouts: 2nd through 4th grade boys; Boy Scouts: 5th grade - 17 year old boys; Venturing: 14 - 20 year olds (coed); Exploring (Career Education program): Coed program for teens 14 - 20 years old
Provides counseling, support groups, and referrals to victims of domestic violence. Offers transportation and court advocacy to help victims access legal options. Special group counseling services for children who are victims/witnesses of domestic violence.
Chamber of Commerce of the Mastics and Shirley, Inc.
Through regular meetings and events held locally, and featuring guest speakers with a wide range of information relevant to all, the Chamber encourages the sharing of knowledge between businesses of all kinds and the members of our communities. Please see website for more information.
Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches
Chamber of Commerce for Center Moriches, Moriches and East Moriches. The Chamber of Commerce was organized in 1926 and incorporated in 1946. Our goal is to promote Business to Business relations, and local shopping. The Chamber meets every second Tuesday of the month (6:15 pm meeting) September through June.
Colonial Youth and Family Services
Serves youth and families in the Mastics, Moriches and Shirley Community. Provides a broad array of services including: counseling, crisis intervention, social services, childcare, recreation and teen parenting. The range of services is broad; please feel free to contact them with questions.
Community Library's Family Literacy Project, Inc.
A not-for-profit organization whose mission is to support and encourage family literacy. In addition to ongoing literacy based programs, the Community Library offers special grant funded programs. The Family Literacy Project, Inc. funds nationally recognized, proven programs such as: Parent/Child Home Program, Reach Out and Read, and English as a Second Language Family Literacy Component. Please contact the office for more information.
Congressman Tim Bishop
Tim Bishop represents New York’s First Congressional District which spans the eastern end of Long Island from Smithtown to Montauk Point. A lifelong Long Islander, he is proud of his record of hard work and effective constituent service. He works seven days a week and has hosted more than 100 Town Hall meetings throughout his district. He was first elected to Congress in 2002, and has been re-elected by strong majorities ever since.
Family Counseling Services
Provides treatment, prevention, education, crisis intervention and supportive services to individuals and families in need of professional help in many areas of mental health including: youth and family problems, depression, anxiety disorders and adjustment to life transitions, substance abuse treatment and prevention, domestic violence and child abuse, and treatment and advocacy for families coping with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Call for appt.
Family Service League
Family Service League is a not-for-profit, nationally accredited, non-sectarian human service agency. Services include counseling, family case management, information and referral, substance abuse treatment, and education and advocacy which promote and maintain positive family functioning.
***Please see the webpage for additional information and full list of programs.
Girl Scouts of Service #48 - Part of Girl Scouts of Suffolk County
Service Unit #48 serves Mastic, Mastic Beach, Moriches, and Shirley (the William Floyd School District). Unit #48 has a membership of 300 girls and 100 leaders. Members are offered learning experiences and service projects that help them to grow culturally and socially.
Just Kids Learning Center
A multi-service organization offering daycare & preschool, special education services, speech, language, and educational evaluations. UPK at select sites.
Kiwanis Club of the Mastics
Kiwanis is a global organization dedicated to changing the would one child and one community at a time. Members are businesses and professionals who raise money for children's charities.
Knights of Columbus J.V. Kavanaugh Council #5293
The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic family fraternal service organization with 1.7 million members. It provides members and their families with volunteer opportunities in service to the Catholic Church, their communities, families and young people.
Manorville Chamber of Commerce
Serving Manorville and the surrounding community with support, guidance and services to help our member businesses succeed in today's challenging economy. Monthly meetings are the second Tuesday of the month, visit our website for more information -- www.manorvillechamber.org.
Mastics Shirley Lions Club
The Lions Club is a service organization dealing with blind or visually handicapped individuals. They welcome anyone who wants to join. There is a $50 annual membership fee. Monthly meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month @ Ladakins Restaurant.
New Hope Revival Church
Provides emergency food once a month to those in need. Provides information and referral services. Regular church services are offered.
SCORE - counselors to small business
The sole mission of SCORE is to serve our local business communities with pro-bono counseling that promotes successful new business startups and the success of existing small-medium size business. To accomplish this, we offer workshops, face-to-face, cyber and telephone counseling to assist clients with: preparation of business and marketing plans and documentation required for startup or operating capital. Existing businesses benefit from an assessment and recommendations regarding potential operational, marketing, financial, management and planning issues.
William Floyd Alumni Association
To bridge WFHS alumni and students through the years, to provide scholarships and outreach to the WF community, and to recognize the achievements of outstanding alumni.
William Floyd Project (YMCA Mastic)
Offers a wide range of programs to youth and families of the community. Provides counseling to individuals age 5 to 21 years and their families, Youth and Government Teen Leadership Council, parenting education/training, summer employment program, anger management, and stress reduction exercise classes.