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Association for Mental Health and Wellness
Our Mental Health Helpline provides essential information and referrals to anyone facing a mental health issue or living with mental illness, their families and service providers. You may access a list of health professionals and resources via our website or by calling us directly. Our trained staff will conduct a brief assessment of your needs and help link you to the most appropriate community resource and services including professional behavioral health and social service providers, self-help groups, informational websites, and more.

Bayview Baptist Church
Weekly Bible preaching and teaching. Sunday service: 11:00 am. Sunday school: 9:45 am. Sunday evening service: 6:00 pm. Wednesday evening service: 7:00 pm.

Brighter Tomorrows
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.

Christ Church
Provides emergency food once a month to those in need. Provides information and referral services.Regular church services are offered.

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 Emergency Food Center
Thrift store and emergency food pantry serving communities south of the railroad tracks - Shirley, Mastic, and Mastic Beach. Food (2 days worth) is available to persons in need once a month. Located on the grounds of William Paca Middle School. Other services are also provided if indicated. Please inquire at registration.

Congressman Lee Zeldin
Lee Zeldin represents New York’s First Congressional District which spans the eastern end of Long Island from Smithtown to Montauk Point. Party affiliation: Republican.

Islamic Center of Mastic-Shirley (Masjid Umar Bin Khattaab)
5 times daily salah (prayers) Weekly Jumu’ah (congregational) prayer Daily Religious Class (Ta’leem) – after Isha Salah Children’s Quran Classes Food Pantry Individual and Family Counseling (call for appointment) Community Iftars (during Ramadan) Salaatul Taraweeh (during Ramadan)

Never Alone, Never Afraid, Inc.
Advocates for and provides a full range of services for homeless families and dependents. Provides temporary housing, intensive services, and education as well as ongoing case management and social work.

Poospatuck Reservation Community Center
Community center and food pantry

St. Johns Episcopal Church Outreach
Emergency food provided.

Tri Hamlet Leadership Council
The Tri Hamlet Leadership Council is an unincorporated association which, in response to Hurricane Sandy, has been organized by a coalition of community groups to assess and help meet the disaster relief needs of local residents. Funding related to the activities of the Leadership Council will be administered by The William Floyd Community Summit, a federally registered 501(c)3 public charity. The working body of the organization will consist of 10 committees

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