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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.

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.

Job/Career Counseling at the Mastics-Moriches-Shirley Community Library
Provides assistance with job search techniques, self-assessment, and educational planning. The program is free of charge to all Community Library card holders. For information call 631 399-1511, ext. 240.

Literacy Suffolk, Inc. Regional Office at the Community Library
The Community Library is a regional office for Literacy Suffolk, Inc. The office facilitates basic reading and English skills tutoring. District residents who have difficulty reading or for whom English is not their first language, may apply for private or small group tutoring through Literacy Suffolk, Inc.

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.

William Floyd School District
Superintendent of Schools: Kevin Coster (631) 874-1201. Comprehensive information can be found on the website. All phone numbers and information about the schools, adult education, special education, budget information, and the Board of Education is available on the webstie.



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