Overdose Prevention Guide

Mental Health,General Information

Great Overdose Prevention Guide.

CARES Child Care Scholarship Application

New York State
Childcare

Funding to provide essential workers, who are required to work outside of their home, with quality child care.

Lfyt + Island Harvest: FREE RIDES

Island Harvest and Lyft are working together to provide FREE rides to and from local pantries and restaurants. Call (516) 805-1642

Veteran Addiction Withdrawal and Detox Guide

Long Island,United States
Resources
Veterans

Our country’s veterans deserve the best we can offer. Helping veterans receive quality detox treatment is one way we can honor their service and sacrifice.

Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc.

Long Island,Suffolk County

Through funding from the federal Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) program, the Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc. is offering financial assistance to eligible Suffolk County residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Financial hardships/need include food, funeral costs, rental expenses, broker fees, utility expenses, medical expenses, retraining expenses, clothing, bedding, toiletries, etc. Applicants’ household income must not exceed 200 percent of poverty guidelines.

COVID Rent Relief Program

Long Island

The COVID Rent Relief Program will provide eligible households with a one-time rental subsidy that will be sent directly to the household’s landlord. Applicants will not need to repay this assistance. The rental assistance payment will cover the difference between the household’s rent burden on March 1, 2020 and the increase in rent burden for the months the households is applying for assistance. Households can apply for up to four months in rental assistance.

Association for Mental Health & Wellness

Long Island

MHAW will be offering expanded hours for our Peer Support Line and our Healing Connections Peer Support Groups to Suffolk County residents. These services are staffed by our trained and experienced Certified Peer Specialists. The objective of this telephone and online support will maximize access to those we serve and help to minimize the potential negative effects of social isolation during this challenging time.

South Fork East End Dashboard

Long Island

Developing COVID19 resilience network on the East End.

LMHQ jobs/resource/ funds listserv

Long Island

You can find valuable resourses, jobs and gigs, government relief information, volunteering opportunities, and online education links. Have something to add to the list? Let us know at ulla@lmhq.nyc!

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

Essential Information

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) provides payment to workers not traditionally eligible for unemployment benefits (self-employed, independent contractors, workers with limited work history, and others) who are unable to work as a direct result of the coronavirus public health emergency.

NYS Shared Work Program Careers Website

Long Island
Career

NYS has developed a Shared Work program for folks to apply for partial unemployment to supplement a reduced work schedule.

The Safe Center LI

Long Island

Those co-isolating with an abuser might be experiencing increasing incidents of domestic violence and sexual assalt. The Safe Center hotline # is (516)542-0404 and is free and confidential 24/7 in English and Spanish.

Coronavirus on Long Island: See live updates

Long Island

Newsday is providing all readers with access to this breaking news blog on important developments about the coronavirus and our community.

Long Island restaurants offering free food to those in need amid coronavirus pandemic

Long Island

Newsday article with list of restaurants offering free food.

Nassau County Creators of COVID19 Medical Supplies

Long Island,Nassau County

This group exists to share information about DIY supplies such as cloth masks, hand sanitizer, and face shields, and which medical, assisted living, etc facilities in Nassay County are accepting supplies.

Disaster Loan Assistance Resources Webpage

Long Island
Loans

Details are emerging on the prospect of applying for Small Business Association (SBA) Loans: Not for profits are also eligible for these disaster loans. NYS applied for disaster declaration earlier this week and and the Federal government just approved them so the portal should be open to apply.

Housing Help Inc. Nonprofit Website

Long Island
Housing

Housing Help Inc.’s mission is to help low and moderate income family’s access safe, decent affordable housing; to help them develop financial skills in order to maintain their housing; to increase the supply of low and moderate income housing; and to pursue fair housing goals.

Community Solidarity Food Distribution

Long Island

Community Solidarity shares free vegetarian groceries, clothing, and other necessities at locations across Long Island. At these Food Shares, anyone in need can get most (if not all) of their weekly groceries. Each Food Share is a free supermarket where community members share instead of pay for what they need.

1575 Remote Jobs From 100+ Companies Hiring Remotely in February 2020 Crowd Sourced Google Sheets

Long Island,United States
Career

List of remote job offerings.

Nassau DSA Covid-19 Mutual Aid Form Google Form

Long Island,Nassau County
Mutual Aid

In response to the increasing crisis presented by Covid-19, Nassau DSA is setting up a mutual aid network among DSA comrades, family, and people living in the county to help each other during this difficult time.

Nassau County COVID Support Resources Webpage

Long Island,Nassau County
Resources

Resources from Nassau County: links, numbers, updates.

Nassau County Emergency Management Supply Requests Local Website

Long Island,Nassau County
Resources

Orders will be filled as supplies become available. The date you specify is not necessarily when your order will be filled. You will be notified when you can pick up or expect delivery. Please do not contact us for updates.

Suffolk County Emergency Management Supply Requests Google Form

Long Island,Suffolk County
Mutual Aid

County form for requesting supplies like PPE from Suffolk County government.

Long Island Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster

Long Island

The LIVOAD is a program housed within the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island (HWCLI) and funded by PSEG Long Island. We are a coalition of non-profit, government, and for-profit organizations in Nassau and Suffolk Counties committed to working together in the areas of disaster mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. Following the National VOAD model, our emphasis is on promoting communication, cooperation, collaboration and coordination (the 4 C's). Areas of specialty include disaster case management; managing and coordinating donations, food, housing, and volunteers; pet care; spiritual care; special needs; mental health; immigrant affairs; and other related issues. For more information about the LIVOAD or to obtain a nomination form for membership, contact Health and Welfare Council of Long Island at (516) 505-4421.

Four Directions Mutual Aid

Long Island

Four Directions is collaborating with a wide range of groups to provide culturally competent mutual-aid that supports Indigenous communities on Paumanauke Long Island, NY and surrounding areas during the COVID19 pandemic. Our mission is to ensure the needs of Indigenous nations and communities are widely known and prioritized by outside organizations and individuals in a culturally competent way.  fdmutualaid.wordpress.com  |  fdmutualaid@protonmail.com | 631-626-5842

Scope Education Services Educational Website

Long Island
Education

Scope is providing childcare for "essential workers". The way the schools put out the info it would only apply for healthcare and first responders, but it is for anyone deemed essential by the governor and includes grocery workers and food workers. So far island wide only 300 kids are in the program.

Invisible Hands - food delivery Organization Website

Long Island

Invisible Hands, a group of young volunteers offering free delivery of groceries, supplies, or whatever else you may need. If you are elderly, immunocompromised or otherwise at-risk, please submit a request at InvisibleHandsDeliver.com, and a volunteer will get what you need and bring the items right to your door. We want you to stay safe! Payments for items can be made by calling the store and providing your information prior to the pick-up, via cash or check, or using PayPal/Venmo/Cash App/Zelle. (We also offer some small subsidies if you need, no application required) InvisibleHandsDeliver.org InvisibleHandsDeliver@gmail.com 732-639-1579

Suffolk County Creators of COVID19 Medical Supplies

Long Island,Suffolk County

This group exists to share information about DIY supplies such as cloth masks, hand sanitizer, and face shields, and which medical, assisted living, etc facilities in Suffolk County are accepting supplies.

Support for Local Businesses & Frontline Workers FB Group

Long Island

A group to support our restaurants and local businesses while thanking our Front Line workers and letting them know they are appreciated. We will collect money to order from our local places of business and send thank you platters/trays/pizza to hospitals, nursing homes, frontline workers.

Long Island Mutual Aid Facebook Group Facebook Group

Long Island

This group can be used as a network for those affected by COVID-19: whether you are stuck at home in need of assistance, looking for work, need childcare, etc, let’s come together and pool our resources to help one another in this time of crisis. We will have two major posts: one will be for offering services and one will be looking for aid. They need volunteers.

Shinnecock Mutual Aid GoFundMe

Long Island

Fundraiser for the Shinnecock Nation for COVID-19 emergency response. Donations will be used for emergency food and medical supplies for those Shinnecock members facing hardship in light of the current situation. All money will be withdrawn directly to the Shinnecock Nation and will be distributed where it is needed most.

Long Island Crisis Center (Mental Health)

Long Island

Long Island Crisis Center’s hotline remains available 24/7. If you are in crisis or need emotional support, please call LICC at (516) 679-1111

LB Community Organizations Active in Disasters - LB COAD

Long Island

The Long Beach COAD (LB COAD) has agreed to meet and work together to address the needs of residents of Long Beach, New York in response to disasters. We will strive to assess and address the unmet needs of Long Beach, New York residents impacted by disasters through collaboration with community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, nongovernment-based organizations, government agencies and individuals to assist the community in the recovery process

COVID-19 Response: Community Resources & Services Suffolk County, NY Crowd Sourced Google Doc

Long Island
Mutual Aid

COVID-19 Response: Community Resources & Services Suffolk County, NY Compiled by Mariana Debbe, Vice President of the Miller Place Civic Association

Online AA Meetings During COVID-19 Crowd Sourced Google Doc

Long Island
Mutual Aid

Online AA meeting services.

New York State Info Hub Crowd Sourced Google Doc

Long Island
Mutual Aid

a doc created to put New York state info in one place

Youth Leadership Council emergency funds for undocumented communities (NYC)

Long Island

The NYSYLC is the first undocumented, youth-led organization in New York. We are working to raise funds to support undocumented youth and their families in New York City during the time of COVID-19. Our goal is to raise funds to provide emergency and preventative resources to those at financial risk.

Suffolk DSA Mutual Aid Form Google Form

Long Island,Suffolk County
Mutual Aid

In response to the increasing crisis presented by Covid-19, Suffolk DSA is setting up a mutual aid network among DSA comrades, family, and people living in the county to help each other during this difficult time.

LI Herald coverage

Essential Information

For latest local updates online

NYS Unemployment Claimant Handbook

Essential Information

Kanopy Movie Streaming

Essential Information

Thousands of Free movies Online

Nassau County Updates

Essential Information

Libby Online Library

Essential Information

Digital library with ebooks and audiobooks (free with a library card).

Price Gouging Support

Essential Information

Mental health hotline New York

Essential Information

Governor Cuomo just announced a free mental health hotline that has been set up by the state, which anyone can call to access one of the 6,175 mental health professionals who have volunteered. The hotline number is 1-844-863-9314 for anyone who may need it, or who may want to provide it to their clients, family or friends.

Small Business Survey

Essential Information

Apply for Unemployment

Essential Information

Apply online for unemployment in NYS.

Donation Site for First Responders and healthcare workers

Essential Information

You can donate essentials monday through friday 9am - 3pm in Eisenhower Park.

NYS Website

Essential Information

For NYS updates

Guide for determining essential businesses

Essential Information

Drive-Through Coronavirus Test Site Opens at Jones Beach

Long Island

The site will operate from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., by appointment only, though no doctor referral is needed. For information on how to make an appointment at the drive-through testing site, health officials say to call the New York State Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Hotline at 1-888-364-3065.

Free drive-thru coronavirus testing site opens at Stony Brook University

Long Island

Suffolk County residents can now get free testing for COVID-19 at Stony Brook University at a drive-thru coronavirus testing facility that opened yesterday. The mobile testing site has six lanes to accommodate up to 1,000 tests per day. It will be open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Appointments are required. To make an appointment, call the State Coronavirus Hotline 24/7 at 1-888-364-3065.

NYS Free Mental Health Hotline: 1-844-863-9314

Long Island

Governor Cuomo just announced a free mental health hotline that has been set up by the state, which anyone can call to access one of the 6,175 mental health professionals who have volunteered. The hotline number is 1-844-863-9314 for anyone who may need it, or who may want to provide it to their clients, family or friends.

Translation Services: Vered Siegel

Long Island

My company is mobilizing our international reach to activate team members who are multilingual to volunteer to help organizations that need to translate their materials into other languages, and quickly. We send out a daily briefing with opportunities to all staff, which is over 5,000 people all over the world, mostly who are now stuck at home with no work. If you work for or with a social services organization that needs translation of your web pages, materials, or anything at all - please email me directly with the following information: Organization Name: Organization Contact: Summary of Materials Needed to Translate: Language(s) Needed: I'll amplify it. We'll get you staffed.

Hofstra Law School CED Clinic

Long Island

Potentially able to help nonprofit and activist groups with crisis-related legal issues that come up. 516-463-5934

East End Resilience Network Twitter Account: @EndPandemic

Long Island

East End Resilience Network has started a Twitter Account for news and information of interest to East Enders, including local, regional, national and international resources. It's at @EndPandemic. Please follow and suggest accounts to follow.

Overdose Prevention Guide

In
For

Great Overdose Prevention Guide.

View Resource

CARES Child Care Scholarship Application

In
For

Funding to provide essential workers, who are required to work outside of their home, with quality child care.

View Resource

Lfyt + Island Harvest: FREE RIDES

In
For

Island Harvest and Lyft are working together to provide FREE rides to and from local pantries and restaurants. Call (516) 805-1642

View Resource

Veteran Addiction Withdrawal and Detox Guide

In
Long Island,United States
For
Veterans

Our country’s veterans deserve the best we can offer. Helping veterans receive quality detox treatment is one way we can honor their service and sacrifice.

View Resource

Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc.

In
Long Island,Suffolk County
For

Through funding from the federal Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) program, the Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc. is offering financial assistance to eligible Suffolk County residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Financial hardships/need include food, funeral costs, rental expenses, broker fees, utility expenses, medical expenses, retraining expenses, clothing, bedding, toiletries, etc. Applicants’ household income must not exceed 200 percent of poverty guidelines.

View Resource

COVID Rent Relief Program

In
Long Island
For

The COVID Rent Relief Program will provide eligible households with a one-time rental subsidy that will be sent directly to the household’s landlord. Applicants will not need to repay this assistance. The rental assistance payment will cover the difference between the household’s rent burden on March 1, 2020 and the increase in rent burden for the months the households is applying for assistance. Households can apply for up to four months in rental assistance.

View Resource

Association for Mental Health & Wellness

In
Long Island
For

MHAW will be offering expanded hours for our Peer Support Line and our Healing Connections Peer Support Groups to Suffolk County residents. These services are staffed by our trained and experienced Certified Peer Specialists. The objective of this telephone and online support will maximize access to those we serve and help to minimize the potential negative effects of social isolation during this challenging time.

View Resource

South Fork East End Dashboard

In
Long Island
For

Developing COVID19 resilience network on the East End.

View Resource

LMHQ jobs/resource/ funds listserv

In
Long Island
For

You can find valuable resourses, jobs and gigs, government relief information, volunteering opportunities, and online education links. Have something to add to the list? Let us know at ulla@lmhq.nyc!

View Resource

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

In
For

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) provides payment to workers not traditionally eligible for unemployment benefits (self-employed, independent contractors, workers with limited work history, and others) who are unable to work as a direct result of the coronavirus public health emergency.

View Resource

NYS Shared Work Program Careers Website

In
Long Island
For

NYS has developed a Shared Work program for folks to apply for partial unemployment to supplement a reduced work schedule.

View Resource

The Safe Center LI

In
Long Island
For

Those co-isolating with an abuser might be experiencing increasing incidents of domestic violence and sexual assalt. The Safe Center hotline # is (516)542-0404 and is free and confidential 24/7 in English and Spanish.

View Resource

Coronavirus on Long Island: See live updates

In
Long Island
For

Newsday is providing all readers with access to this breaking news blog on important developments about the coronavirus and our community.

View Resource

Long Island restaurants offering free food to those in need amid coronavirus pandemic

In
Long Island
For

Newsday article with list of restaurants offering free food.

View Resource

Nassau County Creators of COVID19 Medical Supplies

In
Long Island,Nassau County
For

This group exists to share information about DIY supplies such as cloth masks, hand sanitizer, and face shields, and which medical, assisted living, etc facilities in Nassay County are accepting supplies.

View Resource

Disaster Loan Assistance Resources Webpage

In
Long Island
For

Details are emerging on the prospect of applying for Small Business Association (SBA) Loans: Not for profits are also eligible for these disaster loans. NYS applied for disaster declaration earlier this week and and the Federal government just approved them so the portal should be open to apply.

View Resource

Housing Help Inc. Nonprofit Website

In
Long Island
For

Housing Help Inc.’s mission is to help low and moderate income family’s access safe, decent affordable housing; to help them develop financial skills in order to maintain their housing; to increase the supply of low and moderate income housing; and to pursue fair housing goals.

View Resource

Community Solidarity Food Distribution

In
Long Island
For

Community Solidarity shares free vegetarian groceries, clothing, and other necessities at locations across Long Island. At these Food Shares, anyone in need can get most (if not all) of their weekly groceries. Each Food Share is a free supermarket where community members share instead of pay for what they need.

View Resource

1575 Remote Jobs From 100+ Companies Hiring Remotely in February 2020 Crowd Sourced Google Sheets

In
Long Island,United States
For

List of remote job offerings.

View Resource

Nassau DSA Covid-19 Mutual Aid Form Google Form

In
Long Island,Nassau County
For

In response to the increasing crisis presented by Covid-19, Nassau DSA is setting up a mutual aid network among DSA comrades, family, and people living in the county to help each other during this difficult time.

View Resource

Nassau County COVID Support Resources Webpage

In
Long Island,Nassau County
For

Resources from Nassau County: links, numbers, updates.

View Resource

Nassau County Emergency Management Supply Requests Local Website

In
Long Island,Nassau County
For

Orders will be filled as supplies become available. The date you specify is not necessarily when your order will be filled. You will be notified when you can pick up or expect delivery. Please do not contact us for updates.

View Resource

Suffolk County Emergency Management Supply Requests Google Form

In
Long Island,Suffolk County
For

County form for requesting supplies like PPE from Suffolk County government.

View Resource

Long Island Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster

In
Long Island
For

The LIVOAD is a program housed within the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island (HWCLI) and funded by PSEG Long Island. We are a coalition of non-profit, government, and for-profit organizations in Nassau and Suffolk Counties committed to working together in the areas of disaster mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. Following the National VOAD model, our emphasis is on promoting communication, cooperation, collaboration and coordination (the 4 C's). Areas of specialty include disaster case management; managing and coordinating donations, food, housing, and volunteers; pet care; spiritual care; special needs; mental health; immigrant affairs; and other related issues. For more information about the LIVOAD or to obtain a nomination form for membership, contact Health and Welfare Council of Long Island at (516) 505-4421.

View Resource

Four Directions Mutual Aid

In
Long Island
For

Four Directions is collaborating with a wide range of groups to provide culturally competent mutual-aid that supports Indigenous communities on Paumanauke Long Island, NY and surrounding areas during the COVID19 pandemic. Our mission is to ensure the needs of Indigenous nations and communities are widely known and prioritized by outside organizations and individuals in a culturally competent way.  fdmutualaid.wordpress.com  |  fdmutualaid@protonmail.com | 631-626-5842

View Resource

Scope Education Services Educational Website

In
Long Island
For

Scope is providing childcare for "essential workers". The way the schools put out the info it would only apply for healthcare and first responders, but it is for anyone deemed essential by the governor and includes grocery workers and food workers. So far island wide only 300 kids are in the program.

View Resource

Invisible Hands - food delivery Organization Website

In
Long Island
For

Invisible Hands, a group of young volunteers offering free delivery of groceries, supplies, or whatever else you may need. If you are elderly, immunocompromised or otherwise at-risk, please submit a request at InvisibleHandsDeliver.com, and a volunteer will get what you need and bring the items right to your door. We want you to stay safe! Payments for items can be made by calling the store and providing your information prior to the pick-up, via cash or check, or using PayPal/Venmo/Cash App/Zelle. (We also offer some small subsidies if you need, no application required) InvisibleHandsDeliver.org InvisibleHandsDeliver@gmail.com 732-639-1579

View Resource

Suffolk County Creators of COVID19 Medical Supplies

In
Long Island,Suffolk County
For

This group exists to share information about DIY supplies such as cloth masks, hand sanitizer, and face shields, and which medical, assisted living, etc facilities in Suffolk County are accepting supplies.

View Resource

Support for Local Businesses & Frontline Workers FB Group

In
Long Island
For

A group to support our restaurants and local businesses while thanking our Front Line workers and letting them know they are appreciated. We will collect money to order from our local places of business and send thank you platters/trays/pizza to hospitals, nursing homes, frontline workers.

View Resource

Long Island Mutual Aid Facebook Group Facebook Group

In
Long Island
For

This group can be used as a network for those affected by COVID-19: whether you are stuck at home in need of assistance, looking for work, need childcare, etc, let’s come together and pool our resources to help one another in this time of crisis. We will have two major posts: one will be for offering services and one will be looking for aid. They need volunteers.

View Resource

Shinnecock Mutual Aid GoFundMe

In
Long Island
For

Fundraiser for the Shinnecock Nation for COVID-19 emergency response. Donations will be used for emergency food and medical supplies for those Shinnecock members facing hardship in light of the current situation. All money will be withdrawn directly to the Shinnecock Nation and will be distributed where it is needed most.

View Resource

Long Island Crisis Center (Mental Health)

In
Long Island
For

Long Island Crisis Center’s hotline remains available 24/7. If you are in crisis or need emotional support, please call LICC at (516) 679-1111

View Resource

LB Community Organizations Active in Disasters - LB COAD

In
Long Island
For

The Long Beach COAD (LB COAD) has agreed to meet and work together to address the needs of residents of Long Beach, New York in response to disasters. We will strive to assess and address the unmet needs of Long Beach, New York residents impacted by disasters through collaboration with community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, nongovernment-based organizations, government agencies and individuals to assist the community in the recovery process

View Resource

COVID-19 Response: Community Resources & Services Suffolk County, NY Crowd Sourced Google Doc

In
Long Island
For

COVID-19 Response: Community Resources & Services Suffolk County, NY Compiled by Mariana Debbe, Vice President of the Miller Place Civic Association

View Resource

Online AA Meetings During COVID-19 Crowd Sourced Google Doc

In
Long Island
For

Online AA meeting services.

View Resource

New York State Info Hub Crowd Sourced Google Doc

In
Long Island
For

a doc created to put New York state info in one place

View Resource

Youth Leadership Council emergency funds for undocumented communities (NYC)

In
Long Island
For

The NYSYLC is the first undocumented, youth-led organization in New York. We are working to raise funds to support undocumented youth and their families in New York City during the time of COVID-19. Our goal is to raise funds to provide emergency and preventative resources to those at financial risk.

View Resource

Suffolk DSA Mutual Aid Form Google Form

In
Long Island,Suffolk County
For

In response to the increasing crisis presented by Covid-19, Suffolk DSA is setting up a mutual aid network among DSA comrades, family, and people living in the county to help each other during this difficult time.

View Resource

LI Herald coverage

In
For

For latest local updates online

View Resource

NYS Unemployment Claimant Handbook

In
For

View Resource

Kanopy Movie Streaming

In
For

Thousands of Free movies Online

View Resource

Nassau County Updates

In
For

View Resource

Libby Online Library

In
For

Digital library with ebooks and audiobooks (free with a library card).

View Resource

Price Gouging Support

In
For

View Resource

Mental health hotline New York

In
For

Governor Cuomo just announced a free mental health hotline that has been set up by the state, which anyone can call to access one of the 6,175 mental health professionals who have volunteered. The hotline number is 1-844-863-9314 for anyone who may need it, or who may want to provide it to their clients, family or friends.

View Resource

Small Business Survey

In
For

View Resource

Apply for Unemployment

In
For

Apply online for unemployment in NYS.

View Resource

Donation Site for First Responders and healthcare workers

In
For

You can donate essentials monday through friday 9am - 3pm in Eisenhower Park.

View Resource

NYS Website

In
For

For NYS updates

View Resource

Guide for determining essential businesses

In
For

View Resource

Drive-Through Coronavirus Test Site Opens at Jones Beach

In
Long Island
For

The site will operate from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., by appointment only, though no doctor referral is needed. For information on how to make an appointment at the drive-through testing site, health officials say to call the New York State Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Hotline at 1-888-364-3065.

View Resource

Free drive-thru coronavirus testing site opens at Stony Brook University

In
Long Island
For

Suffolk County residents can now get free testing for COVID-19 at Stony Brook University at a drive-thru coronavirus testing facility that opened yesterday. The mobile testing site has six lanes to accommodate up to 1,000 tests per day. It will be open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Appointments are required. To make an appointment, call the State Coronavirus Hotline 24/7 at 1-888-364-3065.

View Resource

NYS Free Mental Health Hotline: 1-844-863-9314

In
Long Island
For

Governor Cuomo just announced a free mental health hotline that has been set up by the state, which anyone can call to access one of the 6,175 mental health professionals who have volunteered. The hotline number is 1-844-863-9314 for anyone who may need it, or who may want to provide it to their clients, family or friends.

View Resource

Translation Services: Vered Siegel

In
Long Island
For

My company is mobilizing our international reach to activate team members who are multilingual to volunteer to help organizations that need to translate their materials into other languages, and quickly. We send out a daily briefing with opportunities to all staff, which is over 5,000 people all over the world, mostly who are now stuck at home with no work. If you work for or with a social services organization that needs translation of your web pages, materials, or anything at all - please email me directly with the following information: Organization Name: Organization Contact: Summary of Materials Needed to Translate: Language(s) Needed: I'll amplify it. We'll get you staffed.

View Resource

Hofstra Law School CED Clinic

In
Long Island
For

Potentially able to help nonprofit and activist groups with crisis-related legal issues that come up. 516-463-5934

View Resource

East End Resilience Network Twitter Account: @EndPandemic

In
Long Island
For

East End Resilience Network has started a Twitter Account for news and information of interest to East Enders, including local, regional, national and international resources. It's at @EndPandemic. Please follow and suggest accounts to follow.

View Resource
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