How can it help me?
The CRD provides instant, easy access to accurate information about Long Island agencies, organizations, and programs:
- Child care for a working parent
- Individual or family counseling
- Support group for a parent under stress
- Substance abuse treatment
- Emergency housing and food services
- A speaker for your next community meeting
- Internship, community service and volunteer possibilities
- Training and education courses
- Eldercare services
- Debt counseling, bereavement and domestic violence assistance
- All the schools, faith organizations, and non-profit agencies in your community
- And much more
- Free, online, providing 24 -7 availability
- Extensive and up-to-date; information expanded and updated on a daily basis.
- User-friendly; search by organization, subject, or keyword.
- Searches can be streamlined to limit geographically and by language.
- The new Quick Search feature, which is available in addition to the Advanced-Search mode, helps the user to locate frequently searched topics quickly.
- Supports potential for greater coordination of services, planning, and needs assessment efforts.
Businesses can help their employees locate help for employees’ personal and family problems as well as education and training
: School guidance counselors, social workers, nurses and psychologists can locate resource & referral information for students and families within minutes.
: Students can access information independently and use the CRD for research and to locate volunteer and internship opportunities.
: Community-based agencies and government departments can use the CRD to support their information & referral activities—freeing staff to spend more time with clients.
: Hospitals, private practitioners and health care workers can use the CRD to assist with discharge planning and community referrals for the entire family’s needs.
information please contact:
Community Resource Database of Long Island
Loretta Piscatella - ext. 288 or
Marcellina Byrne - ext. 263
Voice: (631) 585-9393