September Happenings at Long Island Cares
Please note that in observance of Labor Day, all Long Island Cares locations will be closing an hour and a half early on Friday, September 2nd, and will be reopening at the regularly scheduled time on Tuesday, September 6th.
As always, AsparaGus’s Children’s Breakfast Food Trucks will be delivering healthy, grab ‘n’ go breakfast all over Long Island throughout the month! Check the schedule to find out when they’ll be near you.
The Harry Chapin Food Bank and Humanitarian Center – our Huntington Station location – has a few visitors this month!
Tuesday, 9/6 & Tuesday, 9/20 from 9:00am to 11:30am
United Healthcare Community Plan for Suffolk County
New York State sponsored Child Health Plus and Medicaid Managed Care health insurance programs at little or no cost for the entire family. It is offered by UnitedHealthcare Community Plan.
If eligible, covered services include:
- Doctor visits
- X-rays, lab and other tests
- Vision care (including eyeglasses)
- Prescription drugs
- Emergency care
- Hospital stays
- Dental care
Tuesday, 9/27 from 1:45pm to 4:00pm
Town of Huntington Senior Division-Outreach
Town of Huntington representative on-site to discuss the following 2 programs:
Adult Day Care – they provide a caring, supervised environment for the impaired, mature (60+ years) adult and promotes:
- Social Interaction with Peers
- Emotional Support
- Intellectual Stimulation
- Physical Activity
Residential Repair Program – they provide minor household repairs to seniors (60+ years) who reside in the Town of Huntington. Residents are responsible for paying for parts and supplies: only. There is no charge for labor.
Now that school is back in session, the Brentwood Mobile School Pantry will once again be distributing food to families in need in the Brentwood school district! Check the 2016-2017 schedule: English Espanol