Community members Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin thought of our Child Advocacy Center (CAC) to donate tons of children’s clothes and toys. Forget the Joneses… keep up with the Benjamins!
A stable job is a pivotal part of achieving the “American Dream.” But at-risk individuals often face obstacles entering the work force. Sometimes, all they really need is a little extra help. EAC Network’s various vocational programs help local men and women to build a brighter future.
Nearly two million New Yorkers age 12 and older have substance abuse or addiction issues annually. It is a widespread problem that can disrupt the lives of many. As part of our mission to promote healthy families and communities, as well as work with those who have behavioral health issues,…
Growing older is a natural process, but how we live and how we eat can keep us healthy for many years to come. We can control our genetics by living a healthful lifestyle and consuming a diet that is rich in color and nutrient-dense foods. You may ask… what are the keys to longevity?
The “Women of West Islip,” represented by Carmela R., ran a Share the Love stuffed animal drive and donated dozens of cute and fluffy animals to our Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) to help provide comfort to child victims of abuse and neglect. Thank you, Women of West Islip!