EAC Network is proud to announce the extension of the NY Project Hope, a crisis counseling program providing COVID-19-related emotional support services. Confidential, anonymous, and FREE assistance is available to you through December 16, 2021.
EAC Network continues to reach out to leaders within the diverse communities we proudly serve to better understand their evolving needs. During Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we connected with Dr. Sana Malik, PhD., Assistant Professor at Stony Brook University’s School of Social Welfare. Our discussion included social…
From face masks to social distancing, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused many changes to daily life. But during these challenging times, New Yorkers in need have been able to count on EAC Network’s consistent service. As we approach the one-year mark since the pandemic began, the Community Re-Entry Assistance Network (CRAN), Meals on Wheels, and the rest of our innovative programs and services could benefit from your support. Join our mission to build a stronger community by contributing to our COVID-19 Response Fund.
There’s a lot to navigate during the pandemic, and that can be stressful. There are masks to wear, distance to keep, and then there is loss. And loss takes all kinds of forms. There are activities you don’t do now, friends you don’t see, and then, there are friends and family you have lost. There’s simply a lot going on right now, and feeling stressed or anxious is to be expected. According to Project Hope, the key is what you do with the stress and anxiety – how do you handle it so it doesn’t get a hold on you.