Success Stories

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Achieving Better Alternatives to Incarceration with Nassau TASC

During the past five years, EAC Network’s alternatives to incarceration program, Nassau TASC (Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities), has helped more than 1,200 individuals involved in the justice system who have a substance use disorder. Through services like outpatient treatment, monitoring, and self-help groups, local residents, such as recent graduate…

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Mission Employment Successes

The narratives below highlight two young female participants, Cristina V. and Jennifer Q., who are enrolled in EAC Network’s Mission Employment program, which assists at-risk youth 18-24 towards a career path. Through determination and guidance, they both have improved the quality of their lives well as the lives of their…

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Honoring Our Veterans

Angelo is a very special client of ours. We provide him with a companion through our In-Home Respite Services program, and in exchange we have the pleasure of knowing him. He is a WWII veteran who lives with his daughter Marianne in Nassau County.

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On a Mission

Shanae had difficulty finding a job after completing two years at Nassau Community College and being a single parent to a two-year-old girl. She and her daughter live with her parents, who have helped support them. While Shanae is grateful for their help, she wanted to give her child a stable and comfortable future.

Meet Aneesah from Transitional Case Management
Meet Aneesah from Transitional Case Management

Aneesah is a member of our Transitional Case Management (TCM) program, which helps individuals in the criminal justice system in Suffolk County transition from incarceration back into society. TCM provides resources, case management, treatment, and housing referrals to our clients.