Many of us are grappling with new changes and challenges while addressing the Coronavirus outbreak. Have your kids at home and need some support? Schedule a video chat with EAC Network’s Long Island Parenting Institute’s Program Director today!
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We’d love to thank Imagination Dollhouses for Children for our Child Advocacy Center’s new custom-made dollhouse. Imagination Dollhouses for Children is a nonprofit founded in 2008 by Josef Soper who donates his time and energy to build beautiful dollhouses for child advocacy centers around the country.
Student Peer Mediators from Dodd Middle School in Freeport were recently invited guests on a court visit in the Village of Hempstead by Hon. Joy Watson, who had previously swore them in after their completion of a 16-hour Peer Mediation Training by EAC Network’s Long Island Dispute Resolution Centers.
“My name is Thomas T. Mentoring to me is all about making a difference. When I was growing up in the 60s, the youngest of three, my brother was in Vietnam most of that time, and I really didn’t have anyone to look up to at home. I was bullied at school and wasn’t good at sports. I remember that feeling of feeling alone. This is why I believe in mentoring kids. I retired in 2013, and my kids are grown. I decided I wanted to mentor…”
The New York Islanders recently donated $4,371 to EAC Network as a part of the New York Islanders Hockey With a Heart Program, which helps bring local charities and organizations to fans directly. The game put a spotlight on the good work and mission of EAC Network while raising much needed support for our organization through a sold-out game!
The Huntington Charity Workshop, which is part of the Huntington Senior Center, recently donated tons of hand-made comfort blankets, hats, and sweaters to give to the children who come to our Child Advocacy Center. Represented by Barbara M., Coordinator of the Huntington Charity Workshop, the seniors spend countless hours all year long to create the hand-made items, which provide comfort and ease to our children during a traumatic time period of their lives.