Family Service League is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work (0360), Mental Health Counselors (MHC-0030), and the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse for CASAC (0921) credits. 6 Hour Critical Incident Stress Management Training – March 17, 2017 “Made To Order” Training Workshops Flyer (specialized for 5 or... Read More

Chat & Chill

January through April, FSL will host a monthly discussion group for young adults (18-30) affected by the sudden loss of a loved one at the Bridgehampton Community Center. Read More

Free Tax Return Preparation by BFCU

Throughout February and March Bethpage Federal Credit Union’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance will provide free tax returns for those with income less than $55,000 at FSL locations. Read More

Support Group for Adults Affected by Suicide

Joe’s Project provides ongoing support and information to those who have lost someone to suicide. A free support group for adults affected by suicide is now available at Family Service League’s Iovino South Shore Family Center in Bay Shore. For additional information, please contact: Catherine Albanese, LMSW Office- (631) 647-3100 EXT: 6360 Direct Line- (631)... Read More

Free Computer Literacy Classes Offered for Veterans and Low-Income Adults

FREE Computer Literacy Courses Beginner Classes: FSL’s Kornreich Computer Literacy Program is offering a FREE 40 hour Beginners Level Computer Training course for Long Island adults meeting the low income eligibility requirements.  Classes will be held from September 20th to December 15th, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Mineola Middle... Read More

“ADAM” Support Group

A free support group is being offered for anyone over 18 who is concerned about the drug and/or alcohol use of a family member or friend. The support group will be held every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. beginning September 7, 2016. The group will be held at 1235 Montauk Highway, Mastic. For more information, call Joan Stong at... Read More

Prevention Resource Center

The Prevention Resource Center is now open at the Iovino South Shore Family Center. Click here to discover the information available! Read More