Inwood Senior Center
The Inwood Senior Center serves as a source of social enrichment, information and referrals, and consistent contact with peers. For seniors, it is their home away from home. Additionally, the Senior Center Program provides support and referrals in the areas of social services, housing, health, legal, SSI, food stamps and social security.

The Senior Center has responds to the need for cultural diversity by offering translation services for those newcomers who would like to communicate and learn English.
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 HIV/STI Program

hivThe HIV/STI Program realizes the importance of prevention education and early detection of HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STI). The Program is funded by the New York State Department of Health, AIDS Institute since 1996. Learn more

headstartHead Start provides services and support for children from marginal and low-income families.

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Aid to Foreign Born
foreignbornThe Aid to the Foreign Born Department provides an array of services to people who were born outside the United States and who need assistance because of language and other barriers. The Program was established in 1986 and it is funded by the Town of Hempstead.

Five Towns Community Counseling Services
drugabuseFive Towns Community Counseling Services (FTCCS) mission is to
provide the community with well-trained professional staff, abreast
of the latest research findings, to deliver cutting-edge drug and alcohol treatment modalities to meet the needs of those seeking assistance for themselves, a loved one, a family member or friend where substance abuse has interfered with employment, health, education, family, self image, relationships and life in general. Learn more

Youth Community Action Center
youthThe Youth Community Action Center (YCAC) was formed in 1967
and expanded in 1970 with the merger of the Community House
and Economic Opportunity Council. Today the center services
over 1,000 individual youth annually throughout the Five Towns area with
special interest on those youth most in need of services. YCAC utilizes
a comprehensive approach including: Before and After School services, youth leadership
skills training, Employment, Youth Advocacy, Crisis Intervention, Counseling, and
Educational Support services. In order to meet the changing needs of the
neighborhood, programs are managed and designed to target service needs of
the community. Learn more

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