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EAC Network's Suffolk County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) recently opened a satellite location in Riverhead, filling a growing need for family-oriented social services on the East End of Long Island. This extension of our core Child Advocacy Center was born of a vision to better serve vulnerable children who are geographically isolated from quality services.


Monthly Roundup

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The Community Chest of Port Washington Extends Its Support of Senior Services

The Community Chest of Port Washington's ongoing commitment to our Senior Community Service Centers is allowing us to provide interactive spaces for aging populations across Long Island to socialize and build community through robust programs and activities.

EAC Network's Meals on Wheels in the News

Staying in touch with seniors at home is equally important as delivering life-sustaining meals to them. Many older Long Islanders have been cut off from the community during the pandemic, so EAC Network has turned to the phones to keep them connected. Click here to read Newsday's full feature story about EAC Network's Meals on Wheels program.

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Meet EAC Network's Intern Superstar: Anjali Aggarwal

EAC Network had the privilege of working with Anjali Aggarwal, a Bank of America Student Leader and valued summer intern. Anjali worked alongside our Development and Marketing team and provided valuable digital marketing insight and recommendations that allowed EAC Network to expand its reach in helping those in need. To read more, click here!

EAC Network's Carol O'Neil, LMSW Nominated as a LIBN Top 50 Woman In Business

EAC Network is pleased to announce that Carol O'Neil, LMSW, Senior Directior of Senior & Nutritional Services, has been named as a Long Island Business News Top 50 Woman in Business. Click here to read more about Carol's extraordinary commitment to helping Long Island's most vulnerable and at-risk senior populations.


EAC Network is a diverse not-for-profit human service agency that empowers, assists, and cares for over 80,000 children, families, individuals, and seniors who are in crisis across Long Island and New York City. Among those we assist are children who have been abused or who are in foster care, people struggling with addiction or mental illness, vulnerable seniors, individuals seeking gainful employment, and more. 

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