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Dear EAC Network Supporter,

EAC Network remains committed to providing essential programs and direct support services amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, while also adhering to critical measures that promote the safety and health of our clients, staff, and community at large. We continue to work with funders and leading agencies, monitor and adhere to changing guidelines and recommendations, and make adaptations as needed to ensure the continued delivery of our services during this rapidly changing situation. We are grateful to our staff, funders, and community partners, who remain committed to carrying out our mission of empowering, assisting, and caring for those in need.

Now, more than ever, we need your support to address the critical needs and growing demand for our services. By making a contribution, you can help us to deliver:

  • Meals and case management services for vulnerable senior populations 
  • Nutrition services for HIV clients
  • Adult guardianship services for incapacitated adults 
  • Multi-disciplinary team services for children who are victims of abuse
  • Care coordination for those with chronic medical conditions
  • Substance abuse services through our outpatient clinic
  • Mental health and substance clinical case management services for clients re-entering the community

Please consider making a donation today. Let’s come together and make an immediate difference in the lives of our neighbors in need!


Monthly Roundup

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Imagine Dollhouses for Children 

We'd love to thank Imagination Dollhouses for Children for our Child Advocacy Center's new custom-made dollhouse. Imagination Dollhouses for Children, a nonprofit founded in 2008, is run Josef Soper who donates his time and energy to build beautiful dollhouses for child advocacy centers around the country.

LIDRC Trains Student Peer Mediators

Student Peer Mediators, from Dodd Middle School in Freeport, were recently the 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.

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AARP Volunteers Support Food Pantry

Huge thanks to the AARP volunteers who came out to our food pantry to help sort, prepare, and pack food for clients in our food-based programs like Nutrition Education & Food Services, which supports people living with AIDS in Nassau County.

Car Seat Inspections at Mastic Ambulance 

EAC Network hosted a child car seat safety inspection event at the Mastic Ambulance Company. Thank you to State Farm’s Good Neighborhood Grant whose funding makes these events possible. This important event ensures the safety of children riding in vehicles.

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FREE Parent Support!

Have your kids at home and need some support? Schedule a video chat with EAC Network's Long Island Parenting Institute's Program Director, Kathryn Cannino today!

 #GoBlue With Us!

On April 15th, we ask that you stand with us in preventing child abuse and neglect in our communities by showing us how you #GoBlue in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month @EAC!


EAC Network is a diverse not-for-profit human service agency that empowers, assists, and cares for over 82,000 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.