Getting clear information on cross-systems issues is challenging. Get answers and helpful resources to help you better navigate multiple systems.
Use one of the many different tools available on this site to help you better understand and successfully navigate multiple systems. These tools will lead you to useful information resources and help you stay organized through your journey.
You may be worried about where you are going to live and how you are going to support yourself, among other things. There may be things you are not thinking about, but should be. This section to be better prepared for this next phase of your life.
The New York Bar Association
The Honorable Judith S. Kaye Committee on Children and the Law Scholarship
The New York Bar Foundation is pleased to announce The Honorable Judith S. Kaye Committee on Children and the Law Scholarship for 2023. The scholarship was established in 2017, through a special project of the Committee on Children and the Law of The New York State Bar Association. The scholarship, valued up to $2,500, will be awarded to enrolled students for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Families Together in NYS (Youth Power!)
Date: 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month
Time: 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Are you a young person ages 14 - 28?
Office for New Americans Ramirez June Initiative
In honor of the International Week of Deaf People, 09/19 - 09/25, the ONA Ramirez June Initiative is excited to spotlight our partner, Monu Chhetri, Founder and CEO of Deaf New American Advocacy Inc.
Thursday, September 29, 2022
This Year's Event is In-person
Please join children and families across Long Island for a collection of workshops and presentations to empower families & youth involved with behavioral health and cross-system challenges.
Location: Melville Marriott - 1350 Walt Whitman Rd, Melville, NY 11747
For Staff Who Work With Pregnant Women or People Living With Children
Under The Age of Five
We need to hear from them.
We need your help to encourage them to participate in a short survey.
SNAP News and Updates
Resource Refresher for the 2022-23 School Year
As you prepare for the school year, the following resources and strategies can help you navigate the return to standard operations, communicate with families, and improve the reach of your programs.
Have you or your family lost income recently?
You may be eligible for programs that help you get the food you need.
Get information on applying for SNAP and WIC during the COVID-19 outbreak, and learn how Hunger Solutions can help.
Community partners: For the 2.2 million people living in NYS households who struggle against hunger, COVID-19 presents unique challenges. As more schools, child care centers, and meal sites are impacted, additional families may lose access to the programs that improve their nutrition, health, and well-being. Hunger Solutions New York is working to provide updates on the operation of federal nutrition assistance programs that can help schools, community organizations, and families mitigate the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on the food security of low-income people.
Hunger Solutions works to promote and maximize participation in key federal nutrition assistance programs.