The Suffolk County Department of Health Services will be here to offer FREE shots to children who do not have health insurance coverage only.
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Arhuma is our NEW social work intern from Stony Brook University. She is bilingual (Urdu), has extensive knowledge on resources in our community and can help you with ongoing struggles regarding COVID. She can also direct you to important social services and provide referrals to: housing, unemployment help, food pantries, shelters, mental health facilities, care coordination, support groups, and finding legal assistance.
Check out one of our new Explorer S.T.E.A.M Bags! Filled with different activities, these kits will keep your little explorer busy while learning!
Request your items by calling the Library or by filling out the form on our website. When your materials are ready, we will contact you to set a pick-up appointment. Your items will be placed on a cart near the curb shortly before your scheduled pick-up time. If you are returning books or DVD’s, please place them in our book drop so they can be quarantined before handling. If you are returning items from our Library of Things please call the Library to schedule drop off of your item(s).
Register online to pick up our weekly DIY Craft Kits available for preschool – teens!
Check out a “live” list of at home resources! View different authors, illustrators, museums and more that are offering virtual experiences!