COMMUNITY HISPANIC There are different organizations in our community that offer legal assistance, housing, nutrition, education, and health programs for families and people in need.

Mark Medical Care, under the leadership of Dr. Ron Mark, is proud to support the work of the following organizations located in Long Island, and the New York metropolitan area
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Sepa Mujer: The organization stands for the well-being and success of Latina immigrant women on Long Island. Their objective is to raise and unite their voices to be heard by social and political systems in the communities. Through its work, they strive to nurture and improve civic engagement by way of leadership skills and legal representation.
Contact: 631 980 2555

Hispanic Counseling Center: The organization is a multi-service agency that provides bilingual treatment and prevention services for chemical dependency, mental illness, and youth and family programs.
Contact: 516 538 2613

LILTA (Long Island Latin Teachers Association)
Long Island Latin Teachers Association is a nonprofit organization comprised of committed educators and supporters of education, who advocate for a high-quality education to increase graduation rates and higher education enrollment and completion.
Contact: 631 374 8878

LIISA: Founded in 2010 is a not-for-profit organization committed towards equality and the right to higher education for all students, regardless of immigration status. Their purpose is to educate, empower, and engage youth, educators, and the community to take action and create a stronger, more diverse leadership movement on Long Island.

Adelante of Suffolk County, Inc: This organization serves the diverse people of the communities through a broad range of programs that improve and inspire forward movement in the lives of their families, senior citizens, youth, and people of all abilities. To serve the diverse people of the communities through a broad range of programs that improve and inspire forward movement in the lives of families, senior citizens, youth, and people of all abilities.
Contact: 631 234 1049

Hempstead Hispanic: This organization offers community programs and services for the community, in housing counseling and advocacy instruction, recreational activities, leadership training for parents, and family counseling. They also provide bilingual tutoring for Hispanic primary and secondary school children.

Contact: 516 292 0007

Hispanic  Brotherhood: The Hispanic Brotherhood of Rockville Centre, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization established in 1984 by a small group of Latino residents to assist the fast-growing population of immigrants from different Spanish language cultures. The agency provides a wide range of resettlement services, an After-School Child Care and Tutorial Program, and the Hispanic Brotherhood Senior Citizen Club.
Contact: 516 766 6610

Pronto: Pronto of Long Island is a Community Outreach Center serving the most vulnerable children and families living in Brentwood, Bay Shore, Central Islip, and neighboring communities. They have a Food Pantry, Thrift Center, and Warehouse with gently used household and furniture items. They also offer programs and services to help families improve the quality of lives.
Contact: 631 231 8290

Círculo de la Hispanidad: Circulo proactively addresses issues and concerns such as economic development, education, leadership, development, health, education/services, and various other programs. They currently provide services to over 5,000 individuals and families a year.
Contact: 516 282 0145

Woodside on the Move: Woodside on the Move is a community organization dedicated to making Woodside and Western Queens a better place to live. It offers services that include personalized help with affordable housing, free legal clinics, summer camps, tutoring for children after school, English classes for adults and computers, as well as public events such as health fairs and art festivals.
Contact: 718 476 8449

Alianza Ecuatoriana Internacional: A nonprofit organization located in Queens, New York. They offer entrepreneurship, training, after-school tutoring, and activities to train the Hispanic community in different areas of work.
Contact: 718 255 1136

Voces Latinas: This organization was created in 2003, led by volunteers, and is dedicated to addressing the devastating impact of HIV among Latino women. Over the years, Voces Latinas has focused on working for the well-being of women and their families with various educational and health programs focused on reducing the HIV rate.
Contact: 718 593 4528

Elmhurst Community Partnership: The Elmhurst Community Coalition is a Program funded by the New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS). Their main objective is to work collaboratively with the community and organizations to keep children home in a safe environment, to make people in the community aware of services that are available to them, and to support the well-being of children and families.
Contact: 718 523 6868 Ext 244

Emerald Isle Immigration Center: he Emerald Isle Immigration Center (EIIC) is a not for profit entity created to exercise and protect the privileges and interests of the community; to foster a strong interest in the civic affairs of the community, to help immigrants acquire US citizenship.
Contact: 718 478 5502