Member Agencies

CYA'S of Huntington
Provides programs that cover recreational, educational, cultural enrichment, advocacy and counseling services for young people and their families.
Family Service League
Family counseling, educational, vocational, advocacy and therapeutic programs are offered to people of all ages, social and economic groups giving hope and strength to families.

Foster Grandparent Program
Connects seniors to children with special needs in daycare centers and schools throughout Huntington fulfilling the needs of both child and grandparent.

Pictured left to right: Barbara Faron, CEO, Federation of Organizations; Foster Grandparent Florence Hogan; Michael Mulé, President, Townwide Fund of Huntington; Foster Grandparent Diane Leone.
Girl Scouts
Sole mission is to help girls reach their fullest potential by offering programs and activities designed to teach girls to reach goals, improve decision making skills, appreciate diversity of others and become leaders for tomorrow’s world.
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind
Provides free of charge specially bred and trained guide dogs to the visually impaired. The Foundation also is an advocate for guaranteeing legal rights of access to all public places for a blind person and their guide dog.
Gurwin Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
Provides long term care and subacute care, adult day health care, respiratory therapy and short-term rehab, as well as assistive living and home care in a comfortable and secure environment.
Huntington Breast Cancer Action Coalition
A grassroots organization dedicated to raising awareness and educating the public on prevention and cure of breast cancer as well as helping those who are faced with a positive diagnosis.
Huntington Hospital
The community hospital provides a full range of healthcare services with an emphasis on cancer, cardiology, maternity and neonatal care and specialized surgical procedures. Huntington Hospital’s annex the Dolan Family Health Center provides healthcare on an outpatient basis to the medically indigent in the community.
Huntington YMCA
Provides the Huntington community with a diverse range of activities that include cultural arts programs, aquatic programs, summer day camp, pre-school program, sports instruction, fitness and cardiovascular programs – all intended to improve the quality of life that builds strong spirit, mind and body.

Literacy Suffolk
Recruits and trains volunteers to tutor adults in basic listening, speaking, reading and writing, as well as English as a second language, to enable them to function fully in society.
Long Island Cares – The Harry Chapin Food Bank
In addition to providing food to food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, daycare centers and senior nutrition sites, Long Island Cares sponsors programs to assist low income single heads of families and at risk young adults to gain job skills, vocational training and eventual employment. They also provide after-school programs for children.
Pederson-Krag Center
Provides supportive outpatient mental health and substance abuse services and training to children, adolescents, adults and families in a diverse community giving an opportunity to many to lead more satisfying lives.

Rainbow Chimes Child Care Center
Provides the community at large quality early childhood education and care, including infant, toddler, preschool and a much needed before and after school program.
St. Johnland Nursing Center
A skilled nursing center provides home and day health care services and social day care as well as specializing in traumatic brain injury, dementia and subacute care.
Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center
Offers programs to the community covering a wide range of activities for children which include infant day care, before and after school programs and summer day camp and programs for families and adults ranging from cultural, social and support groups and physical fitness courses. Its Diversity Program reaches out to partner with other agencies offering its services to those who have special needs.

Visiting Nurse Service & Hospice of Suffolk
Offers in-home care to housebound patients by registered nurses, occupational therapists and certified home health aides as well as now offering terminally ill patients the choice of staying in their new fully staffed in-patient hospice house to maintain a level of dignity and quality of life.



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148 East Main Street
Huntington, NY 11743
Phone: 631-629-4950
Fax: 631-629-4951

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The Townwide Fund of Huntington, Inc.

148 E. Main Street,
Huntington, NY 11743

Phone: 631-629-4950
Fax: 631-629-4951

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