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Emergency Services Emergency Police (Law Enforcement Agencies) - 911
Emergency Fire - 911
Emergency Ambulance 516-571-2672
Poison Control 1-800-222-1222

Domestic Crisis Services Emergency Services Nassau County Dept of Social Services
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence Intervention and Referrals
Drug & Alcohol Intervention Office of Drug & Alcohol Addiction (516)572-1900
Suicide and Crisis Counseling (516) 679-1111
Senior Safety Services Emergency Response System
Referrals for Suspected Child Abuse & Neglect: 1-800-342-3720
Emergency nights & weekends: (516) 573-8626

Emergency Management & Preparedness Nassau County Office of Emergency Management
The mission of Nassau County Office of Emergency Management is to maintain a high level of preparedness, to protect the citizens of Nassau County; to mitigate loss of life and vital assets prior to, during, and immediate aftermath of a disaster; and to facilitate the speedy recovery of Nassau County in the mid and long term intervals following a disaster.
Emergency Operations Center
Emergency Preparedness
Disaster Checklist
Disaster Checklist for Residents with Special Needs

Disaster Relief & Recovery Nassau County Office of Emergency Management
Emergency Social Services Emergency Social Services
The Department maintains an emergency services program that operates from 6:00pm to 8:00am weekdays. This service is available continuously on weekends and holidays. Contact: 516-573-8626 for the following services and more:
- Emergency Temporary Housing
- Medical Transporation
- Refferals for Suspected Child Abuse
- Emergency Fuel Referrals
- Referrals to Appropriate Community Agencies
- Domestic Violence Intervention and Referrals

Safety Services Emergency Response Systems
For isolated frail elderly residents in Nassau County an electronic device enables them to reach assistance 24 hours a day through a central switchboard. For information on installation, services and fees, contact: Nursing Sisters Home Visiting Service, Inc.: 683-1370 United Life Line: 364-3401 or 1-800-345-4571

Emergency Response Volunteer Corps CERT Community Emergency Response Team
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Emergency Preparedness for Disabled Persons Disaster Checklist For Special Needs Persons
Disaster Preparedness for People with Disabilities from the American Red Cross
Household Preparedness Guide issued by the New York City Office of Emergency Management