The Office of Community Outreach of the Nassau County Department of Social Services is designed to inform the communities of Nassau County of the services that are available for our residents. The Nassau County Department of Social Services administers many social service programs established and funded at the federal, state, and local government levels.
The objective of the Office of Community Outreach is to broaden public knowledge of our programs and procedures, as well as to improve client access to benefits to which they are entitled. The importance of having this information will greatly assist residents of Nassau County. Program staff from the department are available upon request to travel throughout Nassau County to conduct presentations and informational forums on the various programs offered by the department.
Presentations of Services
Informational presentations are available for all services provided by the Nassau County Department of Social Services. Such services include:
- Adult Services
- AIDS Services
- Child Protective Services
- Child Support Enforcement
- Day Care
- Domestic Violence
- Emergency Services
- Employment for Temporary Assistance Clients
- Food Stamps
- Home Energy Assistance Program
- Housing and Homeless Prevention
- Medicaid Managed Care
- Services to Children and Families
- Temporary Assistance
- Temporary Assistance Fraud
To have a representative from the Nassau County Department of Social Services speak at your meeting or event is a very simple process. Simply decide upon the topic that best suits the interest or concerns of your group or community, then call the Office of Community Outreach at 516-227-7132 or write to the Department of Social Services, Office of Community Outreach:
60 Charles Lindbergh Blvd.
Mineola, NY 11553-3686
All speakers are provided at no charge as a service to the residents of Nassau County.