Transportation and Computers


Serve the homeless Veterans of Suffolk County. They offer housing programs provide emergency shelter, along with transitional and permanent housing. Case management, peer support, educational assistance/job training, transportation, & two food pantries all support the Veteran to heal &reintegrate successfully back into the community.

Contact their office: (631) 924-8088 or go to their website


The brave men and women in our armed forces, who have selflessly served our country, deserve our utmost respect, honor and encouragement as they return home. Family Service League lends our help and support to service men, women and their families with counseling and economic support to aid in their reentry into civilian life. In general, we provide information and treatment for the unique mental health problems associated with Veterans, such as depression, substance abuse, and posttraumatic stress disorder. FSL also supports returning vets with programs that address practical day-to-day needs, like family/child services, housing and homelessness issues and help for senior family members.

Military Family Assistance Program provides emergency relief and financial assistance for veterans in need of one-time, non-recurring expenses.  AMAP is available to Long Island military, reservist, and National Guard personnel who actively served in Operation Enduring/Iraqi Freedom, and Operation New Dawn. Additionally, this program also aids the families of those who served. Requests are made in person through the Family Centers’ Community Advocacy Information and Resources (CAIR) program.

1444 Fifth Avenue, Bay Shore, NY 11706   (631) 647-3100
90 East Fifth Street, Huntington Station, NY 11746  (631) 425-9694
338 Blanco Drive, Mastic Beach, NY 11951   (631) 874-1323
208 Roanoke Avenue. Riverhead, NY 11901  (631) 369-0104

Computer Literacy for Veterans provides computer classes for veterans that includes structured group/individual instruction related to Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Keyboarding, and Internet applications. Computer classes are provided throughout the year and based on specific skill level – beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Roslyn location.

Roslyn High School, 475 Round Hill Road, Roslyn Heights, NY 11577  (631) 470-1441


Requirements for a free laptop from Laptops For Veterans

  1. Must be a U.S. Military veteran, active-duty or reserve service member, or immediate family member (spouse or child), and be able to provide proof of service (ex. DD-214).
  2. Not punitively discharged (bad conduct discharge or dishonorable discharge).
  3. Understand and agree that laptops are awarded based on 1) urgency of the need, and 2) length of time on the waitlist.  Laptops For Veterans reserves sole discretion to determine need based on the information you provide.  The length of time you may have to wait depends on how many donations we collect and how many other people are on the list ahead of you.  We cannot guarantee when or if you will receive your free laptop, but we do the best we can to serve as many as quickly as possible!