Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT)

Provides assistance on matters such as child support, visitation, child welfare and domestic violence. Click to visit their website.

Nassau County Courts

The Nassau County Courts currently remain open for business with specific emphasis on emergency and essential proceedings. For individuals who have questions about an upcoming court date, please contact the specific court where you are scheduled to appear in:

  • District Court–Criminal: 516-493-4201
  • District Court–Civil: 516-493-4113
  • County Court: 516-493-3690
  • Surrogate’s Court: 516-493-3805
  • Family Court: 516-493-3900
  • Supreme Court and Matrimonial Center: 516-493-3401
Additional information can also be found on the 10th Judicial District— Nassau County’s Court Website.

Nassau County Human Rights Commission

If you believe that you have been discriminated against because of a perceived connection between your race, national origin, or disability and the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, you can file a complaint with the New York State Division of Human Rights. Click here for more information.

2-1-1 Long Island

2-1-1 Long Island is a free, non-emergency information service that connects Long Island residents to health and human services they may need on a daily basis or during a disaster. Click here to visit their website or by dialing 2-1-1 or 1-888-774-7633.


Last updated April 13, 2020. The situation is changing rapidly. Please check back for updates.

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