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Advocacy Tips For February

ONE Update! New York State's Eviction Moratorium ended on January 15, 2022. Although some towns have spent their allocated ERAP...
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NSLS In Our Community

Veterans Rights Project Presentation On January 12, 2022, Veterans Rights Project Paralegal, Dolores Sclafani gave a presentation with other Veterans...
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NSLS Welcomes New Team Members

New Team Members: Jacob Buckheit, Paralegal, Veteran's Rights Project, Islandia Teresa Butler, Staff Attorney, Civil Unit, Riverhead Megan Fuentes, Paralegal,...
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FCC’s new Affordable Connectivity Program

Recently Congress created the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program, a $14 billion program, which replaced the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program. This...
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Nassau Suffolk Law Services Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy and Lessons

Nassau Suffolk Law Services Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Legacy and Lessons today and every day.
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Newsday speaks to Supervising Attorney Marissa Luchs Kindler on the end of the eviction moratorium

https://www.newsday.com/business/erap-rent-relief-brookhaven-babylon-1.50475192
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OTDA ERAP portal reopened to Brookhaven and Babylon on 1/11/22

The ERAP OTDA application portal was previously closed to Towns of Brookhaven and Babylon tenants looking to apply for emergency...
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Warming Centers in Nassau January 2022

If residents see someone who may need shelter overnight, please call the Nassau County Winter Homeless Hotline 1-866-WARMBED (1-866-927-6233).The County...
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Suffolk County ERAP Webinar

On January 5, 2022, Nassau Suffolk Law Services, Family Service League, Touro Law Center and OLA of Eastern Long Island...
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LSCA Power of Attorney Presentation

On December 3, 2021, NSLS Adult Care Facility Project staff attorney Erika Verill, gave a presentation regarding the Power of...
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Potentially erroneous SSI denials being reviewed by the Social Security Administration (SSA).

Potentially erroneous SSI denials being reviewed by the Social Security Administration (SSA). The SSA published a new Emergency Message, EM-20168,...
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Consumer Judgment Interest lowered to 2%

On December 31st, 2021, Governor Kathy Hochul signed the Consumer Judgement Interest Act (S.5724A/A.6474A) to protect New Yorkers from the...
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Apply TODAY for Homeowner Assistance

The New York Homeowner Assistance Fund (NYS HAF) is now accepting applications.The New York State Homeowner Assistance Fund is a...
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January 2022 Regents Cancelled- how to get an exemption

The January 2022 administration of the High School Regents Examination Program is cancelled due to the ongoing COVID–19 pandemic, State...
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Most recent rental tenant update 1/7/22

Update! The OTDA ERAP portal is only open to residents of counties/towns who have not spent their allocated ERAP funds....
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ERAP Library Webinar for the East End on 1/5/22

Attention Long Islanders on the East End! The NYS Eviction Moratorium ends on January 15; Learn what to expect. Find...
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Suffolk Housing Unit can now help households with higher income.

Nassau Suffolk Law Services Suffolk housing unit is now able to assist tenants with household incomes up to 80% of...
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Save the Date! Homeowners can begin to apply for relief 1/3/22

Save the Date! The New York Home Owner Fund will begin to accept applications for mortgage relief starting January 3,...
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