News – Page 3 – Nassau Suffolk Law Services

Update on Pandemic EBT Food Benefits

Update on Pandemic EBT Food Benefits. New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) will continue issuing the emergency benefits...
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Update for Medicaid Recipients!

Medicaid recipients be on alert! The Public Health Emergency has been extended until January 11, 2023. One of the many moratoriums...
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The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) Announces New Credit Scoring Models for Mortgages

FHFA Adopts New Credit Scoring Models for Mortgages, Benefitting Vulnerable Consumers: The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced the approval of...
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Housing Update regarding 2022 Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Benefits

The 2022-2023 Regular Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) benefit is scheduled to open on November 1, 2022. If you are eligible,...
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October 2022 Housing Updates!

OTDA is currently processing eligible ERAP applications submitted through August 31, 2022. Although some towns (such as Town of Brookhaven) have...
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Upcoming Clinics, Events, and Legal Help Resources: November 2022

Suffolk County Pro Bono Project is hosting a free legal clinic for Veterans. This event will take place on Thursday, November 3rd, 2022...
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Open Position: Full Time Staff Attorney, Reentry Unit, Islandia

OPEN POSITION: Full Time Staff Attorney, Reentry Unit, Islandia OFFICE LOCATION: Islandia OVERVIEW: For more than 50 years, Nassau Suffolk...
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Open Position: Staff Attorney, Education Disability Rights Project

POSITION AVAILABLE FULL-TIME STAFF ATTORNEY Overview:  For more than 50 years, Nassau Suffolk Law Services (NSLS) has been providing free,...
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Upcoming October Community Legal Help Project Dates

Do you need help with a legal problem? ‏‏‎ ‎ Our Community Legal Help Project will be at the Brentwood...
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Update on Pandemic EBT Food Benefits

Update on Pandemic EBT Food Benefits. New York State continues to distribute Pandemic EBT food benefits to all households with eligible...
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Updates on income that can’t be counted for Medicaid or SSI financial eligibility

Updates on income that can't be counted for Medicaid or SSI financial eligibility. ‏‏‎ ‎ Economic Impact Payments (EIP) (stimulus payments)...
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Upcoming Clinics, Events, and Legal Help Resources: October 2022

Nassau Suffolk Law Services will be at Senator John E. Brooks Golden Gathering Senior Resource Fair at both the Suffolk location (Amityville)...
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Section 8 Waiting List Open Dates!

SECTION 8 WAITING LIST OPEN DATES! The Community Development Agency of the Incorporated Village of Patchogue (see public notice) will be accepting...
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September 2022 Housing Updates!

OTDA is currently processing eligible ERAP applications submitted through August 31, 2022. Although some towns (such as Town of Brookhaven)...
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SNAP standard allowances will be adjusted effective October 1st, 2022.

The standard allowance for: heating/cooling has been adjusted from $792 to $932. Electricity utility costs not for heat/cooling has been...
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Seniors Resource Fair on 10/3 (Suffolk) and 10/6 (Nassau)

Nassau Suffolk Law Services will be at Senator John E. Brooks Golden Gathering Senior Resource Fair at both the Suffolk...
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Upcoming Free Legal Clinic for Veterans hosted by SCBA Pro Bono Project

Suffolk County Pro Bono Project is hosting a free legal clinic for Veterans on Thursday, November 3rd, 2022 from 11:00am-3:00pm....
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Open Position: Full Time Paralegals, Housing Unit, Nassau and Suffolk Counties

POSITION AVAILABLE FULL-TIME PARALEGALS OVERVIEW: For more than 50 years, Nassau Suffolk Law Services (NSLS) has been providing free, high...
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Updated Classification for Students with Disabilities

The New York State Board of Regents approved permanent amendments to sections 200.1 and 200.4 of the Regulations of the...
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New Electric and Natural Gas Bill Relief Program

Electric and Natural Gas Bill Relief Program! In the 2022-23 state budget, New York provided $250 million in funding to eliminate...
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