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2-1-1 Long Island
2-1-1 Long Island provides Long Islanders with a comprehensive internet connection to human services on a day-to-day basis and in time of disaster. Available online, 2-1-1 Long Island provides visitors with detailed information on nearly 10,000 community resources for help and assistance in a range of areas, including:
- job training opportunities
- heating emergencies
- financial or legal counseling
- mortgage/rent assistance
- health services
- food assistance
- substance abuse
- education and training
- child or elderly care
Catastrophe Preparedness & Response
The Catastrophe Preparedness & Response provides tools to empower families, individuals and small businesses to more effectively plan their own strategies for responding to potentially catastrophic events utilizing:
- a multimedia resource collection
- an interactive web site
- education, training and networking opportunities
The Official ABMS Directory Of Board Certified Medical Specialists
Click here to view the Official ABMS Directory of Board Certified Medical Specialists.
Islip Local History/Genealogy
Our vision is to collect and preserve local history and genealogical information for the community of Islip Hamlet. We strive to make all of our historical information available and easily accessible through our Local History Room collection and digital services. The Library is actively seeking historical documents, photographs, videos, & other forms of historical media to add to our collection for preservation. If you have any historical materials of Islip Hamlet and are willing to contribute to our collection, please speak with a reference librarian. In most cases, your original documents can be returned to you.
The Islip Public Library is actively seeking historical photographs of Islip Hamlet to preserve a visual history of the community. If you can provide additional information about specific photographs, we encourage you to leave a comment on the photo page or speak with a reference librarian.
Check out our photographic collections on Flickr and Pinterest:
The Library also seeks ephemera that relate to the Islip Hamlet to add to our archival collection. Ephemera are written or printed documents originally intended to be important or useful for a short period of time. Such items might include early letters written by local residents, tickets or programs from shows or movies, greeting cards, invitations, calendars from local businesses, receipts from local businesses, other printed giveaways from stores. A donation of Hamlet ephemera that we can add to our collection would be tax deductible.
Search Ancestry For:
- Birth, Marriage & Death Records(Including Social Security Death Index)
- Census & Voter Lists
- Immigration & Travel Records
- Military Records
Live-brary Genealogy – Including Heritage Quest, Fold3 and more
American Family Immigration - Ellis Island
Long Island Genealogy
Vital Records Information for United States